Leguminous plants are important in agriculture because(1) They are disease resistant(2) They have high amount of proteins(3) They require less amount of nitrogen for growth(4) Nitrogen-fixing bacteria are symbiotically associated in them

The correct answer is (4) Nitrogen-fixing bacteria are symbiotically associated with them

Those plant that fixes atmospheric nitrogen to the soil is called leguminous plant.
Uses
  • For agriculture, legume plants are important, as they are an essential source of protein for human and animal consumption.
  • This high protein content results from their ability to use atmospheric nitrogen for their nutrition as a result of their symbiotic interaction with rhizobia.

Example

 Examples of leguminous plants are Pea, Soya bean, Clover, Lupine, alfalfa etc.
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