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PGPR regulate caspase-like activity, programmed cell death, and antioxidant enzyme activity in paddy under salinity
This study shows that inoculation of paddy with such bacteria could provide salt-tolerant ability by reducing the toxicity of reactive oxygen species by reducing plant cell membrane index, cell caspase-like protease activity, and programmed cell death and hence resulted in increase cell viability.
PTC Direct In vitro Propagation of Asparagus adscendens Roxb.
A very high rate of multiple shoots was obtained from nodal explants of Asparagus adscendens Roxb and rhizomes of both in vivo mother plants and their in vitro regenerated counterparts were collected followed by their comparative phytochemical fingerprinting studies through HPTLC, which did not reveal anyphytochemical variation among the regenerants.
Paddy physiology and enzymes level is regulated by rhizobacteria under saline stress
It is suggested that inoculation with Pseudomonas pseudoalcaligenes and Bacillus pumilus resulted in change of ascorbate peroxidase, nitrate reductase activity and plant growth parameters such as root length, chlorophyll content, RWC, stomatal conductance and membrane stability index under salinity.
Combination of endophytic and rhizospheric plant growth promoting rhizobacteria in Oryza sativa shows higher accumulation of osmoprotectant against saline stress
It is shown that inoculation of paddy rice (Oryza sativa L.) with a mixture of endophytic and rhizospheric bacteria could serve as a useful tool for alleviating salinity stress.
Endophytic Pseudomonas pseudoalcaligenes shows better response against the Magnaporthe grisea than a rhizospheric Bacillus pumilus in Oryza sativa (Rice)
Two plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR), one identified as rhizospheric Bacillus pumilus and other as endophytic Pseudomonas pseudoalcaligenes, were isolated from the root surface as well as…
EFFECT OF AGE OF SEEDLINGS, WEED MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND HUMIC ACID APPLICATION ON SYSTEM OF RICE INTENSIFICATION
Transplanting 14 days old seedlings with pre emergence application of Pretilachlor and humic acid application as seedling dip significantly reduced weed growth and improved growth parameters, yield attributes and yield of rice.
Paddy plants inoculated with PGPR show better growth physiology and nutrient content under saline condition
Results suggested that inoculation with PGPR Bacillus pumilus and Pseudomonas pseudoalcaligenes in salt-stressed plants could help to alleviate salt stress in the paddy.
Regulation of Plant Physiology and Antioxidant Enzymes for Alleviating Salinity Stress by Potassium-Mobilizing Bacteria
Inoculation of KSM is found to be promising to induce growth of plants under 2.3–3.5 dSm−1 salinity levels and low availability of P and K, protecting the plants from salinity injury by enhancing their growth-related physiology and lipid peroxidation.
Reduced cell death and improved cell membrane integrity in rice under salinity by root associated bacteria
It was concluded that both P. aeruginosa and B. megaterium provide protection against NaCl-induced cell death by decreasing levels of ROS accumulation and lipid peroxidation as well as improvement of membrane integrity.
Laticiferous taxa as a source of energy and hydrocarbon
Data indicate that the majority of the species under investigation may be considered for large-scale cultivation as an alternative source of rubber, intermediate energy, and other phytochemicals.