Erratum: Evidence that associated soil bacteria may influence root hair infection of actinorhizal plants by Frankia

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  • 1374 C A N . J. MICROBIOL. VOL. 26. 1980

    Erratum: Evidence that associated soil bacteria may influence root hair infection of actinorhizal plants by Frankial

    SUSAN KNOWLTON, ALISON BERRY, A N D JOHN G . TORREY Cabot For,ndotion, Hnru~rrl Uniuersity, Petersi~atn, MA, U.S.A. 01366

    (Ref. Can. J . Microbiol. 26: 971-977. 1980.)

    In Table 2 on page 975, the last two culture conditions listed in series B should read "PC85" and "PC85 plus ArI3" and culture condition "PC104"" should read "PC 104"."

    'Received at NRCC August 15, 1980

    Erratum: N, fixation in the rhizosphere of Thalassia testudinuml

    DOUGLAS G . CAPONE A N D BARRIE F. TAYLOR Diuisiot~ of Biology a t ~ d Liuing Resources, Rosenstiel Scllool of Marine and Atn~ospheric Sciet~ce, Uniuersity of Mintni, 4600

    Rickenbacker Caltseway, Miami, FL., U.S.A. 33149

    (Ref. Can. J . Microbiol. 26: 998-1005. 1980.)

    On page 1001, the last sentence should read "The study extended over several days but the environ- mental conditions, i.e., light and temperature regimes, were similar on each day and the rates of C,H, production varied with the time of day ."

    'Received at NRCC August 15, 1980.

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