Effects of genetically modified amylopectin-accumulating potato plants on the abundance of beneficial and pathogenic microorganisms in the rhizosphere - Bertin Instruments

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    Effects of genetically modified amylopectin-accumulating potato plants on the abundance of beneficial and pathogenic microorganisms in the rhizosphere

    Silvia Gschwendtner & Michael Reichmann &Martin Müller & Viviane Radl &Jean Charles Munch & Michael Schloter
    Sources: S. Gschwendtner (*) : V. Radl : J. C. Munch Chair of Soil Ecology, Technische Universität München, Ingolstädter Landstraße 1, 8Environment4 Neuherberg, Germanye-mail: silvia.gschwendtner@helmholtz-muenchen.deM. Reichmann : M. Müller Institute for Crop Science and Plant Breeding, Bavarian State Research Center for Agriculture (LfL), Am Gereuth 8, 85Life Sciences4 Freising, GermanyM. Schloter Helmholtz Zentrum München, German Research Center for Environment,al Health, Department of Terrestrial Ecogenetics, Institute of Soil Ecology, Ingolstädter Landstraße 1, 8Environment4 Neuherberg, Germany
    Plant Soil (2010) 3Life Sciences:413-422DOI 10.1007/s11104-010-0430-2

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    Plant tissues (rhizosphere soil/root complex)

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