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|Title: ||Kowhai (Sophora species) and other nitrogen-fixing plants of New Zealand|
|Author: ||Thomas, Michael B.|
Spurway, Mervyn I.
|Date: ||2002 |
|Publisher: ||The International Plant Propagators' Society|
|Citation: ||Thomas, M. B., & Spurway, M. I. (2002). Kowhai (Sophora species) and other nitrogen-fixing plants of New Zealand. In The International Plant Propagators' Society Combined Proceedings, 51, 2001. (pp. 94-97). The International Plant Propagators' Society.|
|Item Type: ||Journal Article|
|Abstract: ||New Zealand has a range of trees and shrubs which are able to fix nitrogen from the
atmosphere through root nodules. They consist of legumes and some N-fixing nonlegumes
known as actinorhizal plants. The objective of this paper is to review the
species involved (particularly Sophora species), and discuss any implications for
|Persistent URL (URI): ||http://hdl.handle.net/10182/2710|
|Appears in Collections:||Department of Agricultural Sciences|
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