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Actinomycetes
University of Udine, Mycology Department
ISSN: 0732-0574
Vol. 7, No. 2, 1996
Bioline Code: ac96010
Full paper language: English
Document type: Research Article
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Actinomycetes, Vol. 7, No. 2, 1996

 en Studies on the Streptomycete population inhabiting plant roots

Abstract

Actinomycetes, 1991, Vol.2, Part 1. pp. 56-65
 
STUDIES  ON  THE  STREPTOMYCETE  POPULATION  INHABITING 
PLANT  ROOTS

B. PETROLINI, S. QUARONI, M. SARACCHI and P. SARDI

Code Number: AC96010
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Abstract. 

Streptomycetes were constantly recovered from surface-
sterilised roots of 156 plant species. Following a grouping of
the isolate population (1422 strains), a more detailed
characterisation was carried out on 82 representative
isolates. Identification by probabilistic methods showed the
predominance of three Streptomyces clusters, namely
S.anulatus, S.halstedii and S.albidoflavus, and allowed a 
physiological characterisation of the streptomycete population 
inhabiting plant roots.
  
Copyright 1996  C.E.T.A., The International Centre for
Theoretical and Applied Ecology, Gorizia

 

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