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- Valverde, Claudio F, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- FEMS microbiology ecology 2018 v.94 no.12
- Azospirillum brasilense; Pseudomonas protegens; Triticum aestivum; antagonism; antibacterial properties; antibiotics; bacteria; cell viability; death; fluorescence; metabolites; plant growth; rhizosphere; roots; seedlings; siderophores; type VI secretion system; wheat
- ... Bacteria of the Azospirillum and Pseudomonas genera are ubiquitous members of the rhizosphere, where they stimulate plant growth. Given the outstanding capacity of pseudomonads to antagonize other microorganisms, we analyzed the interaction between these two bacterial groups to identify determinants of their compatibility. We could establish that, when in direct contact, certain Pseudomonas strain ...