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Genome Insights into the Novel Species Microvirga brassicacearum, a Rapeseed Endophyte with Biotechnological Potential
Plants harbor a diversity of microorganisms constituting the plant microbiome. Many bioinoculants for agricultural crops have been isolated from plants. Nevertheless, plants are an underexploredExpand
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Effective Colonization of Spinach Root Surface by Rhizobium
Plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria are a group of bacteria able to promote plant growth and increase crop productivity. For a successful and effective bacteria–plant association, microorganismExpand
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On the bright side of a forest pest-the metabolic potential of bark beetles' bacterial associates.
Bark beetles reproduce and overwinter under the bark of trees, and are associated with bacteria that may influence the fitness of their hosts. As regard the aim of this study was to test theExpand
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Discovery of Phloeophagus Beetles as a Source of Pseudomonas Strains That Produce Potentially New Bioactive Substances and Description of Pseudomonas bohemica sp. nov.
Antimicrobial resistance is a worldwide problem that threatens the effectiveness of treatments for microbial infection. Consequently, it is essential to study unexplored niches that can serve for theExpand
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Probiotic activities of Rhizobium laguerreae on growth and quality of spinach
The growing interest in a healthy lifestyle and in environmental protection is changing habits regarding food consumption and agricultural practices. Good agricultural practice is indispensable,Expand
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Plant probiotic bacteria enhance the quality of fruit and horticultural crops
The negative effects on the environment and human health caused by the current farming systems based on the overuse of chemical fertilizers have been reported in many studies. By contrast, bacterialExpand
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Mealworm frass as a potential biofertilizer and abiotic stress tolerance-inductor in plants
Abstract Frass from the insect Tenebrio molitor can be applied as an organic fertilizer due to its nutritional content. In this study insects were fed on different types of food producing excrementExpand
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Bacterial Probiotics: A Truly Green Revolution
Throughout history, the evolution and progress of all human civilizations have been closely linked to the evolution and development of agriculture, since this is the basis of food production toExpand
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Increase in phenolic compounds of Coriandrum sativum L. after the application of a Bacillus halotolerans biofertilizer.
BACKGROUND The world urgently needs a new sustainable way of satisfying the increasing demand for food. One of the main challenges is replacing chemical fertilizers with biofertilizers, which includeExpand
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