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Plant-growth-promoting compounds produced by two agronomically important strains of Azospirillum brasilense, and implications for inoculant formulation
Az39 and Cd showed differential capability to produce the five major phytohormones and CAD in chemically defined medium, which has important technological implications for inoculant formulation as different concentrations of growth regulators are produced by different strains or culture conditions.
Perturbation of spermine synthase Gene Expression and Transcript Profiling Provide New Insights on the Role of the Tetraamine Spermine in Arabidopsis Defense against Pseudomonas viridiflava1[C][W]
The idea that spermine contributes to plant resistance to P. viridiflava is supported, as well as several families of disease resistance genes, transcription factors, kinases, and nucleotide- and DNA/RNA-binding proteins were identified.
Cadaverine production by Azospirillum brasilense and its possible role in plant growth promotion and osmotic stress mitigation
Apoplastic Polyamine Oxidation Plays Different Roles in Local Responses of Tobacco to Infection by the Necrotrophic Fungus Sclerotinia sclerotiorum and the Biotrophic Bacterium Pseudomonas…
It can be concluded that accumulation and further oxidation of free PAs in the leaf apoplast of tobacco plants occurs in a similar, although not identical way during tobacco defense against infection by microorganisms with contrasting pathogenesis strategies.
A LOV Protein Modulates the Physiological Attributes of Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. citri Relevant for Host Plant Colonization
Recent studies have demonstrated that an appropriate light environment is required for the establishment of efficient vegetal resistance responses in several plant-pathogen interactions. The…
Modulation of polyamine balance in Lotus glaber by salinity and arbuscular mycorrhiza.
Spermine accumulation under salt stress.
- S. Maiale, D. H. Sanchez, A. Guirado, A. Vidal, O. Ruiz
- Biology, MedicineJournal of plant physiology
The data presented suggest that spermine accumulation is not a salt tolerance trait and no reduction in leaf injury associated with salt stress in both cultivars.
Ecological and agronomic importance of the plant genus Lotus. Its application in grassland sustainability and the amelioration of constrained and contaminated soils.
Phosphate‐solubilization mechanism and in vitro plant growth promotion activity mediated by Pantoea eucalypti isolated from Lotus tenuis rhizosphere in the Salado River Basin (Argentina)
- L. N. Castagno, M. J. Estrella, A. Sannazzaro, A. Grassano, O. Ruiz
- BiologyJournal of applied microbiology
- 1 May 2011
To further selection of the most promising strains to inoculate and improve the implantation and persistence of Lotus tenuis in the most important area devoted to meat‐cow production in Argentina.
Alleviation of salt stress in Lotus glaber by Glomus intraradices
Prevention of Na+ accumulation in the plant and enhancement of K+ concentrations in roots observed in this work could be part of the general mechanism of salt stress alleviation of L. glaber by G. intraradices.