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 1 Treatment of recycled fiber with Trichoderma cellulases Industrial Crops and Products D. Dienes, A. Egyhazi, K. Reczey 2004 Volume 20, Issue 1
 2 Application of Fluorescent Pseudomonads Inoculant Formulations on Vigna mungo through Field Trial International Journal of Biological and Life Sciences M.V.R.K Sarma , K. Saharan , A. Prakash , V. S. Bisaria, and V. Sahai. 2009 
 3 Dissipation behavior of bifenthrin residues in tea and its brew Food Control Dhananjay Kumar Tewary, Vipin Kumar, S.D. Ravindranath, Adarsh Shanker 2005 Volume 16, Issue 3, March 2005, Pages 231–237
 4 Antioxidant activity of some common plants Turk J.biol. Nooman A.Khalaf,Ashoka K.Shakya,Atif Al-othman,Zaha El Agbar,Husni Farah 2008 32 (2008) 51-55
 5 Analysis of some selected catechins and caffeine in green tea by high performance liquid chromatography Food Chemistry M.S. El-Shahawi , A. Hamza, S.O. Bahaffi, A.A. Al-Sibaai, T.N. Abduljabbar 2012 134/2268–2275
 6 Application of microwave energy in the manufacture of enhanced quality Green Tea. Journal of agriculture and food chemistry Ashu Gulati,Renu Rawat,Brajinder Singh and S.D.Ravindranath 2003 51(16):4764-8.
 7 compositional analysis of teas from Australian supermarkets food Chemistr Lihu Yao,Xu Liu,Yueming Jiang, Nola Cafin,Bruce d Arey,Riantong Singanusong ,Nivedeta Datta 2006 Volume 94, Issue 1, January 2006, Pages 115–122
 8 Pollination biology of large cardamom (Amomum subulatum) Current Science Palatty Allesh Sinu and K.R.Shivanna 2007 93 (4). pp. 548-552.
 9 Analysis of catechins from mil?tea beverages by enzyme assisted extraction followed by high performance liquid chromatography Food Chemistry Mario G. Ferruzzi *, Rodney J. Green 2006 Volume 99, Issue 3, 2006, Pages 484–491
 10 Cream formation in a semifermented tea Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture Yuh Chung Chao1 and Been Huang Chiang2* 1999 Volume 79, Issue 13, pages 1767–1774, October 1999
 11 determination of the gyphosate and its biodegradation products by chromatographi methods Journal of analytical chemistry N.F. Zelenkova and N.G. Vinokurova 2008 Volume 63, Number 9, 871-874
 12 Adsorption of Cu(II), Cd(II), and Pb(II) from aqueous single metal solutions by cellulose and mercerized cellulose chemically modified with succinic anhydride Bioresource Technology Leandro Vinı´cius Alves Gurgel a, Osvaldo Karnitz Ju´nior a, 2008 99 & 3077–3083
 13 Adsorption of cadmium from aqueous solutions by perlite Journal of Hazardous Materials T. Mathialagan, T. Viraraghavan 2002 B94 & 291–303
 14 Controlling hormone signaling is a plant and pathogen challenge for growth and survival  Current openion in Plant Biology Miguel Angel Lópeza, Gerard Bannenberga and Carmen Castresanaa 2008 11(4):420-7
 15 Cloning of a putative hypersensitive induced reaction gene from wheat infected by stripe rust fungus  Gene Xiu-Mei Yu1, a, Xiu-Dao Yua, Zhi-Peng Qua, Xin-Jie Huanga, Jun Guoa, Qing-Mei Hana, Jie Zhaoa, Li-Li Huanga and Zhen-Sheng Kang, a, 2008 407, Issues 1–2, Pages 193–198
 16 Anti-infective potential of natural products: How to developa stronger in vitro ‘proof-of-concept’ Journal of Ethnopharmacology Paul Cos, Arnold J. Vlietinck, Dirk Vanden Berghe, Louis Maes 2006 106(3):290-30
 17 Green Fluorescent Protein as a Marker for Pseudomonas spp. APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY GUIDO V. BLOEMBERG, GEORGE A. O’TOOLE, BEN J. J. LUGTENBERG, 1997 63(11): 4543–4551
 18 Use of Green Fluorescent Protein Color Variants Expressed on Stable Broad-Host-Range Vectors to Visualize Rhizobia Interacting with Plants Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions Nico Stuurman, Cristina Pacios Bras, Helmi R. M. Schlaman, André H. M. Wijfjes, Guido Bloemberg, and Herman P. Spaink 2000 Vol. 13(11): pp. 1163–1169
 19 Microwave assisted extraction of bioactive saponins from chickpea. Journal of Science of Food &Agriculture Zohar Kerem,Hilla German-Shashoua 2005 85:406–412
 20 Simultaneous Imaging of Pseudomonas fluorescens WCS365 Populations Expressing Three Different Autofluorescent Proteins in the Rhizosphere: New Perspectives for Studying Microbial Communities Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions Guido V. Bloemberg, André H. M. Wijfjes, Gerda E. M. Lamers, Nico Stuurman and Ben J. J. Lugtenberg 2000 13(11):1170-6
 21 Plants responses to plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria Eur. J. Plant Pathol. L. C. van Loon 2007 119, Issue: 3 Pages: 243-254
 22 Characterization of the Key Aroma Compounds in the beverage prepared from Darjeeling black tea: quantitative differences between tea leaves and infusion the Beverage Prepared from Darjeeling Black Tea: Quantitative Differences between Tea Leaves and Infusion Journal of agriculture and food chemistry Christian Schuh, and Peter Schieberle 2006 54(3):916-24
 23 Extraction and Purification of Theanine  International Journal of Tea Science (IJTS Lin zhi,tan Jun-feng,Lu Hai-peng,Yang yong and Chen Hao. 2004 
 24 Determination of Theanine in commercial by liquid chromatography with flourescence and Diode array ultraviolet detection Journl of Agricultural and Food chemistry R.Thippeswamy,K.G .Mallikarjun Gouda,Devavratha H.Rao,Asha Martin,and Lalitha R.Gowda. 2006  2006, 54 (19), pp 7014–7019
 25 Effect of extraction solvents on conc.and anioxidant activity of black and black mate tea polyphenols determined by ferrous tartrate and and folin-ciocalteu methods Journal of food chemistry Nihal Turkmen,Ferda Sari,Y.Sedat velioglu 2006 Volume 99, Issue 4, 2006, Pages 835–841
 26 Analysis of Theanine in Tea leaves by HPLC with Flourescence Detection Journal of Liquid Chromatography and related technologies. Ye Ying, John W. Ho,Zhen Yu Chn and Jun Wang 2005 
 27 Comparison of the antioxidant activity of Rooibos Tea (Aspalathus linearis)with green,oolong,and black tea. Journal of food chemistry A.vonGadow,E.Joubert&C.F Hansmann 1997 Volume 60, Issue 1, September 1997, Pages 73–77
 28 A comparison of the volatile compounds in several green teas Food science Technology Research Shoji Hattori,Hitoshi takagaki 2005 Vol. 11 , No. 1 pp.82-86
 29 Evaluation of antimicrobial activity of saponins extract of Sorghum Bicolor. African Journal of Biotechnology. Soetan K.O, Oyekunle, Aiyelaabe and Fafunse. 2006 Vol. 5 (23), pp. 2405-2407
 30 Antiprotozoic activity of Justicidone and its synthetic precursor Natural Product communication Carlos Jos Baluda, Jose Pineru 2002 
 31 Antiprotozoic activity of Justicidone and its synthetic precursor Natural Product communication Carlos Jos Baluda, Jose Pineru 2002 
 32 occurance and distribution of PPo avtivity in floral organs of some standard and local cultivars of tea Journal of Science and Agriculture Harsh P Singh,SD Ravinndranath 1994 Volume 64, Issue 1, pages 117–120, January 1994
 33 Variation in chemical composition and quility of tea with increasing blister blight severity Journal of Myclogy Ashu Gulati,Arvind Gulati,S.D Ravindernath and Akshay k. Gulati 1994  103 : pp 1380-1384
 34 A novel enzymatic method for production of L-Theanine Electronic journal of Biology Jiayou Li,Liyun guo,Shaosong Qian,Zhaolan Li,qingcai Jiao 2006 Vol. 2(1): 15-18
 35 A novel assay method for Theanine synthetase by capillary electrophoresis. Journal of Chromatography b Ping Li,Xiao Chun Wan,Zhing -Zhu zhang,Jian Li,Zuo - Jun Shen. 2005 ;819(1):81-4.
