Isolation And Analysis Of Bacteria Associated With Spores Of Gigaspora Margarita
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PhD Thesis 2012
AM fungi were identified from spore morphology and associated mycorrhizal bacteria (AMB) were identified by 16s rDNA analysis. Partial molecular identification was conducted using a universal eukaryotic forward NS31 primer and general fungal AM1 primers confirming the spores to be of AM fungi origin.
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Bacteria can live on the surface of mycelia and spores or, in a more intimate way, as endobacteria inside fungal structures. In the past, the interactions between bacteria and fungi were mostly described as of antagonistic nature, however most recent data report on cooperative activities between fungi and bacteria. Increasing
Isolation and analysis of bacteria associated with spores of
Isolation and analysis of bacteria associated with spores of Gigaspora margarita A.F. Cruz, S. Horii, S. Ochiai, A. Yasuda and T. Ishii Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto Prefectural University, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan Introduction Arbuscular-mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) live as obligate sym-biosis with the roots of about 80% of land plants, and
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inoculant was prepared by suspending the spores harvested from MSR agar to sterilized distilled water. For mycorrhiza, 100 µL of spore suspension containing approx. 10 spores were directly inoculated to the roots, whereas for mycorrhiza with PGPB, 200 µL (1:1 of mycorrhiza and PGPB) were inoculated. The concentration of bacteria used was 1x108
ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF SYMBIOTIC ENDO BACTERIA
Key words : Gigaspora albida, Symbiotic endobacteria, Mycrorriza Abstract The aim of the work is to identify the bacteria associated with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi.
Mycorrhiza Helper Bacteria: Future Prospects
mycorrhiza helper bacteria The type of mycorrhization both ecto and endo are dependent upon helper bacteria. Bacteria associated with AMF spores colonize mainly the outer wall layer and rarely penetrate into the inner layers. Nevertheless, some bacteria have been found in the cytoplasm of AMF spores. The
Population and function analysis of cultivable bacteria
Population and function analysis of cultivable bacteria associated with spores of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Gigaspora margarita Liangkun Long1 Qunying Lin2 Qing Yao3 Honghui Zhu4 Received: 17 October 2016/Accepted: 8 January 2017/Published online: 8 April 2017 The Author(s) 2017. This article is an open access publication
GROwTh PROmOTING ChaRaCTeRIsTICs Of RhIzObaCTeRIa aND am
bacteria along with AM fungal spores associated with maize plants, with the ultimate aim to isolate differ-ent inocula. soil sampling and analysis Rhizospheric soil samples (soil adhering to the plants) were collected at different depths along with root in five replicates from maize. The upper soil at ground
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Bacteria Associated with Arbuscula Mycorrhizal Spores Gigaspora margarita and associated bacteria isolated from surface sterilized AMF spore on the growth of forest trees are available.