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This book is an unique in the sense that, it envisages all the branches of the Agriculture like Agronomy (Crop production, Irrigation Management, Weed Management, Agricultural Meteorology and Dry land farming), Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry, Genetics and Plant Breeding (Agricultural Botany, Genetics, Cytogenetics, Plant Breeding and Molec...
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The semiarid is a climate characterized by low rainfall and erroneously associated with low biodiversity. Cactus, in turn, are known for being rustic plants and resistant to extreme environmental adversities in terms of that climate. Fungi are a group of microorganisms that can live in association with plants and give them resistance through severa...
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Plant diseases are caused by several microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi and viruses. They significantly affect plant health and productivity. Recent advances in molecular and genomics of plant diseases raises a need to integrate knowledge of microbial taxonomy, genomics, and plant pathology that reflects state-of-the-art knowledge about plant-d...
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The science of Microbiology plays a major role in the environmental agricultural, medical, and industrial fields. This book deals with the various aspects of soil and agricultural microbiology. Special attention is given to the micro-organisms in the soil, their roles, and interactions. Microbiology often has been defined as the study of organisms...
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Abstract The aims of this study were to determine the prevalence of Salmonella enterica (S. enterica) antimicrobial resistance based upon phenotypic assessment, and level of sanitation indicator organisms from 150 beef carcasses collected from three representative abattoirs in eastern, central, and southern Ethiopia. Samples were screened for S. en...
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Plant disease threatens the environmental and financial sustainability of crop production, causing $220 billion in annual losses. The dire threat disease poses to modern agriculture demands tools for better detection and monitoring to prevent crop loss and input waste. The nascent discipline of plant disease sensing, or the science of using proxima...
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Microbial exopolysaccharide (EPS) is composed of a mixture of macromolecules such as proteins, polysaccharides, humic-like compounds, and nucleic acids, which encase microbial cells in a three-dimensional matrix. The literature shows that the EPS possess significant properties such as renewable, biodegradable, eco-friendly, non-toxic, and economica...
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Tobacco production is a key line in the Cuban economy and generates the largest income in the agricultural sector. Within phytopathogens affecting this plant, Fusarium spp., constitutes a pest of interest, due to vascular involvements that cause deterioration of the commercial value of the leaf. Therefore, the research was carried out with the aim...
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The fungi are living organisms of great importance around agriculture, food industry, and the pharmaceutical industry. The usage of these microorganisms in agriculture is for the biocontrol of diseases in plants of commercial interest. Some yeasts can fight phytopathogens through secondary metabolites produced, inhibiting their development. Some sp...
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Aims: A study was conducted to evaluate decoloration of azo dye, Congo Red (CR) using fungal hyphal mat of beneficial bacidiomycete Termitomyces sp. TMS7 (MW694830) as bio sorbent material. Study design: Completely randomized block design (CRD). Place and duration of study: Department of Agricultural Microbiology, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University...
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The belowground microbiomes have many beneficial functions that assist plant growth, including nutrient cycling, acquisition and transport, as well as alleviation of stresses caused by nutrient limitations such as nitrogen (N). Here we analyzed the root endosphere, rhizosphere and soil bacterial communities of seven sweet sorghum genotypes differin...
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A microbiologia agrícola é um dos setores de maior crescimento no agronegócio mundial. O uso dos bioinsumos já é uma realidade no campo e tem despertado o interesse dos produtores que buscam ferramentas biotecnológicas que melhorem a fertilidade biológica do solo, a sanidade da cultura e sua produtividade. Mais do que nutrir a planta e adotar manej...
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A field experiment was carried out at department of agricultural microbiology, Annamalai University, Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu, India to evaluate the performance of tomato inoculated with Arbuscular Mycorrhiza (AM) and phosphate solubilizing bacteria (PSB) when the fertilizer application was reduced to 50% and 25% of the recommended fertilizer dose (...
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Considering the ever-increasing global population and finite arable land, technology and sustainable agricultural practices are required to improve crop yield. This book examines the interaction between plants and microbes and considers the use of advanced techniques such as genetic engineering, revolutionary gene editing technologies, and their ap...
