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1. Understanding plant-root interactions with rhizobacteria to improve biological nitrogen fixation in crops.

Author(s) : Mathesius, U.; Jin Jian; Li YanSheng; Watt, M.

Publisher : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK

Book chapter : Understanding and improving crop root function 2021 pp.163-194 ref.many

2. Advances in understanding arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal effects on soil nutrient cycling.

Author(s) : Zhang HaiYang; Powell, J. R.

Publisher : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK

Book chapter : Understanding and improving crop root function 2021 pp.195-212 ref.many

3. The use of plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) to improve root function and crop nutrient use efficiency.

Author(s) : Larrabee, M. M.; Nelson, L. M.

Publisher : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK

Book chapter : Understanding and improving crop root function 2021 pp.467-492 ref.many

4. The use of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi to improve root function and nutrient-use efficiency.

Author(s) : Thirkell, T.; Hoysted, G.; Elliott, A.; Field, K.; Daniell, T.

Publisher : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK

Book chapter : Understanding and improving crop root function 2021 pp.493-529 ref.many

5. Comparative growth analysis of okra (Abelmoschus esculentus) in the presence of PGPR and press mud in chromium contaminated soil.

Chromium is a toxic heavy metal. Plants, animals and human metabolic processes are disturbed due to higher levels of chromium. PGPR are involved in seed germination, growth improvement, metabolic process and in most of the physiological processes of plants. Press mud in soil provides substrate to...

Author(s) : Zain Mushtaq; Hafiz Naeem Asghar; Zahir Ahmad Zahir

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Chemosphere 2021 Vol.262 ref.many

6. A new local stochastic method for predicting data with spatial heterogeneity.

Spatial data (e.g., phytopathogenic data) do not always meet assumptions such as stationarity, isotropy and Gaussian distribution, thereby requiring complex spatial methods and models. Some deterministic assumption-free methods such as the inverse distance weighting can also be applied to predict...

Author(s) : Silva, A. R. da; Silva, A. P. A.; Tiago Neto, L. J.

Publisher : Universidade Estadual de Maringá, Maringá, Brazil

Journal article : Acta Scientiarum - Agronomy 2021 Vol.43 No.e49947 ref.23

7. Zn concentration decline and apical endpoints recovery of earthworms (E. andrei) after removal from an acidic soil spiked with coated ZnO nanoparticles.

ZnO nanoparticles (ZnO-NPs) can reach soil in both deliberate and non-deliberate ways, which leads to contamination. Notwithstanding knowledge about ZnO-NPs impacts on earthworms inhabiting these soils is limited and gaps appear in the recovery of damaged functions after their migration to...

Author(s) : Fernández, M. D.; Obrador, A.; García-Gómez, C.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 2021 Vol.211 ref.many

8. Draft genome sequence of Bacillus sp. strain E25, a biocontrol and plant growth-promoting bacterial endophyte isolated from Mexican husk tomato roots (Physalis ixocarpa Brot. ex Horm.).

Bacillus sp. strain E25 is an endophytic strain isolated from husk tomato roots in Michoacán, México, that displayed excellent biocontrol and plant growth-promoting activities under normal and salt stress conditions. This draft genome report confirms the presence of genes involved in direct and...

Author(s) : Pérez-Equihua, A.; Santoyo, G.

Publisher : American Society for Microbiology (ASM), Washington, D.C., USA

Journal article : Microbiology Resource Announcements 2021 Vol.10 No.1 ref.12

9. Draft genome sequence of Fusarium sp. strain DS 682, a novel fungal isolate from the grass rhizosphere.

The novel fungal strain, Fusarium sp. strain DS 682, was isolated from the rhizosphere of the perennial grass, Bouteloua gracilis, at the Konza Prairie Biological Station in Kansas. This fungal strain is common across North American grasslands and is resilient to environmental fluctuations. The...

Author(s) : Bhattacharjee, A.; Anderson, L. N.; Alfaro, T.; Porras-Alfaro, A.; Jumpponen, A.; Hofmockel, K. S.; Jansson, J. K.; Anderton, C. R.; Nelson, W. C.

Publisher : American Society for Microbiology (ASM), Washington, D.C., USA

Journal article : Microbiology Resource Announcements 2021 Vol.10 No.1 ref.10

10. Genome sequence of Hymenobacter polaris RP-2-7T, isolated from Arctic soil.

Hymenobacter polaris RP-2-7T was isolated from soil from the Arctic region. This study presents the genome sequence of Hymenobacter polaris RP-2-7T, generated using the Illumina HiSeq platform. The genome size is 5,587,174 bp; it contains 4,721 genes and has 62.8mol% DNA G1C content.

Author(s) : Aravind Sundararaman; Dahal, R. H.; Kim DongUk; Kim Jaisoo; Upadhyaya, J.; Hong Yongseok; Chaudhary, D. K.

