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Plants and soil harbor millions of microorganisms, which collectively form a microbial community known as the microbiome. Conceptually, such observations support the idea of the microbiome as a second genome or an extended genome of the plant (Vandenkoornhuyse et al., 2015). Effect of the mycorrhizosphere on the genotypic and metabolic diversity of the bacterial communities involved in mineral weathering in a forest soil. Plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR): emergence in agriculture. (2012). graduates to. The field of transcriptomics is the science o… Root microbiota drive direct integration of phosphate stress and immunity. Additionally, it is acknowledged that organically managed systems increased taxonomic and phylogenetic richness, diversity and heterogeneity of the soil microbiota when compared with conventional farming systems (Lupatini et al., 2017). Still, the capacity of some strains to form mycorrhizal relationships with orchids, where the seeds require carbon from the fungus for germination and often well into the plant’s lifespan, suggests that these Serendipitaceae symbionts may be less of a carbon cost to their host plant. Ecol. Although the disease suppressive abilities of certain soils can be at least partially attributed to their physico-chemical properties, the capacity of a soil to suppress disease progression is more often attributed to agri-management practices and crop rotation (Weller et al., 2002). As an example, Lekberg and Helgason (2018) conducted a literature survey of research papers published on mycorrhizal functioning spanning a 30-year period (1987–2017). Club 19, 203–218. Plant Cell 32, 486–507. Kabaluk JT, Ericsson JD (2007) Seed treatment increases yield of field corn when applied for wireworm control. Crit. (2017). 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