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An endophytic Pseudomonas fluorescens (BsEB-1) was obtained from the roots of Bletilla striata. We investigated its growth-promoting properties and observed the impact of its inoculation on both the growth and polysaccharide content of Bletilla striata tubers. It was found that BsEB-1 possessed three growth-promoting activities: phosphate-solubilizing, produced indoleacetic acid (IAA) and siderophores, but had no nitrogen-fixing activity. BsEB-1 could rapidly attach to the root hairs of Bletilla striata tissue culture seedlings and endophytically colonize the region of maturation in the roots. It also significantly promoted the rooting and transplant survival rate of the seedlings, as well as the growth and expansion of the tubers, but did not increase their polysaccharide content. Pseudomonas fluorescens BsEB-1 exhibits potential for applications in the artificial planting of Bletilla striata.


Yuanshuang Wu, Suhui Xiao, Jiaseng Qi, Yongchang Gong, Kunzhi Li. Pseudomonas fluorescens BsEB-1: an endophytic bacterium isolated from the root of Bletilla striata that can promote its growth. Plant signaling & behavior. 2022 Dec 31;17(1):2100626

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