TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «ENDOPHYTICALLY»
The term «endophytically» is normally little used and occupies the 148.873
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ENDOPHYTICALLY»
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Seaweed Ecology and Physiology
(1999) discovered them growing endophytically within the cell walls of 17
species of (mostly) filamentous red seaweed; the hosts each housed tens to
hundreds of gametophytes. The kelp spores settle and germinate on the red
Catriona L. Hurd, Paul J. Harrison, Kai Bischof, 2014
Hence it is quite possible that the free floating condition of the alga under
discussion is'not the only one in which it exists, but that it may also grow
endophytically. Exper1mental Cultures. From the material provided a number of
cultures were ...
Isaac Bayley Balfour, Roland Thaxter, Vernon Herbert Blackman, 1917
... eventually developing into new filament, are called (xii) Oscillatoria reproduces
only vegetatively by and (xiii) Nostoc grows endophytically in the roots of Cycas. (
xiv) Akinetes are perennating structures. These are found in a cyanobacterium.
Thus, a species of bacteria with an apparent genetic predisposition to colonizing
plants endophytically is suggested, ... The ability of this bacterium to colonize
endophytically plants from the external application BACTERIAL ENDOPHYTES
S. S. Gnanamanickam, 2007
The Quest for Nitrogen Fixation in Rice
The diazotrophic strain R48b has SSU rRNA genes similar to those of Azoarcus
sp6a3, a diazotrophic endophyte of Kallar grass (Hurek et al 1997b). Some
strains of Azoarchus are able to colonize rice endophytically (Hurek et al 1994,
Jagdish Kumar Ladha, P. M. Reddy, 2000
The Organic Lawn Care Manual: A Natural, Low-Maintenance ...
Professor Patriquin is in the minority opinion, but he is correct that endophytically
enhanced grasses have become widespread in the marketplace. The benefits
are many. All you can really do is learn more about the subject and make your ...
Biological Control of Plant-parasitic Nematodes, 2nd ...
Since a capacity to colonize roots endophytically is really an extreme form of
rhizosphere competence, such a trait could be expected to benefit any fungus
that utilizes plant-parasitic nematodes as a food source. Endophytic root
Importance of the Mutualistic Endophyte Fusarium Oxysporum ...
Interest has recently shifted to bacterial and fungal antagonists that reside
endophytically in the endorhiza of the host plant (Pocasangre et al., 2000; Sikora
et al., 2003). Endophytic microorganisms can easily be applied to seeds or
Abd El-Fattah Adnan Saʼd Dababat, 2007
Forests and Dragonflies: Fourth WDA International Symposium ...
Females were similar to M. jocaste but smaller, and laid their eggs endophytically
(J. Louton, pers. comm.). M. jocaste females have been described as 'shooting'
into a tree hole eggs subsequently found floating on the water surface (Machado
Adolfo Cordero Rivera, 2006
Biological Management of Diseases of Crops: Volume 1: ...
Volume 1: Characteristics of Biological Control Agents P. Narayanasamy.
endophyte in vegetation under stress and Pochonia chlamydospora, parasitic on
nematode eggs have the ability to colonize roots of non-host plants
endophytically and ...