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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of nodulate.
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- 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.
Revegetation of acidic residues from bauxite mining using nodulated and mycorrhizal legume trees.
Pigeonpea is nodulated with Rhizabium of the cowpea type and is an effective green manure crop.
A single rhizobia strain that effectively nodulated
Well nodulated legumes will have nodules on the tap root.
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).
In countries where gliricidia is native or naturalized, it is often well nodulated by local bacteria.
Acacia koa is nodulated by the slow-growing Bradyrhizobium spp. common in tropical soils.
The effect of a new growth biostimulant on acetylene reduction in nodulated seedlings of Alnus acuminata.
In most countries where leucaena is native or naturalized, it is nodulated well by native bacteria.