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rhizobia from lanzarote, the canary islands, that nodulate phaseolus vulgaris have characteristics in common with sinorhizobium meliloti isolates from mainland spain.the stable, low-molecular-weight (lmw) rna fractions of several rhizobial isolates of phaseolus vulgaris grown in the soil of lanzarote, an island of the canary islands, were identical to a less-common pattern found within sinorhizobium meliloti (assigned to group ii) obtained from nodules of alfalfa and alfalfa-related legumes grown in northern spain. the p. vulgaris isolates and the group ii lmw rna s. meliloti isolates also were distinguishable in that both had two conserved inserts of 20 and ...200919218416
ensifer meliloti bv. lancerottense establishes nitrogen-fixing symbiosis with lotus endemic to the canary islands and shows distinctive symbiotic genotypes and host range.eleven strains were isolated from root nodules of lotus endemic to the canary islands and they belonged to the genus ensifer, a genus never previously described as a symbiont of lotus. according to their 16s rrna and atpd gene sequences, two isolates represented minority genotypes that could belong to previously undescribed ensifer species, but most of the isolates were classified within the species ensifer meliloti. these isolates nodulated lotus lancerottensis, lotus corniculatus and lotus jap ...200919477097
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