Acacia mangium, a leguminous tree, which can survive in infertile soil because its symbiotic ability with nitrogen-fixing bacteria. Acacia tree has many purposes, such as fuel-wood, timber, wind protection and livestock fodder. Moreover, the leguminous trees in dry tropical areas form thick-leaved branches, which spread widely and give good shade over the crop yard to be protective from strong sunlight. There are few reports concerning leguminous tree and their symbiont. The symbiotic performance between Acacia mangium and its nodulating bacteria were analyzed.
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