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    En Tao Wang, Chang Fu Tian, Wen Feng Chen, J. Peter W. Young, Wen Xin Chen.
    Summary: This book reviews the history and development of rhizobial ecology (diversity, function and interactions with the biotic and abiotic environments), evolution (genome diversification, systematics of symbiotic genes) and application. Further, it describes the new concept of rhizobia, the latest systematic methods, biogeographic study methods, and genomic studies to identify the interactions between rhizobia, legumes and environments. To enable readers to gain a comprehensive understanding of rhizobial biogeography, the book provides effective protocols for the selection and application of high-efficiency rhizobial inoculants. In addition, it presents standard and modern methods used in studies on rhizobial ecology and evolution in dedicated appendices, making it a unique and valuable handbook for researchers.

    Chapter 1. Symbiosis between rhizobia and legumes
    Chapter 2. History of rhizobial taxonomy
    Chapter 3. Current Systematics of rhizobia
    Chapter 4. Genomics and evolution of rhizobia
    Chapter 5. Symbiosis genes: diversity and organization
    Chapter 6. Evolution of symbiosis genes: Vertical and horizontal gene transfer
    Chapter 7. Diversity of interactions between rhizobia and legumes
    Chapter 8. Geographical distribution of rhizobia
    Chapter 9. Environmental determinants of biogeography of rhizobia
    Chapter 10. Effects of host plants on biogeography of rhizobia
    Chapter 11. Rhizobial genomics and biogeography
    Chapter 12. Current status of rhizobial inoculants
    Chapter 13. Screening for effective rhizobia
    Chapter 14. Usage of rhizobial inoculants in agriculture
    Chapter 15. Rhizobial activity beyond nitrogen fixation
    Chapter 16. Working on the taxonomy, biodiversity, ecology and evolution of rhizobia
    Digital Access Springer 2019