Field response of rice paddy crop to Azospirillum inoculation: physiology of rhizosphere bacterial communities and the genetic diversity of endophytic ... View Full Text


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DATE

2010-11

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Inés E. García de Salamone, Luciana P. Di Salvo, Jhovana S. Escobar Ortega, Paulo M. F. Boa Sorte, Segundo Urquiaga, Kátia R. S. Teixeira

ABSTRACT

The response of rice plants to the application of inoculant containing two Azospirillum brasilense strains was studied under field conditions. The experiment was performed as three treatments with four replicates in randomized complete blocks arranged as plots of 60 m2 in an area on a Vertic Argiudol soil type in the province of Entre Ríos, Argentina. The bacterial rhizosphere community and also the diazotrophic isolates obtained from control and inoculated rice plants were analyzed in relation to their physiology and biological nitrogen fixation (BNF). The MPN of diazotrophs in the rhizosphere varied during the ontogenic cycle. The patterns of distribution of the microbial physiological activities obtained by principal component analysis of community-level physiological profiles (CLPP) showed differences in the utilization of carbon sources by the rhizosphere communities among treatments. Although the analyses of DGGE 16S and nifH profiles have not indicated that the inoculation influenced the genetic diversity of bacterial communities among treatments, they revealed that the banding profiles were altered in different parts of the rice plant by each Azospirillum inoculation treatment. These observations suggest that physiological responses of plant tissues to the inoculation may have occurred. According to agronomic parameters of each treatment, the Azospirillum inoculation increased aerial biomass at the tillering and grain-filling stages. Although the N content accumulated in rice plants increased by 16 and 50 kg ha−1, the BNF contribution could not be estimated under our experimental conditions by the 15N balance technique. Based on this field inoculation experiment to rice plants, it is noteworthy that our data suggest that due to Azospirillum inoculation the increase of total N accumulated in rice plants could be a tool to help farmers to improve production and maintain high input of plant residues, providing more organic matter to the soil and guaranteeing sustainability of the system. More... »

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351-362

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Plant and Soil

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1-2

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336

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