Maize domestication and breeding have resulted in drastic and well documented changes in aboveground traits, but belowground effects on root system functioning and rhizosphere microbial communities remain poorly understood, despite their critical importance for nutrient and water acquisition. We investigated the rhizosphere microbial community composition and structure of ten Zea mays accessions along an evolutionary transect (two teosinte, three inbred maize lines, and five modern maize hybrids) grown in nutrient depleted soil from a low input agricultural system. Microbial community analysis revealed significant differences in community composition between soil compartments (proximal vs. distal rhizosphere) and between plant genetic groups (teosinte, inbred, and modern hybrid). Only a small portion of the microbial community was differentially selected across plant genetic groups: 3.7% of prokaryotic community members and 4.9% of fungal community members were significantly associated with a ...
Here, we assessed the relative influence of wheat genotype, agricultural practices (conventional vs organic) and soil type on the rhizosphere microbiome. We characterized the prokaryotic (archaea and bacteria) and eukaryotic (fungi and protists) communities in soils from four different countries (Cameroon, France, Italy, Senegal) and determined if a rhizosphere core microbiome existed across these different countries. The wheat genotype had a limited effect on the rhizosphere microbiome (2% of variance) as the majority of the microbial taxa were consistently associated to multiple wheat genotypes grown in the same soil. Large differences in taxa richness and in community structure were observed between the eight soils studied (57% variance) and the two agricultural practices (10% variance). Despite these differences between soils, we observed that 177 taxa (2 archaea, 103 bacteria, 41 fungi and 31 protists) were consistently detected in the rhizosphere, constituting a core microbiome. In addition to
The rhizosphere is the interface between plant roots and soil where intense, varied interactions between plants and microbes influence plants health and growth through their influence on biochemical cycles, such as the carbon, nitrogen, and iron cycles. The rhizosphere is also a changing environment where oxygen can be rapidly limited and anaerobic zones can be established. Microorganisms successfully colonize the rhizosphere when they possess specific traits referred to as rhizosphere competence. Anaerobic respiration flexibility contributes to the rhizosphere competence of microbes. Indeed, a wide range of compounds that are available in the rhizosphere can serve as alternative terminal electron acceptors during anaerobic respiration such as nitrates, iron, carbon compounds, sulfur, metalloids, and radionuclides. In the presence of multiple terminal electron acceptors in a complex environment such as the rhizosphere and in the absence of O-2, microorganisms will first use the most energetic option to
Citation Hu J, Wei Z, Friman V-P, Gu S-H, Wang X-F, Eisenhauer N, Yang T-J, Ma J, Shen Q-R, Xu Y-C, Jousset A. 2016. Probiotic diversity enhances rhizosphere microbiome function and plant disease suppression. mBio 7(6):e01790-16. doi:10.1128/mBio.01790-16. ...
2 with target DNA displayed only 2.8% false positives. The prototype microarray was subsequently tested with an environmental sample, which consisted of an Agrobacterium-related polymerase chain reaction amplicon from a maize rhizosphere bacterial community. Microarray results were compared to results obtained by cloning-sequencing with the same DNA. Microarray analysis enabled the detection of all 16S rRNA gene sequences found by cloning-sequencing. Sequences representing only 1.7% of the clone library were detected. In conclusion, this prototype 16S rRNA-based taxonomic microarray appears to be a promising tool for the analysis of Alphaproteobacteria in complex ecosystems.>. Development and validation of a prototype 16S rRNA-based taxonomic microarray for Alphaproteobacteria. Sanguin H, Herrera A, Oger-Desfeux C, Dechesne A, Simonet P, Navarro E, Vogel TM, Moënne-Loccoz Y, Nesme X, Grundmann GL. Environmental microbiology. 2006. Pubmed ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Cesium desorption from illite as affected by exudates from rhizosphere bacteria. AU - Wendling, Laura A.. AU - Harsh, James B.. AU - Ward, Thomas E.. AU - Palmer, Carl D.. AU - Hamilton, Melinda A.. AU - Boyle, Jeffrey S.. AU - Flury, Markus. PY - 2005/6/15. Y1 - 2005/6/15. N2 - Biogeochemical processes in the rhizosphere can significantly alter interactions between contaminants and soil minerals. In this study, several strains of bacteria that exude aluminum (Al)-chelating compounds were isolated from the rhizosphere of crested wheatgrass (Agropyron desertorum) collected from the Idaho National Laboratory (INL). We examined the effects of exudates from bacteria in the genera Bacillus, Halstonia, and Enterobacter on cesium (Cs) desorption from illite. Exudates from these strains of bacteria significantly enhanced Cs desorption from illite. In addition, Cs desorption increased with increasing Bacillus exudate concentrations. Cesium desorption from illite as a function of both ...
