rhizoplane


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rhizoplane

that part of the RHIZOSPHERE made up of the root surfaces.
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A large quantity of chlamydospores was produced in the rhizoplane (Figure 1B), and the hyphae of the fungus penetrated into cells of the root cortex (Figure 1C).
Table : Numbers of bacteria in the non-rhizosphere soil, rhizosphere soil and rhizoplane and the rhizosphere effect, as the okro plants aged
Generally microorganism isolated from the rhizosphere and rhizoplane of various crops have more potential for producing auxins than those from the root free soil.
Additionally, free-living diazotrophs may establish more loosely organized protocooperative associative relationships in the rhizoplane and rhizosphere of higher plant roots (Biesboer, 1984; Klucas, 1991; Elmerich and others, 1992).
Miller HJ, Liljeroth E, Henken G, van Veen JA (1990) Fluctuations in the fluorescent pseudomonad and actinomycete populations of the rhizosphere and rhizoplane during the growth of spring wheat.
2000), it has been shown that a higher proportion of bacterial endophytes is PGPB than is the case for bacteria found on the rhizoplane or in the rhizosphere (Hallmann et al.
As root exchange declines and microbial decomposition increases, the diel changes will gradually be restricted to the rhizoplane close to root surfaces, and more difficult to detect, except by direct measurements at the root surface with [O.
1980) reported that P flourecens and other plant growth promoting rhizobacteria enhance plant growth by showing antagonisms to potentially deleterious rhizoplane fungal and bacterial pathogens.
Effect of garlic bulb extract on the growth and enzymatic activities of rhizosphere and rhizoplane fungi.