phyllosphere


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phyllosphere

(ˈfɪləʊˌsfɪə)
n
(Environmental Science) another name for phylloplane
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The phyllosphere are leaves and the microbes that dwell on them, which can be quite important to their plant hosts.
Ultraviolet radiation alters maize phyllosphere bacterial diversity.
Many bacteria within the phyllosphere are now being exploited as a source of biological agents for future biotechnological applications or the isolation of bioactive compounds [24] .
Furthermore, by using proteo-genomic techniques we aim to characterize phyllosphere microbial communities involved in canopy nitrification.
epidermidis 2P3-18 isolated from the potato phyllosphere which presents some inhibition against V.
2012) in the microbiota associated with Quercus ilex; changes in the climate likely significantly altered the microbial abundance and composition of the phyllosphere.
Microbial Populations Associated with the Rhizosphere and Phyllosphere Plants of Cape Gooseberry (Physalis peruviana L.
In the world of microbiology, plant leaves are considered to be a habitat known as the phyllosphere.
Evaluation of Community-Level Catabolic Profiling Using BIOLOG GN Microplates to Study Microbial Community Changes in Potato Phyllosphere.