Journal of Botany

Journal of Botany / 2015 / Article / Fig 2

Research Article

Production and Metabolism of Indole Acetic Acid in Root Nodules and Symbiont (Rhizobium undicola) Isolated from Root Nodule of Aquatic Medicinal Legume Neptunia oleracea Lour.

Figure 2

(a) Growth curve with IAA production. (b) Effect of different concentration of L-tryptophan (in %). (c) Effect of different concentration of mannitol (in %). (d) Effect of different concentration of ammonium sulphate (in %). The bacteria were grown in yeast extract mineral medium for 24 h at °C. -axis bar shows standard error.
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