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Characterization of Growth and Auxin Formation in a Bacteria Isolated from Waste bed of Agaricus bisporus
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Characterization of Growth and Auxin Formation in a Bacteria Isolated from Waste bed of Agaricus bisporus
Shin, Sang-Kwon; Kyung, Ki-Cheon; Kong, Won-Sik; Chung, Doug-Young; Yoon, Min-Ho;
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 Abstract
An auxin-producing bacteria (2SJ8-02) was isolated from waste mushroom bed of Agaricus bisporus in Buyeo-Gun, Chungnam. The strain 2SJ8-02 was classified as a novel strain of Pantoea rwandensis based on a chemotaxanomic and phylogeneticanalyses. The isolate was confirmed to produce indole-3-acetic acid (IAA), one of auxin hormones, by TLC and HPLC analyses. The maximum concentration of IAA, was detected from the culture in R2A broth containing 0.1% tryptophan for 24 h at . The molecular weight of the main peak obtained by LC-mass analysis was 175 corresponding to that of IAA. To investigate the growth-promoting effects to the crops, the culture broth of Pantoea rwandensis 2SJ8-02 was infected to water cultures and seed pots of mung bean. In consequence, the adventitious root induction and root growth of mung bean were two times higher than those of the control.
 Keywords
Pantoea rwandensis;Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria;Auxin;
 Language
Korean
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