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Agricultural microbiology is a branch of microbiology dealing with plant-associated microbes and plant and animal diseases. It also deals with the microbiology of soil fertility, such as microbial degradation of organic matter and soil nutrient transformations. This Book will be highly beneficial for the ARS-NET aspirants for Agricultural Microbiol...
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The development of reliable technology for the biosynthesis of silver nano particle using microorganism is an important aspect in the current scenario. The study was conducted at the Department of Agricultural Microbiology, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University. In this study the silver nitrate was used as the substrate for the biosynthesis of silver...
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Reused water is increasingly requested by farmers worldwide, but there is no legislation in Brazil that contains all the parameters for assessing its quality. This study aimed to compare the legal provisions in Brazil related to the quality parameters of reused water for agriculture (microbiological, physical and chemical) with those described in t...
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The main residue of iron and nickel mining is slag, a solid residue of low solubility and rich in magnesium silicate. A residue with potential use as a soil conditioner, however, it is still necessary to investigate whether its use brings impacts to the environment. Microorganisms are extremely sensitive to environmental changes, changes that can b...
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The book on ‘Advances in Applied Microbiology for Sustainable Development provides a comprehensive understanding of application-oriented microbial concepts, giving readers insights into recent Microbial biotechnology and Agricultural, Medical, Industrial, Food, and Environmental Microbiology. It focuses on the use of microorganisms for sustainable...
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The experiment conducted during 2015-16 at department of Agricultural Microbiology and Bioenergy, College of Agriculture, Rajendranagar, PJTSAU. Different carrier and liquid based biofertilizers are brought from different production units for evaluation of their quality. In case of carrier based biofertilizers, population of beneficial bacteria, pH...
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Increased world’s population have tremendous demand for agriculture produce, in turn caused exploitation of natural resources and degradation of soil. To attain the agricultural sustainability many challenges have to be faced like, limited nutrient resources, losses from pests and environmental degradation. By considering these challenges the resea...
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Bacteria of the Rhizobium genus form a group of microorganisms existing in the environment in two forms: symbiotic, in the root nodules of Fabaceae sp. plants and free-living, and saprophytic in the soil environment. The subject of this study was genetic identification and characterization of metabolic activity of different strains from Rhizobium g...
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Present study was carried out in the Division of Plant Pathology and Agricultural microbiology, College of Agriculture, Pune (Maharashtra) during 2019-2020. The results revealed that the all six bio-agents evaluated, exhibited antifungal activity against test pathogen and significantly inhibited the mycelial growth, over untreated control. Out of s...
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The experiment was conducted on the experimental farm of Department of Plant Pathology and Agricultural Microbiology, Post Graduate Institute, MPKV, Rahuri during Kharif seasons of 2018-19 and 2019-20. Among tested six bio-control agents evaluated under field condition the disease severity recorded after first spray (50 DAS) indicated minimum disea...
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The experiment was conducted on the experimental farm of Department of Plant Pathology and Agricultural Microbiology, Post Graduate Institute, MPKV, Rahuri during Kharif seasons of 2018-19 and 2019-20 to check the Effect of foliar sprays of fungicides on powdery mildew severity and fruit yield of cucumber. The data obtained during Kharif 2018-19 it...
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Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris is known as the causative agent of black rot disease, which attacks mainly crucifers, severely lowering their global productivity. One of the main virulence factors of this pathogen is its capability to penetrate and form biofilm structures in the xylem vessels. The discovery of novel approaches to crop disease...
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Aim: The study was conducted to understand the Effect of processing and fermentation on functional properties and on anti-nutritional factors in Horse Gram (Macrotyloma uniflorum). Place and Duration of Work: The study was carried out in Department of Agricultural Microbiology, GKVK, University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore during 2019-20. Me...
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Background One Broth One Plate for Salmonella (OBOP Salmonella) is a rapid and simple method for detection of Salmonella spp. in food and environmental samples using traditional culture methodology. The method utilizes single-step enrichment followed by plating to a selective/differential, chromogenic agar. Objective The purpose of the validation...
