Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria for Sustainable Stress Management – Volume 1: Rhizobacteria in Abiotic Stress Management

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Arora, Naveen Kumar
Reddy, M.S
Sayyed, Riyaz Z.

2019
362 pp
e-book ISBN: 978-981-13-6536-2
Softcover ISBN: 978-981-13-6538-6
Hardcover ISBN: 978-981-13-6535-5
Springer

Editors: Sayyed, Riyaz Z., Arora, Naveen Kumar, Reddy, M.S (Eds.)

Editors: Sayyed, Riyaz Z., Arora, Naveen Kumar, Reddy, M.S (Eds.)

Increasing agro productivity to feed a growing global population under the present climate scenario requires optimizing the use of resources and adopting sustainable agricultural production. This can be achieved by using plant beneficial bacteria, i.e., those bacteria that enhance plant growth under abiotic stress conditions, and more specifically, microorganisms such as plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR), which are the most promising candidates in this regard.

Attaining sustainable agricultural production while preserving environmental quality, agro-ecosystem functions and biodiversity represents a major challenge for current agricultural practices; further, the traditional use of chemical inputs (fertilizers, pesticides, nutrients etc.) poses serious threats to crop productivity, soil fertility and the nutritional value of farm produce.

Given these risks, managing pests and diseases, maintaining agro-ecosystem health, and avoiding health issues for humans and animals have now become key priorities.

The use of PGPR as biofertilizers, plant growth promoters, biopesticides, and soil and plant health managers has attracted considerable attention among researchers, agriculturists, farmers, policymakers and consumers alike.

Using PGPR can help meet the expected demand for global agricultural productivity to feed the world’s booming population, which is predicted to reach roughly 9 billion by 2050.

However, to do so, PGPR strains must be safe for the environment, offer considerable plant growth promotion and biocontrol potential, be compatible with useful soil rhizobacteria, and be able to withstand various biotic and abiotic stresses. Accordingly, the book also highlights the need for better strains of PGPR to complement increasing agro-productivity.

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The Role of Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria to Modulate Proline Biosynthesis in Plants for Salt Stress Alleviation
Ahmed, Shamim (et al.)
Pages 1-20

Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria and Salinity Stress: A Journey into the Soil
Fazeli-Nasab, Bahman (et al.)
Pages 21-34

Dark Septate Endophytes and Their Role in Enhancing Plant Resistance to Abiotic and Biotic Stresses
Hidayat, Iman
Pages 35-63

Rhizobacteria and Abiotic Stress Management
Khan, Naeem (et al.)
Pages 65-80

Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria: Benign and Useful Substitute for Mitigation of Biotic and Abiotic Stresses
Singh, Jyoti (et al.)
Pages 81-101

Rhizospheric Microflora: A Natural Alleviator of Drought Stress in Agricultural Crops
Patel Priyanka, J. (et al.)
Pages 103-115

Quorum Sensing Molecules of Rhizobacteria: A Trigger for Developing Systemic Resistance in Plants
Khan, Mahejibin (et al.)
Pages 117-138

Zinc-Solubilizing Bacteria: A Boon for Sustainable Agriculture
Kumar, Ashok (et al.)
Pages 139-155

Rhizobacteria as Bioprotectants Against Stress Conditions
Pereira, F.
Pages 157-177

Rhizobacteria for Reducing Heavy Metal Stress in Plant and Soil
Dash, Biplab (et al.)
Pages 179-203

Pesticide Residues in the Soil Cause Cross-Resistance Among Soil Bacteria
Kirubakaran, Rangasamy (et al.)
Pages 205-218

Psychrotrophic Microbes: Biodiversity, Mechanisms of Adaptation, and Biotechnological Implications in Alleviation of Cold Stress in Plants
Yadav, Ajar Nath (et al.)
Pages 219-253

Drought-Tolerant Phosphorus-Solubilizing Microbes: Biodiversity and Biotechnological Applications for Alleviation of Drought Stress in Plants
Kour, Divjot (et al.)
Pages 255-308

Role of PGPR for Alleviating Aluminum Toxicity in Acidic Soil
Dutta, Jintu (et al.)
Pages 309-326

Rhizobacteria: Legendary Soil Guards in Abiotic Stress Management
Khan, Afreen (et al.)
Pages 327-343

Rhizobacteria–Plant Interaction, Alleviation of Abiotic Stresses
Singh, R. K. (et al.)
Pages 345-353

Role of Rhizobacteria in Drought Tolerance
Waghmode, Meghmala (et al.)
Pages 355-362

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