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Abstract

When sporulation was induced in batch cultures of N-fixing , either by adding calcium acetate or by increasing the pH, inactivation of glutamate synthase, partial inactivation of nitrogenase and excretion of NH were observed. Glutamine synthetase activity remained unchanged during sporulation.

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