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Disclosed are processes for increasing the yields of grain crops, e.g., rice, corn, alfalfa, oats, wheat, barley, hops, and the like, through application of spores or live cells of strain CM-3 of.
Bacillus: Plant Growth Promoting Bacteria for Sustainable
· The growth promotion characteristics of this genus include production of phytohormones, 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylate deaminase and siderophore production, and phosphate solubilization. Some Bacillus sp. also exhibit property of antibiosis and induction of plant systemic resistance against pathogens.
Characterization of plant growth
· Bacillus is one of the most famous PGPR because of its endospore-forming capability, which confers them better survival in the environment , and abundant plant growth-promoting traits, including nitrogen fixation, phosphorus solubilization, induced systemic resistance (ISR) induction, and most importantly antimicrobial production [5, 6].
Treatment of the soil with B. laterosporus strain BOD results in certain beneficial changes to the soil including maintenance of an alkaline pH, fixation of plant nutrients, neutralization of.
Evaluation of Bacillus Strains for Plant Growth Promotion
Abstract. Bacilli are commonly used as plant growth-promoting agents but can be limited in effectiveness to certain crop and soil environments. The objectives of this study were to (1) identify Bacillus strains that can be consistent in promoting the growth of corn, wheat, and soybean and (2) determine whether physiological traits expressed in vitro can be predictive of growth promotion efficacy/consistency and
Several microbes promote plant growth, and many microbial products that stimulate plant growth have been marketed. In this review we restrict ourselves to bacteria that are derived from and exert this effect on the root. Such bacteria are generally designated as PGPR (plant-growth-promoting rhizobac
(PDF) Bacillus spp.: As Plant Growth
Plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) are able to facilitate plant nutrient acquisition and can also act as biocontrol agents by suppressing soilborne diseases. The mechanisms by which these.
(PDF) The plant growth promoting bacterium Bacillus sp
Bacillus sp. strain CaSUT007, a plant growth promoting rhizobacterium isolated from cassava, was investigated for the secretion of compounds that might be involved in plant growth promotion.
Biocontrol effects of Brevibacillus laterosporus
· Foldes et al. reported that B. laterosporus obtained from the rhizosphere microorganism of cereal grain crop produced several germicides and plant growth promoting substances (Foldes et al., 2000). Ren et al. found some bacteriocin-like inhibitory substances produced from B. laterosporus
Tomato plant growth promotion and antibacterial related
Bacillus strains are extensively studied for their beneficial role in plant growth and biological control of tomato bacterial wilt (TBW), however their underlying mechanisms remained unexplored. In this study, four rhizobacterial strains, Bacillus amyloliquefaciens D29, B. amyloliquefaciens Am1, B. subtilis D16 and B. methylotrophicus H8 were investigated for their antibacterial activity
Biological Control of Root Pathogens by Plant
(cerexin, zwittermicin), B. circulans (circulin), B. laterosporus (laterosporin) [14, 68-71]. 2.3. Collection and isolation of Bacillus Traditional tools for determining composition of the soil bacterial community and diversity Biological Control of Root Pathogens by Plant- Growth Promoting Bacillus spp.
Evaluation of Bacillus Strains for Plant Growth Promotion
Bacilli are commonly used as plant growth-promoting agents but can be limited in effectiveness to certain crop and soil environments. The objectives of this study were to (1) identify Bacillus strains that can be consistent in promoting the growth of corn, wheat, and soybean and (2) determine whether physiological traits expressed in vitro can be predictive of growth promotion efficacy
Benefits of Using PowerPac
PowerPac™is a microbial inoculant containing bioactives of PGPRPlant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteriathat improves nutrient utilization and optimizes conditions for root growth and plant vigor. It is a dry soluble that can be (1 x 108 cfu/g) • Bacillus laterosporus (1 x 108 cfu/g) Formulation • Soluble powder Packaging • 12 x
Plant growth-promoting bacteria (PGPB) afford plants several advantages (i.e., improvement of nutrient acquisition, growth, and development; induction of abiotic and biotic stress tolerance).
In this work, the stress-resistant Bacillus megaterium STB1 is characterized and its ability to promote plant growth under normal and stress conditions is demonstrated. The genomic sequence of this bacterium, and a detailed analysis of the genes involved in facilitating its stress resistance and plant growth-promoting activities is also reported.
Agronomy Free Full
The interest in using plant-growth-promoting bacteria (PGPB) as biopesticides is significantly growing as a result of the discovery of new properties of certain beneficial microbes in protecting agricultural crops. While several rhizobial species have been widely exploited for their ability to optimize plant use of environmental resources, now the focus is shifted to species that are
Plant growth promoting and antifungal activity in
· Bacterial endophytes are well known inhabitants of living plant system and perform important assignments in maintaining plant growth and health. Currently, limited reports are available on the endophytes of pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum) reflecting antagonistic and plant growth promoting (PGP) attributes. Therefore, the major objectives of current investigation were to identify antagonistic
Bacillus amyloliquefaciens strain NJN-6 is an important plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) which can produce secondary metabolites antagonistic to several soil-borne pathogens. In this study, the ability of a bio-organic fertilizer (BIO) containing NJN-6 strain to promote the growth and suppress Fusarium wilt of banana plants was evaluated in a pot experiment. The results showed that
Brevibacillus laterosporus, a Pathogen of Invertebrates
· B. laterosporus has long been noted for its antifungal properties when isolated from rhizosphere soil samples and features among plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) . In specific experiments, B. laterosporus preparations promoted lettuce seedling growth [ 75 ].
A consortium of rhizobacterial strains and biochemical
· In the present study, a consortium of two rhizobacteria Bacillus amyloliquefaciens Bk7 and Brevibacillus laterosporus B4, termed ‘BB’, biochemical elicitors salicylic acid and β‐aminobutyric acid (SB) and their mixture (BBSB) were investigated for cold and drought stress tolerance in rice plants. After withholding water for 16 days, rice plants treated with BBSB showed 100% survival
Evaluation of four rhizobacteria on tomato growth and
· Growth-promoting rhizobacteria are free-living bacteria that colonize the roots and stimulate the plant growth. Many of these bacteria secrete a range of extracellular metabolites that can be involved in the biological control of plant pathogens. In this study, the effect of four plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) was evaluated on tomato growth parameters as well as biological
Comparative analysis of the complete genome sequence of
· Bacillus amyloliquefaciens FZB42 is a Gram-positive, plant-associated bacterium, which stimulates plant growth and produces secondary metabolites that suppress soil-borne plant
Isolation, characterization and plant growth promotion
· Sweet sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) is cultivated in Uruguay in complementation with sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum) as a feedstock for bioethanol production. It requires the application of high levels of chemical fertilizer for optimal growth, which causes environmental degradation. Plant growth-promoting (PGP) bacteria are of biotechnological interest since they can improve the growth
Fertigation Management and Growth
called plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) and are well known to synthesize plant growth regulators such as indole acetic acid, gibberellins, and cytokinins which promote plant growth at various stages [26,27]. The growth-promoting mechanisms also include the release of volatile organic