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Authors Reza, DTA; Sohrab, M; Ali, AH; Masoomeh, S
Author Full Name Reza, Dehghani Tafti Ahmad; Sohrab, Mahmoodi; Ali, Alikhani Hossein; Masoomeh, Salehi
Title Role of rhizospheric microorganisms in mitigating the adverse effect of salinity stress inPlantago ovatagrowth, biochemical and photosynthetic traits
Source ARCHIVES OF AGRONOMY AND SOIL SCIENCE
Language English
Document Type Article; Early Access
Author Keywords Pseudomonas fluorescens; Rhizophagus intraradices; salinity; antioxidant enzymes
Keywords Plus GROWTH-PROMOTING RHIZOBACTERIA; ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI; SUPEROXIDE-DISMUTASE; LIPID-PEROXIDATION; PLANTAGO-OVATA; ESSENTIAL OIL; L.; TOLERANCE; SOIL; NACL
Abstract This pot experiment was carried out to investigate the efficiency of plant rhizospheric microorganisms (PRMs) to counteract salinity stress inPlantago ovata. The treatments included soil salinity (2.5 (as control), 5 and 10 dS m(-1)), arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (Control,Glomus mosseae, Rhizophagus intraradicesandFunneliformis mosseae) and phosphate solubilizing bacteria (Control andPseudomonas fluorescens). The highest amount of growth and yield parameters, relative water content (RWC), potassium (K+) and phosphorus (P) concentration, photosynthetic traits (chlorophyllaandb, carotenoid, maximal efficiency of PSII (fv/fm), variable fluorescence to initial fluorescence (fv/f(0)) and stomatal conductance (g(s))), antioxidant enzymes and the lowest sodium (Na+) concentration, malondialdehyde (MDA) and electrolyte leakage were observed in the plants treated with mixture ofRhizophagus intraradicesandPseudomonas fluorescensunder all salinity levels. Although all previously mentioned traits significantly and severely decreased under salinity stress, mucilage percentage, electrolyte leakage and Na(+)concentration were increased under salinity levels. In conclusion, the results suggested that inoculation of AMF (particularlyRhizophagus intraradices) in combination withPseudomonas fluorescensby the accumulation of proline along with decreased electrolyte leakage, maintenance of relative water content in leaves and selective uptake of K(+)ions could overcome detrimental effects of salinity stress in isabgol.
Author Address [Reza, Dehghani Tafti Ahmad; Sohrab, Mahmoodi] Univ Birjand, Fac Agr, Dept Agron & Plant Breeding, Birjand, Iran; [Ali, Alikhani Hossein] Univ Tehran, Fac Agr, Dept Soil Sci & Engn, Tehran, Iran; [Masoomeh, Salehi] Agr Res Educ Org AREOO, Natl Salin Res Ctr, Yazd, Iran
Reprint Address Sohrab, M (corresponding author), Univ Birjand, Fac Agr, Dept Agron & Plant Breeding, Birjand, Iran.
E-mail Address smahmoodi@birjand.ac.ir
ORCID Number Mahmoodi, Sohrab/0000-0002-7925-3259
Publisher TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD
Publisher City ABINGDON
Publisher Address 2-4 PARK SQUARE, MILTON PARK, ABINGDON OR14 4RN, OXON, ENGLAND
ISSN 0365-0340
29-Character Source Abbreviation ARCH AGRON SOIL SCI
ISO Source Abbreviation Arch. Agron. Soil Sci.
Digital Object Identifier (DOI) 10.1080/03650340.2020.1775816
Page Count 15
Web of Science Category Agronomy; Soil Science
Subject Category Agriculture
Document Delivery Number MX3AD
Unique Article Identifier WOS:000557597300001
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