Bacteria Mineralizing Phytate In The Bean Rhizosphere In An Algerian Agro-Ecosystem


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Authors

  • Ihsein Rokia AMINE-KHODJA Genetic, Biochemistry and Plant Biotechnology Laboratory, Faculty of Natural Sciences,Constantine 1 University, Route Ain El Bey, Constantine 25000, Algeria
  • Rym MAOUGAL Genetic, Biochemistry and Plant Biotechnology Laboratory, Faculty of Natural Sciences,Constantine 1 University, Route Ain El Bey, Constantine 25000, Algeria
  • Abdelhamid DJEKOUN Genetic, Biochemistry and Plant Biotechnology Laboratory, Faculty of Natural Sciences,Constantine 1 University, Route Ain El Bey, Constantine 25000, Algeria

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.59287/icpis.816

Keywords:

Cellular Beam, Circular Cut, Length, Openings, Load Location, Robot Structures, Euro-Code 3

Abstract

Phosphorus (P) is an essential element for plant growth, but its low bioavailability in soil often limits agricultural production, particularly for common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.). This study aimed to investigate the presence of phytasic bacterial communities in soils with different levels of P deficiency, and their impact on the availability of P for P. vulgaris. The results showed that the phytasic bacterial communities carrying the BPP gene were present in both types of soils and were more abundant in the Pdeficient soil and in the rhizosphere compared to the P-rich soil and bulk soil, respectively. This study highlights the importance of these bacteria in promoting plant growth and suggests that their density is influenced by both soil type and the presence of the plant.

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2023-06-13

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AMINE-KHODJA, I. R., MAOUGAL, R., & DJEKOUN, A. (2023). Bacteria Mineralizing Phytate In The Bean Rhizosphere In An Algerian Agro-Ecosystem. International Conference on Pioneer and Innovative Studies, 1, 122–126. https://doi.org/10.59287/icpis.816

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