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MUBARIK, NISA RACHMANIA

  • Vol 14, No 3 (2007): September 2007 - Articles
    Utilization of Root-Colonizing Bacteria to Protect Hot-Pepper Against Tobacco Mosaic Tobamovirus
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  • Vol 14, No 1 (2007): March 2007 - Articles
    Extracellular Protease Activity of Enteropathogenic Escherechia coli on Mucin Substrate
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  • Vol 16, No 4 (2009): December 2009 - Articles

    Land with low pH soil spread widely in Indonesia can be used for soybean (Glycine max) cultivation, although the production is low. The use of acid tolerant soybean and acid-Al tolerant nitrogen-fixing bacteria was an alternative way to increase soybean productivity on acid soils. This research was conducted to study the influence of acid-Al tolerant Bradyrhizobium  japonicum  on growth of Slamet cultivar soybean planted on acid soils in greenhouse. Three strains of acid-Al tolerant B. japonicum, i.e. BJ 11 (19), BJ 11 (5), and BJ 11 (wt), were used in this experiment. The result showed that inoculation of all acid-Al tolerant B. japonicum strains could increase plant height, shoot and root weight, number of flowers, pods, seeds, seeds dry weight, and shoot and seed nitrogen content.

     

                    Key words: Bradyhizobium japonicum, acid-aluminium tolerant, soybean, Slamet cultivar
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