Allaoua Silini

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The use of microbial technology in agriculture is expanding quickly with the identification of new bacterial strains which are more effective in promoting the growth of plants. The rhizobacteria that promote the growth of plants can have a positive effect on the productivity of crops especially when subjected to salt stress. A nitrogen-fixing bacterium was(More)
The rhizobacteria that promote the growth of plants can have a positive effect on the productivity of crops, especially in stress conditions. Among the plant -growth -promoting (PGP) rhizobacteria (PGPR) cluster, Bacillus spp. are among the genera with most potential due to their spore forming ability, thereby increasing the adaptation of Bacillus strains(More)
The effect of plant growth-promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) and exogenous application of compatible solutes on seed germination and root concentrations of sodium and potassium of two wheat varieties (Triticum durum L.) were evaluated under saline stress. In this experiment, Azotobacter vinelandii strain DSM85, glycine betaine and proline were used. Inoculated(More)
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