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Role of microbial biotechnology for strain improvement for agricultural sustainability
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2022
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  • Pole, Akhila
  • Srivastava, Anisha
  • Singh, Anup Kumar
  • Soni, Ravindra
  • Zakeel, Mohamed Cassim Mohamed
  • Sharma, Vijay Kumar
  • Suyal, Deep Chandra
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Increasing agricultural production is necessary to meet the ongoing demand of a growing world population. Simultaneously, to combat the negative environmental consequences of conventional agriculture techniques, as well as their influence on health and food security, sustainable agricultural production using beneficial microorganisms for increased yield must be adopted. To increase production, new agricultural practices must be discovered and implemented. The use of beneficial microorganisms is seen to be a promising alternative to traditional production habits and practices which rely on synthetic chemical inputs (e.g., fertilizers and pesticides) and increase the burden of soil pollution in agriculture. The rhizosphere’s naturally existing soil microflora attaches to the surface of plant roots and has a favorable effect on plant development and productivity. Microbial communities have a vast array of beneficial interactions with plants and thus are used as biofertilizers, bioprotectants, and biostimulants, as well as alleviators of abiotic stress. Microorganisms with modified genomes will become more efficient biofertilizers or biocontrol agents. Improved beneficial microorganism strain development through biotechnological approaches provides a significant advancement in sustainable agriculture and food security.

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10.1016/B978-0-323-91595-3.00001-X
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Scientific Publication
Role of microbial biotechnology for strain improvement for agricultural sustainability
  • Pole, Akhila
  • Srivastava, Anisha
  • Singh, Anup Kumar
  • Soni, Ravindra
  • Zakeel, Mohamed Cassim Mohamed
  • Sharma, Vijay Kumar
  • Suyal, Deep Chandra
Role of microbial biotechnology for strain improvement for agricultural sustainability

Increasing agricultural production is necessary to meet the ongoing demand of a growing world population. Simultaneously, to combat the negative environmental consequences of conventional agriculture techniques, as well as their influence on health and food security, sustainable agricultural production using beneficial microorganisms for increased yield must be adopted. To increase production, new agricultural practices must be discovered and implemented. The use of beneficial microorganisms is seen to be a promising alternative to traditional production habits and practices which rely on synthetic chemical inputs (e.g., fertilizers and pesticides) and increase the burden of soil pollution in agriculture. The rhizosphere’s naturally existing soil microflora attaches to the surface of plant roots and has a favorable effect on plant development and productivity. Microbial communities have a vast array of beneficial interactions with plants and thus are used as biofertilizers, bioprotectants, and biostimulants, as well as alleviators of abiotic stress. Microorganisms with modified genomes will become more efficient biofertilizers or biocontrol agents. Improved beneficial microorganism strain development through biotechnological approaches provides a significant advancement in sustainable agriculture and food security.

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