Publisher : American Society for Microbiology (ASM), Washington, D.C., USA

Journal article : Microbiology Resource Announcements 2021 Vol.10 No.1 ref.8

11. Complete genome sequence of bisphenol A-degrading bacterium Sphingobium sp. Strain A3, isolated from contaminated soil.

This study reports the complete genome sequence of bisphenol A-degrading bacterium Sphingobium sp. strain A3, which was isolated from a contaminated soil sample from the site of a factory fire in South Korea. The genome consists of a 6.53-Mbp chromosome and eight plasmid contigs (532,947 bp), with...

Author(s) : Jung JiYoung; Kang HyeKyeoung; Jeong DaeWon; Jin HyunMi; Ryu ByungGon; Jo BokYeon; Chung EuJin; Han SangSoo

Publisher : American Society for Microbiology (ASM), Washington, D.C., USA

Journal article : Microbiology Resource Announcements 2021 Vol.10 No.1 ref.21

12. Complete genome sequence of Sphingobium barthaii KK22, a high-molecular-weight polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon- degrading soil bacterium.

Sphingobium barthaii KK22T is a high-molecular-weight polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon-degrading soil bacterium that has been investigated in biotransformation, microbial ecology, and DNA damage studies. The complete genome sequence of S. barthaii revealed four closed circular sequences, including...

Author(s) : Mori, J. F.; Kanaly, R. A.

Publisher : American Society for Microbiology (ASM), Washington, D.C., USA

Journal article : Microbiology Resource Announcements 2021 Vol.10 No.1 ref.15

13. Genome annotations of two Bacillus phages, Tomato and Baseballfield.

Tomato and BaseballField are Bacillus bacteriophages that were isolated and annotated by students in the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Phage Hunters program. Tomato has a unique truncation of the tape measure gene that is not found in other closely related C1 Bacillus phages. BaseballField is a...

Author(s) : Duperier, J.; Bulpitt, M.; Bispo, F.; Greguske, E.

Publisher : American Society for Microbiology (ASM), Washington, D.C., USA

Journal article : Microbiology Resource Announcements 2021 Vol.10 No.1 ref.11

14. Draft genome sequence of the phosphate-solubilizing rhizobacterium Burkholderia pseudomultivorans strain MPSB1, isolated from a copper mined-out site.

Burkholderia pseudomultivorans MPSB1 was isolated from a copper mined-out soil sample collected from Mogpog, Marinduque, Philippines. Here, we report the draft genome sequence with predicted gene inventories supporting rhizosphere bioremediation, such as heavy metal tolerance, phosphate...

Author(s) : Aba-Regis, B. L. L.; Oliveros, K. M. P.; Ibarra-Romero, C.; Raymundo, A. K.; Aggangan, N. S.; Zulaybar, T. O.; Rosana, A. R. R.

Publisher : American Society for Microbiology (ASM), Washington, D.C., USA

Journal article : Microbiology Resource Announcements 2021 Vol.10 No.1 ref.18

15. Complete genome sequence of Streptomyces phage shady.

Streptomyces spp. are saprophytic soil bacteria that produce secondary metabolites with therapeutic potential. This announcement describes the isolation and genome annotation of Streptomyces sp. strain Mg1 siphophage Shady. Learning more about Shady's novel 45-kb genome, containing 76 predicted...

Author(s) : Ortega, C.; Hernandez, I.; Clark, J.; Liu Mei; Burrowes, B.

Publisher : American Society for Microbiology (ASM), Washington, D.C., USA

Journal article : Microbiology Resource Announcements 2021 Vol.10 No.1 ref.20

16. Draft genome sequence of plant growth-promoting Bacillus velezensis BS89.

The plant growth-promoting bacterium Bacillus velezensis BS89 was isolated from the rhizosphere of winter wheat. Strain BS89 has the ability to promote plant growth and produce a mix of auxins and vitamins. Here, we sequenced the complete genome of this strain to understand the molecular mechanisms ...

Author(s) : Chebotar, V. K.; Voshol, G. P.; Malfanova, N. V.; Chizhevskaya, E. P.; Zaplatkin, A. N.; Komarova, O. V.; Baganova, M. E.; Lazarev, A. M.; Balakina, S. V.

Publisher : American Society for Microbiology (ASM), Washington, D.C., USA

Journal article : Microbiology Resource Announcements 2021 Vol.10 No.1 ref.10

17. Survey of maize rhizosphere microbiome using shotgun metagenomics.

Several processes which occur in the rhizosphere make it a vital region in plant development. However, studies that examine rhizosphere microbiomes and their functional potentials remain scarce. Shotgun metagenomics was employed here to evaluate the functional potentials of the maize rhizosphere...

Author(s) : Babalola, O. O.; Omotayo, O. P.; Igiehon, N. O.

