Sylvia Schnell

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From the rhizosphere of two salt tolerant plant species, Hordeum secalinum and Plantago winteri growing in a naturally salt meadow, 100 strains were isolation on enrichment media for various plant(More)
Agriculturally used soils (Kastanozems) of experimental fields in the Mashavera Valley in southeast Georgia show various degrees of trace metal contamination (Cd, Cu, and Zn). Therefore, one part of(More)
Plant seeds are emerging micro–habitats, whose importance as reservoir and vector of beneficial microbes just begins to be recognized. Here we aimed to characterize the bacterial microbiota of the(More)
Two Gram-reaction-negative, aerobic, nitrogen-fixing, rod-shaped bacteria, designated strains E20 and E50(T), were isolated from the rhizosphere of salt meadow plants Plantago winteri and Hordeum(More)