Some biological and ecological aspects of the Rhizosphere effect

  title={Some biological and ecological aspects of the Rhizosphere effect},
  author={J. Macura},
  journal={Folia Microbiologica},
When considering interrelations between a microbial population and macroorganism in general terms the criterion may be used of whether they are useful or harmful for one of the components or whether they are indifferent. On the other hand, in a system of a close association of a plant and microorganisms in the soil environment, classification of mutual relationships and their interpretat ion are very difficult. Not only does the plant affect the environment and microbes in the proximity of… CONTINUE READING

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