PGPR

AcronymDefinition
PGPRPlant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (microbiology)
PGPRPlant Germplasm Preservation Research (National Center for Genetic Resources Preservation; USDA)
PGPRPolyglycerol Polyrcinoleate (food emulsifier)
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O poliglicerol polirricinoleato (PGPR) e outro emulsificante muito utilizado em alimentos, principalmente para reduzir o Casson yield value, alterando a viscosidade em chocolates e facilitando a sua moldagem (HASENHUETTL, 1997; LONCHAMPT & HARTEL, 2004; FAERGEMAND & KROG, 2006; BASTIDA-RODRIGUEZ, 2013).
de la Mora, "Influence of nitrogen fertilisation on pasture culturable rhizobacteria occurrence and the role of environmental factors on their potential PGPR activities," Biology and Fertility of Soils, vol.
Khavazi, "Effects of seed priming with Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) on yield and yield attribute of maize (Zea mays L.) hybrids," Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment, vol.
Keywords: Azotobactor, Azosprillum, Bio-fertilizer, Bacillus, Flax, Pseudomonas, Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR).
and combination of PGPR showed intermediary effects on both nematode reproduction and plant growth.
Las PGPR y los hongos micorrizicos arbusculares (HMA) han sido aplicados en viveros de plantas para mejorar el vigor, la nutricion y la calidad de las plantas (Lovato et al., 1996).
PGPR that contain ACC deaminase, when bound to the seed coat of a developing seedling, act as a mechanism for ensuring that the ethylene level dose not become raised to the point where root growth is impaired.
La finalidad ha sido estudiar la posibilidad su posible utilizacion como biofertilizante, de ahi el interes de caracterizar estas bacterias como PGPR dilucidando su comportamiento en cuanto a sus interacciones con las MA para llegar a concluir la presencia de relaciones sinergicas beneficas entre estos dos grupos microbiologicos (Franco-Correa 2008).
B-1, 2 &3 being as a good PGPR and a potential biocontrol agents, may be used as potential bioinoculants for rice.
TV-6D and TV-6D+RK-92+TV-53D strains were found to mitigate drought stress tolerance in cabbage plants by accumulating antioxidant enzymes, osmolytes, hormone production, and decreased electrolyte leakage in PGPR treated plants under water deficit conditions.
PGPR bacterial has ability to alter the internal pool of IAA while the endogenous level of IAA in plant roots may be optimum for growth hence more IAA required from soil rhizosphere bacteria may enhance or suppress the plant growth as a result promotion or inhibition happens respectively (Phan et al., 2016).