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Phosphorus solubilizing bacteria: Occurrence, mechanisms and their role in crop production

@inproceedings{Khan2009PhosphorusSB,
  title={Phosphorus solubilizing bacteria: Occurrence, mechanisms and their role in crop production},
  author={Abid Ali Khan and Ghulam Jilani and Akhtar and Syed Muhammad Saqlan Naqvi and Munawwer Rasheed},
  year={2009}
}
Plants acquire phosphorus from soil solution as phosphate anion. It is the least mobile element in plant and soil contrary to other macronutrients. It precipitates in soil as orthophosphate or is absorbed by Fe and Al oxides through legend exchange. Phosphorus solubilizing bacteria play role in phosphorus nutrition by enhancing its availability to plants through release from inorganic and organic soil P pools by solubilization and mineralization. Principal mechanism in soil for mineral… 

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