Selected Publications 45. Murphy, C.A., B.L. Foster, C. Gao. 2016. Temporal dynamics in rhizosphere bacterial communities of three perennial grassland species. Agronomy 6 17; doi:10.3390/agronomy6010017
Soil compaction will be mitigated by deep tillage and subsoiling practices following a protracted period of no-tillage. Fallow tillage rotation strategies are steadily used to enhance water availability in the soils of the southeastern Loess Plateau area of China. Rhizosphere soil bacteria are ecologically vital for the transformation of matter and power in the plant root system and will be influenced by tillage rotation treatments. However, the impact of tillage rotations on the bacterial group and construction of rhizosphere soil shouldnt be properly understood.A two-year area experiment was performed with 4 tillage rotation treatments, together with subsoil-subsoil (SS-SS), subsoil-deep tillage (SS-DT), deep tillage-deep tillage (DT-DT), and the management therapy of no-tillage-no-tillage (NT-NT). Our research was performed during wheats fallow period to examine the abundance, variety, and capabilities of rhizosphere soil bacteria utilizing high-throughput sequencing expertise.Our outcomes ...
We aimed to evaluate the capability of bio-organic fertilizer suppressing watermelon Fusariumwilt disease, compare the variations of the rhizosphere bacterial and fungal community compositions after...
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Its as you would expect, Fitzpatrick says. Just as there are more similarities between a humans gut microbiome and an apes than between a humans and a mouses, the closer the relationship between plant species, the more similar their root microbiomes. Its important to document as a way to better understand the evolutionary processes shaping the plant root microbiome.. In addition to deepening our basic biological understanding of plant evolution and development, the research offers further avenues for study, including how and why some plants recruit bacteria that impact drought resistance while others dont.. If plants were able to enrich their root microbiomes with a particular group of bacteria, the Actinobacteria, they grew much better in drought conditions, says Fitzpatrick. All of our plants had access to this group of bacteria, but they also needed to have the ability to recruit it from the soil.. In another finding that is consistent with the practice of crop rotation, ...
I got this cool figure from my postdoc Mike Robeson to contemplate over the weekend. It shows the Bacterial species network (or OTUs as small white squares) we recovered from bulk soil (orange connections), rhizosphere (blue connections) and root endophyte (green connections) samples from 6 sites taken last fall where we sampled Populus deltoides and…
The rhizosphere is the absorbing root-soil interface. It is the zone, about one millimeter in width, surrounding the epidermis of living root hairs and the boundary cells of mycorrhizae as well as hyphae growing out from some mycorrhizae.. The rhizoplane is the boundary where soil elements in water are absorbed into the tree. Under an electron microscope, the rhizoplane appears as a jelly where microorganisms and tree cells mix, making it impossible to tell which side is tree and which is soil.. A constantly changing mix of organisms inhabit the rhizosphere and surrounding soil. Bacteria, actinomycetes, fungi, protozoa, slime molds, algae, nematodes, enchytraeid worms, earthworms, millipedes, centipedes, insects, mites, snails, small animals and soil viruses compete constantly for water, food, and space.. The rhizosphere is a battleground and the wars are continuous. Amoebae are eating bacteria. Some bacteria are poisoning other bacteria. Fungi are killing other fungi. Nematodes are spearing ...
Higher plants release a significant proportion of the carbon (C) they assimilate into the rhizosphere - mainly as sugars, amino acids or organic acids. This labile carbon has been shown to substantially accelerate microbial decomposition of old or recalcitrant soil organic matter and thus facilitate the release of CO2 to the atmosphere in a phenomenon called the rhizosphere priming effect (RPE). Despite the high potential of rhizosphere priming to influence global C cycling, its underlying mechanisms are still under debate, leading to high uncertainties in the predictions of future net C flux between soil and atmosphere.. We propose that microscale spatial interactions between microbes and their environment are essential for understanding RPEs, as biological (such as microbial decomposition) and physico-chemical processes (such as micro- and macroaggregate turnover) are linked at the microscale. The goal of this project is to zoom in and investigate the RPE at the scale microorganisms ...
Rhizosphere microorganisms play an important role in soil carbon flow, through turnover of root exudates, but there is little information on which organisms are actively involved or on the influence of environmental conditions on active communities. In this study, a 13CO2 pulse labelling field experiment was performed in an upland grassland soil, followed by RNA-stable isotope probing (SIP) analysis, to determine the effect of liming on the structure of the rhizosphere microbial community metabolizing root exudates. The lower limit of detection for SIP was determined in soil samples inoculated with a range of concentrations of 13C-labelled Pseudomonas fluorescens and was found to lie between 105 and 106 cells per gram of soil. The technique was capable of detecting microbial communities actively assimilating root exudates derived from recent photo-assimilate in the field. Denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE) profiles of bacteria, archaea and fungi derived from fractions obtained from ...
