Analysis of rhizosphere bacterial diversity of Angelica dahurica var. formosana based on different experimental sites and varieties (strains)

This study aims to characterize bacterial communities in the rhizospheric soils of A. dahurica var. formosana from different experimental sites or varieties under the same culture management method by using molecular methods

Jiang

2021

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  • Dahurica var. formosana was stable and conserved to a certain extent, and the bacteria of Proteobacteria and Firmicutes might play an important role in improving the yield and quality of A. dahurica var. formosana
  • LEfSe analysis were revealed, and linear discrimination analysis values were given in Fig 5.The results showed that at the phylum level, for different experimental sites, enrichment of Planctomycetes were significant in the rhizosphericsoil of BZA001 from Shunjiang; enrichment of Acidobacterira were significant in the sample from Shunhe; enrichment of Roteobacteria were significant in the sample from Sangshulin; Proteobacteria contributed the most in the sample from Yongyi with the highest yield of A. dahurica var. formosana, while Firmicutes and Actinobacteria contributed the most in the sample from
  • This new sequencing technique was used for the first time to analyze the bacterial community structure in the rhizosphere soil of A. dahurica var. formosana
  • It was possible that A. dahurica var. formosana recruited less beneficial bacteria when the soil was rich in nutrients and more bacteria when it was hungry based on the correlation analysis of bacterial diversity and physicochemical properties of rhizosphere samples
  • The results indicated that the rhizosphere bacterial community of A. dahurica var. formosana was stable and conserved, and could resist some external disturbances to a certain extent, which provided a theoretical basis for remote planting and expanding the planting
  • The results showed that the bacterial community of A. dahurica var. formosana was stable and conserved to a certain extent, and the bacteria of Proteobacteria and Firmicutes might play an important role in improving the yield and quality of A. dahurica var. formosana
  • Soil conditions of origins would become a crucial factor to construct beneficial bacterial community structure in the cultivation of A. dahurica var

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