rhizobium images

145 rhizobium stock photos, vectors, and illustrations are available royalty-free.

See rhizobium stock video clips
of 2

Try these curated collections

Nodules of soybean roots. Atmospheric nitrogen-fixing bacteria live inside
Rhizobia bacteria symbion in root pea and form nodule, they fixed nitrogen in air to the root pea.
Root nodules occur on the roots of plants (legume) that associate with symbiotic nitrogen-fixing bacteria. Within legume nodules, nitrogen gas is converted into ammonia.
Bacteria in noduled root fixed nitrogen in air to nutriant in root tissue for plant.
Bacteria in noduled root fixed nitrogen in air to nutriant in root tissue for plant.
Bacteria in noduled root fixed nitrogen in air to nutriant in root tissue for plant.
Rhizobium fungus microscope picture
Root bacteria nodules in a bean root under the microscope.
Nodules of soybean. Atmospheric nitrogen-fixing bacteria live inside
Root knot
Symbiotic bacteria form a nodule in root pea. .
Bacteria in noduled root fixed nitrogen in air to nutriant in root tissue for plant.
Rhizobia bacteria symbion in root pea and form nodule, they fixed nitrogen in air to the root pea.
Nodules of soybean. Atmospheric nitrogen-fixing bacteria live inside.  One nodule cut and visible inside.
Rhizobium bacteria nodules growing on luscern roots.
Rhizobium on the roots
Roots of Vicia faba (Broad bean) showing nodules with nitrogen fixing bacteria from the genus Rhizobium
Rhizobium fixation in root pea.
Rhizobium bacteria. Nodules formed on the roots of soybean plants are referred to as 'determinate' nodules. 
Rhizobium on the roots
Small seedlings of lupin flower. New life
A rhizobium fungus that coexists with the roots of beans.
Roots with root modules from legume plant.
Rhizobium on the roots close up
Nodules of soybean. Atmospheric nitrogen-fixing bacteria live inside
Blue color of anthocyanin in butterfly pea piles natural acid and base indicator Clitoria ternatea L. , Rhizobium leguminosarum at root . Mendel genetic
rhizobium soybean root with unattached nodule_darkfield - cross section cut under the microscope – microscopic view of plant cells for botanic education
Bacteria in noduled root fixed nitrogen in air to nutriant in root tissue for plant.
Cross section of a soybean (Glycine max) root showing developing root nodule.  Magnification 40x
Nodules may form on the soybean roots. With this symbiotic relationship between the bacteria and the soybean plant, nitrogen gas is fixed into a plant-available nitrogen form atmosphere.
closeup view of soybean roots in field showing root nodules that contain rhizobium bacteria
Root of Fava Bean, in evidence rhizobium and flowers.
Root bacteria nodules in a bean root under the microscope.
Bean root with nitrogen nodule   The actual root is the small bundle of red vascular elements near the bottom.   Magnification 40x
3D line drawing of a biological molecule. Sensory mechanism of oxygen sensor FixL from Rhizobium meliloti: crystallographic, mutagenesis and resonance Raman spectroscopic studies
Root nodules occur on the roots of plants (legume) that associate with symbiotic nitrogen-fixing bacteria. Within legume nodules, nitrogen gas is converted into ammonia.
Blue color of anthocyanin in butterfly pea piles for sale in fresh market, natural acid and base indicator Clitoria ternatea L. , Rhizobium leguminosarum at root . Mendel genetic
rhizobium bacteria in soil on the culture dish
Cross-section of nodule from soybean root. Atmospheric nitrogen-fixing bacteria live inside.
Rhizobia bacteria symbion in root pea and form nodule, they fixed nitrogen in air to the root pea.
soybean plant. nitrogen cycle on the roots of plants. Agriculture. Austria
Rhizobia are diazotrophic bacteria that fix nitrogen after becoming established inside the root nodules of legumes.
Rhizobia bacteria symbion in root pea and form nodule, they fixed nitrogen in air to the root pea.
Cross section micrograph of a soybean (Glycine max) root showing developing root nodule.  Magnification 100x
Bacteria in noduled root fixed nitrogen in air to nutriant in root tissue for plant.
Some virus or bacteria infect in root tissue and make a nodule in root plants.
Nodules on the bean roots. Atmospheric nitrogen-fixing bacteria live inside
Nodules on the bean roots. Atmospheric nitrogen-fixing bacteria live inside
Nodules on the bean roots. Atmospheric nitrogen-fixing bacteria live inside
Nodules on the bean roots. Atmospheric nitrogen-fixing bacteria live inside
root nodules of leguminous plants 3d illustration
root nodules of leguminous plants 3d illustration
root nodules of leguminous plants 3d illustration
root nodules of leguminous plants 3d illustration
root nodules of leguminous plants 3d illustration
Clitoria ternatea L. , butterfly pea , anthocyanin blue indicator on natural , Rhizobium leguminosarum at root . Mendel genetic
plant pot root nodules 3d illustration

