The function of leghaemoglobin is

(a) to provide oxygen to leg muscles of nitrogen-fixing
(b) to protect oxygen-sensitive enzymes of nitrogen fixing bacteria in the root nodules of legumes
(c) to walk to the sites where oxygen is required
(d) to function when haemoglobin is not available.

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