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A Gram-stain-positive, rod-shaped, endospore-forming, aerobic bacterium, designated strain FJAT-27997T, was isolated from the rhizosphere soil of a Loiseleuria plant collected from Sichuan province in China. Growth was observed aerobically between 20 and 35 °C (optimum 30 °C), between 0 and 3.0 % (w/v) NaCl (optimum at 0 %) concentration and pH in the range 6.0-9.0 (optimum at pH 7.0). The cell-wall peptidoglycan contained meso-diaminopimelic acid and the major isoprenoid quinone was menaquinone MK-7. The main fatty acids were iso-C15 : 0, anteiso-C15 : 0, iso-C14 : 0, C16 : 0 and C14 : 0. The main polar lipids were diphosphatidylglycerol, phosphatidylglycerol and phosphatidylethanolamine. Phylogenetic analyses based on 16S rRNA gene sequences showed that isolate FJAT-27997T was a member of the genus Bacillus and was related most closely to Bacillus simplex DSM 1321T (97.95 % similarity), followed by Bacillus huizhouensis GSS03T (97.9 %). The average nucleotide identity value between strain FJAT
Viticulture represents an important agricultural practice in many countries worldwide. Yet, the continuous use of fungicides has caused copper (Cu) accumulation in soils, which represent a major environmental and toxicological concern. Despite being an important micronutrient, Cu can be a potential toxicant at high concentrations since it may cause morphological, anatomical and physiological changes in plants, decreasing both food productivity and quality. Rhizosphere processes can, however, actively control the uptake and translocation of Cu in plants. In particular, root exudates affecting the chemical, physical and biological characteristics of the rhizosphere, might reduce the availability of Cu in the soil and hence its absorption. In addition, this review will aim at discussing the advantages and disadvantages of agronomic practices, such as liming, the use of pesticides, the application of organic matter, biochar and coal fly ashes, the inoculation with bacteria and/or mycorrhizal fungi ...
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The corn crop is one of the most important crop in the world and several studies for production and yield increment have been done, but there is a lack of information about inputs combinations and interactions...
For example, plants that are able to recruit particular bacteria to their root microbiomes are much more drought resistant than their fellows.
Udgravning af planternes rødder fra feltet samt behandling af prøver i endosphere, rhizosfære og jord er beskrevet i detaljer, herunder ...
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Ions taken up into the main axis of a root, a lateral branch, or a fine unicellular root hair must cross a sleeve of rhizosphere up to a few millimetres thick. Even in solution cultures, where turbulence is maximised by air bubbles, unstirred layers of solution exist within 10-200 µm of root surfaces.
Supplementary MaterialsTable_1. a firmly orchestrated response to environmental cues, with a distinct transcriptional pattern seen for each gene throughout the colonization process. Considerable phenotypical analysis of deletion and overexpression strains was then conducted and used to propose cellular functions for individual cdG signaling genes. Finally, in-depth genetic analysis of an important rhizosphere colonization regulator revealed a link between cdG control of growth, motility and stress response, and the carbon sources available in the rhizosphere. genus are colonizers H4 Receptor antagonist 1 of aquatic and terrestrial habitats, frequently associating with plants in a mutualistic, pathogenic, or saprophytic manner. Furthermore, all surfaces of the herb from root to tip and the ground environment influenced by herb exudates (the rhizosphere), are colonized in addition to endophytic occupation of interstitial spaces (Sitaraman, 2015). The rhizosphere and surface regions of a herb ...
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We examined succession of the rhizosphere microbiota of three model plants (Arabidopsis, Medicago and Brachypodium) in compost and sand and three crops…
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Most eukaryotes live in close interaction with micro-organisms (the microbiome) and together they form a meta-organism in which natural selection occurs (hologenome theory of evolution). Given the high microbial diversity, as well as the high plasticity and rates of evolution at the population level, the host can adapt much faster to changes in environmental condition simply by altering its microbiome. Similar responses are observed in soils, where the interaction between soil microbes and plants might be modulated in response to stress conditions. For example, the bacteria that become endophytes in plants are recruited from the rhizosphere bacteria, which in turn are a subset of bulk soil. As these three environments impose very different demands on the bacteria involved, often requiring distinct metabolic adaptations, this theme could prove to be a model for fast genetic adaptation (or even speciation) and for the evolution of symbiotic interactions as termite-protist, ruminant-gut bacteria, ...
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Phylogenetic Analysis of a Swine Influenza A(H3N2) Virus Isolated in Korea in 2012. Kim, Jin Il; Lee, Ilseob; Park, Sehee; Lee, Sangmoo; Hwang, Min-Woong; Bae, Joon-Yong; Heo, Jun; Kim, Donghwan; Jang, Seok-Il; Kim, Kabsu; Park, Man-Seong // PLoS ONE;Feb2014, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p1 Influenza A virus (IAV) can infect avian and mammalian species, including humans. The genome nature of IAVs may contribute to viral adaptation in different animal hosts, resulting in gene reassortment and the reproduction of variants with optimal fitness. As seen again in the 2009 swine-origin... ...
