Sweet scents from good bacteria: Case studies on bacterial volatile compounds for plant growth and immunity

@article{Chung2015SweetSF,
  title={Sweet scents from good bacteria: Case studies on bacterial volatile compounds for plant growth and immunity},
  author={Joon-hui Chung and Geun Cheol Song and Choong-Min Ryu},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={2015},
  volume={90},
  pages={677-687}
}
Beneficial bacteria produce diverse chemical compounds that affect the behavior of other organisms including plants. Bacterial volatile compounds (BVCs) contribute to triggering plant immunity and promoting plant growth. Previous studies investigated changes in plant physiology caused by in vitro application of the identified volatile compounds or the BVC-emitting bacteria. This review collates new information on BVC-mediated plant-bacteria airborne interactions, addresses unresolved questions… CONTINUE READING
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