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Cultivar-specificity of bacterial and stramenopile communities in the rhizosphere of Olea europaea

AuthorsMüller, Henry; Drofenigg, Katja; Landa, Blanca B. ; Berg, Gabriele
Issue Date2011
CitationIOBC/WPRS Bulletin 71: 91-95 (2011)
AbstractThe rhizosphere represents the interface between pl ant roots and surrounding soil with a highly active microbiota. The structure of associat ed microbial communities is affected by multiple factors including plant species and plant age but a lso soil characteristics and climate conditions. He re, we studied the influence of the olive variety on th e bacterial community as well as on the presence of stramenopiles. Total DNA from rhizosphere samples o f three Spanish and one Italian cultivar of Olea europaea from the same field site were extracted. Using sing le strand conformation polymorphism (SSCP) analyses, specific community profiles were g enerated and interpreted. Results revealed a cultivar-specific association with bacteria whereas the stramenopiles community appeared to be independent from the cultivar.
Identifiersissn: 1027-3115
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