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Factors affecting the colonisation of a root system by fluorescent Pseudomonads : The effects of water, temperature and soil microflora
The colonisation of a radish root system by strains ofPseudomonas fluorescens, selected for their ability to promote potato and radish growth under different environmental conditions is reported. In pot experiments ...
In vitro studies of siderophore production by wild type and rifampicin resistant strains of fluorescent Pseudomonads
Wild type (Rif−) and rifampicin resistant (Rif+) isolates of fluorescent Pseudomonads were grown in King’s B liquid medium in the presence and absence of iron and subcultured every 48 h for 12 days. Growth rates and the ...
A comparison of methods for measuring the colonisation of a root system by fluorescent Pseudomonads
Methods are described for measuring the colonisation of a radish (Raphanus sativus) root system by seedlings with rifampicin resistant fluorescent pseudomonads by dilution plating, and which would take account of differences ...