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Fig. 1 | BMC Microbiology

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From: Genomic insights into plant growth promoting rhizobia capable of enhancing soybean germination under drought stress

Fig. 1

Geographical location of Bambara groundnut rhizospheric soil used for rhizobial species isolation. To the left, the upper sketch represents a map of South Africa showing North-West Province (red sketch) and below is a map of North-West Province accommodating a map of Mahikeng (the light-yellow region) which encompasses Ngaka Modiri Molema district (the green spot) the site of North-West University where Bambara groundnut rhizospheric soil was collected for bacterial isolation. To the right, is a sketch showing Bambara groundnut rhizospheric soil sample collection site

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