Identification of Molecular Marker and Aggressiveness for Different Groups of Bipolaris sorokiniana Isolates Causing Spot Blotch Disease in Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
The study indicated that the RAPD primers provide an easy, rapid, and simple technique for the preliminary assessment of genetic diversity among the fungal isolates.
Antibiotics Resistance in Rhizobium: Type, Process, Mechanism and Benefit for Agriculture
This review describes the different modes of action of different antibiotics, the types of antibiotic resistance exhibited by rhizobia, the mechanisms of acquisition of antibiotics resistance in Rhizobia and the levels of tolerance of different rhizobial species to different antibiotics.
Widespread Distribution of Highly Adapted Bradyrhizobium Species Nodulating Diverse Legumes in Africa
It is shown that many African food legumes are nodulated by bradyrhizobia, with greater diversity in Southern Africa compared to other parts of Africa.
Distribution and Phylogeny of Microsymbionts Associated with Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) Nodulation in Three Agroecological Regions of Mozambique
The results revealed a group of highly diverse and adapted cowpea-nodulating microsymbionts which included Bradyrhizobium pachyrhIZi, Bradyrhozobium arachidis,BradyrhZobium yuanmingense, and a novel BradyrHizobia sp.
Rhizobia as a Source of Plant Growth-Promoting Molecules: Potential Applications and Possible Operational Mechanisms
- S. Jaiswal, M. Mohammed, Fadimata Y. I. Ibny, F. Dakora
- BiologyFrontiers in Sustainable Food Systems
- 27 January 2021
A deeper understanding of their synergistic interactions may be useful in alleviating the effects of multiple plant stress factors for increased growth and productivity.
African origin of Bradyrhizobium populations nodulating Bambara groundnut (Vigna subterranea L. Verdc) in Ghanaian and South African soils
The results showed that a cropping history and physico-chemical environment of soils increased bradyrhizobial diversity in Ghana and South Africa and the grouping of isolates according to symbiotic gene (nifH and nodD) phylogenies revealed inter- and intra-specific symbiotic plasmid transfer and different evolutionary history.
DFT study of molecular geometries and vibrational characteristics of uracil and its thio-derivatives and their radical cations.
Determination of genetic relationships among elite thermosensitive genic male sterile lines (TGMS) of rice (Oryza sativa L.) employing morphological and simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers
A set of morphological traits and SSR markers were used to determine the genetic relationship among 12 elite thermosensitive genic male sterile lines developed at three different research institutions of India and revealed a very poor association.
Genotypic Characterization of Phage-Typed Indigenous Soybean Bradyrhizobia and Their Host Range Symbiotic Effectiveness
Analysis of genetic diversity among indigenous rhizobia and its symbiotic effectiveness with soybean cultivar is important for development of knowledge about rhizobial ecology and the present study provides information on genetic diversity and host range symbiosis of indigenous soybeanrhizobia typed by different phages.
Nature and mechanisms of aluminium toxicity, tolerance and amelioration in symbiotic legumes and rhizobia
- S. Jaiswal, Judith Naamala, F. Dakora
- Environmental ScienceBiology and Fertility of Soils
- 12 February 2018
Current understanding of crop productivity in high Al soils suggests that a much greater future accumulation of Al is likely to occur in agricultural soils globally if crop irrigation is increased under a changing climate.