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Phosphate Solubilizing Biofertilizers as a component of INM Many heterotropjic bacteria and fungi efficiently solubilize insoluble phosphate of soil and rock phosphates. Inoculation of phosphate solubilizing micro organisms increase crop yield by 5-10 %. The integrated use of rock phosphate and PSM add 20-30 kg P2O5/ha.

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Mechanism of Potassium Solubilization in the Agricultural

Jun 28, 2016Masood S., Bano A. (2016) Mechanism of Potassium Solubilization in the Agricultural Soils by the Help of Soil Microorganisms. In: Meena V., Maurya B., Verma J., Meena R. (eds) Potassium Solubilizing Microorganisms for Sustainable Agriculture.

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Increasing potassium (K) release from K

Potassium solubilizing bacteria were found to release K, silicon and aluminum from insoluble minerals (6). Numerous studies have documented the release of K during the degradation of silicate minerals by bacteria (7- 10) and isolation and identification of K-releasing bacteria has been reported (4, 2, 11- 13).

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Effect of potassium and phosphorus solubilizing Capsicum

use of potassium solubilizing bacteria (PSB) as a biological fertilizer was suggested as a solution availability of soil minerals, playing a central role in ion cycling and soil fertility (Bin Lian et al., 2010) [6]. Very little of potassium source is available for plant use. Silicate solubilizing bacteria were found to

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Molybdenum in bacteria

The activity of sulfate-reducing bacteria (SRB) intensifies the problems associated to corrosion of metals and the solution entails significant economic costs. Although molybdate can be used to control the negative effects of these organisms, the mechanisms triggered in the cells exposed to Mo-excess are poorly understood.

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Draft Genome Sequence of the Potassium Feldspar

These data provide the basis to investigate the relative impact of bacteria in feldspar solubilizing and the molecular mechanism of the potassium feldspar's dissolution. Ensifer adhaerens L18, isolated from potassium feldspar mining area soil, was found to be capable of solubilizing K from an insoluble K-bearing mineral source.

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Isolation and Screening of Silicate Bacteria from Various

Silicate solubilizing bacteria (SSB) can play an efficient role in soil by solubilizing insoluble forms of silicates. In addition to this some SSB can also solubilize and phosphatespotassium, hence in-creasing soil fertility and enhancing plant defense mechanisms. A total of 111 bacterial strains

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Phosphate solubilizing bacteria and their role in plant

The mechanisms by which PGPR can exert a positive effect on plant growth can be of two types: direct and indirect [5]. Indirect growth promotion is the decrease or prevention of del-eterious effect of pathogenic microorganisms, mostly due to the synthesis of

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Microbial Phosphorus Solubilization and Its Potential for

The mechanisms of inorganic phosphate solubilization by PSM and the mechanisms of organic phosphorus mineralization are highlighted together with some factors that determine the success of this technology. Microbial Phosphorus Solubilization and Its Potential for Use in Sustainable Agriculture Phosphorus solubilizing bacteria may also

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Superoxide dismutase

Superoxide dismutase is an enzyme that alternately catalyzes the dismutation of the superoxide radical into either ordinary molecular oxygen or hydrogen peroxide. Superoxide is produced as a by-product of oxygen metabolism and, if not regulated, causes many types of cell damage. Hydrogen peroxide is also damaging and is degraded by other enzymes such as catalase. Thus, SOD is an important antioxidant

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Draft Genome Sequence of the Potassium Feldspar

Here, we report the draft genome sequence and annotation of the feldspar-solubilizing bacterium Ensifer adhaerens L18. These data provide the basis to investigate the relative impact of bacteria in feldspar solubilizing and the molecular mechanism of the potassium feldspar's dissolution.

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Potassium Solubilizing Microorganisms for Sustainable

compiling articles on this interesting topic of potassium solubilizing microorganisms. Authors of the chapters present a fascinating and stimulating collection of articles focusing on isolation and screening of potassium solubilizing microorganisms, mechanism of solubilization and evaluation of their effectiveness in greenhouse as well as in

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Microbial Phosphorus Solubilization and Its Potential for

The mechanisms of inorganic phosphate solubilization by PSM and the mechanisms of organic phosphorus mineralization are highlighted together with some factors that determine the success of this technology. Microbial Phosphorus Solubilization and Its Potential for Use in Sustainable Agriculture Phosphorus solubilizing bacteria may also

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Agronomy

There is evidence of the potential role of phosphate solubilizing bacteria (PSB) in the enhancement of plant growth through P uptake by plants. However, the mechanism of silicate solubilization by silicate solubilizing bacteria (SSB) and uptake of silicon by plant lack sufficient information.

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In vitro Screening of Zn solubilizing and Potassium

In vitro Screening of Zn solubilizing and Potassium releasing isolates for Plant Growth Promoting (PGP) characters Y. Nagaraju*, S. Triveni, A. Vijaya Gopal, G. Thirumal, B. Prasanna Kumar and P. Jhansi Department of Agricultural Microbiology, Professor Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University (PJTSAU), Rajendranagar, Hyderabad-30.

