Insights into the functional potential of bacterial endophytes from the ethnomedicinal plant, Piper longum L. View Full Text


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2022-06

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Laccy Phurailatpam, Amrita Gupta, Pramod Kumar Sahu, Sushma Mishra

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Medicinal plants are rich source of pharmacologically active secondary metabolites, which find wide applications in food, medicine and cosmetic industries. Besides, medicinal plants have been reported to harbour a rich diversity of microbiota with plant growth promoting potential, and source of novel and economically important compounds. In this study, we have investigated the endophytic microbiota of Piper longum, an ethnomedicinal plant of Indian subcontinent, which is widely used in Ayurvedic formulations for curing respiratory and digestive disorders. Here, we report the isolation of 67 bacterial endophytes from different plant parts, namely roots (18), shoots (25), and spikes (24). Interestingly, most of the isolated bacterial endophytes produced varying concentrations of indole-3-acetic acid (some producing > 20 µg/ml), ammonia and siderophores. Next, 16 endophytic isolates that exhibited high plant growth promoting (PGP) trait(s) under in vitro conditions were identified by 16S rRNA gene sequencing. Further, the individual inoculation of four endophytes with multiple (and high) PGP potential, namely Acinetobacter soli S14, Pseudomonas khazarica S34, Bacillus paramycoides S9, and Enterobacter hormaechei R15, was found to enhance seed germination percentage and seedling growth in tomato and wheat. Altogether, our results provide substantial clues for further investigation of P. longum endophytic microbiome for sustainable agriculture and bioprospecting for novel traits. More... »

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165-174

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