 36 Screening of plant extracts for antioxidant activity:a comparative study on three testing method(genus sidertis) Journal of Phytochemical analysis IrinaI.Koleva,Teris A.ven Beek et al 2002 
 37 Bioactive saponins and glycosides. Saponin constituents with gastroprotective effects from the seeds of tea plant cultivated in Sri Lanka:Structures of AssamsaponinsA,B,C,D,E. Chem.Pharma.Bulletin. Toshiyuki Murakami, Junko Nakamura, Hisashi and Masayuki Yoshikawa. 1999 
 38 Qualitative and quantitative determination of ten major saponins in Platicodi Radix by HPLC with ELSD and mass spectrometry. Journal of Chromatography A Youmg Wan Ha, Yun Chiol Na, Robert J. Linhardt. 2006 1135, Issue: 1, Pages: 27-35
 39 Composition and structure of Group A saponin in soyabean seed. Agric. Biol. Chem. Masakazu Shiraiwa, Shigemitsu Kudo and Kyuya Harada. 1991  55, Issue: 4, Pages: 911-917
 40 Two new triterpenoid saponins from Gymnema sylvestre. Journal of Integrative Plant Boilogy. Xu- Min Zhu, Ping Xie and Ming Kui Wang. 2008 Volume 50, Issue 5, pages 589–592, May 2008
 41 Comparative screening of the anti-oxidant and antimicrobial activities of Sempervivum marmoreum L. extracts obtained by various extraction techniques J. Serb. Chem. Soc. SAŠA S. STOJIČEVIĆ1, IVANA T. STANISAVLJEVIĆ1#, DRAGAN T. VELIČKOVIĆ2, 2008 vol. 73, no6, pp. 597-607
 42 Enzymatic production of Theanine an umami component of tea , from glutamine and ethylamine with bacterial gamma - glutamyltranspeptidase Enzyme and Microbial Technology hideyuki Suzuki,Shunsuke Izuka,Nobuka Miyakawa,hidehiko Kumagai 2002 Volume 31, Number 6, 1 November 2002 , pp. 884-889(6)
 43 Hydrodistillation-headspace solvent microextraction, a new method for analysis of the essential oil components of Lavandula angustifolia Mill. Journal of chromatography A Ali Reza Fakhari a,b,∗, Peyman Salehi c, Rouhollah Heydari a, 2005 Volume 1098, Issues 1–2, 9 December 2005, Pages 14–18
 44 Theanine production by coupled fermentation with energy transfer using gamma- glutamylmethylamide synthetase of Methylovorus mays No.9 Bioscience .Biotechnology and Biochem (pubmed) sachiko Yamamoto,Yosuke Morihara ,mamoru Wakayama and takashi Tachiki 2008 72(5):1206-11
 45 Purification and characterisation of Glutamine Synthetase of Pseudomonas taetrolens Y-30: an enzyme usable for production of Theanine by Coupling with the Alcoholic Fermentation system of baker`s yeast Bioscience .Biotechnology and Biochem sachiko Yamamoto.Kouske Uchimura ,Mamoru Wakayama and Takashi Tachiki 2004 68(9): 1888-1897
 46 Alterations in endogenous polyamines in bulbs of tuberose (polianthes tuberosa L.)during dormancy Scientia Horticulturae Shweta sood ,P.K.Nagar 2005 105 (4) pp 483-490
 47 Analysis of Antioxidant Activities of Common Vegetables Employing Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC) and Ferric Reducing Antioxidant Power (FRAP) Assays: A Comparative Study  Journal of agriculture and food chemistry BOXIN OU,* DEJIAN HUANG, MAUREEN HAMPSCH-WOODILL, 2002 50 (11), pp 3122–3128
 48 Antioxidant activity of Camellia sinensis leaves and tea from a lowland plantation in Malaysia Food Chemistry E.W.C. Chan, Y.Y. Lim *, Y.L. Chew 2007 Volume 102, Issue 4, 2007, Pages 1214–1222
 49 Effect of Extraction Conditions on Measured Total Polyphenol Contents and Antioxidant and Antibacterial Activities of Black Tea Molecules Nihal Turkmen, Y. Sedat Velioglu *, Ferda Sari and Gokce Polat 2007 12(3), 484-496;
 50 Transgenic tea plants obtained by agrobacterium-mediated transformation of somatic embroys Plant cell Rep. T.K.Mondal,A.Bhattacharya, P.S.Ahuja, P.k Chand 2001  v. 20 (8)
 51 Use of a Free Radical Method to Evaluate Antioxidant Activity. Lebensm.-Wiss. u.-Technol W. Brand-Williams, M. E. Cuvelier and C. Berset 1995 Volume 28, Issue 1, 1995, Pages 25–30
 52 Antioxidant chemistry of Green Tea, Catechin, oxidation product of Epigallocatechin gallate and Epigallocatechin with peroxidases Journals of Food lipids Nanqun Zhu , Shengmin Sang 2007 Volume 7, Issue 4, pages 275–282, December 2000
 53 Anti- leishmanial activity of the Artemisinin, deoxyartemisinin, artemether and artether. NPC Claudio M. Lezama davila, abhay R. Satoskar 2007 
 54 Antioxidant activity analysis for thge selection of the Rosmarinus officinalis NPC Juan Antonia Garbarina,mNicolus Troncos 2006 
 55 Non nitrogenous plants derieved costituents with anti plasmodial axctivity NPC Ana, rita bilia 2006 
 56 Assessment of phenolic content and free radical-scavenging capacity of some Thai indigenous plants Food chemistry Pitchaon Maisuthisakul , Maitree Suttajit, Rungnaphar Pongsawatmanit 2005 Volume 100, Issue 4, 2007, Pages 1409–1418
 57 Identification of Free and Glycosidically Bound Volatiles and Glycosides by Capillary GC and Capillary GC-MS in “Lulo del Choco´” (Solanum topiro) J. High Resolution Chromatography Alicia Lucı´a Morales, Carmenza Duque* 2000 
 58 Fractionation of glycoside aroma precursors in neutral grapes. Hydrolysis and conversion by Saccharomyces cerevisiae Lebensm.-Wiss. u.-Technology M. Fern!andez-Gonz!aleza,*, R. Di Stefanob 2004 Volume 37, Issue 4, June 2004, Pages 467–473
 59 Total antioxidant power in some species of Labiatae (Adaptation of FRAP method) Acta Biologica Szegediensis Réka Szôllôsi*, Ilona Szôllôsi Varga 2002 Volume 46(3-4):125-127, 2002
 60 Microwave-assisted extraction of bioactive saponins from chickpea (Cicer arietinum L) Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture Zohar Kerem, Hilla German-Shashoua and Oded Yarden 2005 Volume 85, Issue 3, pages 406–412, February 2005
 61 Optimizing Headspace Temperature and Time Sampling for Identification of Volatile Compounds in Ground Roasted Arabica Coffee Journl of Agricultural and Food chemistry Cristina Sanz, Diana Ansorena, Jose Bello, and Concepcio´n Cid* 2001 49(3):1364-9
 62 Effect of the Antioxidant and Antimicribial property of the TEA SAPONIN Short communication Li, Yang, Du Yumin 2009 Volume 228, Number 6, 1023-1028
 63 Modified 2,2-Azino-bis-3-ethylbenzothiazoline-6-sulfonic Acid (ABTS) Method to Measure Antioxidant Capacity of Selected Small Fruits and Comparison to Ferric Reducing Antioxidant Power (FRAP) and 2,2-Diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) Methods Agric. Food Chem MUSTAFA OZGEN,R. NEIL REESE, ARTEMIO Z. TULIO JR 2006  vol. 54, no4, pp. 1151-1157
 64 Stability of Saponin in Alocholic solution ester formation as artifacts  Journal of agricultural and Food Chemistry Aldo Tava, Mariella Malla. 2003  51 (7), pp 1797–1800
 65 Isolation and identification of Alfalfa Root Saponin their activity in relation to a fungal bioassay. J. Agricultural and Food Chemistry Wieslow olezek, Keith R. Price 1990  38 (9), pp 1810–1817
 66 Antioxidant activity ,phenol and flavonoid contents of some selected iranian medicinal plants African Journal of Biotechnology F.Pourmorad,S.J. Hosseinimehr ,N.Shahaimajd 2006 Vol. 5 (11), pp. 1142-1145
 67 Determination of Theaflavins including methylated Theaflavins in black tea leaves by solid phase extraction and HPLC analysis. J.Agri.Food Chem. Masam Nishimura , Kinuko Ishiyama ,Akiko Watanabe, stesuko kawano. 2007 55 (18), pp 7252–7257
 68 Analysis of Tea Shoot Catechins: Spectrophotometric Quantitation and Selective Visualization on Two-Dimensional Paper Chromatograms Using Diazotized Sulfanilamide† J. Agric. Food Chem. Harsh P. Singh,S. D. Ravindranath, and C. Singh 1999 47 (3), pp 1041–1045
 69 Ascorbic Acid and Tannins from Emblica officinalis Gaertn. FruitssA Revisit J. Agric. Food Chem. MUHAMMED MAJEED, BEENA BHAT,* ATUL N. JADHAV, JYOTISH S. SRIVASTAVA, 2009 57(1):220-5
 70 Simultaneous Determination of S-Methylmethionine, Vitamin U and Free Amino Acids in Extracts of Green Tea Agric. Biol. Chem. KozoOhtsuki, MakotoKawabata, Hiroshi Kokura 1987 51(9): 2479-2484
 71 Comparative Study on Free Amino Acid Composition of Wild Edible Mushroom Species J. Agric. Food Chem. BA´RBARA RIBEIRO,PAULA B. ANDRADE,BRANCA M. SILVA, 2008 56(22):10973-9
 72 Effect of High Oxygen Atmosphere Storage on Quality, Antioxidant Enzymes, and DPPH-Radical Scavenging Activity of Chinese Bayberry Fruit J. Agric. Food Chem. ZHENFENG YANG,YONGHUA ZHENG,AND SHIFENG CAO 2009 57 (1), pp 176–181
 73 Microwave-Assisted Efficient Extraction of Different Parts of Hippophae rhamnoides for the Comparative Evaluation of Antioxidant Activity and Quantification of Its Phenolic Constituents by Reverse-Phase High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (RP-HPLC)† J. Agric. Food Chem. UPENDRA K. SHARMA,‡ KAPIL SHARMA,§ NANDINI SHARMA,‡ 2008  56 (2), pp 374–379
 74 Purification, biochemical and molecular characterization of a metalloprotease from Pseudomonas aeruginosa MN 7 grown on shrimp wastes Appl Microbiol Biotechnol Kemel Jellouli,Ahmed Bayoudh,Lalla Manni,Rym Agrebi,Moncef Nasri 2008  79: 989–99
 75 characterization of alkaline protease from vibrio fluvialis strain VM 10 isolated from a mangroove sediment sample and its application as a laundry detergent additive process Bochemistry meera venugopal and A.V. Saramma 2006 Volume 41, Issue 6, June 2006, Pages 1239–1243
 76 Siderophore production by an aerobic Pseudomonas mendocina bacterium in the presence of kaolinite Chemical Geology David A. Ams, Patricia A. Maurice, Larry E. Hersman and Jennifer H. Forsythe 2002 Volume 188, Issues 3–4, 1 September 2002, Pages 161–170
 77 Crusade for iron: iron uptake in unicellular eukaryotes and its significance for virulence Trends in Microbiology Robert Sutak1, Emmanuel Lesuisse2, Jan Tachezy3 and Des R. Richardson1 2008 Volume 16, Issue 6, June 2008, Pages 261–268
 78 The versatility and adaptation of bacteria from the genus Stenotrophomonas Nature Review Microbiology Robert P. Ryan, Sebastien Monchy, Massimiliano Cardinale and Safiyh Taghavi 2009  7: 514-525
 79 Rhizosphere Bacterial Signalling: A Love Parade Beneath Our Feet Critical Reviews in Microbiology E. Somers a; J. Vanderleyden a; and M. Srinivasan b 2004 30(4): 205-40
 80 Metabolic changes of rhizobia in legume nodules TRENDS in Microbiology Juergen Prell and Philip Poole 2006  Vol.14 No.4
 81 Bacillus lipopeptides: versatile weapons for plant disease biocontrol Trends in Microbiology Marc Ongena1 and Philippe Jacques2 2007 Volume 16, Issue 3, March 2008, Pages 115–125
 82 Bacterial diversity in the rhizosphere of Proteaceae species.  Environmental Microbiology William H. L. Stafford ,Gillian C. Baker,Susan A. Brown, Stephanie G. Burton and Don A. Cowan 2005  7(11), 1755–1768
 83 Coffea arabica L., a New Host Plant for Acetobacter diazotrophicus, and Isolation of Other Nitrogen-Fixing Acetobacteria Applied and environmental microbiology Teresita jimenez-salgado1, luis e. Fuentes-ramirez2, armando tapia-hernandez1, miguel a. Mascarua-esparza1, esperanza martinez-romero2, and jesus caballero-mellado2 1997  63: 676–3683
