Characterization of mineral phosphate solubilization traits from a barley rhizosphere soil functional metagenome

@inproceedings{Chhabra2013CharacterizationOM,
  title={Characterization of mineral phosphate solubilization traits from a barley rhizosphere soil functional metagenome},
  author={Sagar Chhabra and Dina Brazil and John E. Morrissey and James I. Burke and Fergal O'Gara and David N Dowling},
  booktitle={MicrobiologyOpen},
  year={2013}
}
Mineral phosphate solubilization (MPS) microorganisms are important for their provision of orthophosphate anions for plant growth promotion activity in soil. In this study, we applied a functional metagenomic approach to identify this trait directly from the microbiome in barley rhizosphere soil that had not received P fertilizer over a 15-year period. A fosmid system was used to clone the metagenome of which 18,000 clones (~666 Mb of DNA) was screened for MPS. Functional assays and High… CONTINUE READING
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