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The term plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) has been introduced (Kloepper et al., 1980) for the bacteria that colonize the plant roots and stimulate plant growth and crop yield.
The plant-microbe interaction cluster advances and utilizes knowledge from basic and applied research on beneficial and pathogenic microbes to enhance productivity and sustainability of agricultural systems.
The latest issue of New Phytologist (Vol. 204 No. 4) contains a number of articles focusing on the theme of Molecular plant-microbe interactions.
Andreote FD, Mendes R, Dini-Andreote F, Rossetto P de B, Labate CA, Pizzirani-Kleiner AA, Elsas JD van, Azevedo JL de, Araújo WL. Transgenic tobacco revealing altered bacterial diversity in the rhizosphere during early plant development [Internet]. Antonie van Leewenhoek: International Journal of General and Molecular Microbiology. 2008 ; 93( 4): 415-424.Available from: http://www.springerlink.com.w10077.dotlib.com.br/content/kr42200715133558/fulltext. ...
Propagations methodology of AM fungi in pot culture (in vivo): the starting AM inoculum, provided under the form of gel plugs (left), is deposited at the proximity of the roots of a plantlet (centre). Once the roots get colonized, the spores and the AM mycelium network are differentiated throughout the rhizosphere (right).. ...
Functional classification of the genes identified as preferentially activated in the rhizosphere by the IVET screening technology. Functional categories have be
Bacterial communities associated with plant roots play an important role in the suppression of soil-borne pathogens, and multispecies probiotic consortia may enhance disease suppression efficacy. Here we introduced defined Pseudomonas species consortia into naturally complex microbial communities and measured the importance of Pseudomonas community diversity for their survival and the ... read more suppression of the bacterial plant pathogen Ralstonia solanacearum in the tomato rhizosphere microbiome. The survival of introduced Pseudomonas consortia increased with increasing diversity. Further, high Pseudomonas diversity reduced pathogen density in the rhizosphere and decreased the disease incidence due to both intensified resource competition and interference with the pathogen. These results provide novel mechanistic insights into elevated pathogen suppression by diverse probiotic consortia in naturally diverse plant rhizospheres. Ecologically based community assembly rules could thus play a ...
BACKGROUND: Diverse assemblages of microbes colonize plant roots and collectively function as a microbiome. Earlier work has characterized the root microbiomes of numerous plant species, but little information is available for legumes despite their key role in numerous ecosystems including agricultural systems. Legumes form a root nodule symbiosis with nitrogen-fixing ... read more Rhizobia bacteria and thereby account for large, natural nitrogen inputs into soils. Here, we describe the root bacteria microbiome of the legume Trifolium pratense combining culture-dependent and independent methods. For a functional understanding of individual microbiome members and their impact on plant growth, we began to inoculate root microbiome members alone or in combination to Trifolium roots. RESULTS: At a whole-root scale, Rhizobia bacteria accounted for ~70% of the root microbiome. Other enriched members included bacteria from the genera Pantoea, Sphingomonas, Novosphingobium, and Pelomonas. We built a ...
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We hypothesize that sweet potato genotypes can influence the bacterial communities related to phosphate mineralization and nitrogen fixation in the rhizosphere. Tuberous roots of field-grown sweet potato from genotypes IPB-149, IPB-052, and IPB-137 were sampled three and six months after planting. The total community DNA was extracted from the rhizosphere and analyzed by Polymerase Chain Reaction-Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresis (PCR-DGGE) and quantitative real-time PCR (qPCR), based on the alkaline phosphatase coding gene (alp gene) and on the nitrogenase coding gene (nifH gene). The cluster analysis based on DGGE showed that plant age slightly influenced the bacterial community related to phosphate mineralization in the rhizosphere of IPB-137, although it did not affect the bacterial community related to nitrogen fixation. The statistical analysis of DGGE fingerprints (Permutation test, p ≤ 0.05) showed that nitrogen-fixing bacterial community of IPB-052 statistically differed from genotypes
A factorial taxonomic metabarcoding study was carried out to determine the effect of root-knot nematodes (Meloidogyne incognita, RKN) and the nematocide fenamiphos on the rhizosphere microbiome of tomato. Plants inoculated (or not) with RKN second-stage juveniles (J2), and treated (or not) with the nematocide, were tested in a 6 months greenhouse assay using a RKN-free soil proceeding from an organic crop. Rhizosphere soil was sampled at J2 inoculation, 3 months later (before the second nematocidal treatment), and again after 3 months. At each sampling, the RNAs were extracted and the 16S rRNA V4 regions sequenced with a Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) protocol. Changes in bacteria metagenomic profiles showed an effect of the treatments applied, with different representations of taxa in samples receiving nematodes and fenamiphos, at the two sampling times. In general, a tendence was observed toward an increase number of OTUs at 6 months, in all treatments. β-Proteobacteria were the most abundant class