 84 Dominant fungi in the rhizosphere of established tea bushes and their interaction with the dominant bacteria under in situ conditions Microbiol. Res. Anita Pandey, Lok Man S. Palni, Deepa Bisht 2001 156(4): 377–382
 85 Genotypic and phenotypic diversity in populations of plant-probiotic Pseudomonas spp. colonizing roots Naturwissenschaften Christine Picard & Marco Bosco 2008 95(1):1-16
 86 Colonization pattern of plant root and leaf surfaces visualized by use of green-fluorescent-marked strain of Methylobacterium suomiense and its persistence in rhizosphere Applied Microbiology Biotechnology S. Poonguzhali, M. Madhaiyan, Woo-Jong Yim, Kyoung-A Kim & Tong-Min Sa 2008 78(6): 1033-1043
 87 Transcriptome profiling of bacterial responses to root exudates identifies genes involved in microbe–plant interactions PNAS G. Louise Mark, J. Maxwell Dow, Patrick D. Kiely, Hazel Higgins, Jill Haynes, Christine Baysse, Abdelhamid Abbas, Tara Foley, Ashley Franks, John Morrissey, and Fergal O’Gara 2005 102(48): 17454–17459
 88 Purification and properties of cellulases from an alkalophilic Streptomyces strain Agric. Biol. Chem. Ryozo Nakai, Sueharu Horinouchi, Takeshi Uozumi and Teruhiko Beppu 1987 
 89 Paenibacillus—a predominant endophytic bacterium colonising tissue cultures of woody plants. Plant Cell Tiss Organ Cult Kristina Ulrich, Thomas Stauber, Dietrich Ewald 2008  93:347–35
 90 Biologic Control Ability of Plant Growth–Promoting Paenibacillus lentimorbus NRRL B-30488 Isolated from Milk CURRENT MICROBIOLOGY S. M. DasGupta, N. Khan, C. S. Nautiyal 2006 Volume 53, Number 6, 502-505,
 91 Biologic Control Ability of Plant Growth–Promoting Paenibacillus lentimorbus NRRL B-30488 Isolated from Milk CURRENT MICROBIOLOGY S. M. DasGupta, N. Khan, C. S. Nautiyal 2006 Volume 53, Number 6, 502-505
 92 Characterization of a novel thermophilic, cellulose degrading bacterium Paenibacillus sp. strain B39 Letters in Applied Microbiology C.-M. Wang1, C.-L. Shyu12, S.-P. Ho2 and S.-H. Chiou1 2008 Volume: 47, Issue: 1, Pages: 46-53
 93 Microplate-Based Filter Paper Assay to Measure Total Cellulase Activity Biotechnology and Bioengineering Zhizhuang Xiao, Reginald Storms, Adrian Tsang 2004 88(7):832-7
 94 An innovative approach for hyperproduction of cellulolytic and hemicellulolytic enzymes by consortium of Aspergillus niger MSK-7 and Trichoderma viride MSK-10 African Journal of Biotechnology Ikram-ul-Haq, Muhammad Mohsin Javed and Tehmina Saleem Khan 2006 Vol. 5 (8), pp. 609-614
 95 Evaluation of the hypervariable region in the 16S rDNA sequence as an index for rapid species identification in the genus Paenibacillus J. Gen. Appl. Microbiol. Keiichi Goto*, Yuko Kato, Mika Asahara, and Akira Yokota1 2002 ;48(5):281-5
 96 Simultaneous P-solubilizing and biocontrol activity of microorganisms: potentials and future trends Appl Microbiol Biotechnol Nikolay Vassilev . Maria Vassileva . Iana Nikolaeva 2006 71(2):137-44
 97 Functional diversity and community structure of microorganisms in rhizosphere and non-rhizosphere Canadian arctic soils Biodiversity and Conservation L. TAM, A.M. DERRY, P.G. KEVAN1 and J.T. TREVORS 2001 10: 1933–1947, 2001
 98 Simultaneous phosphate solubilization potential and antifungal activity of new fluorescent pseudomonad strains, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, P. plecoglossicida and P. mosselii World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology Babita Kumari Jha, Mohandass Gandhi Pragash, Jean Cletus, Gurusamy Raman, Natarajan Sakthivel 2009 Volume 25, Number 4, 573-581
 99 Two phosphate- and potassium-solubilizing bacteria isolated from Tianmu Mountain,Zhejiang, China World Journal of Microbiology & Biotechnology Xiufang Hu, Jishuang Chen and Jiangfeng Guo 2006 ) 22:983–990
 100 Colonization of exopolysaccharide-producing Paenibacillus polymyxa on peanut roots for enhancing resistance against crown rot disease African Journal of Biotechnology Wafaa M. Haggag 2007  Vol. 6 (13), pp. 1568-157
 101 Competitiveness of a native Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar trifolii strain for nodule occupancy is manifested during infection Plant and Soil Samuel Duodu, Caroline Brophy, John Connolly & Mette M. Svenning 2009 9) 318:117–12
 102 Optimization of growth conditions of the post harvest biocontrol agent Candida sake CPA-1 in a lab-scale fermenter. Journal of Applied Microbiology Abadias, M., Teixido, N., Usall, J. and Vinas, I. 2003 95(2):301-9.
 103 Diversity and geographical distribution of rhizobia associated with Lespedeza spp. in temperate and subtropical regions of China Arch. Microbiol. Chun Tao Gu · En Tao Wang · Xin Hua Sui · Wen Feng Chen · Wen Xin Chen 2007 188(4):355-65
 104 Simultaneous phosphate solubilization potential and antifungal activity of new fluorescent pseudomonad strains, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, P. plecoglossicida and P. mosselii. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology Jha, B.K., Pragash, M.G., Cletus, J., Raman, G. and Sakthivel, N. 2009  Vol. 25 No. 4 pp. 573-581
 105 Diversity of Rhizobial Bacteria Isolated from Nodules of the Gypsophyte Ononis tridentata L. Growing in Spanish Soils Microbial Ecology A. Rincón, F. Arenal, I. González, E. Manrique, M. M. Lucas & J. J. Pueyo 2008 Volume 56, Number 2, 223-233
 106 Simultaneous P-solubilizing and biocontrol activity of microorganisms: potentials and future trends Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology Nikolay Vassilev 1, Maria Vassileva 1 and Iana Nikolaeva 2. 2006 71(2):137-44
 107 Expression of the ACC Deaminase Gene from Enterobacter cloacae UW4 in Azospirillum brasilense Microbial Ecology G. Holguin and B.R. Glick 2001 41(3):281-288
 108 Purification and characterization of an alkaline cellulase from a newly isolated alkalophilic Bacillus sp. HSH-810 Biotechnology Letters Ji-Yeon Kim, Sung-Ho Hur & Jeong-Hwa Hong 2005 Volume 27, Number 5, 313-316
 109 Rep PCR fingerprinting and taxonomy based on the sequencing of the 16S rRNA gene of 54 elite commercial rhizobial strains APPLIED GENETICS AND MOLECULAR BIOTECHNOLOGY Daisy Rickli Binde, Pamela Menna, iane Villamil Bangel, rnando Gomes Barcello, Miangela Hungria 2009 83(5):897-908
 110 Quantification of cellulase activity using cellulose-azure Talanta Takwai E. Lai , Pratap C. Pullammanappallil , William P. Clarke 2006 Volume: 69, Issue: 1, Pages: 68-72
 111 Screening for Plant Growth–Promoting Rhizobacteria to Promote Early Soybean Growth Soil Science Society of America Journal A.J. Cattelan 1, P.G. Hartel 1 and J.J. Fuhrmann 2 1999 vol. 63, no6, pp. 1670-1680
 112 Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria and Soybean [ Glycine max (L.) Merr.] Nodulation and Nitrogen Fixation at Suboptimal Root Zone Temperatures Annals of Botany ZHANG F,, DASHTI, N., HYNES, R. K. and SMITH, D.L 1996 Volume 77, Issue 5Pp. 453-460
 113 The effect of plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria on asparagus seedlings and germinating seeds subjected to water stress under greenhouse conditions. Canadian Journal of Microbiology Liddycoat, SM., Greenberg, BM., Wolyn, DJ. 2009 55(4):388-94
 114 Perspective of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) containing ACC deaminase in stress agriculture. Journal of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology Saleen, M., Arshad, M., Hussain, S. and Bhatti, A.S. 2007 
 115 Plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria, Paenibacillus polymyxa and Paenibacillus lentimorbus suppress disease complex caused by root-knot nematode and fusarium wilt fungus Journal of Applied Microbiology Son, S.H.; Khan, Z.; Kim, S.G.; Kim, Y.H. 2009 107(2):524-32
 116 Rhizosphere bacteria help plants tolerate abiotic stress  Trends in Plant Science Jungwook Yang 1, Joseph W. Kloepper 2 and Choong-Min Ryu 1, 3, 2009 ;14(1):1-4
 117 Studies on the Use of Agricultural Wastes for Cellulase Enzyme Production by Aspegillus niger Research Journal of Agriculture and Biological Sciences M.A. Milala, A. Shugaba, A. Gidado, A.C. Ene and J.A. Wafar 2005 s 1(4): 325-328, 2005
 118 Effect of transferring 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid (ACC) deaminase genes into Pseudomonas fluorescens strain CHA0 and its gacA derivative CHA96 on their growth-promoting and disease-suppressive capacities. Canadian Journal of Microbiology Wang C, Knill E, Glick BR, Défago G. 2000 46(10):898-907.
 119 Isolation and characterization of nonrhizobial plant growth promoting bacteria from nodules of Kudzu (Pueraria thunbergiana) and their effect on wheat seedling growth Current Microbiology Selvakumar, G 1., Kundu, S 1., Gupta, A.D 1., Shouche, Y.S. 2 and Gupta, H.S. 1 2008 ol (2008) 56:134–13
 120 Screening of bacterial isolates from various European soils for in vitro antagonistic activity towards Rhizoctonia solani and Fusarium oxysporum: Site-dependent composition and diversity revealed Soil Biology & Biochemistry Modupe F. Adesina, Antje Lembke, Rodrigo Costaa,, Arjen Speksnijder,Kornelia Smalla 2007 Volume 39, Issue 11, November 2007, Pages 2818–2828
 121 Pseudomonas corrugata: A suitable bacterial inoculant for maize grown under rainfed conditions of Himalayan region Soil Biology & Biochemistry Bhavesh Kumar, Pankaj Trivedi, Anita Pandey 2007 Volume: 39, Issue: 12, Pages: 3093-3100
 122 Inoculation with Pseudomonas fluorescens biocontrol strains does not affect the symbiosis between rhizobia and forage legumes Soil Biology and Biochemistry Leonardo De La Fuente, , a, b, Leticia Quagliottoa, Natalia Bajsaa, Elena Fabianoa, Nora Altierc and Alicia Ariasa 2002 Volume 34, Issue 4, April 2002, Pages 545–548
 123 A novel cold-tolerant Clostridium strain PXYL1 isolated from a psychrophilic cattle manure digester that secretes thermolabile xylanase and cellulase FEMS Microbiology Letters G. Akila,T .S. Chandra 2003 Volume 219, Issue 1, pages 63–67, February 2003
 124 Iridoid glycosides from the stems of Pithecoctenium crucigerum (Bignoniaceae) Science Direct Fre´de´ric Martin a, Anne-Emmanuelle Hay a, Laura Corno a, 2007 Volume 68, Issue 9, May 2007, Pages 1307–1311
 125 Potential for improving pea production by co-inoculation with fluorescent Pseudomonas and Rhizobium Plant and Soil DILEEP KUMAR B. S. (1) ; BERGGREN I. (2) ; MARTENSSON A. M. (2) 2001 Volume 229, Number 1, 25-34
 126 Prospects for using soil microorganisms to improve the acquisition of phosphorus by plants Australian journal of plant physiology RICHARDSON Alan E 2001 28(9) 897 - 906
 127 Adaptions of Pseudomonas fluorescens to the plant rhizosphere Environmental Microbiology Rainey PB. 1999 1(3):243-57
 128 High-cell-density cultivation of microorganisms. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol. Riesenberg D, Guthke R. 1999 51(4):422-30.