Publisher : American Society for Microbiology (ASM), Washington, D.C., USA

Journal article : Microbiology Resource Announcements 2021 Vol.10 No.1 ref.6

18. Ecological impact of organochlorine pesticides consortium on autochthonous microbial community in agricultural soil.

Organochlorine pesticides (OCPs) used in agricultural practices are of global concern due to their toxicological hazards on biomes of the impacted soil. Geochemistry and microbiome of OCPs-impacted (OW) soil was determined and compared with those of pristine (L1) soils. Microbiome of OW was based...

Author(s) : Egbe, C. C.; Oyetibo, G. O.; Ilori, M. O.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 2021 Vol.207 ref.many

19. Ecotoxicity of arsenic contamination toward the soil enchytraeid Enchytraeus crypticus at different biological levels: laboratory studies.

The ecotoxicity of arsenic (As) contamination toward small soil fauna living in soil pore water such as soil enchytraeids has rarely been studied but is important in the assessment of soil pollution. Here, the endpoints of As ecotoxicity to Enchytraeus crypticus were studied at three biological...

Author(s) : Li SiMin; Jia MingYun; Li Zhu; Ke Xin; Wu LongHua; Christie, P.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 2021 Vol.207 ref.43

20. Toxicity of soil antimony to earthworm Eisenia fetida (Savingy) before and after the aging process.

Information on soil antimony (Sb) toxicity to earthworm Eisenia fetida (Savingy) is limited. This ecotoxicology study was designed to quantify the soil Sb toxicity to earthworm E. fetida before and after aging process, establishing dose-effect relationship between Sb content and mortality. Results...

Author(s) : Xu ZhiNan; Yang ZaiFu; Zhu Tong; Shu WenJun

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 2021 Vol.207 ref.many

21. Fluoroquinolone-contaminated poultry litter strongly affects earthworms as verified through lethal and sub-lethal evaluations.

Poultry litter is one of the main sources of fluoroquinolones (FQs) in agricultural soils. In this study, our main goal was to investigate FQ-contaminated poultry litter effects on Eisenia andrei earthworms. To achieve this, acute and chronic tests covered several endpoints, such as avoidance,...

Author(s) : Parente, C. E. T.; Silva, E. O. da; Sales Júnior, S. F.; Hauser-Davis, R. A.; Malm, O.; Correia, F. V.; Saggioro, E. M.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 2021 Vol.207 ref.many

22. The responses of the growth, cytochrome P450 isoenzymes activities and the metabolomics in earthworms to sublethal doses of dichlorvos in soil.

In this paper, earthworms (Eisenia fetida) were exposed to sublethal doses of dichlorvos (spiked concentration of 0.1, 1.0, 10 mg/kg) in soil for 14 days, the metabolomics and activities of cytochrome P450 (CYP) isoenzymes (CYP1A2, CYP2C9 and CYP3A4) of earthworms were analyzed aiming to identify...

Author(s) : Yang XiaoXia; Gong JiuPing; Zhang XueMei; Zhang Wei; Li DianYan; Lin JunJie; Li XiuYing; Chai Yong; Liu JianFei

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 2021 Vol.207 ref.many

23. The efficiencies of inorganic mercury bio-methylation by aerobic bacteria under different oxygen concentrations.

Limited information is available about the bio-methylation of inorganic mercury (iHg) under aerobic conditions. In this study, two γ-proteobacteria strains (P. fluorescens TGR-B2 and P. putida TGR-B4) were obtained from the soil of The Three Gorges Reservoir (TGR), demonstrating effective aerobic...

Author(s) : Cao Dan; Chen WeiHong; Xiang YuPing; Mi QianFen; Liu Hang; Feng PengYu; Shen Hong; Zhang Cheng; Wang YongMin; Wang DingYong

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 2021 Vol.207 ref.many

24. Industrial-scale food waste composting: effects of aeration frequencies on oxygen consumption, enzymatic activities and bacterial community succession.

Industrial-scale composting of food waste (FW) was performed at different aeration frequencies (C_5_25: 5 min aeration + 25 min interval, C_10_20: 10 min aeration + 20 min interval, C_15_15: 15 min aeration + 15 min interval and CK: stuffiness) to ascertain the optimal aeration frequency to...

Author(s) : Zhang ShuChi; Wang JingLi; Chen Xu; Gui JiaXi; Sun Yue; Wu DongLei

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Bioresource Technology 2021 Vol.320 No.Part A

25. Mycorrhizal colonization in bread wheat varieties differing in their response to phosphorus.

Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) play an important role in phosphorus (P) nutrition of plants. Varietal differences in AMF infection occur but there is limited information on the importance of these differences to P efficiency in wheat. This work was conducted to determine whether variation in...

Author(s) : Nahar, K.; Bovill, B.; McDonald, G.

Publisher : Taylor & Francis, Philadelphia, USA

Journal article : Journal of Plant Nutrition 2021 Vol.44 No.1 pp.29-45 ref.43