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All legumes used in agriculture can use atmospheric nitrogen after it is ‘fixed’ inside nodules on their roots by a soil bacterium, Rhizobium. The rhizobia receive growth substances from the legume, and the legume receives nitrogen compounds for its growth from the rhizobia. That is, the rhizobia and the legume plant live together in a symbiotic or mutually beneficial relationship.
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