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The Ability of Potassium

K-Feldspar can be accelerated through the role of the Potassium Solubilizing Bacteria (KSB). The mineral grain size be an important to facilitate application on agricultural lands. The aim of this study were to test the capability of KSB to dissolving K-Feldspar and to know

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Agronomy

There is evidence of the potential role of phosphate solubilizing bacteria (PSB) in the enhancement of plant growth through P uptake by plants. However, the mechanism of silicate solubilization by silicate solubilizing bacteria (SSB) and uptake of silicon by plant lack sufficient information.

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(PDF) Biosynthesis of Phytohormones by Potassium

Potassium in fixed forms in soil and are available in very solubilizing bacteria which is of rhizosphere origin low amount to the plants and at the same time has the ability to solubilize insoluble form of excessive use of chemical fertilizers causing the potassium by following diferent mechanism like depletion of potassium from potassium

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Role of Potassium in Maintaining Health

Potassium is very important in the human body. Along with sodium, it regulates the water balance and the acid-base balance in the blood and tissues. Potassium enters the cell more readily than does sodium and instigates the brief sodium-potassium exchange across the cell membranes.

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Potassium

The behavior of potassium in the soil is determined more by physical than by chemical or biological processes. Two mechanisms limit the leaching of potassium from the soil. One is that the potassium ion is small and may be trapped inside crevices within clay particles, where it is held by crystalline forces. This happens also to ammonium ions.

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Impact of phosphate solubilizing bacteria on growth and

mechanisms exhibited by PGPR in promoting plant growth (Glick, 1995). Several soil microorganisms are known to produce auxin in culture media and also in soil (Asgharet al., 2000; Khalidet al., 2004). A number of phosphate solubilizing bacteria and fungi act as plant growth promoters because of their ability to release IAA (Souchieet al., 2007).

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Evaluation of phosphate solubilizing bacteria on the

ORIGINAL ARTICLE Evaluation of phosphate-solubilizing bacteria on the growth and grain yield of rice (Oryza sativa L.) cropped in northern Iran E. Bakhshandeh1, H. Rahimian2, H. Pirdashti3 and G.A. Nematzadeh3 1 Department of Plant Molecular Physiology, Genetics and Agricultural Biotechnology Institute of Tabarestan and Sari Agricultural Sciences and

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Understanding potassium – How I Recovered

Oct 03, 2013Understanding potassium. Anyone following Freddd's methylation protocol or any other high dose methylation support should know there's a risk of creating a potassium deficiency which is potentially lethal. It's called hypokalemia. Muscle cramping is one of the warning signs and I've experienced some of those cramps.

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Phosphate

possible mechanism involved in the solubilization of in-soluble calcium phosphate. Key words Mangrove 7 Bacillus spp. 7 Enterobacter spp. 7 Inorganic phosphate-solubilizing microorganisms 7 Rhizosphere Introduction Dissolved inorganic phosphate exists in the sea mainly as ionic forms of orthophosphoric acid. Because of the

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Evidence for plasmid

Transient and commensal bacteria in the gut must withstand many stresses. The influence of mobile genetic elements such as plasmids in stress adaptation within the ecosystem is poorly understood. Using a mobilomic approach we found evidence for plasmid-mediated osmotolerance as a phenotype amongst the Proteobacteria in healthy faecal slurries.

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Optimization of growth conditions For zinc Solubilizing

Zinc (Zn) is an essential element necessary for plant, humans and microorganisms required in little quantities to compose a complete array of physiological functions. Rhizospheric microbes are known to influence plant growth by various direct and indirect mechanisms and have some additional properties such as multiple metal solubilization.

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Pgpr

Oct 25, 2016POTASSIUM SOLUBILIZATION More than 90% of potassium in the soil exists in the form of insoluble rocks and silicate minerals . Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria are able to solubilize potassium rock through production and secretion of organic acids . Potassium solubilizing plant growth promoting rhizobacteria such Acidothiobacillus

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Drinking Water Treatment

Aug 23, 2019Potassium permanganate is a point-of-entry treatment method that oxidizes dissolved iron, manganese, and hydrogen sulfide into solid particles that are filtered out of the water. It can also be used to control iron bacteria growth in wells. How potassium permanganate works . Potassium permanganate is available as a dry, purplish solid.

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Differences in Distribution of Potassium

The utilization of potassium-solubilizing bacteria (KSB) to increase the soluble K content in soil has been regarded as a desirable pathway to increase plant yields. Following the inoculation of KSB in the soil, potassium can be released (in the form of K+) and consumed by plants.

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A Novel Initiation Mechanism of Death in Streptococcus

Aug 03, 2012Although the mechanism of potassium efflux in HAMLET-treated pneumococci is not fully clear, MSCs played a significant role due to the ability of gadolinium to inhibit a large portion of this efflux. Using gadolinium as an inhibitor, MSCs also appeared to play some role in HAMLET-induced death, which was independent of potassium.

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