rhizoplane


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rhizoplane

(ˈraɪzəʊˌpleɪn)
n
(Botany) the part of the root of a plant that is near the soil surface
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Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) residing in the rhizosphere, rhizoplane and endo rhizosphere play important role in the plant growth and development (Glick et al., 1999; Gerhardt et al., 2009).
(2008) as the area around a plant root that is inhabited by microorganisms and have 3 zones as endorhizosphere, rhizoplane and ectorhizosphere.
Sarathchandra SU, Burch G, Cox NR (1997) Growth patterns of bacterial communities in the rhizoplane and rhizosphere of with clover (Trifolium repens L.) and perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) in long--term pasture.
Microbiota of the Orchid Rhizoplane. Microbiology, 70(4), 492497.
Nitrosomonas communis strain YNSRA, an ammonia-oxidizing bacterium, isolated from the reed rhizoplane in an aquaponics plant.
Most prior efforts to disentangle this relationship have focused on how plant communities, sediment properties, and hydrology interact, and considerably less is known about the small-scale interactions that take place in the rhizosphere and rhizoplane of individual plants.
Labuschagne, "Root colonization and growth enhancement in wheat and tomato by rhizobacteria isolated from the rhizoplane of grasses," World Journal of Microbiology & Biotechnology, vol.
Growth patterns of bacterial communities in the rhizoplane and rhizosphere in white clover (Trifolium repens L.) and perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) in long-term pasture, Applied Soil Ecology 6: 293-299.
Few studies have been conducted on roses where bacteria were isolated from the rhizoplane and the rhizosphere of R.