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Evolution of Nodulation 3. Where are nodulated legumes going? Root nodules that occur on non-legume genera like Parasponia in association with Rhizobium bacteria, and those that arise from symbiotic interactions with Actinobacteria Frankia in some plant genera such as Alnus , vary significantly from those formed in the legume-rhizobia symbiosis. In these symbioses the bacteria are never released from the infection thread. Frankia nodulates approximately two hundred species in the following orders families in parentheses : Cucurbitales Coriariaceae and Datiscaceae , Fagales Betulaceae , Casuarinaceae , and Myricaceae , Rosales Rhamnaceae , Elaeagnaceae and Rosaceae.
Some fungi produce nodular structures known as tuberculate ectomycorrhizae on the roots of their plant hosts. Suillus tomentosus , for example, produces these structures with its plant host lodgepole pine Pinus contorta var. These structures have in turn been shown to host nitrogen fixing bacteria which contribute a significant amount of nitrogen and allow the pines to colonize nutrient-poor sites.
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