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J App Biol Biotech. 2021; 9(5): 0-0

Phytomicrobiomes for agro-environmental sustainability

Ajar Nath Yadav.


Microbes associated with plant and soil plays several significant roles for the environment and without them the existence of life is quite impossible. They have been known to exist in every habitat type of the earth even harsh and interact with other organism and plant-microbes. Phytomicrobiomes are microbes allied with plant i.e. epiphytic (above ground plant surface), endophytic (internal tissues) and rhizospheric (root associated soil) region tends to benefits its host. The microbial community associated with plants interacts with them helps in boosting the growth and development of plant by controlling the pathogens. Plant growth promoting microbiomes could be used as biofertilizers and biopesticides for agro-environmental sustainability. In agriculture sector they have been known to utilize as bioinoculants, an alternative source of agro-chemicals. On the other hand, in environment, phytomicrobiomes could be helpful in the bioremediation the environmental contaminant caused by the anthropogenic activities of humans

Key words: Epiphytic, Endophytic, Rhizospheric, Phytomicrobiomes

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