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Application of Natural Blends of Phytochemicals Derived from the Root Exudates of Arabidopsis to the Soil Reveal That Phenolic-related Compounds Predominantly Modulate the Soil Microbiome*
Background: Roots can alter the rhizosphere microbial composition presumably by the secretion of root exudates. Results: Natural blends of phytochemicals present in the root exudates can modulate theExpand
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Changes in biochemical and microbiological parameters during the period of rapid composting of dairy manure with rice chaff.
Various parameters were measured during the period of composting of dairy manure and rice chaff in different ratios (dairy manure/rice chaff=V/V, pile 1: 75/25; pile 2: 80/20; pile 3: 85/15) toExpand
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Characterization of a thermostable β-glucosidase from Aspergillus fumigatus Z5, and its functional expression in Pichia pastoris X33
BackgroundRecently, the increased demand of energy has strongly stimulated the research on the conversion of lignocellulosic biomass into reducing sugars for the subsequent production, andExpand
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Responses of Bacterial Communities in Arable Soils in a Rice-Wheat Cropping System to Different Fertilizer Regimes and Sampling Times
Soil physicochemical properties, soil microbial biomass and bacterial community structures in a rice-wheat cropping system subjected to different fertilizer regimes were investigated in two seasonsExpand
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Application of bio-organic fertilizer can control Fusarium wilt of cucumber plants by regulating microbial community of rhizosphere soil
Fusarium wilt, caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cucumerinum J. H. Owen, results in considerable yield losses for cucumber plants. A bio-organic fertilizer (BIO), which was a combination of manureExpand
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Pyrosequencing Reveals Contrasting Soil Bacterial Diversity and Community Structure of Two Main Winter Wheat Cropping Systems in China
Microbes are key components of the soil environment, playing an important role in maintaining soil health, sustainability, and productivity. The composition and structure of soil bacterialExpand
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Effects of different plant root exudates and their organic acid components on chemotaxis, biofilm formation and colonization by beneficial rhizosphere-associated bacterial strains
AimIt is necessary to understand the roles of root exudates involved in plant-microbe interactions to inform practical application of beneficial rhizosphere microbial strains.MethodsColonization ofExpand
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Induced maize salt tolerance by rhizosphere inoculation of Bacillus amyloliquefaciens SQR9.
  • Lin Chen, Y. Liu, +4 authors R. Zhang
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Physiologia plantarum
  • 1 September 2016
Salt stress reduces plant growth and is now becoming one of the most important factors restricting agricultural productivity. Inoculation of plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) has been shownExpand
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Production and characterization of acidophilic xylanolytic enzymes from Penicillium oxalicum GZ-2.
Multiple acidophilic xylanolytic enzymes were produced by Penicillium oxalicum GZ-2 during growth on wheat straw, rice straw, corn stover, and wheat bran. The expression of xylanase isoforms wasExpand
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Diversity of organophosphorus pesticide-degrading bacteria in a polluted soil and conservation of their organophosphorus hydrolase genes.
Seven methyl parathion-degrading bacteria were isolated from a long-term methyl parathion contaminated soil and were found to belong to the genera Pseudaminobacter, Achromobacter, Brucella, andExpand
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