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Development of Bio-Fertilizers and its Future Perspective

  title={Development of Bio-Fertilizers and its Future Perspective},
  author={Swapna Latha Aggani},
Global warming and climate change have resulted in unexpected drought, stormy rainfalls, extremely high temperature, cold damage and hurricanes in many places around the world where such disastrous tragedy had never occurred in the past decades. Establishing an environmental friendly co-existing mechanism on earth is of vital importance. In recent years, agrochemicals are extensively applied to obtain higher yield. Intensive application of agrochemicals leads to several agricultural problems… 
Utilization of Microbial Consortia as Biofertilizers and Biopesticides for the Production of Feasible Agricultural Product
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Study of Phosphate Solubilization Efficiencies of Fungi and Bacteria Isolated From Saline belt of Purna river basin
The soil in the identified saline area of Amravati district, India was investigated for the study of phosphate solubilization by fungi and bacteria. In the present study 107 samples were collected
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Segregation of Nitrogen Fixation and Oxygenic Photosynthesis in the Marine Cyanobacterium Trichodesmium
It is postulate that in the early evolutionary phase of oxygenic photosynthesis, nitrogenase served as an electron acceptor for anaerobic heterotrophic metabolism and that PSI was favored by selection because it provided a micro-anaerobic environment for N2 fixation in cyanobacteria.
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