Nanocarboxylates of molybdenum and of iron enhance the functional activity of Rhizobium radiobacter 204
This paper covers the study of molybdenum and iron nanocarboxylates’ effect on the functional activity of Rhizobium radiobacter 204. The data obtained have shown that the nanocarboxylates of molybdenum and of iron have improved the nitrogenase activity of the studied bacteria in pure culture in concentrations exceeding 0.3–0.5 mg/dm3. The introduction of metal nanoparticles to the technology of R. radiobacter 204 cultivation has revealed their joint positive influence on the nitrogenase enzyme activity in rhizosphere of winter wheat plants, on crop photosynthesis via the chlorophyll biosynthesis and on crop productivity.
KeywordsRhizobium radiobacter 204 Bacterization Nanocarboxylates Trace elements Nitrogenase
The authors express are thankful to the authors of the nanocarboxylates method and originators of the bacterial strain R. radiobacter 204 for their contribution and ability to work with named research objects.
SK and VV have worked on the concept and the design of the research as well as on preparing the manuscript. ES was responsible for data collection and analysis. MV was responsible for data analysis and critical manuscript review.
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The authors declare that there is no conflict of interests regarding the publication of this paper.
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