 129 Optimization of carbon and nitrogen sources and growth factors for the production of an aquaculture probiotic (Pseudomonas MCCB 103). using response surface methodology. Journal of Applied Microbiology Preetha, R 1., Jayaprakash, N.S 1., Philip, R 2. and Singh, I.S.B 1. 2006 102(4):1043-51
 130 An antibiotic, heavy metal resistant and halotolerant Bacillus cereus SIU1 and its thermoalkaline protease Microbial Cell Factories Sanjay K Singh, Vinayak R Tripathi, Rakesh K Jain, Surendra Vikram, Satyendra K Garg 2010 9:59
 131 Methods for isolating and characterizing ACC deaminase-containing plant growth promoting rhizobacteria. Plant Physiology Penrose, D. M. and Glick, B. R. 2003 Volume 118, Issue 1, pages 10–15, May 2003
 132 Diversity and cold-active hydrolytic enzymes of culturable bacteria associated with Arctic sea ice, Spitzbergen Extremophiles Tatiana Groudieva Æ Margarita Kambourova Hoda Yusef Æ Maryna Royter Æ Ralf Grote Hauke Trinks Æ Garabed Antranikian 2004 8:475–488
 133 Production of alkaline proteases by Botrytis cinerea using economic raw materials: Assay as biodetergent Process Biochemistry  Ferid Abidi a, Ferid Limam b, Marzouki M. Nejib 2008 43:1202-1208
 134 Role of Pseudomonas putida indoleacetic acid in development of the host plant root system. Applied Environment and Microbiology . Patten, C.L. and Glick B.R. 2002 vol. 68 no. 8 3795-3801
 135 Mechanism of insoluble phosphate solubilization by Pseudomonas fluorescens RAF15 isolated from ginseng rhizosphere and its plant growth-promoting activities. . Letters in Applied Microbiology Park, K.H., Lee, C.Y. and Son, H.J. 2009 49(2):222-8.
 136 Antimicrobial activity of an endophytic Xylaria sp.YX-28 and identification of its antimicrobial compound 7-amino-4-methylcoumarin Appl Microbiol Biotechnol (2008) 78:241–247 Xiaoli Liu & Mingsheng Dong & Xiaohong Chen & 2008 78:241–247
 137 Isolation of endophytic actinomycetes from selected plants and their antifungal activity World Journal of Microbiology & Biotechnology Kluwer Academic Publishers. Printed in the Netherlands. Thongchai Taechowisan, John F. Peberdy and Saisamorn Lumyong 2003  19: 381–385, 200
 138 Population Dynamics and Identification of Endophytic Bacteria Antagonistic Toward Plant-Pathogenic Fungi in Cotton Root  Microbial Ecology Chun-Hong Li1 , Ming-Wen Zhao2 , Can-Ming Tang1 and Shun-Peng Li2 2009 vol. 59, no2, pp. 344-356
 139 Relationship between in vitro production of auxins by rhizobacteria and their growth-promoting activities in Brassica juncea L. Biology and Fertility of Soils Asghar, H.N., Zahir, Z.A., Arshad, M. and Khaliq, A. 2002  35:231–23
 140 Endophytic Bacteria Associated with Growing Shoot Tips of Banana (Musa sp.) cv. Grand Naine and the Affinity of Endophytes to the Host Microbial Ecology Pious Thomas and Thyvalappil A. Soly 2009 ;58(4):952-64. Epub 2009 Jul 25.
 141 Recent advances and emerging trends in plant hormone signalling NATURE Aaron Santner1 & Mark Estelle2 2009 459, 1071-1078
 142 Swine flu virus H1N1: a threat to human health Indian Journal of Microbiology  Kirti Kumari, Pooja Sharma, Rup Lal 2009 Volume 49, Number 2, 201
 143 Polyphasic approach of bacterial classification – An overview of recent advances Indian J. Microbiol O. Prakash, M. Verma, P. Sharma, M. Kumar, K. Kumari, A. Singh, 2007 Volume 47, Number 2, June 2007 , pp. 98-108(11)
 144 Root colonization and growth promotion of wheat and maize by Pseudomonas aurantiaca SR1 Soil Biology and Biochemistry Susana B. Rosas a., Germán Avanzini a, Evelin Carlier a, Carolina Pasluosta a, Nicolás Pastora and Marisa Rovera b 2009 Volume: 41, Issue: 9, Publisher: Elsevier, Pages: 1802-1806
 145 PGPR-induced defense responses in the tea plant against blister blight disease Crop Protection D. Saravanakumara, Charles Vijayakumarc, N. Kumarb, R. Samiyappana 2007 Volume 26, Issue 4, April 2007, Pages 556–565
 146 Evaluation of Growth Activity of Microbes in Tea Field Soil Using Microbial Calorimetry Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering Kunimasa Koga1, Yasutaka Suehiro1, Shun-Tar0 Matsuoka1, and Katsutada Takahashp2 2003 VOL.95;NO.5;PAGE.429-434(2003)
 147 Dominant fungi in the rhizosphere of established tea bushes and their interaction with the dominant bacteria under in situ conditions Microbiol. Res. Anita Pandey, Lok Man S. Palni, Deepa Bisht 2001 Volume 156, Issue 4, 2001, Pages 377–382
 148 Microbial community structure and its functional implications NATURE Jed A. Fuhrman 2009 Volume 459, Issue 7244, pp. 193-199
 149 Faults in Determining Nitrogenase Activity  J. Agronomy & Crop Science G. Singh and D. Wright 2003 Volume 189, Issue 3, pages 162–168, June 2003
 150 Estimating Nitrogenase Activity of Faba Bean (Vicia faba L.) by Acetylene Reduction (AR) Assay Aust. J. Plant Physiol. Herdina and J. H. Silsbury 1990 1990 Vol. 17 No. 5 pp. 489-502
 151 The bioactive potentials of two medicinal plants commonly used as folklore remedies among some tribes in West Africa African Journal of Biotechnology David A. Akinpelu1,2, Olayinka A. Aiyegoro1 and Anthony I. Okoh1* 2009 Vol. 8 (8), pp. 1660-1664
 152 determinationof the heavy metal for the quaity controle in herbal plants by ETAAS an iCPOES Food and Chemical Toxicology 45:1060–1064 Marı´a R. Gomez a,b,d, Soledad Cerutti a,c 7 45:1060–1064
 153 Screening for Putative PGPR to Improve Establishment of the Symbiosis Lactarius deliciosus-Pinus sp. Microbial Ecology J. Barriuso1 , M. T. Pereyra 1, J. A. Lucas García 1, M. Megías 2, F. J. Gutierrez Mañero1 and B. Ramos 1 2005 50(1): 82-9
 154 Effect of the expression of Escherichia coli fhuA gene in Rhizobium sp. IC3123 and ST1 in planta: Its role in increased nodule occupancy and function in pigeon pea Applied Soil Ecology R. Geetha, , Anjana J. Desai and G. Archana. 2009 
 155 Production and Characterization of Siderophores and its Application in Arsenic Removal from Contaminated Soil Water Air Soil Pollution Anupa Nair , Asha A. Juwarkar &Sanjeev K. Singh 2007  vol. 180, no1-4, pp. 199-212
 156 Diverse Bacteria Associated with Root Nodules of Spontaneous Legumes in Tunisia and First Report for nifH -like Gene within the Genera Microbacterium and Starkeya Microbial Ecology Fre´de´ric Zakhia1, Habib Jeder2, Anne Willems3, Monique Gillis3, Bernard Dreyfus1 2006 
 157 60Ma of legume nodulation. What’s new? What’s changing? Journal of Experimental Botany Janet I. Sprent 2008 59 (5): 1081-1084
 158 Application of plant growth-promoting bacteria associated with composts and macrofauna for growth promotion of Pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum L.) Biology and Fertility of Soils B. Hameeda , O. P. Rupela ,Gopal Reddy & K. Satyavani. 2006 43: 221–227
 159 Compatibility of Rhizobial Genotypes within Natural Populations of Rhizobium leguminosarum Biovar viciae for Nodulation of Host Legumes APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY Gise`le Laguerre,* Philippe Louvrier, Marie-Reine Allard, and Noe¨lle Amarger 2003 vol. 69 no. 4 2276-2283
 160 Competitiveness of a native Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar trifolii strain for nodule occupancy is manifested during infection Plant and Soil Samuel Duodu, Caroline Brophy, John Connolly & Mette M. Svenning 2009 318:117–126
 161 Stress tolerance, genetic analysis and symbiotic properties of root-nodulating bacteria isolated from Mediterranean leguminous shrubs in Central Spain Archives of Microbiology Beatriz Ruiz-Díez · Susana Fajardo · Miguel Angel Puertas-Mejía ·María del Rosario de Felipe · Mercedes Fernández-Pascual 2009 191(1):35-46.
 162 Characterization of a thermostable alkaline protease produced by marine Streptomyces fungicidicus MML1614 Bioprocess Biosyst Eng Subramani Ramesh, Mahalingam Rajesh, Narayanasamy Mathivanan 2009 32(6):791-800
 163 MAKING THE PAPER NATURE Jared Leadbetter 2007 
 164 Chemical composition and antimicrobial activity of the essential oil of Amomum tsao-ko Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture Yang Yang, Run-Wei Yan, Xiao-Qiang Cai, Zhong-Liang Zheng and Guo-Lin Zou∗ 2008 Volume 88, Issue 12, pages 2111–2116, September 2008
 165 Composition and antimicrobial activity of essential oil from the fruits of Amomum cannicarpum Acta Pharmaceutica BABY SABULAL1,MATHEW DAN2,NEDIYAMPARAMBU SUKUMARAN PRADEEP3, RENJU KRISHNA VALSAMMA3,VARUGHESE GEORGE1* 2006 56(4):473-80
 166 HPTLC Methods for Identification of Green Tea and Green Tea Extract Journal of Liquid Chromatography & Related Technologies Ruth Jorns and Evelyn Wolfram,Eike Reich, Anne Schibli, and Valeria Widmer 2006 Volume 29, Issue 14
 167 Analysis of Tea Shoot Catechins: Spectrophotometric Quantitation and Selective Visualization on Two-Dimensional Paper Chromatograms Using Diazotized Sulfanilamide J. Agric. Food Chem. Harsh P. Singh,S. D. Ravindranath, and C. Singh 1999 47 (3), pp 1041–1045
 168 Antioxidant Properties of Catechins and Green Tea Extracts in Model Food Emulsions J. Agric. Food Chem. Andrea Roedig-Penman and Michael H. Gordon 1997 45 (11), pp 4267–4270
 169 Antioxidant Properties of Catechins and Green Tea Extracts in Model Food Emulsions J. Agric. Food Chem. Andrea Roedig-Penman and Michael H. Gordon 1997 45 (11), pp 4267–4270
 170 Enzymatic hydrolysis of corncob and ethanol production from cellulosic hydrolysate  International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation Ming Chen, Liming Xia, Peijian Xue 2007 59 (2007) 85–89
 171 Petrobactin is the primary siderophore synthesized by Bacillus anthracis str. Sterne under conditions of iron starvation BioMetals Andrew T. Koppisch, Cindy C. Browder, Amanda L. Moe, Jacob T. Shelley, Blaine A. Kinkel, Larry E. Hersman, Srinivas Iyer & Christy E. Ruggiero 2005 18(6):577-85
 172 A lead-absorbing protein with superoxide dismutase activity from Streptomyces subrutilus FEMS Microbiology Letters Nam-woo So , Jae-young Rho , Sang-yun Lee , Ian C. Hancock , Jae-heon Kim 2001 Volume 194, Issue 1, pages 93–98, January 2001
 173 Characterization of ‘Schizokinen’; a dihydroxamate-type siderophore produced by Rhizobium leguminosarum IARI 917 BioMetals E. P. Storey, R. Boghozian, James L. Little, Douglas W. Lowman, R. Chakraborty 2006 Volume 19, Number 6, 637-649
 174 The distribution of antibiotic resistance patterns within streptomycetes and their use in secondary metabolite screening Journal of Industrial Microbiology, Lesley Phillips 1., Elizabeth M. H. Wellington 1 and Sarah B. Rees 1994 Volume 13, Number 1, 53-62
 175 Screening of Brazilian Basidiomycetes for Antimicrobial Activity Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, Vol. , Luiz Henrique Rosa*, Kátia M Gomes Machado**, Camila Cristina Jacob, 2003 98(7):967-74
 176 FREE RADICAL SCAVENGING ACTIVITY OF THE FLAVONOIDS ISOLATED FROM TECOMA RADICANS  Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences Hashem F.A 2007 v. 13, no. 2
 177 Enhancement of Nitrogen-fixing Activity of Enterobacteriaceae Strains Isolated from Sago Palm (Metroxylon sagu) by Microbial Interaction with Non-nitrogen Fixers  Microbes Environ. ARCHANA SHRESTHA, KOKI TOYOTA, MASANORI OKAZAKI, YUKO SUGA, MARCELO A, QUEVEDO, ALAN B, LORETO, ALGERICOA and MARISCAL. 2007 Vol. 22 (2007) , No. 1 pp.59-70
 178 Effect of extraction temperature on cream and extractability of black tea [Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze] International Journal of Food Science and Technology Yuerong Liang* & Yuerong Xu 2003 Volume 38, Issue 1, pages 37–45, January 2003
 179 Iridoid and Phenolic Glycosides from Wulfenia carinthiaca Z. Naturforsch. Ulrike W. Arnolda, Christian Zidorna, Ernst P. Ellmererb and Hermann Stuppnera,* 2002 57(11-12):969-75
 180 Phenolic glycosides from Barnettia kerrii JOURNAL OF PHYTOCHEMISTRY Tripetch Kanchanapoom(a,b) , Ryoji Kasaia, Kazuo Yamasaki(a),* 2001 Volume 59, Issue 5, March 2002, Pages 565–570
 181 Lignan, phenolic and iridoid glycosides from Stereospermum cylindricum  Phytochemistry Tripetch Kanchanapooma, , Pawadee Noiarsaa, Hideaki Otsukab and Somsak Ruchirawatc 2005 Volume 67, Issue 5, March 2006, Pages 516–520
 182 Evaluation of hepatoprotective activity of aerial parts of Tephrosia purpurea L. and stem bark of Tecomella undulata Journal of Ethnopharmacology Amit Khatri(a), Arun Garg(b), Shyam S. Agrawal (c) 2009 25;122(1):1-5
 183 Anti-inflammatory and anti-nociceptive effects of Zeyheria montana (Bignoniaceae) ethanol extract Rio de Janeiro LC Guenka, RC Gomes, VL Melo, CRR Kitanishi, PS Pereira, SC França, LB Couto, RO Beleboni/+ 2008 Vol. 103(8): 768-772
 184 Aroma dilution method using GC injector split ratio for volatile compounds extracted by headspace solid phase microextraction Food Chemistry Tae Hwan Kima, Sang Mi Leeb, Young-Suk Kimb, 2003 8(1): 151-158
 185 A new approach to study medicinal plants with tannins and flavonoids contents from the local knowledge Journal of Ethnopharmacology Thiago Antônio de Sousa Araújoa, Nelson Leal Alencara, Elba Lúcia Cavalcanti de Amorimb, 2008 120(1):72-80.
