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Recent Developments in the Study of Plant Microbiomes
To date, an understanding of how plant growth-promoting bacteria facilitate plant growth has been primarily based on studies of individual bacteria interacting with plants under different conditions. More recently, it has become clear that specific soil microorganisms interact with one another in consortia with the collective being responsible for the positive effects on plant growth. Different plants attract different cross-sections of the bacteria and fungi in the soil, initially based on thedoi:10.3390/microorganisms9071533 fatcat:cfbwedffhfcgrhrlxwnwwxmyva