than a century that some nitro . of nitrogen fixation or of bacterial mol-. ecules that act as plant growth hormones.
than a century that some nitro-. gen-fixing endophytic bac-. The process of biological nitrogen fixation is restricted to a small number of prokaryotic organisms and the majority of the world's crop plants depend on chemical fertilizers to achieve optimum yields. Need this always be the case or have recent advances in the genetic analysis of nitrogen fixation made the construction of nitrogen-fixing plants a realistic goal?
A Century Of Nitrogen.
A Century Of Nitrogen.
Present Status and Future Prospects. Bergersen, Fraser John was born on May 26, 1929 in Hamilton, New Zealand. Son of Victor Emmanuel and Arabel Huntley (Young) Bergersen. Proceedings of a Royal Society Discussion Meeting held on 22 and 23 October 1986. Bachelor of Science, U. Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, 1951; Master of Science, U. Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, 1953; Doctor of Science, U. New Zealand, 1962.
Bockman O C 1997 Fertilizers and biological nitrogen fixation as sources of plant nutrients: perspectives for future agriculture. Ladha J K and Reddy P M 1995 Extension of nitrogen fixation to rice-necessity and possibilities. Geojournal 35, 363–372. Plant Soil 194, 81–98. Boddey R M, de Oliveira O C, Urquiaga S, Reis V M, Olivares F L, Baldani V L D and Döbereiner J 1995 Biological nitrogen fixation associated with sugar cane and rice: contributions and prospects for improvement. Plant Soil 174, 195–209. Ladha J K and Reddy P M (Ed.
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The fixation of nitrogen-the conversion of atmospheric nitrogen to a form that plants can use-is fundamental .
The fixation of nitrogen-the conversion of atmospheric nitrogen to a form that plants can use-is fundamental to the productivity of the biosphere and therefore to the ability of the expanding human population to feed itself. Journal of Environmental Quality.
Since various species are used for production of human food, their biomass can be considered for feed applications and so biomass compositional characteristics as well as aspects related to culture in bioreactor are also provided.
Fundamentals of Nitrogen Fixation.
This book describes what we have learned over the years about biological nitrogen fixation, its chemistry, and how it is applied in agriculture.