Identification of Beneficial Microbial Consortia and Bioactive Compounds with Potential as Plant Biostimulants for a Sustainable Agriculture

Tabacchioni S, Passato S, Ambrosino P, Huang L, Caldara M, Cantale C, Hett J, Del Fiore A, Fiore A, Schlüter A, Sczyrba A, et al. (2021)
Microorganisms 9(2): 426.

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Tabacchioni, Silvia; Passato, Stefania; Ambrosino, Patrizia; Huang, LirenUniBi; Caldara, Marina; Cantale, Cristina; Hett, Jonas; Del Fiore, Antonella; Fiore, Alessia; Schlüter, AndreasUniBi ; Sczyrba, AlexanderUniBi ; Maestri, Elena
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A growing body of evidence demonstrates the potential of various microbes to enhance plant productivity in cropping systems although their successful field application may be impaired by several biotic and abiotic constraints. In the present work, we aimed at developing multifunctional synthetic microbial consortia to be used in combination with suitable bioactive compounds for improving crop yield and quality. Plant growth-promoting microorganisms (PGPMs) with different functional attributes were identified by a bottom-up approach. A comprehensive literature survey on PGPMs associated with maize, wheat, potato and tomato, and on commercial formulations, was conducted by examining peer-reviewed scientific publications and results from relevant European projects. Metagenome fragment recruitments on genomes of potential PGPMs represented in databases were also performed to help identify plant growth-promoting (PGP) strains. Following evidence of their ability to coexist, isolated PGPMs were synthetically assembled into three different microbial consortia. Additionally, the effects of bioactive compounds on the growth of individually PGPMs were tested in starvation conditions. The different combination products based on microbial and non-microbial biostimulants (BS) appear worth considering for greenhouse and open field trials to select those potentially adoptable in sustainable agriculture.
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SIMBA; sustainable agriculture; plant growth-promoting microorganisms; microbial consortia; metagenome fragment recruitments; delivery methods; in vitro compatibility; bioactive compound
Erscheinungsjahr
2021
Zeitschriftentitel
Microorganisms
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9
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2
Art.-Nr.
426
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2076-2607
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2951537

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Tabacchioni S, Passato S, Ambrosino P, et al. Identification of Beneficial Microbial Consortia and Bioactive Compounds with Potential as Plant Biostimulants for a Sustainable Agriculture. Microorganisms. 2021;9(2): 426.
Tabacchioni, S., Passato, S., Ambrosino, P., Huang, L., Caldara, M., Cantale, C., Hett, J., et al. (2021). Identification of Beneficial Microbial Consortia and Bioactive Compounds with Potential as Plant Biostimulants for a Sustainable Agriculture. Microorganisms, 9(2), 426. https://doi.org/10.3390/microorganisms9020426
Tabacchioni, S., Passato, S., Ambrosino, P., Huang, L., Caldara, M., Cantale, C., Hett, J., Del Fiore, A., Fiore, A., Schlüter, A., et al. (2021). Identification of Beneficial Microbial Consortia and Bioactive Compounds with Potential as Plant Biostimulants for a Sustainable Agriculture. Microorganisms 9:426.
Tabacchioni, S., et al., 2021. Identification of Beneficial Microbial Consortia and Bioactive Compounds with Potential as Plant Biostimulants for a Sustainable Agriculture. Microorganisms, 9(2): 426.
S. Tabacchioni, et al., “Identification of Beneficial Microbial Consortia and Bioactive Compounds with Potential as Plant Biostimulants for a Sustainable Agriculture”, Microorganisms, vol. 9, 2021, : 426.
Tabacchioni, S., Passato, S., Ambrosino, P., Huang, L., Caldara, M., Cantale, C., Hett, J., Del Fiore, A., Fiore, A., Schlüter, A., Sczyrba, A., Maestri, E., Marmiroli, N., Neuhoff, D., Nesme, J., Sørensen, S.J., Aprea, G., Nobili, C., Presenti, O., Giovannetti, G., Giovannetti, C., Pihlanto, A., Brunori, A., Bevivino, A.: Identification of Beneficial Microbial Consortia and Bioactive Compounds with Potential as Plant Biostimulants for a Sustainable Agriculture. Microorganisms. 9, : 426 (2021).
Tabacchioni, Silvia, Passato, Stefania, Ambrosino, Patrizia, Huang, Liren, Caldara, Marina, Cantale, Cristina, Hett, Jonas, Del Fiore, Antonella, Fiore, Alessia, Schlüter, Andreas, Sczyrba, Alexander, Maestri, Elena, Marmiroli, Nelson, Neuhoff, Daniel, Nesme, Joseph, Sørensen, Søren Johannes, Aprea, Giuseppe, Nobili, Chiara, Presenti, Ombretta, Giovannetti, Giusto, Giovannetti, Caterina, Pihlanto, Anne, Brunori, Andrea, and Bevivino, Annamaria. “Identification of Beneficial Microbial Consortia and Bioactive Compounds with Potential as Plant Biostimulants for a Sustainable Agriculture”. Microorganisms 9.2 (2021): 426.
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