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Biological nitrogen fixation in legumes

Iantcheva, Anelia; Naydenova, Galina


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  "description": "<p>In nature, biological nitrogen fixation (BNF) provides most of the reactive nitrogen that is required for protein formation and plant growth. Legumes host BNF, so understanding BNF provides a foundation for many decisions made in legume cropping.This practice note from AgroBioInstitute in Bulgaria explains the process of&nbsp; nitrogen fixation and incudes the key practice points. It was elaborated in eh framework of the Legumes Translated project.&nbsp;</p>", 
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      "name": "Iantcheva, Anelia"
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  "headline": "Biological nitrogen fixation in legumes", 
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  "datePublished": "2020-06-24", 
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