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This work was developed at Agriculture Microbiology laboratory in the Agriculture Faculty at Universidad Central “Martha Abreu” de Las Villas, with the aim to evaluate the influence of incubation time of Trichoderma harzianum Rifai on antifungal activity of its culture filtrates against Bipolaris oryzae. Flask with Czapek broth was used for growing...
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Black leg and soft rot are devastating diseases causing up to 50% loss of potential potato yield. The search for, and characterization of, bacterial viruses (bacteriophages) suitable for the control of these diseases is currently a sought-after task for agricultural microbiology. Isolated lytic Pectobacterium bacteriophages Q19, PP47 and PP81 posse...
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La microbiología agrícola se trata de una ciencia sumamente apasionante y profunda, el conocer algunas de sus aplicaciones en los sistemas de producción agrícola es sinónimo de la apertura a alternativas factibles y eficientes para un Manejo Integrado de Cultivos, tanto a pequeña como a gran escala. El presente documento es acerca de algunos de los...
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Research on agricultural microbiology aims at replacing agrochemicals with microorganisms or their natural products as biological control agents, since the use of technologies from the green revolution have had negative effects on the environment, on farmers and their families, the consumer, and on crop health. However, our current understanding ab...
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The importance of microbiology has grown exponentially since the development of genomics, transcriptomics, and proteomics, making it possible to clarify microbial biogeochemical processes and their interactions with macroorganisms in both health and disease. Particular attention is being payed to applied microbiology, a discipline that deals with t...
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The findings reveals that, among selected farm universities in Karnataka state, the preferred research areas in subject of plant sciences like department of agricultural microbiology, genetics and plant breeding, plant pathology and seed science and technology, has focused research on biofertilizers, heterosis and combining ability, characterizatio...
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The Objective Microbiology (Questions & Answers) book is highly useful for those preparing for the competitive exams such as Agricultural Scientists Recruitment Board (ASRB)- NET/ARS, ICAR-IARI PhD entrance etc. in the subject Agricultural Microbiology.
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The main objective of compilation of this volume is to highlight the new and innovative progress made in the field of microbial services in soil fertility restoration and well-being of crop production and ecosystem developments. The microbial genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, and bioengineering attract microbiologists for microbial resources appl...
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Characterization and optimization of bacterial cellulose produced by Acetobacter spp. R.S. Anusuya1, R. Anandham1,2, K. Kumutha1, G. Gayathry3, V. Mageshwaran4 and S. Uthandi2* 1Department of Agricultural Microbiology, Agricultural College and Research Institute, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Madurai-625 104, India 2Department of Agricult...
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Multifunctional microbiological preparations are promising for use in plant protection due to their diverse effects including growth-promoting effect and complex antifungal and insecticidal activity. One of the key microorganisms used as the basis of biological preparations production is the gram-positive spore-forming bacterium Bacillus thuringien...
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To develop an osmotolerant microbe, as a bioinoculant to mitigate drought it is vital to understand the impact of osmotic stress on their growth and plant growth promoting functional traits. The present study was aimed to evaluate the physiological adaptations and plant growth-promoting traits of a phyllosphere bacterium Bacillus altitudinis FD48 u...
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El Azospirillum es un género de bacterias promotoras del crecimiento vegetal, encontrado en suelos de diferentes regiones del globo terrestre. Estas bacterias cuando se asocian a raíces de plantas, ayudan en la producción y productividad del cultivo, actuando en el aumento de parte aérea y sistema radicular. Estos beneficios se derivan de la excrec...
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The herbicide glyphosate is widely used to control weeds in grain crops. The overuse of glyphosate has induced issues such as contamination of surface water, decreased soils fertility, adverse effects on soil microbiota and possible incorporation in food chains. Here we review biochemical, agricultural, microbiological and analytical aspects of gly...
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The main objective of this book is help the students to get snaps on agriculture subjects like Agronomy, Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Entomology, Agricultural Extension, Agricultural Meteorology, Agricultural Microbiology, Agricultural Statistics, Crop Physiology, Environmental Sciences, Plant Breeding and Genetics, Plant Pathology, Seed Sc...
