Definitions

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  • n. The presence of nodules
  • n. The process that forms nodules

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The state of being nodulated; also, the process of becoming nodulated.

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Examples

  • We think that heavy nodulation occurs most frequently in infertile or sandy soils.

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  • Most soils possess enough Frankia to support nodulation.

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  • A preliminary survey on nodulation and VA mycorrhiza in legume roots.

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  • The Leguminosae: a source book of characteristics, uses, and nodulation.

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  • In vitro studies have confirmed the nodulation of P. cineraria with Rhizobium.

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  • Prosopis glandulosa and the nitrogen balance of rangelands: extent and occurrence of nodulation.

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  • With their rapid growth and prolific nodulation, all erythrinas are a good source of organic matter for green manure.

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  • The Leguminosae: a source book of characteristics, uses and nodulation.

    Chapter 10

  • They also showed that vesicular-arbuscular (VA) mycorrhizal infection occurs in acid tropical soils and that nodulation rates increase when mycorrhizae have infected the root.

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  • The leguminosae: a source book of characteristics, uses and nodulation.

    Chapter 8

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