I= EVALUATION OF THE ROLE OF SALT TOLERANT BACTERIA IN DEVELOPMENT RESISTANCE OF PLANTS TO SALT STRESS CONDITIONS
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Title of Thesis
EVALUATION OF THE ROLE OF SALT TOLERANT BACTERIA IN DEVELOPMENT RESISTANCE OF PLANTS TO SALT STRESS CONDITIONS

Author(s)
Shazia Afrasayab
Institute/University/Department Details
University of the Punjab, Lahore
Session
2004
Subject
Philosophy
Number of Pages
530
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Abstract

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1 0 Contents
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2 1 Introduction 1
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3 2 Materials and methods 20
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4 3 Isolation and characterization 93
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5 4 Pure culture inoculations-phase-I 151
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6 5 Mix culture inoculations-Phase-II 188
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7 6 Effect of pure and mixed bacterial inoculations on Helianthus annuus and Vigna radiata growth-Phase-III 226
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8 7 Variable growth response of triticum aestivum to salt tolerant bacteria isolated from different source-phase-IV 257
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9 8 Role of bacterial plasmids in plant growth promotion-Phase-V 282
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10 9 Effect of pure and mixed bacterial inoculations on plant growth in pots 311
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11 10 Salt stress proteins 259
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12 11 Effect of bacterial inoculations on anatomical feature of plants under salt stress 372
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13 12 Identification of slat tolerant bacteria by 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis 404
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14 13 Colonization potential of plant growth promoting Halomonas Pacifica strain 414
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15 14 Discussion 431
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16 15 References 448
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