Influence of the earthworm Aporrectodea trapezoides (Lumbricidae) on the colonization of alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) roots by Rhizobium meliloti L5-30R ... View Full Text


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DATE

1994-06

AUTHORS

Peter M. Stephens, Christopher W. Davoren, Maarten H. Ryder, Bernard M. Doube

ABSTRACT

A greenhouse study was performed to examine the ability of the earthworms Microscolex dubius and Aporrectodea trapezoides to transport Rhizobium meliloti L5-30R through soil. When R. meliloti L5-30R was inoculated into either ezi-mulch (a pelleted formulation of cereal-pea straw), oat hay, pea hay, or sheep dung and placed on the soil surface together with either A. trapezoides or M. dubius, >104 colony-forming units (CFU) of R. meliloti L5-30R g-1 soil were detected at 90 mm soil depth after 18 days. In the absence of earthworms, R. meliloti L5-30R was not detected at 90 mm soil depth after this time. In a second experiment using ezi-mulch as the inoculant material and in the presence of A. trapezoides (in a number equivalent to 471 or 785 m-2), ca. 103 CFU of R. meliloti L5-30R per 10 mm of alfalfa root were detected at 0–30, 30–60, and 60–90 mm soil depth after 18 days, while <3 CFU were detected per 10 mm of root in the absence of A. trapezoides. In a third experiment in which R. meliloti L5-30R was distributed evenly through soil at the start of the experiment, A. trapezoides (in a number equivalent to 157, 471, or 785 m-2) significantly decreased the survival of L5-30R in soil after 40 days of incubation at 15°C, but not after 20 days. The decrease in survival of R. meliloti L5-30R was correlated with the density of A. trapezoides. These results demonstrate that A. trapezoides can increase root colonization of alfalfa by R. meliloti L5-30R, but may also reduce the ability of R. meliloti L5-30R to survive in soil. More... »

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63-70

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