Plant growth promoting effects of diazotrophs in the rhizosphere
In November 2012, soil samples in all plots were collected from the rhizosphere
of Chuju plants for microbial measurements.
Biological control of nematodes using rhizosphere
micro-organisms was considered in several reviews to be a potential management tactic and an effective alternative to nematicides (Kerry, 2000; Mukhtar et al.
These findings may indicate that rhizosphere
bacteria, specifically in Cilembu, may become an important factor that contribute in the taste establishment and optimum growth of Rancing sweet potato.
Carbendazim may be slowly degraded via chemical and physical processes (Mazellier, Leroy, De Laat, & Legube, 2003) and also by the rhizosphere
microbial community (Roque & Melo, 2000).
Moreover, AMF colonization of com roots was improved when the rhizosphere
was exposed to light (Nagahashi et al.
The aims of this research were isolation and identification of antagonistic bacteria from melon rhizosphere
and estimate their effects on growth promotion of Cucumis melo under greenhouse condition.
In order to take clear samples of rhizosphere
soils, we sampled the soil only underneath the shrub canopies.
QUINCYs main themes are (i) the effects of nutrient availability on plant photosynthesis and respiration, explicitly taking the energy requirement of nutrient acquisition into account, and (ii) the effects of vegetation-soil interactions, namely rhizosphere
processes, on plant nutrient availability and soil C turnover.
2008) identified six species of phytonematodes in the rhizosphere
of soursop plants in the south of Bahia.
com)-- Valent BioSciences Corporation (VBC) and the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center today announced the finalization of a multi-year, Master Cooperation Agreement in the area of root science and the rhizosphere
It has been suggested that rhizosphere
microbes may play an important role in phytoremediation.