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Rhizobia symbiosis of seven leguminous species growing along Xindian riverbank of Northern Taiwan

Cheng-Tai Huang, Chi-Te Liu and Wen-Yuan Kao

Published on: 04 January 2018

DOI: 10.6165/tai.2018.63.7

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2018 vol.63 no.1 pp.7-15

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