The function of leg haemoglobin in the root nodules of legumes is:

The Function Of Leg Haemoglobin In The Root Nodules Of Biology Question

The function of leg haemoglobin in the root nodules of legumes is:

Options

(a) inhibition of nitrogenase activity
(b) oxygen removal
(c) nodule differentiation
(d) expression of nif gene

Correct Answer:

oxygen removal

Explanation:

Leghaemoglobin is the haemoglonin like red pigments found in root nodules of legumes and reported to function as an oxygen-carrying pigment in symbiotic nitrogen fixation.

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Difficulty Level: Easy (1013)
Topics: Plant Physiology (28)
Subject: Biology (4113)

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