In situ stable isotope probing of phosphate-solubilizing bacteria in the hyphosphere.

  title={In situ stable isotope probing of phosphate-solubilizing bacteria in the hyphosphere.},
  author={Fei Wang and Ning Shi and Rongfeng Jiang and Fusuo Zhang and Gu Feng},
  journal={Journal of experimental botany},
  volume={67 6},
This study used a [(13)C]DNA stable isotope probing (SIP) technique to elucidate a direct pathway for the translocation of (13)C-labeled photoassimilate from maize plants to extraradical mycelium-associated phosphate-solubilizing bacteria (PSB) that mediate the mineralization and turnover of soil organic phosphorus (P) in the hyphosphere. Inoculation with PSB alone did not provide any benefit to maize plants but utilized the added phytate-P to their own advantage, while inoculation with… CONTINUE READING
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