 186 Stereochenols A and B, two quinones from Stereospermum chelonoides  Phytochemistry Mohammad R. Haquea, Khondaker M. Rahmana, Magdy N. Iskanderb, Choudhury M. Hasana and Mohammad A. Rashid 2006 Volume 67, Issue 24, December 2006, Pages 2663–2665
 187 Two monoterpene alkaloidal derivatives from Incarvillea sinensis  Phytochemistry Motoyuki Nakamuraa, Yu-ming Chia, Junei Kinjoa, Wen-mei Yanb and Toshihiro Nohara 1999 Volume 51, Issue 4, June 1999, Pages 595–597
 188 Influence of region of production on clonal black tea chemical characteristics Food Chemistry P. Okinda Owuor a,*, Martin Obanda b, Hastings E. Nyirenda c, Wilson L. Mandala 2008 Volume 108, Issue 1, 1 May 2008, Pages 263–271
 189 Phytochemical Analysis of Toxic Plant Chromolaena odorata (Eupatorium odoratum)  Journal of the Indian Society of Toxicology Prasad S1, Research Scholar, Narayana K1, Professor & Head, Jayakumar K1,*, Associate Professor, Srikanth KG2, Research Scholar 2005 Volume : 1, Issue : 1
 190 A novel method for production of Theanine by immobilised Pseudomonas nitroredcens cells Biosci., Biotech ., Biochem. Waruzhan h. Abelian , Tsutomu Okubo,mark M, Koji Mutoh , 1993 57(3): 481-483
 191 Application of the Porapak Q Column Extraction Method for Tomato Flavor Volatile Analysis J. Agric. Food Chem., Chamorn Maneerat, Yasuyoshi Hayata, Hiroshi Kozuka, Koji Sakamoto, and Yutaka Osajima 2002 50 (12), pp 3401–3404
 192 leaching of residue of certain pesticides from black tea to brew Food chemistry Natrajan Manikandan, subbiah Seenivashan 2009 Vol. 113 No. 2 pp. 522-525
 193 Chemical and Nutritional Constituents of Sea Buckthorn Juice Pakistan Journal of Nutrition Alam Zeb 2004 3 (2): 99-106
 194 Tocopherols and Tocotrienols in Sea Buckthorn(Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Berries during Ripening J. Agric. Food Chem STAFFAN C. ANDERSSON,*,† KIMMO RUMPUNEN,‡ EVA JOHANSSON,§ AND MARIE E. OLSSON 2008 56(15):6701-6
 195 In vitro propagation and iridoid analysis of the medicinal species Harpagophytum procumbens and H. zeyheri Plant Cell Rep G. Levieille · G. Wilson 2002 Volume 21, Number 3, 220-225
 196 insecticidal activites of leaf essential oils from Cinnamomum osmopholeum against three mosquito species Bioresource technology Sen-Sung Cheng,chin-gi huang ,Yen-Ray Hsui,Wei-June Chen, Shang -Tzen Chang 2009 100(1):457-64
 197 Chemical composition, oviposition deterrent and larvicidal activities against Aedes aegypti of essential oils from Piper marginatum Jacq. (Piperaceae) Bioresource Technology E.S. Autran a, I.A. Neves b, C.S.B. da Silva a, G.K.N. Santos a, C.A.G. da Câmara b, D.M.A.F. Navarro a,* 2009 100(7) :2284-8
 198 Determination of glyphosate and its metabolite aminomethylphosphonic acid in fruit juices using supported-liquid membrane preconcentration method with high-performance liquid chromatography and UV detection after derivatization with p-toluenesulphonyl chloride Journal of Chrmatography Maxim V. Khrolenko, P.Piotr 2005 1093(1-2):111-7
 199 Simple method for the determinationof the Glyphosate residue by Capillary gas Chromatography with N and P Journal of analytical chemistry J.Y HU, C.L. Chen 2008 Volume 63, Number 4, 371-375
 200 Phylogenetic analysis of the genus Aquaspirillum based on 16S rRNA gene sequences FEMS Microbiology Letters Linxian Ding, Akira Yokota 2002 212: 165-169
 201 Gibberellin production and phosphate solubilization by newly isolated strain of Acinetobacter calcoaceticus and its effect on plant growth Biotechnology Letters Kang, S.M., Joo, G.J., Hamayun, M., Na, C.I., Shin, D.H., Kim, H.Y., Hong, J.K., Lee, I.J. 2009 Volume 31, Number 2, 277-281
 202 Interactions between arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and other microbial inoculants (Azospirillum, Pseudomonas, Trichoderma)and their effects on microbial population and enzyme activities in the rhizosphere of maize plants Applied Soil Ecology M. Mar Vázquez, Sonia César, Rosario Azcón, José M. Barea 2000 15: 261–272
 203 Phosphate-solubilizing rhizobacteria enhance the growth and yield but not phosphorus uptake of canola (Brassica napus L.) Biol Fertil Soils J. R. de Freitas , M.R. Banerjee , J.J. Germida 1997 Volume 24, Number 4, 358-364
 204 Evaluation of fluorescent pseudomonads for plant growth promotion,antifungal activity against Rhizoctonia solani on common bean,and biocontrol potential Biological Control Masoud Ahmadzadeh , Abbas Sharifi Tehrani 2009 Volume: 48, Issue: 2, Pages: 101-107
 205 Isolation and Characterization of Nonrhizobial Plant Growth Promoting Bacteria from Nodules of Kudzu (Pueraria thunbergiana) and Their Effect on Wheat Seedling Growth Curr ent Microbiology G. Selvakumar, S. Kundu, Anand D. Gupta , Yogesh S. Shouche, Hari S. Gupta 2008 Volume 56, Number 2, 134-139
 206 Taxonomic and functional diversity of pseudomonads isolated from the roots of ¢eld-grown canola FEMS Microbiology Ecology Amy L. Misko, James J. Germida 2002 42: 399-407
 207 Cold tolerance and plant growth promotion potential of Serratia marcescens strain SRM (MTCC 8708) isolated from flowers of summer squash (Cucurbita pepo) Letters in Applied Microbiology G. Selvakumar, M. Mohan, S. Kundu, A.D. Gupta, P. Joshi, S. Nazim and H.S. Gupta 2008 46(2):171-5
 208 Effects of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) on yield,growth and nutrient contents in organically growing raspberry Scientia horticulturae Emine Orhan, Ahmet Esitken, Sezai Ercisli, Metin Turan , Fikrettin Sahin 2006 111: 38–43
 209 Effects of phosphate-solubilizing microorganisms on strawberry yield and nutrient concentrations Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science Adem Gnes¸ , Nizamettin Ataog lu1 Metin Turan, Ahmet Esitken, and Quirine M. Ketterings 2009 172(3): 385–392
 210 Isolation and characterization of phosphate solubilizing rhizobacteria to improve plant health of tomato Plant Soil P. Hariprasad & S. R. Niranjana 2009 Volume 316, Numbers 1-2, 13-24
 211 Behavioural responses of diamondback moth Plutella xylostella (Lepidoptera Plutellidae) to extracts derived from Melia azedarach and Azadirachta indica Bulletin of Entomological Research D.S. Charleston1*, R. Kfir1, L.E.M. Vet2 and M. Dicke2 2005 95(5) p. 457 - 465.
 212 Impact of botanical extracts derived from Melia azedarachta and Azadirachta indica on populations of Plutella xylostella and its natural enemies: A Weld test of laboratory Windings Biological control Deidre S. Charleston a,¤, Rami KWr a, Marcel Dicke b, Louise E.M. Vet b 2006 39, 105-114
 213 high frequency callus induction and plantlets regenration from different explants of picrorhiza kurroa a medicinal herb of himalayas african journal of biotechnology H.Sood and R.S. Chauhan 2009 8 (9), pp. 1965-1972,
 214 Comparative acaricide susceptibility and detoxifying enzyme activities in field-collected resistant and susceptible strains of Tetranychus urticae Pest Management Science Thomas Van Leeuwen,∗ Steven Van Pottelberge and Luc Tirry 2005 61(5):499-507
 215 Optimization for the determination of the Carbofuran and Carboxin in Cabbage by HPLC Uv Chiang Mai J. Science Khin L. Zan, S. Chantara 2007 34(2) : 227-234
 216 Bioremediation of an industrial effluent containing Monocrotophos Current microbiology Bharti. J. Bhadbade, Seema sirnaik 2002 Volume 45, Number 5, 346-349
 217 Pesticidal activities in five medicinal plants collected from mid hills of western Himalayas Industrial Crops and Products Dhananjay Kumar Tewary, Anu Bhardwaj, Adarsh Shanker ∗ 2005 Volume 22, Issue 3, Pages 241–247
 218 Characterization of 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylate (ACC) deaminase containing Methylobacterium oryzae and interactions with auxins and ACC regulation of ethylene in canola (Brassica campestris) Planta Munusamy Madhaiyan, Selvaraj Poonguzhali,Tongmin Sa 2007 226(4): 867-76
 219 Efficacy of Melia azedarach L. extract on the malarial vector Anopheles stephensi Liston (Diptera: Culicidae). Bioresource Technology Nathan SS, Savitha G, George DK, Narmadha A, Suganya L, Chung PG. 2006 97(11):1316-23
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 387 Inhibitory Effects of Oolong Tea Polyphenols on Pancreatic Lipase in Vitro J. Agric. Food Chem. MASAAKI NAKAI,* YUKO FUKUI, SUMIO ASAMI, YOSHIKO TOYODA-ONO, TAKASHI IWASHITA,† HIROSHI SHIBATA, TOHRU MITSUNAGA 2005 53(11):4593-8.
