Survival Strategies of the Plant-Associated Bacterium Enterobacter sp. Strain EG16 under Cadmium Stress.

@article{Chen2016SurvivalSO,
  title={Survival Strategies of the Plant-Associated Bacterium Enterobacter sp. Strain EG16 under Cadmium Stress.},
  author={Yanmei Chen and Yuanqing Chao and Yaying Li and Qingqi Lin and Jun Hua Bai and Lu Tang and Shizhong Wang and Rongrong Ying and Rongliang Qiu},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={82 6},
  pages={
          1734-1744
        }
}
  • Yanmei Chen, Yuanqing Chao, +6 authors Rongliang Qiu
  • Published in
    Applied and environmental…
    2016
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Plant-associated bacteria are of great interest because of their potential use in phytoremediation. However, their ability to survive and promote plant growth in metal-polluted soils remains unclear. In this study, a soilborne Cd-resistant bacterium was isolated and identified as Enterobacter sp. strain EG16. It tolerates high external Cd concentrations (Cd(2+) MIC, >250 mg liter(-1)) and is able to produce siderophores and the plant hormone indole-3-acetic acid (IAA), both of which contribute… CONTINUE READING

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