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Plant growth promoting Rhizobacteria: An overview

@article{Akhtar2012PlantGP,
  title={Plant growth promoting Rhizobacteria: An overview},
  author={Ambreen Akhtar and Hisamuddin and Merajul Islam Robab and Abbasi and Rushda Sharf},
  journal={Journal of Natural Product and Plant Resources},
  year={2012},
  volume={2},
  pages={19-31}
}
Numerous species of soil bacteria which flourish in the rhizosphere of plants, but which may grow in, on, or around plant tissues, stimulate plant growth by a plethora of mechanisms. These bacteria are collectively known as PGPR (plant growth promoting rhizobacteria).Of the microorganisms that parasitize on nematodes and reduce nematode populations by antagonistic behaviour, bacteria hold an important position where some of them have shown great potential as biocontrol agents. Bacteria destroy… Expand
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