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Zhang J. J., Shang Y. M., Wang E. T., Chen W. F., Lajudie de Philippe, Li B. Y., Guo C., Yang X., Zheng J. Q., Liu C. Z. (2018). Mesorhizobium jarvisii sv. astragali as predominant microsymbiont for Astragalus sinicus L. in acidic soils, Xinyang, China. Plant and Soil, 433 (1-2), 201-212. ISSN 0032-079X

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Mesorhizobium jarvisii sv. astragali as predominant microsymbiont for Astragalus sinicus L. in acidic soils, Xinyang, China
Année de publication2018
Type de documentArticle référencé dans le Web of Science WOS:000449754900015
AuteursZhang J. J., Shang Y. M., Wang E. T., Chen W. F., Lajudie de Philippe, Li B. Y., Guo C., Yang X., Zheng J. Q., Liu C. Z.
SourcePlant and Soil, 2018, 433 (1-2), p. 201-212. ISSN 0032-079X
RésuméAims To identify the rhizobia nodulating Astragalus sinicus in the acid soils at Xinyang, China and to estimate the effects of fertilization strategies on the rhizobial community. Methods Soil samples were collected from treatments submitted to different fertilization strategies (chemical fertilizers, A. sinicus green manure, various input levels). Nodules obtained from the A. sinicus trapping plants grown in the soil samples were used for rhizobial isolation. The isolates were grouped into PCR-RFLP genotypes based on analyses of 16S rRNA gene and IGS, and representatives for each genotype were further subjected to phylogenetic analyses of housekeeping genes (16S rRNA gene, atpD, glnII, and rpoB), as well as symbiotic genes (nodC and nifH). Soil physicochemical characteristics were also estimated and redundancy analysis was performed to examine the relations between soil features and distribution of rhizobial genotypes across different fertilization treatments. Results A total of 257 rhizobial isolates were obtained and discriminated into 12 IGS types in a single 16S rRNA type by RFLP analyses. Further 16S rRNA gene sequence-based phylogeny and multilocus sequence analysis (MLSA) distinguished a minor group (10 strains, 4 IGS types) affiliated to Mesorhizobium huakuii and a main group (247 strains, 8 IGS types) to Mesorhizobium jarvisii, for which a novel symbiovar, sv. astragali, was described. The long-term input of A. sinicus green manure increased rhizobial diversity and modified rhizobial community structures, via the increase of organic matter and decrease of soil pH, available phosphate, available potassium, and total salt. Conclusions M. jarvisii sv. nov. astragali was the predominant microsymbiont of A. sinicus in the tested acidic soils. The long-term input of green manure modified the soil features, enhancing the genetic diversity of rhizobia associated with A. sinicus and alternating the rhizobial community structure.
Plan de classementBiotechnologies [084] ; Biologie du sol [074] ; Pédologie [068]
Descr. géo.CHINE ; XINYANG
LocalisationFonds IRD [F B010074473]
Identifiant IRDfdi:010074473
Lien permanenthttp://www.documentation.ird.fr/hor/fdi:010074473

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