The growth and performance of roots are significantly influenced by microbes colonizing the rhizosphere, including bacteria, fungi and nematodes. These root-microbe interactions can be beneficial, neutral or detrimental to the plant host. To improve plant growth, the use of specific soil microbes could be an affordable and sustainable strategy. A growing number of proteomic studies are focusing on determining the effects that microbes have on roots, in order to identify genes and proteins that...[Show more]
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