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Azospirillum brasilense FP2 modulates respiratory burst oxidase gene expression in maize seedlings. Quantification of Grass Colonization by Associative Bacteria. Global expression analysis of the response to microaerobiosis reveals an important cue for endophytic establishment of Azoarcus sp. Molecular adaptations of Herbaspirillum seropedicae during colonization of the maize rhizosphere.

Novel plant growth promoting rhizobacteria—Prospects and potential. Rice responds to endophytic colonization which is independent of the common symbiotic signaling pathway. Microscopic and proteomic analysis of Zea mays roots P30F53 variety inoculated with Azospirillum brasilense strain FP2. Microbial community structure and functional diversity of nitrogen-fixing bacteria associated with Colophospermum mopane.

Robust biological nitrogen fixation in a model grass-bacterial association. Nitrogen signalling in plant interactions with associative and endophytic diazotrophic bacteria. Identification of six differentially accumulated proteins of Zea mays seedlings DKB variety inoculated with Azospirillum brasilense strain FP2. Inside the root microbiome: Bacterial root endophytes and plant growth promotion. Possible contribution of Bradyrhizobium on nitrogen fixation in sweet potatoes. Crosstalk between endophytes and a plant host within information-processing networks.

Benefits Associated with the Interaction of Endophytic Bacteria and Plants

Biological nitrogen fixation in non-legume plants. Bacterial Endophytes: Who and Where, and What are they doing there?


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Transcriptomic analysis of responses to exudates reveal genes required for rhizosphere competence of the endophyte Azoarcus sp. Strain BH72 Interactions. A novel regulatory role of the Rnf complex of Azoarcus sp. Predominant nifH transcript phylotypes related to Rhizobium rosettiformans in field-grown sugarcane plants and in Norway spruce. Legumes in the reclamation of marginal soils, from cultivar and inoculant selection to transgenic approaches. Herbaspirillum seropedicae rfbB and rfbC genes are required for maize colonization.

Rice Endophytic Diazotrophic Bacteria. Plant—microbes interactions in enhanced fertilizer-use efficiency. Mass spectrometric characterization of the covalent modification of the nitrogenase Fe-protein in Azoarcus sp.

Microbial Root Endophytes

The communities of endophytic diazotrophic bacteria in cultivated rice Oryza sativa L. Colonization and growth promotion characteristics of Enterobacter sp.


  1. ANALYSING THE ENDOPHYTIC LIFESTYLE.
  2. Work Out Principles of Accounts for First Examinations.
  3. Introduction.
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  5. Computational Modeling of Homogeneous Catalysis (Catalysis by Metal Complexes).
  6. Potential effect of melanised endophytic fungi on levels of organic carbon within an Alfisol.
  7. Use of nitrogen-fixing bacteria as biofertiliser for non-legumes: prospects and challenges. Evaluation of PCR primers for universal nifH gene targeting and for assessment of transcribed nifH pools in roots of Oryza longistaminata with and without low nitrogen input. Colonization behavior of bacterium Burkholderia cepacia inside the Oryza sativa roots visualized using green fluorescent protein reporter.

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    Influence of inoculation technique on the endophytic colonization of rice by Pantoea sp. Genetic diversity analysis of diazotrophs in the rice rhizosphere. Measuring N2 Fixation in the Field.

    Colonization and Nitrogen-Fixing Ability of Herbaspirillum sp. Diversity and expression of nitrogenase genes nifH from ectomycorrhizas of Corsican pine Pinus nigra. Complete genome of the mutualistic, N2-fixing grass endophyte Azoarcus sp. Bacterial Endophytes and Their Interactions with Hosts.

    Intracellular colonization of roots of Arabidopsis and crop plants by Gluconacetobacter diazotrophicus. Influence of different Oryza cultivars on expression of nifH gene pools in roots of rice.

    Plant roots may not only be colonized by mycorrhizal fungi, but also by a myriad of bacterial and fungal root endophytes that are usually not considered by the investigators of classic symbioses. This is the first book dedicated to the interactions of non-mycorrhizal microbial endophytes with plant roots.

    The phenotypes of these interactions can be extremely plastic, depending on environmental factors, nutritional status, genetic disposition and developmental stages of the two partners. The book deals with diversity, life history strategies, interactions, applications in agriculture and forestry, methods for isolation, cultivation, and both conventional and molecular methods for identification and detection of these endophytes. The comprehensive reviews demonstrate the high diversity of interactions and will provoke further studies to better understand the mechanisms which determine whether a plant-microbial interaction remains asymptomatic, leads to disease or to a mutualistic interaction.

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