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By Dilfuza Egamberdieva, Smriti Shrivastava, Ajit Varma

This booklet describes a few of the purposes of microorganisms in bettering plant progress, future health and the potency of phytochemical production.

The chapters hint themes comparable to the function of PGPRs in enhancing salt tension and heavy steel tolerance in crops; the prevention and keep watch over of plant ailments; boosting soil fertility and agriculture productiveness; the induction of secondary metabolite biosynthesis in medicinal and fragrant crops; the enhancement of phytochemical degrees, and the motion mechanisms, variety and characterization of PGPRs. The experiences can be of curiosity for scientists within the fields of agriculture, microbiology, soil biology, plant breeding and natural medicinal products.

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J Appl Microbiol 102:1283–1292 Schippers B et al (1988) Biological control of pathogens with rhizobacteria. Philos Trans R Soc B Biol Sci 318:283–293. 0010 Sekar S, Kandavel D (2010) Interaction of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) and endophytes with medicinal plants– new avenues for phytochemicals. J Phytol 2:91–100 Sgroy V, Cassan F, Masciarelli O et al (2009) Isolation and characterization of endophytic plant growth-promoting (PGPB) or stress homeostasis-regulating (PSHB) bacteria associated to the halophyte Prosopis strombulifera.

2009). The rhizosphere contains abundant bacteria, fungi, protozoa and nematodes. Some nematodes are feeding on bacteria and fungi. The root exudates in the rhizosphere may control disease suppression and help in nutrient cycling. The different compounds secreted by plant roots into the rhizosphere perform multiple functions. For example, strigolactones stimulate the colonisation of the mycorrhiza fungi and germination of the parasitic plant such as Striga. The flavonoids secreted by the roots of leguminous plants increase the growth of symbiotic and non-symbiotic nitrogen-fixing bacteria, root nodules and nitrogen uptake by plants.

Fasciculatum, A. delicate, S. scutata A. cavernata, A. spinosa, G. fasciculatum, G. geosporum, G. macrocarpum, G. microaggregatum, G. mosseae G. versiforme, G. monosporum, G. mosseae, G. constrictum, G. claroideum G. geosporum, G. constrictum, G. intraradices, G. mosseae, G. macrocarpum, G. fasciculatum, G. versiforme G. intraradices Radhika and Rodrigues (2010) Radhika and Rodrigues (2010) Radhika and Rodrigues (2010) Radhika and Rodrigues (2010) Radhika and Rodrigues (2010) Cho et al. (2009) Zhang et al.

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