Enhancing crop growth, nutrients availability, economics and beneficial rhizosphere
microflora through organic and biofertilizers.
soil sampling from each site were done five times with the span of one month (0-4 months).
A General Discriminant Analysis (GDA) was used to determine whether the rhizospheres
of the four different species constituted distinct chemical environments in terms of Cd, Co, Cr, Cu, Fe, Mn, Ni, Zn, Ca, Mg, P, K and N concentrations.
Rotylenchulus reniformis was found in the rhizospheres
of four out of the five fruit trees analyzed (Table 1).
Because the bacterium was originally isolated from a plant rhizosphere
and the patient was hospitalized with an open wound in the foot and bacteremia, we speculate that the infection was the direct result of close extended contact between the wound and soil infected with the bacteria.
Table 2: Richness and diversity estimates of the bacterial 16S rRNA amplicon libraries constructed from the rhizosphere
soil from a red pepper field
We tested 18 flowering plants and 1 Bryophyte inhabiting peatlands in this region of the United States for potential rhizosphere
nitrogen fixation using the acetylene reduction technique.
In the field, rhizospheres
are much more complex than in the laboratory (McCully 1999).
Enumeration and Characterization of Freshwater Wetland Microflora -- Rhizosphere
In the hostile anaerobic bulk soil the rhizospheres
of wetland plants create oxidized oases for various benign and pest microorganisms (e.
The redox potentials below - 150 mV of the flooded seedlings indicate rhizosphere
anoxia whereas the redox potentials above + 250 of the unflooded rhizospheres
indicate oxygenated soils (Mitsch and Gosselink, 1993).
Samples of rhizosphere
soil and roots were collected from commercial rice fields of cultivars Jaya, BR 2566 and HR-12 at ZARS, Mandya, Karnataka during 2014 rice growing season.