Lotus japonicus


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Concept Info

NAME

Lotus japonicus

DESCRIPTION

Lotus japonicus is a self-fertilzing plant in the legume family (Fabaceae) with a rapid life cycle, that serves as a model organism for the study of bacterial symbiosis for nitrogen fixation.

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