Rice (Oryza sativa L. ssp. indica) seeds as plant microbiome present both an opportunity and a challenge to colonizing bacterial community living in close association with plants. Nevertheless, the roles and activities of bacterial endophytes remain largely unexplored and insights into plant-microbe interaction are compounded by its complexity. In this study, putative functions or physiological properties associated with bacterial endophytic nature were assessed. Also, endophytic roles in plant growth and germination that may allow them to be selectively chosen by plants were also studied. The cultivable seed endophytes were dominated by Proteobacteria particularly class Gammaproteobacteria. Highly identical type strains were isolated from the seed endosphere regardless of the rice hosts physiological tolerance to salinity. Among the type strains, Flavobacterium sp., Microbacterium sp. and Xanthomonas sp. were isolated from the salt-sensitive and salt-tolerant cultivars. PCA-Biplot ordination also
Isolation of actinomycetes from maize rhizosphere from Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara Province, and evaluation of their antibacterial, antifungal, and extracellular enzyme activity
Domestication has induced major genetic changes in crop plants to satisfy human needs and as a consequence of adaptation to agroecosystems. This adaptation might have affected root exudate composition, which can influence the interactions in the rhizosphere. Here, using two different soil types (sand, soil), we provide an original example of the impact of domestication and crop evolution on root exudate composition through metabolite profiling of root exudates for a panel of 10 wheat genotypes that correspond to the key steps in domestication of tetraploid wheat (wild emmer, emmer, durum wheat). Our data show that soil type can dramatically affect the composition of root exudates in the rhizosphere. Moreover, the composition of the rhizosphere metabolites is associated with differences among the genotypes of the wheat domestication groups, as seen by the high heritability of some of the metabolites. Overall, we show that domestication and breeding have had major effects on root exudates in the
A novel Gram-negative bacterium, designated G2-14T, was isolated from rhizosphere soil sample collected from apple orchard in Chungju-si, Chungcheongbuk-do, Republic of Korea. Strain G2-14T was a strictly aerobic, non-spore-forming, non-motile and short-rod-shaped bacterium. Phylogenetic analysis based on 16S rRNA gene sequence showed that strain G2-14T was closely related to Mucilaginibacter myungsuensis HMD1056T (96.9 %) and Mucilaginibacter boryungensis BDR-9T (96.8 %). The major cellular fatty acids (>10 %) of strain G2-14T were summed feature 3 (C16:1 ω6с and/or C16:1 ω7с) and iso-C15:0. The predominant quinone and the major polar lipid were menaquinone-7 and phosphatidylethanolamine, respectively. Strain G2-14T produced acetic acid. The DNA G+C content based on whole genome sequences was 46.4 mol%. On the basis of phenotypic, chemotaxonomic and phylogenetic data, strain G2-14T represents a novel species in the genus Mucilaginibacter , for which the name Mucilaginibacter mali sp. nov. is
RUEDA-PUENTE, Edgar O. et al. Bacterial community of rhizosphere associated to the annual halophyte Salicornia bigelovii (Torr.). Terra Latinoam [online]. 2010, vol.28, n.4, pp.345-353. ISSN 2395-8030.. The specie Salicornia bigelovii (Chenopodiaceae) is a halophyte with promising biological and commercial value as a natural resource from arid zones. However, its productivity depends on the nitrogen supply. Nitrogen fixation by bacteria associated with the roots of S. bigelovii is a determinant source of available nitrogen. However, the diversity in Salicomias rhizosphere is unknown. In order to increase the knowledge of the bacterial diversity associated with the S. bigelovii rhizosphere, polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and single-strand conformation polymorphism (SSCP) analysis was performed. This study was conducted in La Paz, BCS, Mexico. A random sample of 25 S. bigelovii plants at the flowering stage was collected from 6 areas along the coastal line of La Paz Bay in the southern portion ...
Prosopis juliflora (Swartz) D C nodal explants were successfully initiated into aseptic culture with a two stage sterilization procedure. This involved a 2 minute immersion in 70% ethanol and then a 20 minute treatment with sodium hypochlorite (2% available chlorine) and wetter. Kinetin or benzyl adenine were necessary in the medium for shoot extension of axillary buds. Auxins, either indole acetic acid or napthalene acetic acid were not required in the initiation medium, as their inclusion caused callus growth at the base of nodal explants and a reduction in shoot growth. The condition of the mother plant was also shown to influence in vitro performance of the explants ...
