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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of nodulate.


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  • It nodulates profusely, producing mostly white nodules.

    28 additional technical notes about tropical agriculture

  • Faidherbia albida nodulates with Bradyrhizobium bacteria, common in tropical soils, and has VA mycorrhizal associations.

    Chapter 10

  • The tree nodulates with certain strains of Rhizobium (Roughley in Turnbull 1987).

    Chapter 14

  • It nodulates heavily in a variety of soils, suggesting it is effective with a wide variety of Bradyrhizobia strains.

    Chapter 2

  • E. poeppigiana nodulates abundantly with nitrogen fixing bacteria of genus Bradyrhizobium; peak values exceeding 1,000 kg/ha of nodules were reported for unpruned cacao shade trees, but during the driest season nodulation dropped to nil (Escalante et al. 1984).

    Chapter 36

  • It is a useful species for soil enrichment because it nodulates readily and prolifically in both acid and alkaline soils.

    Chapter 8

  • Faidherbia albida nodulates with Bradvrhizobium bacteria common in tropical soils, and has VA mycorrhizal associations.

    Chapter 33

  • A. tortilis nodulates frequently over its natural range.

    Chapter 17

  • The tree nodulates profusely, coppices, and responds to silvicultural manipulation.

    Chapter 4


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