Solubilization of inorganic phosphates and growth emergence of wheat as affected by Azotobacter
Effect of phosphate-solubilizing strains of Azotobacter
chroococcum on yield traits and their survival in the rhizosphere of wheat genotypes under field conditions.
3]:non-irrigation at start of grain filling stage (light stress), and sub plots were four levels of seed inoculations with biofertilizers (no inoculation, VA mycorrhiza fungus, Azotobacter
and coinoculation with mycorrhiza fungus plus with Azotobacter
from mangrove habitat and their utility az marine biofertilizers.
Table 6: Results of ANOVA (significance) and comparison of mean effects of year, nitrogen fertilizer and Azotobacter
chroococcum on agronomic nitrogen use efficiency (ANUE), nitrogen recovery efficiency (NRE) and physiological nitrogen use efficiency (PNUE).
The treatments were different strains of Azotobacter
(strains 5, 9, 12, 30) and comparing them to control (without using bacteria).
Number of pods and number of seed per plant and grain yield increased with applied Azotobacter
+ Azospirillum + Pseudomonas + Mesorhizobium .
The PSM used in this study were: mixture of three phosphate solubilizing bacteria (PSB) including Azotobacter
chrocooccum strain 5, Pseudomonas fluorescens 187 and Pseudomonas fluorescens 36, 2mixture of arbuscular mycorrizal fungi (AMF) including Glomus mossea and Glomus intraradices, 3-mixture of PSB and AMF, and 4-control.
Yield of upland chickpea affected by biosulfur, Azotobacter
The study of efficiency of azotobacter
and Mycorrhiza in wheat, ph.
vinelandii, biological nitrogen fixation is catalyzed by nitrogenase complex, which is composed of the nitrogenase dehydrogenase (NifH, 289aa) and nitrogenase (NifDK, 492aa and 523aa respectively).
The spectroscopic methods were used for studying Azotobacter
vinelandii--a genus of free-living diazotrophic soil bacteria.