rhizobacteria


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rhizobacteria

bacteria within the phylum PURPLE BACTERIA. They are found in the SOIL, mainly in the RHIZOSPHERE, and can induce ROOT-NODULE formation in LEGUMES.
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Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria make micronutrients such as phosphorus and zinc available for plant uptake, fix nitrogen, sequester iron for plant uptake by siderophores, and also produce plant hormones such as auxins (Lucy et al.
EVALUATION OF RHIZOBACTERIA STRAINS IN THE PRODUCTION OF HABANERO CHILI (Capsicum chinense Jacq.
Endophytic colonization and field responses of hybrid spruce seedlings after inoculation with plant growthpromoting rhizobacteria.
In addition, another benefit of these rhizobacteria is the action as plant-growth promoters (PGPR) through various mechanisms such as phosphate solubilization, production of phytohormones, siderophores, biocontrol of pathogens and pest insects (Carvalho et al.
Induction of systemic resistance in Chinese cabbage against black rot by plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria.
The Effect of Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) on Germination, Seedling Growth and Yield of Maize.
2010) reported in chickpea inoculated with plant growth promoting rhizobacteria and found that all isolates significantly increased shoot length, root length and dry matter production of chickpea seedlings.
Both P nutrition and rhizobacteria positively affected wheat growth, yield and nutrient concentration.
putidae and Bacillus could induce resistance against plant pathogens [44,27] Also, Van Loon [40] has been reported that non-pathogenic rhizobacteria are capable to disease suppression in plants and promotion in plant growth.
Enhanced plant growth bysiderophores produced by plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria.
These soil-borne bacteria with plant-growth promoting effects are generally termed plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) [11, 16].