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Biological Nitrogen Fixation and Beneficial Plant-Microbe Interaction

Springer (Verlag)
Erschienen am 2. Juni 2016
X, 249 Seiten
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This book covers the most recent advances in all the topics with which researchers and professionals need to be familiar in order to obtain a better understanding of, and to better exploit, beneficial plant-microbe interactions. The use of microorganisms for agriculture and environmental applications is gaining importance worldwide to improve crop performance, but also for other environmental applications, such as bioremediation in chemically polluted soils. The search for an equilibrium between fundamental and applied aspects makes this book useful for professionals at various levels in the value chain of the "microbial biofertilizers". Challenges of comercializing biofertilizers involve efficiency of the products and safety for human health and the environment, topics that have paid central attention in this book. Students, scientists and biofertilizers developers will find updated and comprehensive information about the different aspects to be considered to address a successful introduction of biofertilizers in sustainable agriculture and environmental actions.
1st ed. 2016
Springer International Publishing
11 farbige Tabellen, 16 farbige Abbildungen, 27 s/w Abbildungen
X, 249 p. 43 illus., 16 illus. in color.
5,57 MB
978-3-319-32528-6 (9783319325286)
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PREFACE Part 1. Ecology, diversity, and evolution of Plant Probiotic Microorganisms (PPM) 1. Identification of human pathogenic bacteria in plant roots by using MALDI-TOF MS methodology2. Rhizobial biofertilizers for ornamental plants3. Analysis of the PGPB potential of bacterial endophytes associated to maize4. Identification of rhizobial strains nodulating Pisum sativum in Northern Spain soils by MALDI-TOF MS (matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry) analysis5. Analysis of cultivable endophytic bacteria in roots of maize in a soil from León province in mainland SpainPart II. Genetics, genomics and proteomics of PPM and their associated plants 6. Molecular determinants of negative regulation of the Bradyrhizobium diazoefficiens transcription factor FixK27. MALDI-TOF MS (matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry) analysis of rhizobia nodulating Phaseolus vulgaris in different soilsPart III. Plant-microorganisms interactions 8. Optimization of the immunodetection of tagged-LYK3 Nod-factor receptor in Medicago truncatula root extracts9. Functional Characterization of a Chitinase Class III (CgCHI3) and a Glutathione S-transferase CCgGST) involved in Casuarina glauca-Frankia symbiosis10.Effective colonization of spinach root-surface by Rhizobium11.Interactions between Micromonospora and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi12.Different effects on Vigna unguiculata plants after the inoculation with strains from two Bradyrhizobium symbiovarsPart IV. Physiology and biochemistry of beneficial microorganisms and associated plants 150<13.Salt stress tolerance in Casuarina glauca and its relation with nitrogen-fixing Frankia bacteriaPart V. Inoculants for agriculture and environmental science 14.Induced Systemic Resistance could explain the reduction in the incidence of black sigatoka (Mycosphaerella fijiensis) in banana plants inoculated with bacteria isolated from banana tree roots in the Dominican Republic15.Microbial inoculants with autochthonous bacteria for biodiverse legume pastures in Portuguese agro-forestry ecosystems16.Improving legume-rhizobium symbiosis for copper phytostabilization through genetic manipulation of both symbionts17.Symbiotic and agronomic characterization of Bradyrhizobial strains nodulating cowpea in Northern Peru18.Rhizobium as potential biofertilizer of Eruca sativa19.Biocontrol of Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. phaseoli and Phytophthora capsici with autochthonous endophytes in common bean and pepper in Castilla y León (Spain) 20.Disease control and plant growth promotion (PGP) of selected bacterial strains in Phaseolus vulgaris

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