Microbial cooperation in the rhizosphere improves liquorice growth under salt stress.

  title={Microbial cooperation in the rhizosphere improves liquorice growth under salt stress.},
  author={Dilfuza R Egamberdieva and Stephan J. Wirth and Li Li and Elsayed Fathi Abd-Allah and Kristina Lindstr{\"o}m},
  volume={8 4},
Liquorice (Glycyrrhiza uralensis Fisch.) is one of the most widely used plants in food production, and it can also be used as an herbal medicine or for reclamation of salt-affected soils. Under salt stress, inhibition of plant growth, nutrient acquisition and symbiotic interactions between the medicinal legume liquorice and rhizobia have been observed. We recently evaluated the interactions between rhizobia and root-colonizing Pseudomonas in liquorice grown in potting soil and observed… CONTINUE READING
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