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Rhizobium strains are characterized by a specific range of hosts which can be infected. g. rhizobia from the cowpea group). Usually rhizobia enter the plant through deformed root hairs. e. cell wall and membrane material of plant origin. The bacteria are suggested to produce growth hormones which stimulates local multiplication of cortex cells. The infection process continues in cells located in lower layers of the cortex (Fig. 32). Subsequently a root primordium is induced inside the pericycle.
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