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 409 Analysis of catechins from milk–tea beverages by enzyme assisted extraction followed by high performance liquid chromatography Food Chemistry Mario G. Ferruzzi *, Rodney J. Green 2006 Volume: 99 Issue: 3 Date: 2006 Pages: 484-491
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 412 Contemporary trends in development of active substances possessing the pesticidal properties: ryanodine-receptor targeting insecticides Pesticides, Jan LEGOCKI*, Iwona POŁEĆ and Krzysztof ŻELECHOWSKI 2008 (3-4), 15-26.
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 415 Bio-efficacy of flyash-based herbal pesticides against pests of rice and vegetables  CURRENT SCIENCE S. Arputha Sankari and P. Narayanasamy* 2007 vol. 92, no6, pp. 811-816
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 425 Effects of Tea Catechins, Epigallocatechin, Gallocatechin, and Gallocatechin Gallate, on Bone Metabolism J. Agric. Food Chem. CHUN HAY KO, KIT MAN LAU, WING YEE CHOY, AND PING CHUNG LEUNG 2009  57 (16), pp 7293–7297
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 431 ENZYMATIC SYNTHESIS OF THEAFLAVINS AND EPITHEAFLAVIC ACID FROM TEA CATECHINS AND THEIR ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY Journal of Food Lipids JIN-WOO JHOO, SHENGMM SANG, GUOR-JIEN WEI, TUNG CHNG LEE, 2004 Volume 11, Issue 2, pages 89–103, June 2004
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 443 Influence of fermentation time on the development of compounds responsible for quality in black tea Food Chemistry Thomas Muthumani, R.S. Senthil Kumar 2007 Volume 101, Issue 1, 2007, Pages 98–102
 444 Analysis of chemical composition of Chrysanthemum indicum flowers by GC/MS and HPLC Journal of Medicinal Plants Research Liang-Yu Wu, Hong-Zhou Gao, Xun-Lei Wang, Jian-Hui Ye, Jian-Liang Lu and Yue-Rong Liang 2010 Vol. 4(5), pp. 421-426
 445 Relationship between antioxidant capacity and total phenolic content of red, rose´ and white wines Food Chemistry Neuza Paixa˜o, Rosa Perestrelo, Jose´ C. Marques, Jose´ S. Caˆmara * 2007 Volume 105, Issue 1, 2007, Pages 204–214
 446 SCREENING THE ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF ACTINOMYCETES STRAINS ISOLATED FROM ANTARCTICA JOURNAL OF CULTURE COLLECTIONS Denitsa Nedialkova* and Mariana Naidenova 2005 Volume 4, 2004-2005, pp. 29-35
 447 The Earth’s bounty: assessing and accessing soil microbial diversity TIBTECH Michelle R. Rondon, Robert M. Goodman and Jo Handelsman 1999 Volume 17, Issue 10, 403-409
 448 Cold-adapted microorganisms as a source of new antimicrobials Extremophiles Leandro A. Sa´nchez ,Fiorella F. Go´mez and Osvaldo D. Delgado* 2009 13(1):111-20
 449 POLYSACCHARIDES FROM MULBERRY LEAF IN RELATION TO THEIR ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY AND ANTIBACTERIAL ABILITY Journal of Food Process Engineering FANG WANG (1,2), JIANRONG LI (1,4) and YUEMING JIANG (1,3) 2010 Volume 33, Issue 1, pages 39–50, February 2010
 450 Next-generation protein-rich potato expressing the seed protein gene AmA1 is a result of proteome rebalancing in transgenic tuber  PNAS Subhra Chakrabortya,1,2, Niranjan Chakrabortya,1, Lalit Agrawal, Sudip Ghosh, Kanika Narula, Shubhendu Shekhar, Prakash S. Naik, P. C. Pande, Swarup Kumar Chakrborti, and Asis Datta 2010 vol. 107 no. 41 17533-17538
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 456 Neocitreamicins I and II, Novel Antibiotics with Activity Against Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus and Vancomycin- Resistant Enterococci J Antibiot Aaron J. Peoples, Qibo Zhang, William P. Millett, Mithra T. Rothfeder, Brian C. Pescatore, 2008 61(7): 457–463.
 457 Determination and Comparative Analysis of Major Iridoids in Different Parts and Cultivation Sources of Morinda citrifolia Phytochemical analysis Shixin Deng,* Brett J. West, ’Afa K. Palu and C. Jarakae Jensen 2010 Volume 22, Issue 1, pages 26–30,
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 459 Toxicity of Actinidia chinensis extracts to Plutella xylostella. Allelopathy Journal JUNSHAN QI1, KAOSHAN CHEN*, CHANGSONG LI1 and MEI LI1 2008 Volume : 21, Issue : 2 First page : ( 419) Last page : ( 424)
 460 Individual and Synergistic Effects of Leaf Powder of Few Medicinal Plants against American Bollworm, Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner) (Noctuidae: Lepidoptera) Asian J. Exp. Sci., S. Malarvannan*, S. Senthil Kumar, V.R. Prabavathy and Sudha Nair 2008 VOL. 22 NO. 1: 79-88
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 465 Dynamic Liquid-Liquid-Liquid Microextraction with Automated Movement of the Acceptor Phase  Anal. Chem. Xianmin Jiang, Sze Yin Oh, and Hian Kee Lee* 2005 77 (6), pp 1689–1695
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 470 Combining Drop-to-Drop Solvent Microextraction with Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry Using Electronic Ionization and Self-Ion/Molecule Reaction Method To Determine Methoxyacetophenone Isomers in One Drop of Water  Anal. Chem. , Hui-Fen Wu,*,†,‡ Jyh-Hao Yen,† and Chen-Che Chin† 2006 78 (5), pp 1707–1712
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 472 Simultaneous determination of theanine, gallic acid, purine alkaloids, catechins, and theaflavins in black tea using HPLC International Journal of Food Science and Technology Yuanyuan Wang,1 Xiaorong Yang,1 Kaikai Li,1 Chengren Li,1 Linlin Li,1 Jiaxian Li,2 Hualin Huang,2 Yumei He,2 2010 Volume 45, Issue 6, pages 1263–1269,
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 475 Identification and Colonization of Endophytic Fungi from Soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merril) under Different Environmental Conditions BRAZILIAN ARCHIVES OF BIOLOGY AND TECHNOLOGY Ida Chapaval Pimentel, Chirlei Glienke-Blanco, Juarez Gabardo, Rodrigo Makowiecky 2006 vol.49 no.5
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 485 Endophytic bacteria in sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.): isolation, characterization, and production of jasmonates and abscisic acid in culture medium Appl Microbiol Biotechnol G. Forchetti & O. Masciarelli & S. Alemano & D. Alvarez 2007 76(5):1145-52.
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 490 Study on the communities of endophytic fungi and endophytic actinomycetes from rice and their antipathogenic activities in vitro World Journal of Microbiology & Biotechnology X.L. Tian1, L.X. Cao1, H.M. Tan, Q.G. Zeng, Y.Y. Jia1, W.Q. Han and S.N. Zhou 2004 
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 496 Iridoid glucoside and antifungal phenolic compounds from Spathodea campanulata roots Semina: Ciências Agrárias, Londrina Adriana Pianaro1; Jurandir Pereira Pinto1; Dalva Trevisan Ferreira1*;Noemia Kazue Ishikawa2; Raimundo Braz-Filho3 2007 v. 28, n. 2, p. 251-256
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 513 Pesticide residue in medicinal plants and phytomedicines Phytoremediation Research Vania G. Zuin, Janete , H. Y. vilegas 2000 Volume 14, Issue 2, pages 73–88, March 2000
 514 HPLC analyses of flavanols and phenolic acids in the fresh young shoots of tea (Camellia sinensis) grown in Australia. Food Chemistry Lihu Yaoa,b, Yueming Jianga,*, Nivedita Dattab, Riantong Singanusongc, Xu Liud, Jun Duana, Katherine Raymonte, Alan Lislee, Ying Xuf 2004 Volume 84, Issue 2, February 2004, Pages 253–263
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 516 factor determining the Cu concentration in tea leaves produced at Yuao County china. Food and chaemical toxicology Chong Wei Jin, Shao Ting Du, Kai Zhang 2008 Volume 46, Issue 6, June 2008, Pages 2054–2061
 517 determination of the Al an dZn in Iranian consumed tea Environ. Monit. assess M. Ahmadi Moghaddam, A. H. Mahvi 2008 144(1-3):23-30
 518 A Simple and Sensitive Method for Determining Reducing Sugars in Plant Tissues. Application to Quantify the Sugar Content in Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) Seedlings PHYTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS, F. E. Prado,1,2* J. A. Gonza´lez,2 C. Boero2 and A. R. Sampietro3 1998 Volume 9, Issue 2, pages 58–62
 519 element composition of tea leaves and tea infusion and its impact on health Bull environ contam toxicology Fwu-Ming Shen, Hong- Wen Chen 2008 80(3):300-4
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 522 Flavonoids in Onion Cultivars (Allium cepa L.) JOURNAL OF FOOD SCIENCE B. RODR´IGUEZ GALD´ON, E.M. RODR´IGUEZ RODR´IGUEZ, AND C. D´IAZ ROMERO 2008 73(8):C599-605.
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 524 Single and binarry component adsorption of copper II and Cd II from equas solution using industry waste  sepration purification technology S. Cay, A. Ozasik 2004 Volume 38, Issue 3, September 2004, Pages 273–280
 525 Malolactic fermentation in four varieties of sea buckthorn (Hippopha¨e rhamnoides L.) Eur Food Res Technol Katja Tiitinen · Marjatta Vahvaselk¨a · Simo Laakso · Heikki Kallio 2007 Volume 224, Number 6, 725-73
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 532 Simultaneous Distillation Extraction of Some Volatile Flavor Components from Pu-erh Tea Samples—Comparison with Steam Distillation-Liquid/Liquid Extraction and Soxhlet Extraction International Journal of Analytical Chemistry Xungang Gu, Zhengzhu Zhang, XiaochunWa, Jingming Ning 2009 2009:276713
 533 Evaluation of the antioxidant activity of asparagus,broccoli and their juices Food Chemistry Ting Sun , Joseph R. Powers , Juming Tang 2007 Volume 105, Issue 1, 2007, Pages 101–106
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 538 Cold tolerance and plant growth promotion potential of Serratia marcescens strain SRM (MTCC 8708) isolated from flowers of summer squash (Cucurbita pepo) Letters in Applied Microbiology G. Selvakumar, M. Mohan, S. Kundu, A.D. Gupta, P. Joshi, S. Nazim and H.S. Gupta 2008 46(2):171-5
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 545 Antifungal compounds from Bacillus subtilis B-FS06 inhibiting the growth of Aspergillus flavus World J Microbiol Biotechnol Ting Zhang, Zhi-Qi Shi, Liang-Bin Hu, Luo-Gen Cheng, Fei Wang 2008 Volume 24, Number 6, 783-788
 546 2-Ketogluconic Acid Production and Phosphate Solubilization by Enterobacter intermedium CURRENT MICROBIOLOGY Hoon Hwangbo,1 Ro Dong Park,1 Yong Woong Kim,1 Yo Sup Rim,2 Keun Hyung Park,1 Tae Hwan Kim,3 2003 47(2):87-92.
