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UNIVERSIDAD DE SALAMANCA
|Coordinator Country||Spain [ES]|
|Total cost||170˙121 €|
|EC max contribution||170˙121 € (100%)|
1. H2020-EU.1.3.2. (Nurturing excellence by means of cross-border and cross-sector mobility)
|Duration (year-month-day)||from 2017-06-01 to 2019-05-31|
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|1||UNIVERSIDAD DE SALAMANCA||ES (SALAMANCA)||coordinator||170˙121.00|
One of the main challenges for humanity during next decades will be to increase food production while using scarce resources and protecting the environment, being therefore one of the priorities of the European Program “Horizon 2020”. Plant’s productivity can be enhanced by the activity of Plant Growth-Promoting (PGP) bacteria, applied in agricultural fields as biofertilizers or plant probiotics, constituting an environmental friendly manner to increase crop yields. Biofertilizers have been applied in agriculture during decades, but in many cases bacteria which showed great PGP potential in lab conditions, fail when applied in natural soils, probably because they are out-competed by the soil native microbial populations or they are unable to adapt to the new environmental conditions. Based on the model Rhizobium-clover, it is known that bacterial cellulases are crucial in the bacterial entrance into the root. Nevertheless, the implication of these enzymes in the active entrance of bacterial endophytes in non-legume crops has not been studied yet. This project aims to research, using a trascriptomic approach and endophytes mutant strains isolation, the role of cellulases in the capability of endophytes to enter non-legume plant roots, using rapeseed (B. napus) as model plant. If cellulase encoding genes enable active root infection, giving an advantage over passive mechanisms, selection of bacterial strains not only on the base of their PGP capacity, but also on their ability to enter the plant -where they have less competitors and are protected from abiotic stresses-, will allow the design of more efficient bacterial biofertilizers. The ultimate goal of this project is to lay the firm foundations for the development of biological microbial-based fertilizers which shall allow the reduction or even suppression of chemical fertilizers (dangerous for human health and environment and contributing to the climate change) while maintaining or increasing crops production.
|year||authors and title||journal||last update|
Alejandro JimÃ©nez-GÃ³mez, Zaki Saati-SantamarÃa, JosÃ© M. Igual, Paula GarcÃa-Fraile
Microvirga brassicacearum, a rapeseed endophyte with biotechnological potential
published pages: , ISSN: 2076-2607, DOI:
Paula GarcÃa Fraile
Plant growth promoting bacteria for ecological improvement of rapeseed crops
published pages: , ISSN: , DOI:
Alejandro JimÃ©nez-GÃ³mez, Zaki Saati-SantamarÃaa, Esther MenÃ©ndez, RaÃºl Rivasa,Pedro F. Mateos, Encarna VelÃ¡zquez and Paula GarcÃa-Fraile
Analysis of the biodiversity of Brassica napus bacterial endophytes and selection of potential efficient biofertilizers for rapeseed crops
published pages: , ISSN: 1664-302X, DOI:
|Frontiers in Microbiology||2019-08-29|
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