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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of nodulate.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Having nodules or occurring in the form of nodules.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having nodules; nodose.

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  • adj. having nodules or occurring in the form of nodules


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  • Dig up some soil containing well-nodulated roots from under several of these trees and place this fresh material in the pots where seeds are planted.

    Chapter 5

  • Revegetation of acidic residues from bauxite mining using nodulated and mycorrhizal legume trees.

    Chapter 10

  • Pigeonpea is nodulated with Rhizabium of the cowpea type and is an effective green manure crop.

    Chapter 10

  • A single rhizobia strain that effectively nodulated

    Chapter 10

  • Well nodulated legumes will have nodules on the tap root.

    6: Soil health and plant nutrition

  • RHIZOBIA: A. auriculiformis is a promiscuous host nodulated by a wide range of Rhizobium strains and has a good chance of being nodulated in soils with low Rhizobium populations (Roughley, 1987).

    Chapter 8

  • In countries where gliricidia is native or naturalized, it is often well nodulated by local bacteria.

    Chapter 8

  • Acacia koa is nodulated by the slow-growing Bradyrhizobium spp. common in tropical soils.

    Chapter 2

  • The effect of a new growth biostimulant on acetylene reduction in nodulated seedlings of Alnus acuminata.

    Chapter 4

  • In most countries where leucaena is native or naturalized, it is nodulated well by native bacteria.

    Chapter 6


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