Bacteria in Agrobiology: Stress Management by Alan C. Cassells, Susan M. Rafferty-McArdle (auth.), Dinesh PDF

By Alan C. Cassells, Susan M. Rafferty-McArdle (auth.), Dinesh K. Maheshwari (eds.)

ISBN-10: 364223464X

ISBN-13: 9783642234644

The way forward for agriculture strongly will depend on our skill to augment productiveness with no sacrificing long term creation power. An ecologically and economically sustainable process is the appliance of microorganisms, resembling the various bacterial species of plant development selling micro organism (PGPB). using those bio-resources for the enhancement of crop productiveness is gaining around the globe importance.

"Bacteria in Agrobiology: rigidity Management" covers the foremost features on PGPR in amelioration of either abiotic and biotic stresses. PGPR mediated in priming of plant security reactions, nutrient availability and administration in saline and chilly setting, hormonal signaling, ACC deaminase and its position in ethylene rules lower than harsh stipulations are definitely described.

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Academic, San Diego Adesemoye AO, Torbert HA, Kloepper JW (2008) Enhanced plant nutrient use efficiency with PGPR and AMF in an integrated nutrient management system. Can J Microbiol 54(10):876–886 Afzal I, Basra SH, Iqbal A (2005) The effect of seed soaking with plant growth regulators on seedling vigor of wheat under salinity stress. J Stress Physiol Biochem 1(1):6–14 Anonymous (1998). Sichere biotechnologie. Eingruppierung biologischer Agenzien: Bacterien, BG Chemie, Merkblatt B 006 8/98 ZH 1/346, Jedermann-Verlag Dr.

2010) . Fungicides, and plant activators related to known SA- and JA-stress signalling compounds, are both potentially broad spectrum. , of chitinases are variable and may differ from those expressed constitutively (Punja and Raharjo 1996). In contrast, the antibiotics 1 Priming of Plant Defences by PGPRs Against Fungal and Bacterial Plant 19 which compose the phytoalexins are specific to families, down to the species/ genotype level (Seigler 2007). Given the gene erosion which has occurred in plant domestication (Hammer et al.

Pollen from plants raised under sodium chloride salinity. New Phytol 100:563–569 Egamberdieva D (2009) Alleviation of salt stress by plant growth regulators and IAA producing bacteria in wheat.

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