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Arsenic toxicity in soybean seedlings and their attenuation mechanisms.
Even though vast areas contaminated with arsenic (As) are under soybean (Glycine max) cultivation, little is known about the growth and intrinsic antioxidant metabolism of soybean in response to AsExpand
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Effect of arsenic on tolerance mechanisms of two plant growth-promoting bacteria used as biological inoculants.
Bacterial ability to colonize the rhizosphere of plants in arsenic (As) contaminated soils is highly important for symbiotic and free-living plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) used asExpand
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Brassica napus hairy roots and rhizobacteria for phenolic compounds removal
Phenolic compounds are contaminants frequently found in water and soils. In the last years, some technologies such as phytoremediation have emerged to remediate contaminated sites. Plants alone areExpand
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Arsenic stress induces changes in lipid signalling and evokes the stomata closure in soybean.
Soybean (Glycine max) is often exposed to high arsenic (As) level in soils or through irrigation with groundwater. In previous studies on As-treated soybean seedlings we showed deleterious effect onExpand
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Impact of double inoculation with Bradyrhizobium japonicum E109 and Azospirillum brasilense Az39 on soybean plants grown under arsenic stress.
Inoculation practice with plant growth-promoting bacteria (PGPB) has been proposed as a good biotechnological tool to enhance plant performance and alleviate heavy metal/metalloid stress. Soybean isExpand
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Improving soybean growth under arsenic stress by inoculation with native arsenic-resistant bacteria.
Certain metal (loid)-resistant bacteria that inhabit the rhizosphere have shown to improve plant growth and tolerance under toxic metal stress. In this study, we tested if six native,Expand