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Effect of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) inoculation on microbial community structure in rhizosphere of forage corn cultivated in Thailand
The results demonstrated that dominant species in microbial community structure were not interfered by PGPR, but strongly influenced by plant development. Expand
Anaerobic Nitrogen-Fixing Consortia Consisting of Clostridia Isolated from Gramineous Plants
Results indicate that clostridia are naturally occurring endophytes in gramineous plants and thatClostridial N2 fixation arises in association with nondiazotrophicendophytes. Expand
Anomaly detection in wireless sensor networks using self-organizing map and wavelets
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) have been applied in agriculture monitoring to monitor and collect various physical attributes within a specific area. It is important to detect data anomalies toExpand
Growth, Survival and Field Performance of Bradyrhizobial Liquid Inoculant Formulations with Polymeric Additives
Liquid inoculant has become a preferred method for inoculating legumes with bradyrhizobia. Finely ground peat has been the standard of quality for inoculants for many years. Suitable peat for anExpand
The communities of endophytic diazotrophic bacteria in cultivated rice (Oryza sativa L.)
It is demonstrated that nifH gene expression could be differently detected in each part and growth stage of rice plants as well as being influenced by soil nitrogen status, and plant tissue type was found to dictate the endophytic diazotrophic community structure rather than the type of soil or fertilizer amendment. Expand
Anomaly detection using self-organizing map and wavelets in wireless sensor networks
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) have been developed and extensively applied in agriculture monitoring to monitor and collect various physical attributes within a specific area or environment ofExpand
The Type III Secretion System (T3SS) is a Determinant for Rice-Endophyte Colonization by Non-Photosynthetic Bradyrhizobium
The results suggest that T3SS is one of the important determinants modulating rice infection; however, type IV secretion system and peces may also be responsible for the early steps of rice infection. Expand
Rhizobium–legume symbiosis in the absence of Nod factors: two possible scenarios with or without the T3SS
Data indicate that two NF-independent symbiotic processes are possible between legumes and rhizobia: one dependent on a T3SS and one using a so far unknown mechanism. Expand
Genome Analysis Suggests that the Soil Oligotrophic Bacterium Agromonas oligotrophica (Bradyrhizobium oligotrophicum) Is a Nitrogen-Fixing Symbiont of Aeschynomene indica
The present results indicate that soil-dwelling A. oligotrophica generally possesses the ability to establish symbiosis with A. indica, a common trait of nodABC- and symbiosis island-lacking strains within the members of the photosynthetic Bradyrhizobium clade. Expand
Identification of two clusters of genes involved in salt tolerance in Sinorhizobium sp. strain BL3
When two clusters of genes involved in salt tolerance were transferred to salt-sensitive Rhizobium and Bradyrhizobiam, the transconjugants showed increased tolerance to salt stress. Expand