Bradyrhizobium (family Rhizobiaceae) A genus of Gram-negative bacteria that was formerly included as ‘slowgrowing’ strains in the genus Rhizobium. Some species induce the formation of root nodules in certain legumes (Leguminosae), particularly tropical legumes.
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