International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 3, Issue 6, Part K (2017)
Plant microbe interaction of rhizospheric bacteria and their potential as antagonists and biocontrol agents: A short review
Plant microbe interaction encounters can be friendly. Densely colonized colonized colonies contains beneficial mycorrizhal fungi and rhizobia, Which associated with roots and provide plants with minerals nutrient and fixed nitrogen and breakdown of organic compound in inorganic forms, respectively, in exchange for carbon. The most abundant plants are constantly exposed to a range of mycorhizal fungal, bacterial and viral pathogens due to production of some phytohormones, siderophore and HNC production they have unique defense mechanism to fight the infection the plant growth promoting rhizobacteria have interesting and diverse relationship.
How to cite this article:
Jitendra Malviya, Bhupendra Prasda, Reena Antony, Aarti Kaushal. Plant microbe interaction of rhizospheric bacteria and their potential as antagonists and biocontrol agents: A short review. Int J Appl Res 2017;3(6):727-729.