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Volume 7, Number 11, November 2005

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Editorial
pp. 1671-1672(2)

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The rhizosphere as a reservoir for opportunistic human pathogenic bacteria
pp. 1673-1685(13)
Authors: Berg, Gabriele; Eberl, Leo; Hartmann, Anton

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The role of phenotypic variation in rhizosphere Pseudomonas bacteria
pp. 1686-1697(12)
Authors: van den Broek, Daan; Bloemberg, Guido V.; Lugtenberg, Ben

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Quantitative assessment of phytopathogenic fungi in various substrates using a DNA macroarray
pp. 1698-1710(13)
Authors: Lievens, Bart; Brouwer, Margreet; Vanachter, Alfons C. R. C.; Lévesque, C. André; Cammue, Bruno P. A.; Thomma, Bart P. H. J.

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Effects of model root exudates on structure and activity of a soil diazotroph community
pp. 1711-1724(14)
Authors: Bürgmann, Helmut; Meier, Stefan; Bunge, Michael; Widmer, Franco; Zeyer, Josef

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Influence of different Oryza cultivars on expression of nifH gene pools in roots of rice
pp. 1725-1733(9)
Authors: Knauth, Stefan; Hurek, Thomas; Brar, Darshan; Reinhold-Hurek, Barbara

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Detection of cultured and uncultured Burkholderia cepacia complex bacteria naturally occurring in the maize rhizosphere
pp. 1734-1742(9)
Authors: Pirone, Luisa; Chiarini, Luigi; Dalmastri, Claudia; Bevivino, Annamaria; Tabacchioni, Silvia

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Bacterial diversity in the rhizosphere of Proteaceae species
pp. 1755-1768(14)
Authors: Stafford, William H. L.; Baker, Gillian C.; Brown, Susan A.; Burton, Stephanie G.; Cowan, Don A.

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The nodPQ genes in Azospirillum brasilense Sp7 are involved in sulfation of lipopolysaccharides
pp. 1769-1774(6)
Authors: Vanbleu, Els; Choudhury, Biswa P.; Carlson, Russell W.; Vanderleyden, Jos

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Ascomycete communities in the rhizosphere of field-grown wheat are not affected by introductions of genetically modified Pseudomonas putida WCS358r
pp. 1775-1785(11)
Authors: Viebahn, Mareike; Doornbos, Rogier; Wernars, Karel; van Loon, Leendert C.; Smit, Eric; Bakker, Peter A. H. M.

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Occurrence and distribution of endobacteria in the plant-associated mycelium of the ectomycorrhizal fungus Laccaria bicolor S238N
pp. 1786-1795(10)
Authors: Bertaux, J.; Schmid, M.; Hutzler, P.; Hartmann, A.; Garbaye, J.; Frey-Klett, P.

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Diversity of N-acyl homoserine lactone-producing and -degrading bacteria in soil and tobacco rhizosphere
pp. 1796-1808(13)
Authors: d’Angelo-Picard, Cathy; Faure, Denis; Penot, Isabelle; Dessaux, Yves

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Enrichment for enhanced competitive plant root tip colonizers selects for a new class of biocontrol bacteria
pp. 1809-1817(9)
Authors: Kamilova, Faina; Validov, Shamil; Azarova, Tatiyana; Mulders, Ine; Lugtenberg, Ben

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Establishment of DsRed.T3_S4T as an improved autofluorescent marker for microbial ecology applications
pp. 1818-1825(8)
Authors: Dandie, Catherine E.; Larrainzar, Estibaliz; Mark, G. Louise; O'Gara, Fergal; Morrissey, John P.

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Plasmid-associated genes in the model micro-symbiont Sinorhizobium meliloti 1021 affect the growth and development of young rice seedlings
pp. 1826-1838(13)
Authors: Perrine, Francine M.; Hocart, Charles H.; Hynes, Michael F.; Rolfe, Barry G.

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Comparative in situ analysis of ipdC–gfpmut3 promoter fusions of Azospirillum brasilense strains Sp7 and Sp245
pp. 1839-1846(8)
Authors: Rothballer, Michael; Schmid, Michael; Fekete, Agnes; Hartmann, Anton

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Azospirillum brasilense does not affect population structure of specific rhizobacterial communities of inoculated maize (Zea mays)
pp. 1847-1852(6)
Authors: Herschkovitz, Yoav; Lerner, Anat; Davidov, Yaacov; Okon, Yaacov; Jurkevitch, Edouard

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A molecular biological protocol to distinguish potentially human pathogenic Stenotrophomonas maltophilia from plant-associated Stenotrophomonas rhizophila
pp. 1853-1858(6)
Authors: Ribbeck-Busch, Kathrin; Roder, Anja; Hasse, Dirk; de Boer, Wietse; Martínez, José Luis; Hagemann, Martin; Berg, Gabriele

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