Hydraulic lift may buffer rhizosphere
hyphae against the negative effects of severe soil drying in a California Oak savanna.
In 2006, treatment with G, M+G and GS increased AMF spore production (81, 73 and 75 spores in 50 g soil, respectively) in the rhizosphere
of maize (Table 2).
Confocal and atomic force microscopy were then used to characterize the morphology, surface characteristics, and dynamics of biofilm formation of selected microbes isolated from the Populus rhizosphere
Let's focus again on this fact: The greatest diversity and concentration of soil species is in the area immediately surrounding plant roots, the rhizosphere
The following parameters were measured: soil metal fraction (soluble and exchangeable, specifically sorbed, oxide, organic, and residual fractions), soil solution total metal concentration, pH, and dehydrogenase activity in rhizosphere
and bulk soils, as well as poplar foliar and root dry matter (DM) yields, mycorrhizae hyphal density, and shoot and root metal concentration.
Leucas aspara plant roots showed the highest percentage of infection of mycorrhiza among the plant species examined and it was collected along with the rhizosphere
soil for inoculation.
Topics include: water deficit stress-induced changes in higher plants and implications for global arid regions, physical and chemical signals and their action in systemic responses of plants to local wounding, root water transport under abiotic stress conditions, amino acids in the rhizosphere
, endoreduplication in cereal plants, an overview of antioxidant properties of strawberries, and more.
are known to be capable of colonizing the rhizosphere
of many crops and this genus has been described as the most important egg parasite of Heterodera avenae (Woll.
SRI is a novel approach to increase the rice production by constructively reducing the capital fertilizer, labour and water and promoting more abundance, diversity and activity of soil biota in and around the plant's rhizosphere
Micro-organisms that can grow in the rhizosphere
are ideal for use as biocontrol agents, since the rhizosphere
provides the front line defence for roots against attack by pathogens.
In fact, some fungal populations were 10 times denser in the rhizosphere
than in the surrounding bulk soil.
cenocepacia IIIB USA Maize rhizosphere
-- USA Sputum 2000 USA Soil -- USA CF -- Canada Leg ulcer 1995 B.