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Authors Szymanska, S; Piernik, A; Baum, C; Zloch, M; Hrynkiewicz, K
Author Full Name Szymanska, Sonia; Piernik, Agnieszka; Baum, Christel; Zloch, Michal; Hrynkiewicz, Katarzyna
Title Metabolic profiles of microorganisms associated with the halophyte Salicornia europaea in soils with different levels of salinity
Source ECOSCIENCE
Language English
Document Type Article
Author Keywords bacteria; endophytes; halophytes; rhizosphere; salinity
Keywords Plus SALT TOLERANCE; PLANT-GROWTH; MARSH PLANT; STRESS; HERBACEA; L.; COMMUNITIES; DIAZOTROPH; BACTERIA; FUNGI
Abstract Plants have evolved a wide range of adaptation mechanisms that enable them to grow and develop in environments of high soil salinity. We examine the plant-microbial interactions of Salicornia europaea (Herbaceae) as potential mechanisms responsible for the high tolerance of halophytes to saline conditions. We evaluated the impact of different NaCl concentrations on microorganisms associated with S. europaea growing at 2 saline sites in central Poland: a salty meadow in the vicinity of a soda factory (anthropogenic salinity) and an area affected by natural brine (landscape park). The community-level physiological profiles of microorganisms associated with the plant were determined for endophytes from the roots, rhizosphere, and salt-affected soil. The highest total microbial metabolic activity, irrespective of the test site, was always in the rhizosphere, while the activity of endophytic and soil populations depended on salinity. In general, a higher total metabolic activity was observed at the test site exhibiting higher salt concentration. We propose that increased metabolic activity of microbial populations under increased salt stress can significantly contribute to the site adaptation of halophytes to saline conditions.
Author Address [Szymanska, Sonia; Zloch, Michal; Hrynkiewicz, Katarzyna] N Copernicus Univ Torun, Fac Biol & Environm Protect, Dept Microbiol, Lwowska 1, Poland; [Piernik, Agnieszka] N Copernicus Univ Torun, Fac Biol & Environm Protect, Dept Geobot & Landscape Planning, Lwowska 1, Poland; [Baum, Christel] Univ Rostock, Soil Sci, Dept Agr & Environm Sci, D-18059 Rostock, Germany
Reprint Address Hrynkiewicz, K (reprint author), N Copernicus Univ Torun, Fac Biol & Environm Protect, Dept Microbiol, Lwowska 1, Poland.
E-mail Address hrynk@umk.pl
ResearcherID Number Piernik, Agnieszka/N-6180-2014
Funding Agency and Grant Number National Science Centre (Poland) [DEC-2012/07/B/NZ9/01801]
Funding Text This research was conducted as part of COST action FA1103 and was financially supported by a grant from the National Science Centre (Poland) (DEC-2012/07/B/NZ9/01801).
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Publisher UNIVERSITE LAVAL
Publisher City ST FOY
Publisher Address PAVILLON CHARLES-EUGENE MARCHAND, LOCAL 0166, ST FOY, QUEBEC G1K 7P4, CANADA
ISSN 1195-6860
29-Character Source Abbreviation ECOSCIENCE
ISO Source Abbreviation Ecoscience
Year Published 2014
Volume 21
Issue 2
Beginning Page 114
Ending Page 122
Digital Object Identifier (DOI) 10.2980/21-2-3705
Page Count 9
Web of Science Category Ecology
Subject Category Environmental Sciences & Ecology
Document Delivery Number CH0HQ
Unique Article Identifier WOS:000353700800003
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