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Beneficial Plant-microbial Interactions: Ecology and Application

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Beneficial Plant-microbial Interactions: Ecology and Applications

M. Belén Rodelas González, Jesús Gonzalez-López

July 10, 2013 by CRC Press 
Reference - 468 Pages - 4 Color & 22 B/W Illustrations 
ISBN 9781466587175 - CAT# K20330

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Beneficial Plant-microbial Interactions: Ecology and Applications provides insight into the mechanisms underlying the interactions of plants and microbes, the ecological relevance and roles of these symbioses, the adaptive mechanisms of plant-associated microorganisms to abiotic stress and their contribution to plant stress tolerance, and the potential of these interactions as tools in agrobiotechnology. A team of authors with wide experience in the area contribute up-to-date reviews in nineteen chapters devoted to different ecological and applied aspects of the rhizobia-legume symbiosis, ecto- and endomycorrhizas, and plant associations with diazotrophic or adiazotrophic plant-growth promoting rhizobacteria. The book is intended for students, researchers and academic faculty members in the field of agrobiotechnology.

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Beneficial Plant-microbial Interactions: Ecology and Applications

M. Belén Rodelas González, Jesús Gonzalez-López

July 10, 2013 by CRC Press 
Reference - 468 Pages - 4 Color & 22 B/W Illustrations 
ISBN 9781466587175 - CAT# K20330

Summary

 

Beneficial Plant-microbial Interactions: Ecology and Applications provides insight into the mechanisms underlying the interactions of plants and microbes, the ecological relevance and roles of these symbioses, the adaptive mechanisms of plant-associated microorganisms to abiotic stress and their contribution to plant stress tolerance, and the potential of these interactions as tools in agrobiotechnology. A team of authors with wide experience in the area contribute up-to-date reviews in nineteen chapters devoted to different ecological and applied aspects of the rhizobia-legume symbiosis, ecto- and endomycorrhizas, and plant associations with diazotrophic or adiazotrophic plant-growth promoting rhizobacteria. The book is intended for students, researchers and academic faculty members in the field of agrobiotechnology.

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