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Bashan

(bā`shän), fertile plain E of the Jordan and the Sea of Galilee from the latitude of Haifa northward to that of Tyre. According to Hebrew tradition, it was conquered by the Israelites and given to the half tribe of Manasseh.
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Estos resultados apoyan la hipotesis propuesta por Bashan y Levanony (1990), en la que sostienen que existen varios mecanismos involucrados en la asociacion planta-microorganismo, que actuan simultaneamente, y cuya suma, bajo condiciones ambientales favorables, deviene en los cambios observados en el crecimiento de las plantas.
The production of phytohormones is considered as the main responsible for the positive response of plants to coinoculation of growth-promoting bacteria, for stimulating alterations in the morphology of the root system (Bashan & De-Bashan, 2010), causing increase in the number of root hairs and mean diameter of lateral and adventitious roots (Dobbelaere et al., 2003; Barbaro et al., 2008).
Lamia Bashan, owner of the old building, confirmed that her mother's uncle, Mohammad Ali Abdu, built the house.
During the general fighting on the east side of the Jordan, one of the Manasseh clans had conquered a large section of the Gilead and Bashan but had hesitated to make any radical requests for settlement.
Plant growth promoting (PGP) microbes exert beneficial effects on growth and development of plants (Bashan, 2005).
The White & Case team which advised Shenzhen Hepalink on the transaction was led by partner Alex Zhang (Shanghai) and included partners Daniel Latham (New York), George Paul, Richard Burke, Rebecca Farrington (Washington, DC), and Jean-Paul Tran Thiet (Paris), who were supported by Dovrat Bashan (New York), Ning Zhang (Shanghai), Orion Berg (Paris) and Jeremie Jourdan (Brussels).
A resposta positiva das plantas a inoculacao com bacterias diazotroficas pode ser atribuida a outros fatores, alem da producao de substancias promotoras do crescimento, tais como protecao contra fitopatogenos, alteracao da atividade metabolica atraves de efeitos sobre as membranas celulares (Bashan et al., 2004), solubilizacao de fosfatos, aumento da resistencia das plantas ao estresse e a propria fixacao biologica de nitrogenio (Gray & Smith, 2005).
Besides, encapsulates of inoculants can be easily stored under room temperature (Bashan et al., 2002).
Oded Bashan, Chairman and CEO of OTI, stated, "OTI's secure ID offerings provide a cost effective, secure and timely to-market solution that leverages and interfaces with legacy systems and records."
Inoculation of associative and free-living N2-fixing bacteria have been shown to produce beneficial effects on plant growth, thus they are termed plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) (Kloepper et al., 1980; Bashan & Holguin, 1998).