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Kuraklık Stresi Altında Polisakkarit Üreten Mikroorganizmalarla Ekim İmkânları

Year 2024, Volume: 55 Issue: 1, 2 - 10, 31.01.2024

Abstract

Kuraklık/Su stresi, bitki büyümesini kısıtlayan önemli bir abiyotik strestir. Büyümeyi teşvik edici
özellikleriyle iyi bilinen bitki büyümesini teşvik eden rizobakteriler (PGPR), köklerin etrafında kuraklık
süresince onları daha uzun süre kuraklığa karşı koruyan hücre dışı polisakkaritler (EPS’ler) üretirler.
Toprak kalitesinin temel belirleyicilerinden biri olan arbusküler mikorizalar, toprağın topaklanma
özelliklerini gösteren ve su stabilitesinin arttırılmasına ve böylece kuraklık koşullarının aşılmasına
yardımcı olan glomalin proteinini salgılar; bu protein, toprak agregasyon özelliklerini gösterir ve
dolayısıyla kuraklık koşullarını aşarak su stabilitesini artırmaya yardımcı olur. Rhizosferik toprakta
EPS üreten PGPR ve mikorizal mantar yoğunluğunu artırmak, bitkilerin su stresi dönemlerinde
hayatta kalma şansını artırmak için bir yol olabilir. Bu derleme, EPS üreten mikroorganizmaların
kuraklık altında toprak sağlığının ve bitki büyümesinin korunmasındaki rolünü vurgulamaktadır.

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Prospects of Cropping with Polysaccharides Producing Microbes Under Drought Stress

Year 2024, Volume: 55 Issue: 1, 2 - 10, 31.01.2024

Abstract

Drought and water stress are the major abiotic stresses that limit plant growth. Plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria, well known for their growth-promoting attributes, produce extracellular polysaccharides that form rhizosheaths around the roots, thereby protecting them from desiccation for a longer duration. Arbuscular mycorrhizae, one of the key determinants of soil quality, secrete glomalin protein, which shows soil aggregation properties and helps increase water stability, thereby overcoming drought conditions. Increasing extracellular polysaccharide products using plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria and mycorrhizal fungi density in the rhizospheric soil can be a means to improve the survival of plants during water stress periods. The present review highlights the role of microbes producing extracellular polysaccharides in maintaining soil health and plant growth under drought.

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Primary Language English
Subjects Agricultural Engineering (Other)
Journal Section Reviews
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Richa RAGHUWANSHI This is me 0000-0003-1377-1499

Early Pub Date January 28, 2024
Publication Date January 31, 2024
Published in Issue Year 2024 Volume: 55 Issue: 1

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APA RAGHUWANSHI, R. (2024). Prospects of Cropping with Polysaccharides Producing Microbes Under Drought Stress. Research in Agricultural Sciences, 55(1), 2-10.

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