Phyto-Microbiome in Stress Regulation [electronic resource] / edited by Manoj Kumar, Vivek Kumar, Ram Prasad.

Contributor(s): Kumar, Manoj [editor.] | Kumar, Vivek [editor.] | Prasad, Ram [editor.]Material type: TextTextSeries: Environmental and Microbial Biotechnology: Publisher: Singapore : Springer Singapore : Imprint: Springer, 2020Edition: 1st ed. 2020Description: X, 343 p. 85 illus., 52 illus. in color. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789811525766Subject(s): Plant science | Botany | Oxidative stress | Plant ecology | Sustainable development | Microbial ecology | Plant Sciences | Oxidative Stress | Plant Ecology | Sustainable Development | Microbial EcologyAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No title; Printed edition:: No title; Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 580 LOC classification: QK1-989Online resources: Texto completo
Contents:
Chapter 1. Phytostimulation and biocontrol by the plant-associated Bacillus amyloliquefaciens FZB42 - an update -- Chapter 2. Genetically modified (GM) crops harbouring Bacillus thuringiensis (BT) gene(s) to combat biotilc stress caused by insect pests" -- Chapter 3. "Characterization and Efficiency of Rhizobial Isolates Nodulating Cytisusmonspessulanus in the Northwestern of Morocco In Relation to Environmental Stresses" -- Chapter 4. Isolation and characterization of the roots and soil endomycorrhizae of Hedysarum pallidum Desf., in the Northeast of Morocco -- Chapter 5. Friends and Foes: Phyto microbial interactions in molecular perspective -- Chapter 6. Isolation and screening of inorganic phosphate solubilizing Pseudomonas strains from the Lotus creticus rhizosphere soil from Northwesten Morocco -- Chapter 7. Screening and characterization of phosphate solubilizing rhizobia isolated from Hedysarum pallidum in the Northeast of Morocco -- Chapter 8. Development of Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Crops by Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) -- Chapter 9. Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria and their action mechanisms in availability of nutrients to plant -- Chapter 10. Plant growth and development under suboptimal light conditions -- Chapter 11. Microbial biotechnology: A key to sustainable agriculture -- Chapter 12. Stress signaling in the phytomicrobiome: breadth and potential -- Chapter 13. A Simple Procedure for Isolation, Culture of Protoplast and Plant Regeneration -- Chapter 14. Plant Antimicrobial Peptides: Next-Generation Bioactive Molecules for Plant Protection -- Chapter 15. AMicrobiome: Effect on plant system, current application and future aspect -- Chapter 16. Nitrogen stress in plants and the role of Phytomicrobiome -- Chapter 17. Halotolerant Microbes for Amelioration of Salt Affected Soils for Sustainable Agriculture. .
In: Springer Nature eBookSummary: This book addresses "phyto-microbiome mediated stress regulation". Fundamentally speaking, the microbial community's importance for the survival of plants under stress conditions has already been confirmed. This book focuses on the roles of those rhizospheric microbiomes that are advantageous to plant developmental pathways. Gathering contributions by authors with specialized expertise in plant growth and health under stress conditions, as well as opportunistic pathogenic bacteria, the book reviews the functional aspects of rhizospheric microorganisms and how they impact plant health and disease. It offers a compendium of plant and microbial interactions at the level of multitrophic interactions, and identifies gaps between future demand and present research on plant stress. In closing, the authors highlight several directions for reshaping rhizosphere microbiomes in favor of microorganisms that are beneficial to plant growth and health.
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Chapter 1. Phytostimulation and biocontrol by the plant-associated Bacillus amyloliquefaciens FZB42 - an update -- Chapter 2. Genetically modified (GM) crops harbouring Bacillus thuringiensis (BT) gene(s) to combat biotilc stress caused by insect pests" -- Chapter 3. "Characterization and Efficiency of Rhizobial Isolates Nodulating Cytisusmonspessulanus in the Northwestern of Morocco In Relation to Environmental Stresses" -- Chapter 4. Isolation and characterization of the roots and soil endomycorrhizae of Hedysarum pallidum Desf., in the Northeast of Morocco -- Chapter 5. Friends and Foes: Phyto microbial interactions in molecular perspective -- Chapter 6. Isolation and screening of inorganic phosphate solubilizing Pseudomonas strains from the Lotus creticus rhizosphere soil from Northwesten Morocco -- Chapter 7. Screening and characterization of phosphate solubilizing rhizobia isolated from Hedysarum pallidum in the Northeast of Morocco -- Chapter 8. Development of Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Crops by Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) -- Chapter 9. Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria and their action mechanisms in availability of nutrients to plant -- Chapter 10. Plant growth and development under suboptimal light conditions -- Chapter 11. Microbial biotechnology: A key to sustainable agriculture -- Chapter 12. Stress signaling in the phytomicrobiome: breadth and potential -- Chapter 13. A Simple Procedure for Isolation, Culture of Protoplast and Plant Regeneration -- Chapter 14. Plant Antimicrobial Peptides: Next-Generation Bioactive Molecules for Plant Protection -- Chapter 15. AMicrobiome: Effect on plant system, current application and future aspect -- Chapter 16. Nitrogen stress in plants and the role of Phytomicrobiome -- Chapter 17. Halotolerant Microbes for Amelioration of Salt Affected Soils for Sustainable Agriculture. .

This book addresses "phyto-microbiome mediated stress regulation". Fundamentally speaking, the microbial community's importance for the survival of plants under stress conditions has already been confirmed. This book focuses on the roles of those rhizospheric microbiomes that are advantageous to plant developmental pathways. Gathering contributions by authors with specialized expertise in plant growth and health under stress conditions, as well as opportunistic pathogenic bacteria, the book reviews the functional aspects of rhizospheric microorganisms and how they impact plant health and disease. It offers a compendium of plant and microbial interactions at the level of multitrophic interactions, and identifies gaps between future demand and present research on plant stress. In closing, the authors highlight several directions for reshaping rhizosphere microbiomes in favor of microorganisms that are beneficial to plant growth and health.

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