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The trial was conducted at the experimental research farm of Department Plant Pathology and Agricultural Microbiology, Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth, Rahuri during the academic year of 2019-20. In the experiment of efficacy of selected biocontrol agents and plant extracts in disease management and yield of cherry tomato indicated that, all the bi...
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Pesticides offer a simple, cost-effective solution to ensure food supplies for a growing world population. However, their environmental performance needs improvement if pesticides are to continue contributing importantly. This study explores the insecticidal potential of a magnesium (II) metal complex containing 1,10-phenanthroline and isovanillic...
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Since the teaching in colleges and universities is divided into disciplines according to knowledge fields, so there is distinct boundary between disciplines in actual teaching, which leads to the lack of interdisciplinary thinking and cross-professional knowledge of students, and it also becomes difficult for colleges and universities to cultivate...
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We present the results of the trial of the biological drug BisolbiSan (Bacillus subtillis strain H-13 , isolated by the All-Russian Research Institute of Agricultural Microbiology) for treatment of spring wheat seeds in comparison with the widely popular chemical fungicides Maxim and Maxim Plus in the forest-steppe zone of Eastern Siberia in 2016–2...
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The aim of this work was to study the effects of green manure, Trichoderma asperellum and homeopathy on the agronomic performance of the biquinho pepper (Capsicum chinense Jacq.). The design was of randomised blocks with four replications, in subdivided plots, with homeopathic remedies applied in the plots: 1) Arnica montana 6CH; 2) Pulsatilla nigr...
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La provincia de Córdoba concentra más del 88% de la superficie sembrada de Maní (Arachis hypogaea) a nivel Nacional, con 317 mil hectáreas. Para alcanzar niveles de producción competitivos, los productores año a año utilizan cantidades crecientes de fertilizantes de síntesis química, lo cual trae aparejado una mayor presión ambiental. Una altern...
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This book comprises a total of 14 chapters contributed by experts from different countries worldwide. It is a comprehensive collection of articles to illustrate an overview of microbial catalysts that include enzymes widely contribute to many fields infood and industrial products. Microorganisms have served and continue to serve as one of the large...
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The science of plant-microbes interaction (PMI) plays a major role in agriculture especially in the field of crop production and protection by beneficial plant growth promotion microorganism (PGPM). This book is the study of PGP microbes and the fundamental aspects of microorganisms and their direct and indirect relationship to agriculture and plan...
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The safety of a novel microbial muramidase (Muramidase 007) as a feed additive for swine was evaluated in a target animal safety study (Experiment 1). Forty weanling pigs were allotted to 4 dietary treatments: T1 control group, and 3 groups receiving Muramidase 007 in increasing doses: T2 65,000 (1X), T3 325,000 (5X) and T4 650,000 (10X) LSU(F)/kg...
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La alteración del patrón climático asociado a la utilización de variedades comerciales de soya (Glycine max L.) con baja adaptación a las condiciones ambientales de la Orinoquia y el uso indiscriminado de pesticidas, han promovido la aparición de nuevas enfermedades en el cultivo, situación que está generando una reducción en la competitividad del...
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Drawbacks of intensive farming practices, environmental hazards and costs of chemical fertilizers have renewed interest in bio-inoculants. Microorganisms playing an important role in improving the plant growth and yield are generally referred as beneficial microbes or plant growth promoting rhizo-microorganisms (PGPR). The investigation was carried...
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This book comprises a total of fourteen chapters contributed by experts from different countries across the globe. The book is divided into five sections containing two to three chapters each. It is a comprehensive collection of articles that give an overview of microbial catalysts which include enzymes that contribute to many fields and are widely...
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A pot culture experiment was carried out at Department of Agricultural Microbiology, College of Agriculture Bhimarayanagudi, University of Agricultural Sciences, Raichur during 2017 to study the effect of pink pigmented facultative Methylotrophs on growth and yield of direct seeded rice. All the PPFM isolates were tested for a selective biochemical...
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A study was conducted to develop a commercial formulation of Bacillus thuringiensis and evaluate its bio-efficacy for the management of pumpkin caterpillar, Diaphania indica (Saund.). Twenty native isolates of B. thuringiensis obtained from the Western Ghats of Kerala and maintained in the repository of the Department of Agricultural Microbiology,...
