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Soil Physicochemical and Biological Interfacial Interactions in the Rhizosphere: Impacts on Food Security and Ecosystem Integrity
(Sociedad Chilena de la Ciencia del Suelo, 2008)
Effects of different forms of nitrogen on rhizosphere microbial community structure of Eichhornia crassipes (Pontederiaceae)
(Universidad de Costa Rica, 2016)
Bacterial communities in the rhizosphere of Vitis vinifera L. cultivated under distinct agricultural practices in Argentina
Plants interact with a myriad of microbial cells in the rhizosphere, an environment that is considered to be important for plant development. However, the differential structuring of rhizosphere microbial communities due ...
Heavy metal availability in pelargonium hortorum rhizosphere: Interactions, uptake and plant accumulation
(Taylor & Francis, 2012-06)
The rhizosphere is a key area for the plant metal uptake. We studied heavy metal availability in the rhizosphere and the bulk soil, the interactions between metal ions, and their effects on heavy metal uptake and accumulation ...
Predatory activity of nematophagous fungi against Panagrellus redivivus in the soil under different plant species
The distribution of total and nematophagous fungi and nematodes is influenced by different plant species and environmental factors. The effect of moisture content and soil organic matter (SOM) in the frequency of fungi and ...
Effect of Bacillus thuringiensis on microbial functional groups in sorghum rhizosphere.
(Pesquisa Agropecuária Brasileira, Brasília, v.41, n. 5, p.873-877, maio 2006., 2014)
Pine afforestation alters rhizosphere effects and soil nutrient turnover across a precipitation gradient in Patagonia, Argentina
Aims: Pine species, when planted outside their native range, can have profound impacts on soil carbon (C) and nitrogen (N) pools, which may be related in part to their association with ectomycorrhizal fungi. We investigated ...
Soil acidity changes in bulk soil and maize rhizosphere in response to nitrogen fertilization
(Taylor & Francis, 2008-10)
The capacity of nitrogen (N) fertilizers to acidify the soil is regulated principally by the rate and N source. Nitrogen fertilizers undergo hydrolysis and nitrification in soil, resulting in the release of free hydrogen ...