nitrogen fixing bacteria
these bacteria are present root nodules of leguminous plant.
Leguminous plants have the ability to enter into symbiosis with nitrogen-fixing bacteria (collectively called Rhizobia) to form the root nodule.
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In legumes and a few other plants, the bacteria live in small growths on the roots called nodules. Within these nodules, nitrogen fixation is done by the bacteria, and the NH3 they produce is absorbed by the plant. Nitrogen fixation by legumes is a partnership between a bacterium and a plant.
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They contain symbiotic rhizobia bacteria within nodules in their root systems, producing nitrogen compounds that help the plant to grow and compete with other plants. When the plant dies, the fixed nitrogen is released, making it available to other plants; this helps to fertilize the soil.
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Leguminous plants have the ability to enter into symbiosis with nitrogen-fixing bacteria (collectively called rhizobia) to form the root nodule.
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