Search for "rhizobium" in these categories

Symbiotic bacteria form a nodule in root pea. .
Rhizobium on the roots
Root nodules on the roots of plant. Primarily legumes, that form a symbiosis with nitrogen-fixing bacteria. Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum graecum) roots isolated on white.
Root nodules on the roots of plant. Primarily legumes, that form a symbiosis with nitrogen-fixing bacteria. Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum graecum) roots isolated.
Close up Blue color of anthocyanin in butterfly pea piles for sale in fresh market, natural acid and base indicator Clitoria ternatea L. , Rhizobium leguminosarum at root . Mendel genetic
Blue color of anthocyanin in butterfly pea piles for sale in fresh market, natural acid and base indicator Clitoria ternatea L. , Rhizobium leguminosarum at root . Mendel genetic
Blue color of anthocyanin in butterfly pea piles natural acid and base indicator Clitoria ternatea L. , Rhizobium leguminosarum at root . Mendel genetic
Clitoria ternatea L. , butterfly pea , anthocyanin blue indicator on natural , Rhizobium leguminosarum at root . Mendel genetic
Rhizobia bacteria symbion in root pea and form nodule, they fixed nitrogen in air to the root pea.
Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum graecum) roots isolated. Root nodules on the roots of plant. Primarily legumes, that form a symbiosis with nitrogen fixing bacteria.
Blue color of anthocyanin in butterfly pea piles for sale in fresh market, natural acid and base indicator Clitoria ternatea L. , Rhizobium leguminosarum at root . Mendel genetic
SEM micrograph of cluster of Escherichia coli bacteria
SEM micrograph of cluster of Escherichia coli bacteria
SEM micrograph of cluster of Escherichia coli bacteria
Escherichia is a genus of Gram negative, non spore forming
Escherichia is a genus of Gram negative, non spore forming
Escherichia is a genus of Gram negative, non spore forming
Escherichia is a genus of Gram negative, non spore forming
Nodules in legume roots
Root nodules on the roots of plant. Primarily legumes, that form a symbiosis with nitrogen-fixing bacteria. Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum graecum) roots isolated.
Some virus or bacteria infect in root tissue and make a nodule in root plants.
Spring sprouts growing from cultivated soil
Blue color of anthocyanin in butterfly pea piles for sale in fresh market, natural acid and base indicator Clitoria ternatea L. , Rhizobium leguminosarum at root . Mendel genetic
Blue color of anthocyanin in butterfly pea piles for sale in fresh market, natural acid and base indicator Clitoria ternatea L. , Rhizobium leguminosarum at root . Mendel genetic
Blue color of anthocyanin in butterfly pea piles for sale in fresh market, natural acid and base indicator Clitoria ternatea L. , Rhizobium leguminosarum at root . Mendel genetic
Blue color of anthocyanin in butterfly pea piles for sale in fresh market, natural acid and base indicator Clitoria ternatea L. , Rhizobium leguminosarum at root . Mendel genetic
Blue color of anthocyanin in butterfly pea piles for sale in fresh market, natural acid and base indicator Clitoria ternatea L. , Rhizobium leguminosarum at root . Mendel genetic
Blue color of anthocyanin in butterfly pea piles for sale in fresh market, natural acid and base indicator Clitoria ternatea L. , Rhizobium leguminosarum at root . Mendel genetic
Bacteria in noduled root fixed nitrogen in air to nutriant in root tissue for plant.
Nodules of soybean. Atmospheric nitrogen-fixing bacteria live inside.  One nodule broken and visible inside.
Root nodules on the roots of plant. Primarily legumes, that form a symbiosis with nitrogen-fixing bacteria. Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum graecum) roots isolated.
Blue color of anthocyanin butterfly pea natural acid and base indicator Clitoria ternatea L. , Rhizobium leguminosarum at root . Mendel genetic
Rhizobia bacteria symbion in root pea and form nodule, they fixed nitrogen in air to the root pea.
Root bacteria nodules in a bean root under the microscope.
Root bacteria nodules in a bean root under the microscope.
Root plant isolated on white background
Rhizobium on root of peanut.
Trifolium incarnatum with elongated dark crimson flowers
organic fertilizers types, composition.Vector. Infographics
green leaves of Stylosanthes hamata, a type of hay for feeding cattle at farming system.
green leaves of Stylosanthes hamata, a type of hay for feeding cattle at farming system.
Bacteria in noduled root fixed nitrogen in air to nutriant in root tissue for plant.
Bacteria in noduled root fixed nitrogen in air to nutriant in root tissue for plant.
of 2