Name the organism included in symbiotic nitrogen fixation, Biology

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Name the organism included in symbiotic nitrogen fixation. What are the components needed for this pure? Determine their role.

Differentiate among inbreeding and heterosis. The outcome of which one is superior in performance and why?

 


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