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Ecochemical Studies of Interrelationships between Epiphytic Bacteria and Host Plants via Secondary Metabolites

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Title: Ecochemical Studies of Interrelationships between Epiphytic Bacteria and Host Plants via Secondary Metabolites
Authors: HASHIDOKO, Yasuyuki1 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Authors(alt): 橋床, 泰之1
Keywords: decarboxylation of phenolic acids
gellan gum medium
glandular trichomes of Rosa rugosa
Sphingomonas
rhizo-biocomplex
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: 日本農芸化学会
Journal Title: Bioscience Biotechnology And Biochemistry
Volume: 69
Issue: 8
Start Page: 1427
End Page: 1441
Abstract: The plant surface, which is representative of the phyllopane and rhizoplane, is a characteristic habitat for microorganisms. In this review, the ecological roles of phytoepiphytic bacteria will be described. The phylloplane and rhizoplane, which are adjacent to the atmosphere and soil sphere respectively, accumulate topically and /or selectively release secondary metabolites that are specific to the plant genera and species which reside within these regions. Some epiphytes have abilities to decarboxylate xenobiotic phenolic acids that have accumulated in the plant tissues and surface as a majority of such secondary metabolites. In physicochemically stressed soil, rhizosphere microflora often remedy such microenvironments within the rhizosphere in order to assist in the survival of the host, and some of the microfloral compositions behave as if they were symbionts. Specifically, some Sphingomonas spp., which are frequently isolated from the rhizosphere of acidic soil-tolerant plants in tropical zones, make possible the development of a rhizo-biocomplex. In this review, the possibility of rhizosphere regulation utilizing such a rhizo-biocomplex is discussed.
Type: article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2115/945
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Submitter: 橋床 泰之

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