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FG Forest Genetics

Project

endophytes



The application of endophytic bacteria to improve stability and vitality of poplar plants to increase biomass generation in fast growth plantations (Endophyten II)

Endophytic bacteria may act as plant growth promoters by synthesising phytohormones or enzymes, fixing athmospheric nitrogen or controlling plant diseases.

Background and Objective

The aim of this is to test the beneficial effects of endophytic bacteria with respect to the influence on the growth of poplars for sustainable biomass production.In addition bioprparates of these bacteria as an easy practical application will be developed and tested.

Approach

Endophytic bacteria will be isolated from poplars and afterwards tested with different systems on poplar plants.

Involved external Thünen-Partners

  • Technische Universität Graz
    (Graz, Österreich)

Funding Body

  • Fachagentur Nachwachsende Rohstoffe e.V. (FNR)
    (national, öffentlich)

Duration

4.2011 - 9.2014

More Information

Project funding number: FKZ 22011309
Project status: finished

Publications

  1. 0

    Ulrich A, Becker R, Ulrich K, Ewald D (2015) Conjugative transfer of a derivative of the IncP-1alpha plasmid RP4 and establishment of transconjugants in the indigenous bacterial community of poplar plants. FEMS Microbiol Lett 362(23):1-8, DOI:10.1093/femsle/fnv201

    https://literatur.thuenen.de/digbib_extern/dn055906.pdf

  2. 1

    Ulrich K, Becker R, Ulrich A, Ewald D, Liesebach H (2015) Endophytic bacteria in poplars - characterisation and artificial inoculation to enhance growth parameters. In: Vettori C, Vendramin GG, Paffetti D, Travaglini D (eds) IUFRO Tree Biotechnology 2015 Conference : "Forests: the importance to the planet and society" ; 8-12 June 2015, Florence, Italy ; Proceedings. Florenz: IUFRO, pp 193-195

  3. 2

    Hanak AM, Nagler M, Weinmaier T, Sun X, Fragner L, Schwab C, Rattei T, Ulrich K, Ewald D, Engel M, Schloter M, Bittner R, Schleper C, Weckwerth W (2014) Draft genome sequence of the growth-promoting endophyte Paenibacillussp.. P22, Isolated from Populus. Genome Announcements 2(2):e00276-14, DOI:10.1128/genomeA.00276-14

    https://literatur.thuenen.de/digbib_extern/dn055474.pdf

  4. 3

    Han Z, Zhang Z, Domg Y, Yang M, Ewald D (2014) Effects of endophytic bacteria P22 and S16 in Populus on the rooting and growth of the relative species plants. J North East Forestry Univ 42(7):118-121

  5. 4

    Xu L, Yang M, Ewald D, Akinnagbe A (2013) Extraneous endophytic bacteria enhanced rootingand growth of Liquidambar formosana In vitro. Res J Biotechnol 8(12):4-9

  6. 5

    Ulrich K, Becker R, Enkisch H, Scherling C, Weckwerth W, Ewald D (2012) Kleine Bakterien - große Wirkung? Endophytische Bakterien fördern das Wachstum von Bäumen. Beitr Nordwestdt Forstl Versuchsanst 8: 418

  7. 6

    Ulrich K, Scherling C, Weckwerth W, Ewald D (2010) Kleine Helfer - großer möglicher Nutzen : endophytische Bakterien könnten zur Steigerung des Ertrages und der Stressresistenz von Forstgehölzen beitragen. Holz Zentralbl 136(13):338

    https://literatur.thuenen.de/digbib_extern/dn046448.pdf

  8. 7

    Ulrich K, Ewald D (2008) "Probiotische" Bakterien für Bäume? : Bedeutung endophytischer Bakterien in Forstgehölzen. AFZ Der Wald 63(20):1183-1185

    https://literatur.thuenen.de/digbib_extern/dk040910.pdf

  9. 8

    Ulrich K, Ulrich A, Ewald D (2008) Diversity of endophytic bacterial communities in poplar grown under field conditions. FEMS Microbiol Ecol 63(2):169-180, DOI:10.1111/j.1574-6941.2007.00419.x

  10. 9

    Ulrich K, Stauber T, Ewald D (2008) Paenibacillus - a predominant endophytic bacterium colonising tissue cultures of woody plants. Plant Cell Tissue Organ Cult 93(3):347-351

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