Bacterial distribution in the rhizosphere of wild barley under contrasting microclimates

  • Timmusk S
  • Paalme V
  • Pavlicek T
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All plants in nature harbor a diverse community of rhizosphere bacteria which can affect the plant growth. Our samples are isolated from the rhizosphere of wild barley Hordeum spontaneum at the Evolution Canyon ('EC'), Israel. The bacteria which have been living in close relationship with the plant root under the stressful conditions over millennia are likely to have developed strategies to alleviate plant stress.

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  • Tomáš PavlíčekUniversity of Haifa, Institute of Evolution, Israel

  • Salme Timmusk

  • Viiu Paalme

  • Jonas Bergquist

  • Ameraswar Vangala

  • Triin Danilas

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