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Screening of rhizobacteria from dipterocarp seedlings and saplings for the promotion of early growth of Shorea selanica seedlings

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Title: Screening of rhizobacteria from dipterocarp seedlings and saplings for the promotion of early growth of Shorea selanica seedlings
Authors: Sitepu, Irnayuli R. Browse this author
Aryanto Browse this author
Ogita, Noriko Browse this author
Osaki, Mitsuru Browse this author
Santoso, Erdy Browse this author
Tahara, Satoshi Browse this author
Hashidoko, Yasuyuki Browse this author
Keywords: tropical forest rehabilitation
plant growth promoting rhizobacteria
low-input forest management
Dipterocarpaceae
Issue Date: 31-May-2007
Publisher: 日本熱帯生態学会
Journal Title: Tropics
Volume: 16
Issue: 3
Start Page: 245
End Page: 252
Publisher DOI: 10.3759/tropics.16.245
Abstract: Low-cost forest management using highly effective microorganisms to promote seedling and tree growth is an important issue in reforestation in Indonesia and other tropical rain forest zones. To survey effective plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) for dipterocarp seedlings and/or saplings, forty-four bacterial strains were isolated from rhizoplane of several Dipterocarpaceae seedlings and saplings in Carita plantation forest located in the western part of Java Island followed by test for their effectiveness on the growth of Shorea selanica. Some isolated rhizobacteria demonstrated growth-promoting activity on dipterocarp seedlings. In the primary bioassay, these rhizobacteria indicated positive, negative or no effect on the plant growth, and 16S rRNA gene sequences of some important isolates were determined for their tentative identification. The most prominent strain isolated from Shorea leprosula was Erwinia. Other effective isolates were tentatively identified as, Rhizobium, Enterobacter, Duganella, an Alcaligeneceae bacterium, an Oxalobacteraceae bacterium, and some yeasts.
Rights: © 2007 日本熱帯生態学会
Type: article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2115/35166
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