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Indole acetic acid and ACC deaminase from endophytic bacteria improves the growth of Solarium lycopersicum Electron. J. Biotechnol.
Latif Khan,Abdul; Ahmed Halo,Boshra; Elyassi,Ali; Ali,Sajid; Al-Hosni,Khadija; Hussain,Javid; Al-Harrasi,Ahmed; Lee,In-Jung.
Background: Endophytic bacteria are ubiquitous in all plant species contributing in host plant's nutrient uptake and helping the host to improve its growth. Moringa peregrina which is a medicinal plant, growing in arid region of Arabia, was assessed for the presence of endophytic bacterial strains. Results: PCR amplification and sequencing of 16S rRNA of bacterial endophytes revealed the 5 endophytic bacteria, in which 2 strains were from Sphingomonas sp.; 2 strains from Bacillus sp. and 1 from Methylobacterium genus. Among the endophytic bacterial strains, a strain of Bacillus subtilis LK14 has shown significant prospects in phosphate solubilization (clearing zone of 56.71 mm after 5 d), ACC deaminase (448.3 ± 2.91 nM α-ketobutyrate mg-1 h-1) and...
Tipo: Journal article Palavras-chave: ACC deaminase; Bacillus subtilis LK14; Endophytism; Indole 3-acetic acid; Tomato plant growth.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://www.scielo.cl/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0717-34582016000300007
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