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The Nodule Microbiome: N2-Fixing Rhizobia Do Not Live Alone
The presence of other bacteria, which are not typical rhizobia, are often detected within nodules obtained from soil, thus revealing the existence of a phytomicrobiome where the interaction among the individuals is not only complex, but also likely to affect the behavior and fitness of the host plant.
Use of Rhizobium leguminosarum as a potential biofertilizer for Lactuca sativa and Daucus carota crops
In this study, the in vitro plant-growth-promotion mechanisms of a Rhizobium leguminosarum strain named PEPV16 isolated from Phaseolus vulgaris nodules confirmed the suitability of RhizOBium as biofertilizer for nonlegumes.
The rhizosphere microbiome of burned holm-oak: potential role of the genus Arthrobacter in the recovery of burned soils
- A. Fernández-González, P. Martínez-Hidalgo, +5 authors M. Fernández-López
- Biology, MedicineScientific Reports
- 20 July 2017
The results indicate that isolated Arthrobacter strains present a very high genetic diversity, and they could play an important ecological role in interaction with the host plant by enhancing aerial growth and degrading organic polymers in vitro.
Core and symbiotic genes reveal nine Mesorhizobium genospecies and three symbiotic lineages among the rhizobia nodulating Cicer canariense in its natural habitat (La Palma, Canary Islands).
Symbiotic Burkholderia Species Show Diverse Arrangements of nif/fix and nod Genes and Lack Typical High-Affinity Cytochrome cbb3 Oxidase Genes.
- S. D. De Meyer, Leah Briscoe, +8 authors A. Hirsch
- Biology, MedicineMolecular plant-microbe interactions : MPMI
- 30 June 2016
A complex symbiosis acquisition history in the beta-rhizobia is revealed that clearly separates the mimosoid and papilionoid nodulating groups, and nifA is highly divergent between both groups, but the papilionoids species n ifA is more similar to alpha-rhZobia nifC than to other groups.
Micromonospora from nitrogen fixing nodules of alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.). A new promising Plant Probiotic Bacteria.
- P. Martínez-Hidalgo, P. Galindo‐Villardón, J. Igual, E. Martı́nez-Molina
- Biology, MedicineScientific reports
- 17 September 2014
Results indicate that Micromonospora acts as a Rhizobia Helper Bacteria (RHB) agent and has probiotic effects, promoting plant growth and increasing nutrition efficiency, and its ecological role, biotechnological potential and advantages as a plant probiotic bacterium (PPB) are discussed.
Induced systemic resistance against Botrytis cinerea by Micromonospora strains isolated from root nodules
Nodule isolated Micromonospora strains should be considered excellent candidates as biocontrol agents as they combine both direct antifungal activity against plant pathogens and the ability to prime plant immunity.
Reclassification of strains MAFF 303099T and R7A into Mesorhizobiumjaponicum sp. nov.
- P. Martínez-Hidalgo, M. Ramírez-Bahena, +5 authors E. Velázquez
- Biology, MedicineInternational journal of systematic and…
- 1 December 2016
The analysis of recA and glnII gene sequeces showed that M. jarvisii ATCC 33669T and M. huakuii USDA 4779T are the most closely related strains to MAFF 303099T and R7A, with similarity values suggesting that these two strains belong to a different species for which MAFF 29417T is selected as the type strain.
Antifungal Activity of Bacillus Species Against Fusarium and Analysis of the Potential Mechanisms Used in Biocontrol
A multivariate mode of antagonism of 30VD-1 against phytopathogenic Fusarium spp.
Chitinase-producing bacteria and their role in biocontrol
Chitinolytic microorganisms are likely to play an important role as biocontrol agents and pathogen antagonists and may also function in the control of postharvest rot.