 547 Phosphate uptake and release by Acinetobacter johnsonii in continuous culture and coupling of phosphate release to heavy metal accumulation Journal of Industrial Microbiology & Biotechnology CD Boswell1, RE Dick2, H Eccles3 and LE Macaskie 2001 26(6):333-40.
 548 Characterization of a cold-tolerant plant growth-promoting bacterium Pantoea dispersa 1A isolated from a sub-alpine soil in the North Western Indian Himalayas World J Microbiol Biotechnol G. Selvakumar, S. Kundu, Piyush Joshi, Sehar Nazim, A. D. Gupta,P. K. Mishra, H. S. Gupta 2008 Volume 24, Number 7, 955-960
 549 Screening of free living rhizospheric bacteria for their multiple plant growth promoting activities Microbiological Research Ahmad, F., Ahmad, I. and Khan, M.S. 2008 163(2):173-81
 550 Factors affecting the attachment of rhizospheric bacteria to bean and soybean roots. FEMS Microbiology Letters Albareda, M., Dardanelli, M.S., Sousa, C., Megías, M., Temprano, F. and Rodríguez-Navarro, D.N. 2006 259(1):67-73.
 551 Plant growth-promoting activities of fluorescent pseudomonads, isolated from the Iranian soils. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum Abbas-Zadeh, P., Saleh-Rastin, N., Asadi-Rahmani, H., Khavazi, K., Soltani, A., Shoary-Nejati, A.R. and Miransari, M. 2010 Volume: 32, Issue: 2, Publisher: Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, Pages: 281-288
 552 Indole acetic acid production by the indigenous isolates of Azotobacter and fluorescent Pseudomonas in the presence and absence of tryptophan. Turkish Journal of Biology Ahmad, F., Ahmad, I. and Khan, M.S. 2005 29 (2005) 29-34
 553 SEPARATION OF INDIVIDUAL CATECHINS FROM GREEN TEA USING SILICA GEL COLUMN CHROMATOGRAPHY Journal of Food Lipids R. AMAROWICZ, F. SHAHIDI 2 . and WIESLAW WICZKOWSKI 2003 Volume 10, Issue 2, pages 165–177, June 2003
 554 PhyA, a Secreted Protein of Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae, Is Required for Optimum Virulence and Growth on Phytic Acid as a Sole Phosphate Source MPMI Subhadeep Chatterjee, Rajan Sankaranarayanan, and Ramesh V. Sonti 2003 16(11):973-82.
 555 Interactions in the Tomato Rhizosphere of Two Pseudomonas Biocontrol Strains with the Phytopathogenic Fungus Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. radicis-lycopersici MPMI Annouschka Bolwerk, Anastasia L. Lagopodi, André H. M. Wijfjes, Gerda E. M. Lamers, Thomas F. C. 2003 16(11):983-93
 556 An ellagic compound and iridoids from Cornus capitata root cultures Phytochemistry Norie Tanakaa,*, Takashi Tanakab, Toshihiro Fujiokac, Hiroko Fujiic, 2001 57(8):1287-91
 557 Auxin-producing Bacillus sp.: Auxin quantification and effect on the growth of Solanum tuberosum Pure and Applied Chemistry Ahmed, A. and Hasnain, S 2010 Vol. 82, No. 1, pp. 313–319
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 560 Production of 2-Ketogluconic Acid by Serratia marcescens APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY T. J. MISENHEIMER, R. F. ANDERSON,2 A. A. LAGODA, AND D. D. TYLER 1965 13(3): 393–396.
 561 Phosphate-solubilizing microorganisms associated with the rhizosphere of mangroves in a semiarid coastal lagoon Biol Fertil Soils P. Vazquez, G. Holguin, M.E. Puente, A. Lopez-Cortes, Y. Bashan 2000 30 :460–468
 562 Chemotactic response of plant-growth-promoting bacteria towards roots of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal tomato plants FEMS Microbiology Ecology Sushma Gupta Sood 2003 45(3):219-27.
 563 Isolation and characterization of soybean-associated bacteria and their potential for plant growth promotion Environmental Microbiology Júlia Kuklinsky-Sobral, Welington Luiz Araújo, Isaias Olívio Geraldi,Aline Aparecida Pizzirani-Kleiner, João Lúcio Azevedo 2004 6(12):1244-51.
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 566 A Novel Antibacterial Iridoid and Triterpene from Caiophora coronata journal of natural products Smriti Khera,† Girma M. Woldemichael, Maya P. Singh, Enrique Suarez, and Barbara N. Timmermann*, 2003 66(12):1628-31.
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 568 Novel strains of nodulating Burkholderia have a role in nitrogen fixation with papilionoid herbaceous legumes adapted to acid, infertile soils Soil Biology & Biochemistry Giovanni Garau a, Ron J. Yates b,c, Pietrino Deiana a, John G. Howieson b,c,* 2009  Vol. 41 (1), p. 125-134
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 571 Characterization of rhizobia from Sesbania species native to seasonally wetland areas in Uruguay Biol Fertil Soils Andrea Rodríguez Blanco & Fabiana Csukasi & Cecilia Abreu & Margarita Sicardi 2008 Volume: 44, Issue: 7, Pages: 925-932
 572 Combined application of the biological product LS213 with Bacillus, Pseudomonas or Chryseobacterium for growth promotion and biological control of soil-borne diseases in pepper and tomato BioControl J. DOMENECH1,*, M. S. REDDY2, J. W. KLOEPPER2, B. RAMOS1 2006 Volume 51, Number 2, 245-258
 573 Study of the antifungal activity of Bacillus vallismortis ZZ185 in vitro and identification of its antifungal components Bioresource Technology Zhenzhen Zhao a, Qiushuo Wanga, Kaimei Wang b, Kemp Brian c, Changhong Liu a,*, Yucheng Gu c,* 2010 101 Issue: 1 Date: 2010-01-01 Pages: 292-297 Number of Pages: 6
 574 Bacterial Volatiles Induce Systemic Resistance in Arabidopsis Plant Physiology, Choong-Min Ryu2,3, Mohamed A. Farag2,3, Chia-Hui Hu, Munagala S. Reddy, Joseph W. Kloepper, and Paul W. Pare´* 2004 134(3):1017-26
 575 Optimization of growth media for obtaining high-cell density cultures of halophilic archaea (family Halobacteriaceae) by response surface methodology Bioresource Technology Muthu Manikandan a, Lejla Pašic´ b,*, Vijayaraghavan Kannan a 2009 Volume: 100, Issue: 12, Pages: 3107-12
 576 A Two-Strain Mixture of Rhizobacteria Elicits Induction of Systemic Resistance Against Pseudomonas syringae and Cucumber Mosaic Virus Coupled to Promotion of Plant Growth on Arabidopsis thaliana J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. RYU, CHOONG-MIN1, JOHN F. MURPHY, M. S. REDDY, AND JOSEPH W. KLOEPPER* 2007 17(2):280-6
 577 Genetic and Functional Diversity among Fluorescent Pseudomonads Isolated from the Rhizosphere of Banana Microb Ecol Popavath Ravindra Naik & Nirakar Sahoo & Devrishi Goswami & Niraikulam Ayyadurai & Natarajan Sakthivel 2008 56(3):492-504
 578 An Indigenous Drought-Tolerant Strain of Glomus intraradices Associated with a Native Bacterium Improves Water Transport and Root Development in Retama sphaerocarpa Microbial Ecology A. Marulanda, J. M. Barea and R. Azcon 2006 52(4):670-8
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 580 Production, purification and chemical characterization of the catecholate siderophore from potent probiotic strains of Bacillus spp. Bioresource Technology Anil K. Patel, Maroti K. Deshattiwar, Bhushan L. Chaudhari, Sudhir B. Chincholkar * 2009 100(1):368-73
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 582 The effect of glycerol as a sole and secondary substrate on the growth and fatty acid composition of Rhodotorula glutinis Bioresource Technology Emily R. Easterling, W. Todd French *, Rafael Hernandez, Margarita Licha 2009 100(1):356-61
 583 Diversity of Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria Inhabiting the Rhizosphere of Phragmites australis in Lake Velencei (Hungary) Revealed by a Combined Cultivation-based and Molecular approach Microb Ecol Péter Vladár & Anna Rusznyák & Károly Márialigeti & Andrea K. Borsodi 2008 56(1):64-75
 584 Interaction of Pseudomonas putida CZ1 with clays and ability of the composite to immobilize copper and zinc from solution Bioresource Technology XinCai Chen, ShaoPing Hu, ChaoFeng Shen, ChangMing Dou, JiYan Shi *, YingXu Chen 2009  100 (2009) 330–33
 585 Medium optimization for the production of avermectin B1a by Streptomyces avermitilis 14-12A using response surface methodology Bioresource Technology Hong Gao a,1, Mei Liu a,1, Jintao Liu a,1, Huanqin Dai a,1, Xianlong Zhou a, Xiangyang Liu a, Ying Zhuo a, 2009  100 (2009) 4012–401
 586 Study of Phosphate Solubilization Efficiencies of Fungi and Bacteria Isolated From Saline belt of Purna river basin Research Journal of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, P.N. Rajankar 1 2, D.H. Tambekar and 3 S.R. Wate 2007 3 (6 ): 7 0 1 -7 0 3
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 588 Enumeration, isolation and identification of diazotrophs from Korean wetland rice varieties grown with long-term application of N and compost and their short-term inoculation effect on rice plants Journal of Applied Microbiology R. Muthukumarasamy1, U.G. Kang2, K.D. Park2, W.-T. Jeon3, C.Y. Park2, Y.S. Cho3, S.-W. Kwon4, 2007 102(4):981-91
 589 Growth, yield, and nutrient status of pecans fertilized with biosolids and inoculated with rizosphere fungi Bioresource Technology S.H. Tarango Rivero a,b, V.G. Neva´rez Moorillo´n c, E. Orrantia Borunda a,* 2009 100(6):1992-8
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 592 Identi¢cation and substrate speci¢city of a ferrichrome-type siderophore transporter (Arn1p) in Saccharomyces cerevisiae FEMS Microbiology Letters Petra Heymann a, Joachim F. Ernst b, Gu«nther Winkelmann a;* 2000 186 (2000) 221-227
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 595 Inoculation Effects of Pseudomonas putida, Gluconacetobacter azotocaptans, and Azospirillum lipoferum on Corn Plant Growth Under Greenhouse Conditions Microbial Ecology Samina Mehnaz and George Lazarovits 2006 51(3):326-35
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 597 Suppression of bacterial wilt in Eucalyptus urophylla by fluorescent Pseudomonas spp. in China Biological Control L.X. Rana,b,1, C.Y. Liub, G.J. Wub, L.C. van Loona, P.A.H.M. Bakkera,* 2005 Volume: 32, Issue: 1, Pages: 111-120
 598 Influence of PGPR and PSB on Rhizobium leguminosarum Bv. viciae Strain Competition and Symbiotic Performance in Lentil World Journal of Agricultural Sciences Ravindar Kumar and R. Chandra 2008  4 (3): 297-30
 599 Enhanced Survival and Nodule Occupancy of Pigeon pea Nodulating Rhizobium sp. ST1 expressing fegA Gene of Bradyrhizobium japonicum 61A152 OnLine Journal of Biological Sciences , 2Falguni R. Joshi, 2Dhwani K. Desai, 1G. Archana and 1Anjana J. Desai 2009 Volume 9, Issue 2
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 612 Isolation and Identification of Phosphate Solubilizing Bacteria from Chinese Cabbage and Their Effect on Growth and Phosphorus Utilization of Plants J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. Poonguzhali, Selvaraj, Munusamy Madhaiyan, and Tongmin Sa* 2008 18(4):773-7
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 614 Isolation and Identification of Phosphate Solubilizing Bacteria from Chinese Cabbage and Their Effect on Growth and Phosphorus Utilization of Plants J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. Poonguzhali, Selvaraj, Munusamy Madhaiyan, and Tongmin Sa* 2008 18(4):773-7
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 616 Paenibacillus curdlanolyticus Strain B-6 Xylanolytic-Cellulolytic Enzyme System That Degrades Insoluble Polysaccharides Applied and Environmental Microbiology Patthra Pason, Khin Lay Kyu, and Khanok Ratanakhanokchai 2006 vol. 72 no. 4 2483-2490
 617 Taxonomic diversity of bacteria associated with the roots of ¢eld-grown transgenic Brassica napus cv. Quest, compared to the non-transgenic B. napus cv. Excel and B. rapa cv. Parkland FEMS Microbiology Ecology S.D. Siciliano, J.J. Germida 1999 29 (1999) 263-272
 618 Response of Faba Bean (Vicia faba L.) to Dual Inoculation with Rhizobium and VA Mycorrhiza under Different Levels of N and P Fertilization Journal of Applied Sciences Research 1 Neveen B. Talaat and 2Amany M. Abdallah 2008 
 619 Polyphasic study of wine Lactobacillus strains taxonomic implications International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology A. M. Rodas, S. Ferrer and I. Pardo 2005 55(Pt 1):197-207.
