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Phosphate solubilizing bacteria isolated from the rhizosphere soil and its growth promotion on black pepper (Piper nigrum . cuttings.

Phosphate solubilizing bacteria isolated from the rhizosphere soil and its growth promotion on black pepper (Piper nigrum . Ramachandran, K. (et a.

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Part of the Developments in Plant and Soil Sciences book series (DPSS, volume 102). Solubilization of phosphate by a strain of Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. trifolii isolated from Phaseolus vulgaris in El Chaco Arido soil (Argentina)

Conference proceedings. Part of the Developments in Plant and Soil Sciences book series (DPSS, volume 102). trifolii isolated from Phaseolus vulgaris in El Chaco Arido soil (Argentina). A. Abril, J. L. Zurdo-Piñeiro, A. Peix, R. Rivas, E. Velázquez. Effect of phosphate solubilizing bacteria on role of Rhizobium on nodulation by soybean. D. Wasule, S. R. Wadyalkar, A. N. Buldeo. Phaseolus lunatus is nodulated by a phosphate solubilizing strain of Sinorhizobium meliloti in a Peruvian soil.

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Velazquez, C. The last decade has seen a significantly increased knowledge about phosphate solubilizing microorganisms.

Автор: E. Velazquez; C. Rodriguez-Barrueco Название: First International Meeting on Microbial Phosphate Solubilization Издательство: Springer Классификация: ISBN: 9048170133 ISBN-13(EAN): 9789048170135 ISBN: 90-4817013-3 ISBN-13(EAN): 978-90-4817013-5.

2010 Серия: Developments in Plant and Soil Sciences Язык: ENG Размер: 2. 3 x 2. 3 x . 9 cm Основная тема: Life Sciences Рейтинг: Поставляется из: Германии

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Phosphate solubilization; Soil bacteria; ng bacteria; Rhizobacteria; Phos . of fixation and precipitation of P in soil is generally highly dependent on pH and soil type.

Phosphate solubilization; Soil bacteria; ng bacteria; Rhizobacteria; Phos-. phatases; Biofertilization. Thus, in acid soils, phosphorus is fixed by free oxides and hydroxides of aluminum and iron, while in alkaline soils it is fixed by calcium, causing a low efficiency of soluble P fertilizers

Challenges in commercializing a phosphate solubilizing microorganism were also outlined by a relevant biotech company

Developments in Plant and Soil Sciences ; 102. Subjects: Life sciences. Challenges in commercializing a phosphate solubilizing microorganism were also outlined by a relevant biotech company. 650. 0. a Life sciences.

ng bacteria play a vital role in P solubilization by. .

ng bacteria play a vital role in P solubilization by producing organic acids. Additionally, soils contain low molecular weight organic acids with one or more carboxylic groups and some of these acids like citrate, oxalate, acetate, malate, isocitrate, and tartrate. State-of-the-art, in First International Meeting on Microbial Phosphate Solubilization, E. Velázquez and C. Rodríguez-Barrueco, Ed. pp. 229–238, Springer, Salamanca, Spain, 2002. View at Google Scholar.

In 2002, sixty international specialists met to discuss problems of high P-unavailability as a soil nutrient for crops, and the hazards of increased phosphate input to aquatic habitats from industrial and mining activities, sewage disposal, detergents, and other sources. Among the presentations were updated solutions to enhance P-uptake by plants, bioremediation potential in the rehabilitation of ecosystems, taxonomic characterization interactions with mycorrizae, the physiological and molecular basis of PSM, and more.