Enrichment, Isolation & Screening of Pseudomonas spp. & it’s Encapsulation Techniques to Study Effect on Plant Growth
Namita R. Garude
Bacteria, Biological-control, Growth-promotion, PGPR.
Plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) showcase a diverse subgroup of rhizosphere-colonizing bacteria. PGPR were first described for root crops, when the use of antibiotic resistance made possible the monitoring of introduced bacteria of interest in soil. Reported mechanisms of action for PGPR have focussed on the indirect mechanisms of Phosphate-solubilisation, Protease & Cellulase activity. One such example of PGPR is Pseudomonas fluroscens and it is the bacteria of interest for this particular project. After Enrichment & Isolation, desirable characters were obtained from as many as 7 isolates.
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Unique Paper ID: 158533

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 10

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