Background Larvae from the American Corn Rootworm (WCR) feeding on maize root base cause large economical losses in america and in European countries. fragments, PCR amplified from the full total rhizosphere community DNA. DGGE rings with increased strength were excised through the gel, sequenced and cloned to be able to recognize specific bacteria giving an answer to WCR larval nourishing. DGGE fingerprints demonstrated that the garden soil type as well as the maize range inspired the fungal and bacterial neighborhoods inhabiting the maize rhizosphere. WCR larval feeding affected the rhiyosphere microbial populations within a garden soil maize and type range reliant way. DGGE music group sequencing revealed an elevated great quantity of in the rhizosphere of many maize lines in every garden Tolrestat supplier soil types upon WCR larval feeding. Conclusion/Significance The effects of both rhizosphere and WCR larval feeding seemed to be stronger on bacterial communities than on fungi. Bacterial ...
The genetic diversity of plant growth-promoting rhizobacterial (PGPR) fluorescent pseudomonads associated with the sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum L.) rhizosphere was analyzed. Selected isolates were screened for plant growthpromoting properties including production of indole acetic acid, phosphate solubilization, denitrification ability, and production of antifungal metabolites. Furthermore, 16S rDNA sequence analysis was performed to identify and differentiate these isolates. Based on 16S rDNA sequence similarity, the isolates were designated as Pseudomonas plecoglossicida, P. fluorescens, P. libaniensis, and P. aeruginosa. Differentiation of isolates belonging to the same group was achieved through different genomic DNA fingerprinting techniques, including randomly amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD), amplified ribosomal DNA restriction analysis (ARDRA), repetitive extragenic palindromic (REP), enterobacterial repetitive intergenic consensus (ERIC), and bacterial repetitive BOX elements (BOX)
Plant growth-promoting microbes function as bacterial inoculants and contribute to the enhancement of agronomic efficacy by lowering production costs and environmental pollution. Interactions between plants and microbes are either antagonistic or synergistic within soil. The efficiency of plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria may vary due to environmental factors and is directly proportional to the growth and yield of plants. Also, constant maintenance of global food security has become a major challenge. Biodiversity is regarded as one of the most effective alternatives for climate change resilient farming systems. Plant growth-promoting microbes also facilitate crop growth under diverse stress conditions and mitigate the long-term impacts of climate change. In the present chapter, the possible intervention of beneficial microbes on climate change in relation to plant growth and yield is reviewed. Focus has been given to the negative pressure applied by climate change on crops grown in ...
Rhizobacteria are root-colonizing bacteria that form symbiotic relationships with many plants. The name comes from the Greek rhiza, meaning root. Though parasitic varieties of rhizobacteria exist, the term usually refers to bacteria that form a relationship beneficial for both parties (mutualism). They are an important group of microorganisms used in biofertilizer. Biofertilization accounts for about 65% of the nitrogen supply to crops worldwide.[citation needed] Rhizobacteria are often referred to as plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria, or PGPRs. The term PGPRs was first used by Joseph W. Kloepper in the late 1970s and has become commonly used in scientific literature. PGPRs have different relationships with different species of host plants. The two major classes of relationships are rhizospheric and endophytic. Rhizospheric relationships consist of the PGPRs that colonize the surface of the root, or superficial intercellular spaces of the host plant, often forming root nodules. The dominant ...
Figure 2. Events and causes leading to priming effects. Experiments performed on growth of Pinus densiflora seedling and enzyme activities in soil demonstrated that elevated CO2 concentrations produced different variations in soil chemistry and microbiology. Rhizosphere enzymatic activities, including β-glucosidase, N-acetylglucode mindase and phosphatase increased whereas a decrease of soil moisture, nitrate concentration, and the concentration of soil phenolic compounds was measured (Kim et al., 2010).. Haase et al. (2008) found a complex response to elevated atmospheric CO2 associated to different N supply in the rhizosphere of Phaseolus vulgaris L. An increase of enzyme activities (xylosidase, cellobiosidase and leucine-aminopeptidase) was observed at an early stage of plant growth (12 days after sowing) by elevated CO2, as consequence of an increased release of low-molecular-weight compounds from apical root zones. By contrast, at later stages of plant growth (21 days after sowing), the ...
