Role of Rhizospheric Microbes in Soil

Role of Rhizospheric Microbes in Soil

Volume 1: Stress Management and Agricultural Sustainability

Springer Verlag, Singapore






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- Rhizospheric microbes for sustainable agriculture: An overview. - Current perspectives on rhizobacterial-exopolymeric substances (EPS) interactions and alleviation of stress responses: Novel strategies for sustainable agricultural productivity. - Role of ACC deaminase as a stress ameliorating enzyme of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria useful in stress agriculture: a review. - Towards the unculturable microbes for sustainable agricultural production. - Induction of anatomical, enzymatic and molecular events in maize by PGPR under biotic stress. - Bioremediation of metal contaminated soil for sustainable crop production. - Biofertilizers based on bacterial endophytes isolated from cereals: potential solution to enhance these crops. - Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria: a biological approach towards the production of sustainable agriculture. - Application and mechanisms of Bacillus subtilis in biological control of plant disease. - Mycorrhizae: a potential microorganism and its implication in agriculture. - Using mycorrhiza helper microorganisms (MHM) to improve the mycorrhizal efficiency on plant growth. - Sustainable crop production and soil health management through plant growth promoting rhizobacteria. - Bioherbicidal potential of rhizosphere microorganisms for ecofriendly weeds management. - Biofertilizers and biopesticides in sustainable agriculture.