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Shuming Ju, Lingzhen Ji, and Delan Xu

effects of promoting high growth, enhancing apical dominance, and delaying senescence ( Yan et al., 2010 ). Studies of the seasonal dynamic change of GA content in plants such as Actinidia arguta ( Yuan et al., 2020 ) and Lilium longiflorum ( Sivaci

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Liang Cheng, Ning Zhang, and Bingru Huang

. Yousaf, S. Pastar, M. Afzal, M. Sessitsch, A. 2014 The endophyte Enterobacter sp. FD17: A maize growth enhancer selected based on rigorous testing of plant beneficial traits and colonization characteristics Biol. Fertil. Soils 50 249 262 Penrose, D

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Chenping Xu and Beiquan Mou

., 2008 ). Compost can improve soil microorganism and colonization of root by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi ( Montalba et al., 2010 ; Suárez-Estrella et al., 2007 ). Growth enhancement by compost amendment might also attribute to its humic substances

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Maria L. Burgos-Garay, Chuanxue Hong, and Gary W. Moorman

aphanidermatum by Sphingobium sp. ( B ) Microscopic view (10×) of wet appearing P. irregulare hyphae caused by the attachment of Pseudomonas sp. ( C ) P. cryptoirregulare growth enhancing effect by Cupriavidus sp. in NA media. Table 1. Identity and

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Andreas Westphal, Nicole L. Snyder, Lijuan Xing, and James J. Camberato

growth-enhancing effect that was not quantifiable with the parameters measured. Perhaps general stress suppression was responsible for improvements in early plant growth and early fruit yield. Colonization rates in a study with watermelon and G. clarum

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Mason T. MacDonald, Rajasekaran R. Lada, A. Robin Robinson, and Jeff Hoyle

properties Seed Sci. Res. 10 329 339 Darlington, A. Vishnevetskaia, K. Blake, T.J. 1996 Growth enhancement and anti-transpirant activity following seed treatment with a derivative of 5-hydroxybenzimidazole

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Liyuan Huang, Jun Yuan, Hui Wang, Xiaofeng Tan, and Genhua Niu

showing any symptom of Al toxicity. For example, buckwheat leaves can accumulate as much as 10 g·kg −1 Al in the leaves in 12 weeks ( Shen et al., 2006 ). Al (0.5 m m )-induced improvements of the root activity contributed to a growth enhancement in

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Xun Li, Wenying Chu, Jinlong Dong, and Zengqiang Duan

( Oryza sativa ) and their effects on the chemotactic response of endophytic bacteria Plant Soil 249 271 277 Berntson, G.M. Bazzaz, F.A. 1996 Belowground positive and negative feedbacks on CO 2 growth enhancement Plant Soil 187 119 131 Cardon, Z.G. 1996

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Xin Zhao, Qianru Liu, M. Tatiana Sanchez, and Nicholas S. Dufault

noninoculated, nongrafted controls in the 2016 experiment ( Table 3 ). Considering that the plant growth and root measurements were only conducted at the flowering stage in the greenhouse experiments, it is likely that the advantage of growth enhancement in

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Lesley A. Judd, Brian E. Jackson, Ted C. Yap, and William C. Fonteno

pine bark. However, these observations were quantified with root dry weights or subjective ratings, so the extent of the apparent root growth enhancement remains to be accurately quantified and explained. Further investigations of plant root growth in