Position Summary. The Soil Biology Lab in the Department of Plant, Soil and Microbial Sciences invites applications from outstanding candidates for a fixed term Research Associate position in the area of Soil Ecology and Biogeochemistry. This position is funded through the U.S. Department of Energy to Dr. Lisa Tiemann, collaborating with Drs. Sarah Evans, Maren Friesen and James Cole (MMPRNT project website: http://rhizosphere.weebly.com/). The project, currently in its fourth year, is focused on understanding linkages between the rhizosphere microbiome and the plant transcriptome that control plant C allocation in support of N acquisition. We envision this research associate will focus on tracking C flows using pulse-chase and stable isotope probing with amplicon and metagenomic sequencing and/or N-cycling using new high-through-put qPCR system for assessing functional gene expression and abundance.. Position Description (project/duties). Responsibilities will include: Assisting with field work ...
in FEMS microbiology letters (2005), 246(2), 167-74. Actively secreted iron chelating agents termed siderophores play an important role in the virulence and rhizosphere competence of fluorescent pseudomonads, including Pseudomonas aeruginosa which secretes ... [more ▼]. Actively secreted iron chelating agents termed siderophores play an important role in the virulence and rhizosphere competence of fluorescent pseudomonads, including Pseudomonas aeruginosa which secretes a high affinity siderophore, pyoverdine, and the low affinity siderophore, pyochelin. Uptake of the iron-siderophore complexes is an active process that requires specific outer membrane located receptors, which are dependent of the inner membrane-associated protein TonB and two other inner membrane proteins, ExbB and ExbC. P. aeruginosa is also capable of using a remarkable variety of heterologous siderophores as sources of iron, apparently by expressing their cognate receptors. Illustrative of this feature are the 32 (of which ...
Fungal diversity and composition are still relatively unknown in many ecosystems; however, host identity and environmental conditions are hypothesized to influence fungal community assembly. To test these hypotheses we characterized the richness, diversity, and composition of rhizosphere fungi colonizing three alpine plant species, Taraxacum ceratophorum, Taraxacum officinale, and Polemonium viscosum. Roots were collected from open meadow and willow understory habitats at treeline on Pennsylvania Mountain, Colorado, USA. Fungal small subunit ribosomal DNA was sequenced using fungal-specific primers, sample-specific DNA tags, and 454 pyrosequencing. We classified operational taxonomic units (OTUs) as arbuscular mycorrhizal (AMF) or non-arbuscular mycorrhizal (non-AMF) fungi, then tested whether habitat or host identity influenced these fungal communities. Approximately 14% of the sequences represented AMF taxa (44 OTUs) with the majority belonging to Glomus group A and B. NON-AMF sequences ...
The chemical interaction between plants and bacteria in the root zone can lead to soil decontamination. Bacteria which degrade PAHs have been isolated from the rhizospheres of plant species with varied biological traits, however, it is not known what phytochemicals promote contaminant degradation. One monocot and two dicotyledon plants were grown in PAH-contaminated soil from a manufactured gas plant (MGP) site. A phytotoxicity assay confirmed greater soil decontamination in rhizospheres when compared to bulk soil controls. Bacteria were isolated from plant roots (rhizobacteria) and selected for growth on anthracene and chrysene on PAH-amended plates. Rhizosphere isolates metabolized 3- and 4-ring PAHs and PAH catabolic intermediates in liquid incubations. Aromatic root exudate compounds, namely flavonoids and simple phenols, were also substrates for isolated rhizobacteria. In particular, the phenolic compounds - morin, caffeic acid, and protocatechuic acid - appear to be linked to bacterial ...
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Introduction. Pantoea aglomerans is a bacterium in the form of gram- negative bacillus, is considered ubiquitous plant and has been isolated in different environments (soil, water, insects, animals and clinical samples), some isolates have demonstrated the ability of biological control of fungi and bacteria causing of plant diseases (Theo H.M. Smits et al., 2010), have been reported in rhizosphere of Hordeum vulgare, Triticum sp. and Gloxinia alba, are able to fix nitrogen (Jimenez et al., 2007), degrade hydrocarbons and only some strains are capable of producing biosurfactant (BS) (Vasileva-Tonkova y Gesheva, 2006; Gopalakrishnan et al., 2006). The BS surface active molecules are produced by bacteria, fungi, yeast, actinomycetes and others. All BS are amphiphilic, that is, are composed of two polar parts (hydrophilic) and a nonpolar (hydrophobic), the hydrophilic group consisting of mono-, oligo- or polysaccharides, peptides or proteins, and the hydrophobic portion usually contains saturated ...
Plants and microorganisms are constantly engaged in highly dynamic interactions both above- and belowground. Several of these interactions are mediated by volatile organic compounds (VOCs), small carbon-based compounds with high vapor pressure at ambient temperature. In the rhizosphere, VOCs have an advantage in intra- and interorganismal signaling since they can diffuse through soil pores over longer distances than other metabolites and are not dependent on water availability. The research described in this PhD thesis explored how beneficial and pathogenic microorganisms that live in the rhizosphere and endosphere modulate plant growth, development and resistance via the production of VOCs. In vitro and in vivo bioassays as well as different omic approaches, such as volatomics, transcriptomics and genomics, were employed to investigate underlying mechanisms of VOC-mediated microbe-microbe and microbe-plant interactions.. To investigate the diversity and functions of microbial VOCs, a ...
