Azospirillum IV

Genetics · Physiology · Ecology Proceedings of the Fourth Bayreuth Azospirillum Workshop

  • Walter Klingmüller
Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XV
  2. M. Galimand, C. Vieille, B. Perroud, I. Onyeocha, C. Elmerich
    Pages 1-9
  3. Concetta Schipani, Marco Bazzicalupo, Enzo Gallori, Ettore Luzi, Luca Turbanti, Renato Fani
    Pages 10-15
  4. Elza F. de Araujo, Arnaldo Zaha, Irene S. Schrank, Diógenes S. Santos
    Pages 16-25
  5. M. Singh, W. Klingmüller
    Pages 26-31
  6. M. Vanstockem, A. Milcamps, K. Michiels, J. Vanderleyden, A. P. Van Gool
    Pages 32-39
  7. Mohammed Safwat Abdel-Salam, Walter Klingmüller
    Pages 40-48
  8. E. Ruckdäschel, B. Lewis Kittell, D. R. Helinski, U. Klingmüller
    Pages 49-53
  9. M. Pampaluna, M. N. Antonelli, L. Piana, C. Fogher
    Pages 54-63
  10. H. El-Khawas, W. Klingmüller
    Pages 64-74
  11. Maddalena Del Gallo, Loretta Gratani, Giorgio Morpurgo
    Pages 75-82
  12. W. Schmidt, P. Martin, S. H. Omay, F. Bangerth
    Pages 92-100
  13. R. G. B. Oliveira, A. Drozdowicz
    Pages 101-108
  14. T. Hurek, B. Reinhold, E.-G. Niemann, I. Fendrik
    Pages 115-121
  15. Anton Hartmann
    Pages 122-130
  16. M. Eyers, F. Waelkens, J. Vanderleyden, A. P. Van Gool
    Pages 174-180
  17. S. Horemans, K. De Coninck, K. Vlassak
    Pages 205-214
  18. F. Favilli, F. Trinci, W. Balloni
    Pages 223-233
  19. B. Reinhold, T. Hurek, I. Baldani, J. Döbereiner
    Pages 234-241
  20. Nguyen Ngoc Dung, Nguyen phuong Chi, Ly kim Bang
    Pages 242-246

About these proceedings


th th On June 17 and 18 1987 the fourth workshop on "Azospi­ rillum: Genetics, Physiology, Ecology" took place at the Uni ver­ sity of Bayreuth, West Germany, organized by the Genetics depart­ ment. There were about 80 participants, who came from German research institutions, from other European countries, from Is­ rael, Egypt, India, North Vietnam, and North and South America. The former workshops had also taken place in Bayreuth, in 1981, 1983 and 1985, hence the organizers could draw on the experience obtained at these earlier workshops. Azospirilla have, during the past 15 years, found an ever increasing scientific interest because, first, these soil bacte­ ria carry the genetic information for binding molecular nitrogen from the air and, second, they live in close vicinity to the roots of grain crops and forage grasses. By exploitation of these two properties, it is hoped to develop inoculation procedures which can be used in nitrogen-deficient soils.


DNA ecology environment gene genetics growth morphology mutagenesis nitrogen physiology rice

Editors and affiliations

  • Walter Klingmüller
    • 1
  1. 1.Lehrstuhl für GenetikUniversität BayreuthBayreuthGermany

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1988
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
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  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-73074-0
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-73072-6
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