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Isolated Phosphate-Solubilizing Soil Bacteria Promotes In vitro Growth of Solanum tuberosum L.

). Consequently, soil fertility and its edaphic microbiota’s capacity to carry out biogeochemical cycles are decreasing (Dawwam et al. 2013; Sivasakthi et al. 2014). Plant roots uptake inorganic P is as orthophosphate through non-symbiotic physiological mechanisms; however, through symbiosis with “plant-growth promoting Rhizobacteria” (PGPR), it facilitates, even more, their absorption (Richardson 2001; Richardson et al. 2009). PGPR solubilize P precipitated in the soil by synthesis and secretion of organic

GUSTAVO YAÑEZ-OCAMPO, MARTHA E. MORA-HERRERA, ARNOLDO WONG-VILLARREAL, DENISSE M. DE LA PAZ-OSORIO, NADIA DE LA PORTILLA-LÓPEZ, JORGE LUGO, ROCIO VACA-PAULÍN, PEDRO DEL ÁGUILA

Polish Journal of Microbiology , ISSUE 3, 357–365

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