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Beneficial microbes in agro-ecology. Bacteria and fungi / edited by N. Amaresan, M. Senthil Kumar, K. Annapurna, Krishna Kumar, A. Sankaranarayanan.

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Amsterdam : Academic Press, 2020.
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Other Title:
Bacteria and fungi
Subjects:
Bacteriology, Agricultural.
Fungi in agriculture.
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Electronic books.
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Summary:
Beneficial Microbes in Agro-Ecology: Bacteria and Fungi is a complete resource on the agriculturally important beneficial microflora used in agricultural production technologies. Included are 30 different bacterial genera relevant in the sustainability, mechanisms, and beneficial natural processes that enhance soil fertility and plant growth. The second part of the book discusses 23 fungal genera used in agriculture for the management of plant diseases and plant growth promotion. Covering a wide range of bacteria and fungi on biocontrol and plant growth promoting properties, the book will help researchers, academics and advanced students in agro-ecology, plant microbiology, pathology, entomology, and nematology. -- Provided by publisher.
Contents:
1. Arthrobacter
2. Alcaligenes
3. Serratia
4. Rhizobium
5. Streptomyces
6. Azospirillum
7. Bacillus
8. Pseudomonas
9. Brevibacillus
10. Exiguobacterium
11. Frankia
12. Kosakonia
13. Klebsiella
14. Enterobacter
15. Burkholderia
16. Lysobacter
17. Paenibacillus
18. Firmicutes
19. Azotobacter
20. Stenotrophomonas
21. Actinobacteria
22. Clostridium
23. Herbaspirillium
24. Methylobacterium
25. Cyanobacteria
26. Gluconobacter
27. Thiobacillus
28. Glomus
29. Trichoderma
30. Metarhizium
31. Aspergillus
32. Ganoderma
33. Penicillium
34. Gliocladium
35. Pochonia
36. Duddingtonia
37. Paxillus
38. Pisolithus
39. Beauveria
40. Stropharia
41. Entamophora
42. Pythium
43. Paecilomyces
44. Dactylella
45. Hirsutella
46. Ampelomyces.
Notes:

1. Arthrobacter 2. Alcaligenes 3. Serratia 4. Rhizobium 5. Streptomyces 6. Azospirillum 7. Bacillus 8. Pseudomonas 9. Brevibacillus 10. Exiguobacterium 11. Frankia 12. Kosakonia 13. Klebsiella 14. Enterobacter 15. Burkholderia 16. Lysobacter 17. Paenibacillus 18. Firmicutes 19. Azotobacter 20. Stenotrophomonas 21. Actinobacteria 22. Clostridium 23. Herbaspirillium 24. Methylobacterium 25. Cyanobacteria 26. Gluconobacter 27. Thiobacillus 28. Glomus 29. Trichoderma 30. Metarhizium 31. Aspergillus 32. Ganoderma 33. Penicillium 34. Gliocladium 35. Pochonia 36. Duddingtonia 37. Paxillus 38. Pisolithus 39. Beauveria 40. Stropharia 41. Entamophora 42. Pythium 43. Paecilomyces 44. Dactylella 45. Hirsutella 46. Ampelomyces


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Contributor:
Amaresan, N., editor.
Kumar, M. Senthil, editor.
Annapurna, K. (Kannepalli), editor.
Kumar, Krishna, editor.
Sankaranarayanan, A., editor.
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ISBN:
9780128235584
0128235586
9780128234143
0128234148
OCLC:
1173750277
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