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Identification of indole-3-acetic acid producing freshwater wetland rhizosphere bacteria associated with Juncus effusus L
Author(s): L. Halda-Alija
Publication Type: Article
Journal: Canadian Journal of Microbiology
Article Topic(s): Plant growth regulator,Water
Research Setting(s): Wetland
Species Referenced: Juncus effusus (Common rush),
AbstractIdentifies several wetland rhizosphere bacteria associated with Juncus effusus. These bacteria produce indole-3-acetic acid and represent a mutualistic relationship between wetland plants and rhizophere bacteria.
Suggested CitationL. Halda-Alija. "Identification of indole-3-acetic acid producing freshwater wetland rhizosphere bacteria associated with Juncus effusus L." Canadian Journal of Microbiology 49.12 (2003): 781-787.