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Iron Nutrition in Plants and Rhizospheric Microorganisms

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plant ecology,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Life Sciences - Biochemistry,
  • Life Sciences - Biology - General,
  • Trees & Forests - General,
  • Science / Biology

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsL.L. Barton (Editor), J. Abadia (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages477
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8371970M
    ISBN 101402047428
    ISBN 109781402047428

    Beijing, China edn, vol. 1, Tsinghua University Press, Beijing, China, pp. , Role of rhizosphere microorganisms in iron and phosphorus uptke by plants, 1/01/Author: P. Marschner, Zed Rengel, D. Crowley. On the other hand, Mn-oxidizing bacteria in the rhizosphere of plants grown in M-deficient soils can play an important role in plant disease control (Gilbert, Handelsman and Parke ). By reversing reaction (1), these bacteria reduce the availability of Mn 2+ for fungal pathogens limiting its ability to .

    Biochemistry of Metal Micronutrients in the Rhizosphere focuses on chemical factors and biological activities that control the uptake and translocation of essential metal micronutrients by plants and microorganisms. Emphasis is placed on current proposals describing the roles of microorganisms in co. Iron Nutrition in Plants and Rhizospheric Microorganisms Edited by Larry L. Barton Department of Biology TheUniversity of New Mexico Albuquerque New Mexico, USA and Javier Abad ía Department of Plant Nutrition Estación Experimental de Aula Dei Consejo Superior .

      Iron Nutrition in Plants and Rhizospheric Microorganisms. Larry L. Barton. 23 Jun Hardback. US$ Iron Nutrition in Plants and Rhizospheric Microorganisms. Larry L. Barton. 04 Oct Paperback. US$ Add to basket. Iron Nutrition in Soils and Plants. Javier Abadia. 15 Jan Paperback. unavailable.   Plant response mechanisms to deficiency of a single nutrient, such as sulfur (S) or iron (Fe), have been described at agronomic, physiological, biochemical, metabolomics, and transcriptomic levels. However, agroecosystems are often characterized by different scenarios, in which combined nutrient deficiencies are likely to occur. Soils are becoming depleted for S, whereas Fe, although Cited by:


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International scientists discuss research on acquisition of iron by strategy I and strategy II plants. These reviews summarize a variety of plant species and include both laboratory and field observations.

Topics covered in this book include: plants as a source of iron for. Buy Iron Nutrition in Plants and Rhizospheric Microorganisms (): NHBS - Edited By: J Abadia and L.L Barton, Springer Nature. This book provides a comprehensive review on the status of iron nutrition in plants.

It contains updated reviews of most relevant issues involving Fe in plants and combines research on molecular biology with physiological studies of plant-iron nutrition. It also covers molecular aspects of iron uptake and storage in Arabidopsis and transmembrane movement and translocation of iron in plants.

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Topics covered in this book include: plants as a source of iron for animals and humans, iron translocation in the plants, iron-stimulated activities that influence crop yield and fruit tree productivity, iron uptake by plants as influenced by microorganisms (i.e.

free living soil microorganisms, symbiotic nitrogen-fixing and pathogenic bacteria. Crowley D.E. () Microbial Siderophores in the Plant Rhizosphere.

In: Barton L.L., Abadia J. (eds) Iron Nutrition in Plants and Rhizospheric Microorganisms. Springer, DordrechtCited by: Store Search search Title, ISBN and Author Iron Nutrition in Plants and Rhizospheric Microorganisms Estimated delivery business days Format Hardcover Condition Brand New Contains reviews of most relevant issues involving Fe in plants and combines research on molecular biology with physiological studies of plant-iron nutrition.

Rhizosphere Microbiome and Plant Nutrition. bacteria can improve phosphorus nutrition of plants and thus can stimulate plant growth under conditions of phosphorus deficiency, but the ability. Interactions between microorganisms and plants influencing iron acquisition.

The total Fe content in soil typically ranges from 2 to 4% (w/w), but in aerated soils its availability to organisms is limited by the low solubility of Fe(III) hydrolysis species and the slow dissolution of iron by:   Iron Nutrition in Plants and Rhizospheric Microorganisms by Larry L.

Barton This book provides a comprehensive review on the status of iron nutrition in plants. It contains updated reviews of most relevant issues involving Fe in plants and combines research on molecular biology with physiological studies of plant-iron nutrition Pages: Iron Nutrition in Plants and Rhizospheric Microorganisms Topics covered in this book include: plants as a source of iron for animals and humans, iron translo-cation in the plants, iron-stimulated activities that influence crop yield and fruit tree productivity, iron uptake by plants as influenced by microorganisms.

Iron is an electron carrier functioning in respiration and photosynthesis and as such an essential nutritional requirement for plants. In addition, iron is important in the production and detoxification of oxygen radicals and in numerous reduction and monooxygenase reactions.

The low solubility of iron in aerated soils at neutral or alkaline pH dictates the distribution of species in natural. In the rhizosphere, this concentration is even lower due to the iron uptake by both roots and microbes, and the concentrations of Fe(III) species are generally far below those required for optimal growth of microbes and plants, 10 −5 to 10 −7 M and 10 −4 to 10 −9 M, respectively (Guerinot and Ying,Loper and Buyer, ).Based on the solubility of goethite (), under oxic Cited by: Iron Nutrition in Plants and Rhizospheric Microorganisms The Rhizosphere and Plant Growth the book is highly recommended as an up to date summary of rhizosphere research for colleagues and students in the field of agronomy and horticulture, plant ecology and soil should be stimulating reading for plant breeders as.

Iron (Fe) deficiency chlorosis is a major nutritional disorder for crops growing in calcareous soils, and causes decreases in vegetative growth as well as marked yield and quality losses.

With the advances in mass spectrometry techniques, a substantial body of knowledge has arisen on the changes in the protein profiles of different plant parts and compartments as a result of Fe by: Iron Nutrition In Plants And Rhizospheric Microorganisms.

Author by Description: This book provides a comprehensive review on the status of iron nutrition in plants. It contains updated reviews of most relevant issues involving Fe in plants and combines research on molecular biology with physiological studies of plant-iron nutrition.

Previous experiments have shown that the application of fertilizer granules containing elemental sulfur (S0) as an ingredient (FBS0) in durum wheat crops produced a higher yield than that produced by conventional ones (F), provided that the soils of the experimental fields (F vs. FBS0) were of comparable quality and with the Olsen P content of the field’s soil above 8 mg kg−1.

In Cited by: 2.Iron Nutrition in Plants and Rhizospheric Microorganisms pp | Cite as Status and Future Developments Involving Plant Iron in Animal and Human Nutrition AuthorsCited by: 6.InEusebe Gris showed that certain chlorosis in plants could be reversed by treating roots and leaves with iron solutions.

Iron is a micronutrient and is required by plants in small amounts. Most annual plants have a requirement for Fe on the order of 1 to lb Fe per acre, compared with nitrogen (N) at 80 to lb per acre.