What Are the Relationships between the Rhizobium Bacteria and the Legumes?

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Rhizobium bacteria are a nitrogen fixing bacteria for the soil. Rhizobium helps fix nitrogen that is used up by legumes in the soil as legumes harbor rhizobium in their root nodules.
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It is Mutualistic relationship OR mutualism . Mutualism is a type of Symbiosis ( Living together ) in which both the organisms ( Participants in the relationship ) derive the benefit
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