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Plant growth-promoting bacteria have been highlighted by their potential for application in plant production, allowing the reduction of the use of fertilizers and pesticides, which is due to the ability to stimulate the growth of plants by nitrogen-fixation and production of phytohormones, such as indole-3-acetic acid (IAA). The objective of this s...
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This book comprises a total of 14 chapters contributed by experts from different countries worldwide. It is a comprehensive collection of articles to illustrate an overview of microbial catalysts that include enzymes widely contribute to many fields infood and industrial products. Microorganisms have served and continue to serve as one of the large...
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With contributions from a broad range of experts in the field, this volume, Microbiology for Sustainable Agriculture, Soil Health, and Environmental Protection, focuses on important areas of microbiology related to soil and environmental microbiology associated with agricultural importance. The information and research on soil and environmental mic...
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This book includes both study material notes and multiple choice questions for ARS NET preparation. This is a complete book for ARS NET Agricultural Microbiology aspirants.
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Mikrobiol. Z. 2018; 80(6):54-65. Ukrainian. doi: https://doi.org/10.15407/microbiolj80.06.054 Survival of Bradyrhizobium japonicum Strains in Soil at their Introduction into Soybean Agrocenosis Krutylo D.V. Institute of Agricultural Microbiology and Agro-Industrial Manufacture, NAAS of Ukraine 97 Shevchenko Str., Chernihіv, 14027, Ukraine Objec...
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1. INTRODUCCIÓN El cultivo de la batata se reporta como uno de los cultivos de importancia en la seguridad alimentaria a nivel mundial, después del arroz, trigo, maíz y yuca, siendo China el mayor productor mundial (FAOSTAT, 2015). En América Latina se destacan varios países productores como Brasil, Argentina, Perú, Haití y Cuba. En Colombia, La re...
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The objective of this work was to evaluate the influence of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on the initial development of pre-sprouted seedlings in three sugarcane varieties (CTC 9004 M, IACSP 955094 and IACSP 962042). The experiment was conducted in a greenhouse in the experimental field and in the agricultural microbiology laboratory of the Goianesi...
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Indole-3-Acetic Acid (IAA) known as an important growth hormone that some microorganism can produce it. Bacteria is one of microorganism which can produce IAA such as isolate TPK5b2 were isolated from paddy rhizosphere and culture collection of Agriculture Microbiology Laboratory. The aim of this study was to determined the optimum pH for IAA produ...
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The article presents the study results of seed inoculation by specific strains Mesorhizobiumciceri on number and weight of chickpea root nodules, productivity and nutrition value of chickpea cultivated in the southern nature-climatic part of the Rostov region. The study was conducted on the fields of FSBSI “Agricultural Research Center “Donskoy” (i...
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Resumo: A extensão universitária tem por objetivo instituir práticas cidadãs de pesquisa e ensino. Nesse contexto, o Núcleo de Estudos em Microbiologia Agrícola (NEMA), da Universidade Federal de Viçosa (UFV), tem desenvolvido atividades de extensão junto à comunidade de Viçosa e região, para o intercâmbio de experiências em pesquisa, ensino e exte...
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This book addresses basic and applied aspects of two nexus points of microorganisms in agro-ecosystems, namely their functional role as bio-fertilizers and bio-pesticides. Readers will find detailed information on all of the aspects that are required to make a microbe “agriculturally beneficial.” A healthy, balanced soil ecosystem provides a habit...
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In any ecosystem, plant and microbe interaction is inevitable. They not only co-exist but also support each other’s survival and also provide for sustenance in stressful environment. Agro-ecosystems of many regions around the globe are affected by multi-stress. Major limiting factors affecting the agricultural productivity worldwide are environment...
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Objective: To evaluate the use of mycorrhizal strains as biofertilizers on the quality of the leaves developed by the cultivation of Aloe (Aloe vera (L.) Burm. f.) intended as a raw material for the agro-production of gel. Materials and Methods: Tillers were selected from plantations located in the village of Capatarida, Falcon State (Venezuela), w...