Pseudomonas fluorescens

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Pseu·do·mo·nas flu·o·res·'cens

a bacterial species found in soil and water; it is frequently found in clinical specimens and is commonly associated with food spoilage (eggs, cured meats, fish, and milk).
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Many researchers reported effect of P. fluorescens inoculation on t root dry weight of the spring wheat (Hassan and Bano, 2015; Walley and Germida, 1997).
As an effective biocontrol agent, P. fluorescens has been studied extensively for plant disease in the rhizosphere for producing antibiotics such as phenazine-1-carboxylicacid (PCA) and 2,4-diacetylphloroglucinol (DAPG) [22, 23], producing volatile compounds [24, 25], excreting siderophore to compete with iron [26], competing for nutrients and space sites [27] and inducing systemic resistance [28, 29].
difficile appeared to clear faster and more completely than either microspheres or P. fluorescens in the FOM toilet, and was not detected after the 12th flush.
In bacterial bioagents P. fluorescens (RP- 46) inhibited to the extent of 50.28 per cent.
These microcosms can be incubated statically to produce a heterogeneous environment with spatial structure and, in these, P. fluorescens SBW25 populations rapidly diversify over 3-10 days and accumulate mutants such as the Wrinkly Spreader.
Tripticase in soy broth (TSB; Himedia, Mumbai, India) was used for P. fluorescens counting: each milk sample (2.5mL) was pre-incubated (21[degrees]C; 18h) in media (5mL).
no Pseudomonas fluorescens (SM0), with ACC-deaminase P. fluorescens (SM1) and with phosphate-solubilizing, ACC-deaminase P.
Six strains of P. fluorescens generated siderophore when 5, 50 and 100 mMol FeCl3 was in their environment and after 48 hours at 25[degrees]C could inhibit 100% growth of Fom.
Pseudomonas fluorescens CHA and P. fluorescens bioIII (21p) were more effective in reducing take-all than the other isolates tested, and seed inoculation with Pseudomonas fluorescens bioIII (21P) sinificantly promoted root fresh, and shoot dry weight.
Em condicoes de campo, Khan & Doohan (2009) demonstraram a capacidade de duas cepas de P. fluorescens (MKB 158 e MKB 249) e de P frederiksbergensis (MKB 202) na reducao da contaminacao de graos de trigo por desoxinivalenol (DON), micotoxina produzida sobremaneira por Fusarium graminearum; os autores verificaram diminuicao de 12 e 21% de DON em plantas borrifadas com suspensao de P frederiksbergensis (24 h pre-inoculacao do patogeno) e 74-78% com o uso das duas cepas de P.