Beneficial and deleterious effects of HCN-producing pseudomonads on rhizosphere interactions

@article{Schippers2004BeneficialAD,
  title={Beneficial and deleterious effects of HCN-producing pseudomonads on rhizosphere interactions},
  author={Bob Schippers and Albert Bakker and Peter A. H. M. Bakker and Ron van Peer},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2004},
  volume={129},
  pages={75-83}
}
Rhizobacteria live around roots but also inside the cortical root tissues by utilizing organic substances released from root cells into the intercellular spaces and the root environment. The effects of metabolites of these rhizosphere-inhabiting bacteria on root physiology and plant development have hardly been studied. However, recent studies indicate that, depending on environmental factors and plant species, certain strains of rhizosphere Pseudomonas spp. and some of their metabolites such… CONTINUE READING

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