Profiel Prof. Kowalchuk heads the Ecology and Biodiversity research group at Utrecht University, which focuses on the development, maintenance and functioning of biodiversity, as determined by ecological processes and interactions with atmosphere, water and soil. His own multifaceted research program is centered around environmental and rhizosphere microbiology in the context of global change. Specific research foci include environmental genomics of ecologically relevant micro-organisms, rhizosphere ecology, molecular community analysis of bacterial and fungal communities, microbial diversity in the rhizosphere, interactions between aboveground and belowground biota, effects of genetically modified plants on soil communities, and roles of plant-microbe interactions in C and N cycling. Much of this work is related to the development and application of novel molecular and genomics approaches to gain insight not only into the diversity, but also the functions, of the largely unexplored soil ...
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typical plant pathogens such as Pseudomonas syringae we are interested in extreme cases of plant microbe interactions such as Salmonella typhimurium one of the major causes of food poisoning and death in humans S typhimurium is often found in soil samples and can infect and propagate both in animals and plants1 S typhimurium was found to apply a plethora of strategies to infect plants some of which are specific to plants and other are equally used to suppress the human innate immune system2 When bacterial pathogens infect plant leaves they enter through stomata In contrast to abiotic signals which are mediated by ABA we found that stomata have developed a largely independent signalling system for pathogen detection3 4 However soil also hosts and study rhizosphere microbes from plants living in different deserts of the world that enable plants to survive under extreme conditions http www darwin21 net 5 We established different screening protocols for testing the microbial capacity to transfer ...
In the present study, attempts were made to identify the potential of bacterial strains for promoting Arachis hypogaea L. growth. Four hundred and thirty three bacteria were isolated from rhizosphere,
Plant roots associate with a wide diversity of bacteria and archaea across the root-soil spectrum. The rhizosphere microbiota, the communities of microbes in the soil adjacent to the root, can contain up to 10 billion bacterial cells per gram of soil (Raynaud and Nunan, 2014) and can play important roles for the fitness of the host plant. Subsets of the rhizospheric microbiota can colonize the root surface (rhizoplane) and the root interior (endosphere), forming an intimate relationship with the host plant. Compositional analysis of these communities is important to develop tools in order to manipulate root-associated microbiota for increased crop productivity. Due to the reduced cost and increasing throughput of next-generation sequencing, major advances in deciphering these communities have recently been achieved, mainly through the use of amplicon sequencing of the 16S rRNA gene. Here we first present a protocol for dissecting the microbiota from various root compartments, developed using rice as a
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Agricultural soils in Iran are predominantly calcareous with very low plant available phosphorus (P) content. In addition to their beneficial N2-fixing activity with legumes, rhizobia can improve...
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Watt M, Hugenholtz P, White R, Vinall K. Numbers and locations of native bacteria on field-grown wheat roots quantified by fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH). Environ Microbiol. 2006 May8(5):871-84. p.874 table 1PubMed ID16623744 ...
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Iqbal and Ashraf. 2017. Rhizobacteria play an important role in plant defense and could be promising sources of biocontrol agents. Antagonism between soil microorganisms is a common phenomenon.
Cakmakci, R.; Erat, M.; Oral, B.; Erdogan, U.; Sahin, F., 2009: Enzyme activities and growth promotion of spinach by indole-3-acetic acid-producing rhizobacteria
Compadre zoysia was chosen as the grass of choice for the Waterfront project and because it was to be sown by seed, that challenge was even more complicated, as around 12 - 20 weeks were needed after sowing, to have it visitor ready at the opening. Many smaller areas were able to be sown much earlier, and have been grown relatively easily, but much of the main area in front of the hotels was always going to be near the very end, and initially suffered because of that delay that then ran into the weather problems ...
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چکیده علف‌کش‌ها به-طور وسیعی در مزارع مختلف مورد استفاده قرار می-گیرند اما مکانیسم فعل و انفعلات ممکن بین علف‌کش‌ها و بیمارگرهای گیاهی به‌خوبی شناخته نشده است. یکی از مهم‌ترین بیماری‌های سویا، پوسیدگی ذغالی است که عامل آن قارچ Macrophomina phaseolina ، می‌باشد. علف‌کش‌های ایمازتاپیر، تریفلورالین و متری‌بیوزین به ‌صورت -کاربرد خاکی در کشت سویا کاربرد دارند. به-منظور بررسی اثر غلظت‌های مختلف علف‌کش‌های مذکور بر سرعت رشد قارچ، آزمایشی به-صورت فاکتوریل در قالب طرح کاملاً تصادفی در شش تکرار در شرایط آزمایشگاهی انجام گردید. برای هر یک از علف‌کش‌ها، غلظت‌های