Alleviation of the detrimental effect of water deficit on wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) growth by an indole acetic acid-producing endophytic fungus

Volume: 439, Issue: 1-2, Pages: 373 - 391
Published: Mar 28, 2019
Abstract
Endophytic fungi colonization is an eco-friendly strategy to respond to environmental stresses and confer tolerance to the host plant. Here, the responses of wheat plant inoculated with an indole acetic acid (IAA) -producing endophytic fungus to drought stress and water recovery were evaluated. The inoculation of wheat plants with Alternaria alternata (LQ1230) was conducted to evaluate drought resistance under adequate water, water deficit and...
Paper Details
Title
Alleviation of the detrimental effect of water deficit on wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) growth by an indole acetic acid-producing endophytic fungus
Published Date
Mar 28, 2019
Volume
439
Issue
1-2
Pages
373 - 391
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