phylloplane

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phylloplane

the surface of the leaf in plants.
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They include the availability of immigrant inoculum [20, 21], host plant phenology [25], nutritional characteristics of the phyllosphere of plants [24], and physico-chemical environmental conditions and climatic conditions [6,9,11,14].
Summer season and long-term drought increase the richness of bacteria and fungi in the foliar phyllosphere of Quercus ilex in a mixed Mediterranean forest.
which may make up the core microbiome that reach the phyllosphere upon
Presence and Persistence of Salmonella enterica Serotype Typhimurium in the Phyllosphere and Rhizosphere of Spray Irrigated Parsley.
Armstrong J, Jones RE, Armstrong W (2006) Rhizome phyllosphere oxygenation in Phragmites and other species in relation to redox potential, convective gas flow, submergence and aeration pathways.
16 ( ANI ): The Amity Institute of Biotechnology is hosting a three-day international conference on 'Perspectives in Phyllosphere Biology'.
This study was carried out to determine the densities and distribution of PAH-utilizing bacteria and PAH levels in the rhizosphere and phyllosphere of Rhizophora racemosa with a view to ascertain the degradative and bioaccumulative potentials of the bacteria and mangrove plants respectively.
The main effect of the pollution by heavy metals retained by leaves on the phyllosphere microflora was the strong inhibition of each group of microorganisms (Brighigna et al.
Hullar, another editor; she's at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Resarch Center in Seattle); soil, rhizosphere, and phyllosphere (by David A Lipson--biology, San Diego State U.
Heuer H, Smalla K (1997) Evaluation of community-level catabolic profiling using BIOLOG GN microplates to study microbial community changes in potato phyllosphere.