Selection of specific endophytic bacterial genotypes by plants in response to soil contamination.

@article{Siciliano2001SelectionOS,
  title={Selection of specific endophytic bacterial genotypes by plants in response to soil contamination.},
  author={Steven Douglas Siciliano and Nathalie Fortin and Anca Mihoc and G. Wisse and Suzanne Labelle and Danielle Beaumier and David A. Ouellette and Ramaballav Roy and Lyle G. Whyte and M. Katherine Banks and Paul A. Schwab and Keunsub Lee and Charles W Greer},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={67 6},
  pages={
          2469-75
        }
}
Plant-bacterial combinations can increase contaminant degradation in the rhizosphere, but the role played by indigenous root-associated bacteria during plant growth in contaminated soils is unclear. The purpose of this study was to determine if plants had the ability to selectively enhance the prevalence of endophytes containing pollutant catabolic genes in unrelated environments contaminated with different pollutants. At petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated sites, two genes encoding hydrocarbon… CONTINUE READING

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