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Plant-Microbe Interactions and Sustainable Agriculture Development

Journal: Acta Microbiologica Bulgarica (Vol.38, No. 2)

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Page : 83-90

Keywords : rhizosphere; PGPR microbes; symbiotic; Next-generation sequencing;

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From the beginning of evolution, plants and microbes have developed and coevolved together. This microbial interaction plays a very important role in all life forms. Due to that interaction, plants evolved their own immune response system. This immune response system elicits an array of various biochemical molecules that can mediate an enormous signalling cascade. On the other hand, microbes mediate positive correlation via symbiotic association and negative correlation through parasitism and damage of the internal tissue of plants for their own benefits. A variety of microbes are found in our surroundings, which are beneficial and provide new ways to develop sustainable crop improvement for high yields of grains. We will illustrate the various tools that can enhance positive microbial interaction and develop new possibilities for agriculture and crop improvement.

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