Isolation and characterization of endophytic bacteria associated with roots of jojoba (Simmondsia chinensis (Link) Schneid)
ELVIA PEREZ ROSALES
LILIA ALCARAZ MELENDEZ
MARIA ESTHER PUENTE
RICARDO VAZQUEZ JUAREZ
EDUARDO QUIROZ GUZMAN
TANIA ZENTENO SAVIN
ENRIQUE MORALES BOJORQUEZ
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"In this communication, the diversity and beneficial characteristics of endophytic bacteria have been studied in Simmondsia chinensis that has industrial importance because of the quality of its seed oil. Endophytes were isolated (N = 101) from roots of the jojoba plants collected, of which eight were identified by partial sequencing of the 16S rDNA gene. The isolated bacteria were Bacillus sp., Methylobacterium aminovorans, Oceanobacillus kimchi, Rhodococcus pyridinivorans and Streptomyces sp. All isolates had at least one positive feature, characterizing them as potential plant growth promoting bacteria. In this study, R. pyridinivorans and O. kimchi are reported as plant growth promoters."
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