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 621 Diversity and Activity of Cellulose-Decomposing Bacteria, Isolated from a Sandy and a Loamy Soil after Long-Term Manure Application Microbial Ecology Andreas Ulrich, Gabriele Klimke and Stephan Wirth 2008 55(3):512-22
 622 Cellulose-Degrading Potentials and Phylogenetic Classification of Carboxymethyl-cellulose Decomposing Bacteria Isolated from Soil System. Appl. Microbiol. Stephan Wirth and Andreas Ulrich 2002 Volume 25, Issue 4, 2002, Pages 584–591
 623 Contrasts in Cellulolytic Activities of Gut Microorganisms between the Wood Borer, Saperda vestita (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae), and the Bark Beetles, Ips pini and Dendroctonus frontalis (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) Environ. Entomol. Italo Delalibera, JR., Jo Handelsman, and Kenneth F. Raffa 2005 34(3): 541-547
 624 Diversity and distribution of alkaliphilic psychrotolerant bacteria in the Qinghai–Tibet Plateau permafrost region Extremophiles Gaosen Zhang, Xiaojun Ma, Fujun Niu, Maoxing Dong, Huyuan Feng, Lizhe An, Guodong Cheng 2007 11(3):415-24
 625 Tripartite interactions among Paenibacillus lentimorbus NRRL B-30488, Piriformospora indica DSM 11827, and Cicer arietinum L. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology Chandra Shekhar Nautiyal • Puneet Singh Chauhan •Sangeeta Mehta DasGupta • Karishma Seem •Ajit Varma • William J. Staddon 2010 Volume: 26, Issue: 8, Pages: 1393-1399
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 628 Bacillus polymyxa stimulates increased Rhizobium etli populations and nodulation when co-resident in the rhizosphere of Phaseolus vulgaris FEMS Microbiology Letters Daniel J. Petersen ajb, Murali Srinivasan &, Chris P. Chanway b~cj* 1996 142(2-3):271-6.
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 631 Control of woolly aphid, Eriosoma lanigerum (Hausmann) (Hemiptera: Pemphigidae) on mature apple trees using insecticide soil-root drenches Australian Journal of Entomology Adrian H Nicholas,Robert N Spooner-Hart and Richard A Vickers 2003 42,6–11
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 636 Biological control of Tetranychus urticae (Acari:Tetranychidae) with naturally occurring predators in strawberry plantings in Valencia, Spain Experimental and Applied Acarology FERNANDO GARCIA-MARI and JOSE ENRIQUE GONZA´ LEZ-ZAMORA 1999 23: 487–495,
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 642 The Phytochemical Shikonin Stimulates Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transition (EMT) in Skin Wound Healing Hindawi Publishing Corporation Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine Ning-Sun Yang 2013 13 pages
 643 Efficacy baselines of seven insecticides against larvae of Pandemis heparana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) journal of pest science C. Ioriatti E. Pasqualini , D. Pasquier ,C Tomasi 2006 79: 163–168
 644 Acaricidal action of two detergents against Panonychus ulmi (Koch) and Panonychus citri (Mcgregor) (Acarina: Tetranychidae) in the laboratory Crop Protection Tomislav Curkovic*, Jaime E. Araya 2004 23 731–733
 645 Acaricidal activity of different extracts from Syzygium cumini L. Skeels (Pomposia) against Tetranychus urticae Koch Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine Abd El-Moneim MR Afify, Hossam S El-Beltagi, Sayed A Fayed, Emad A Shalaby 2011  359-364
 646 The Effects of Spirodiclofen on Reproduction of Two-spotted Spider Mite (Tetranychus urticae Koch) Pestic. Phytomed Dejan Marčić and Irena Ogurlić 2007 22 105-111
 647 Insecticidal and antifeedant effect of Pedalium murex Linn. root and on Spodoptera litura (Fab.) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) Journal of Agricultural Technology K. Sahayaraj*, M. Venkateshwari and R. Balasubramanian 2008 V.4(2): 73-80
 648 Enhanced growth and nodulation of pigeon pea by co-inoculation of Bacillus strains with Rhizobium spp. Bioresource Technology Geetha Rajendran, Falguni Sing, Anjana J. Desai, G. Archana * 2008 99(11):4544-50
 649 Biogeography of diazotrophic bacteria in soils World J Microbiol Biotechnol Luiz Fernando Wurdig Roesch • Roberta R. Fulthorpe •Rodrigo Josemar Seminoti Jaccques,Fa´tima Menezes Bento, Fla´vio Anasta´cio de Oliveira Camargo 2010 Volume 26, Number 8, 1503-1508
 650 Endophytic Lecanicillium lecanii and Beauveria bassiana reduce the survival and fecundity of Aphis gossypii following contact with conidia and secondary metabolites Crop Protection Pampapathy Gurulingappa*, Peter Allan McGee, Gregory Sword 2011 30 349 353
 651 Chromate reducing and plant growth promoting activies of psychrotrophic Rhodococcus erythropolis MTCC 7905 Journal of Basic Microbiology Pankaj Trivedi1, 2, Anita Pandey1 and Tongmin Sa2 2007 47(6):513-7
 652 Taxonomic and functional diversity of pseudomonads isolated from the roots of ¢eld-grown canola FEMS Microbiology Ecology Amy L. Misko, James J. Germida 2002 42 (2002) 399-407
 653 Molecular diversity of nitrogen-fixing bacteria from the Tibetan Plateau,China. FEMS Microbiol Lett Yuguang Zhang, Diqiang Li, Huimin Wang, Qiming Xiao & Xueduan Liu 2006 260(2):134-42
 654 Larvicidal activity of some essential oils,monoterpenoids and their corresponding N-methyl carbamate derivatives against Culex pipiens (Diptera: Culicidae) International Journal of Tropical Insect Science , M.A. Radwan*, S.R. El-Zemity, S.A. Mohamed 2008 28 : pp 61-68
 655 Alkaline Cellulase for Laundry Detergents: Production Bacillus sp. KSM-635and Enzymatic Properties Agric. Biol. Chem. Susumu Ito, Shitsuw Shdcata, Katsuya Ozaki, Shuji Kawai, Kikuhiko Okamoto, Shigeo Inoue, Akira Takei, Yu-ichi Ohta and Tomokazu Satoh 1989 Volume 1, Number 2, 61-66, DOI: 10.1007/s007920050015
 656 Investigation on Aerobic Cellulolytic Bacteria in Some of North Forest and Farming Soils American-Eurasian J. Agric. & Environ. Sci. S. Hatami, H.A. Alikhani, H. Besharati, N. Salehrastin, M. Afrousheh and Z. Yazdani Jahromi 2008 vol 3 (5): 713-716
 657 Toxicity of Actinidia chinensis extracts to Plutella xylostella Allelopathy Journal JUNSHAN QI1, KAOSHAN CHEN*, CHANGSONG LI1 and MEI LI1 2008 vol :21, issue:2 pg 419-424
 658 Isolation and characterization of an endophytic bacterium related to Rhizobium/Agrobacterium from wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) roots CURRENT SCIENCE P. K. SHARMA,S. SARITA,J. PRELL 2005 VOL. 89, NO. 4
 659 Isolation, quantity distribution and characterization of endophytic microorganisms within sugar beet African Journal of Biotechnology Yingwu Shi, Kai Lou1 and Chun Li 2009 Vol. 8 (5), pp. 835-840,
 660 Diversity of Nitrogenase Systems in Diazotrophs Journal of Integrative Plant Biology , Ying Zhao1, 2, Shao-Min Bian1, 2, Hui-Na Zhou1, 2 and Ju-Fu Huang1 2006 Volume: 48, Issue: 7, Pages: 745-755
 661 Preferential occurrence of diazotrophic endophytes,Azoarcus spp., in wild rice species and land races of Oryza sativa in comparison with modern races. Environmental Microbiology Margret Engelhard,1² Thomas Hurek1 and Barbara Reinhold-Hurek1,2* 2000 2(2):131-41
 662 Isolation and characterization of endophytic non-rhizobial bacteria from root nodules of alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) Botanica Serbica Olivera Stajković, Sofie De Meyer, Bogić Miličić, Anne Willems 2009 33 (1): 107-114
 663 Antimicrobial Activities of Certain Bacteria Isolated from Egyptian Soil Against Pathogenic Fungi Research Journal of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, Gebreel, H.M., El-Mehalawy, A.A., El-Kholy, I 1 1 2 .M, 3Rifaat, H.M . and 1Humid, A.A. 2008 4(4): 331-339
 664 Diversity and abundance of diazotrophic microorganisms in the South China Sea during intermonsoon The ISME Journal Pia H Moisander1, Roxanne A Beinart1, Maren Voss2 and Jonathan P Zehr1 2008 2, 954–967
 665 Genetic Variance in the Composition of Two Functional Groups (Diazotrophs and Cyanobacteria) from a Hypersaline Microbial Mat APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY Anthony C. Yannarell,* Timothy F. Steppe, and Hans W. Paerl 2006 vol. 72 no. 2 1207-1217
 666 Efficacy baselines of seven insecticides against larvae of Pandemis heparana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) Pest Sci C. Ioriatti . E. Pasqualini . D. Pasquier C. Tomasi 2006 79: 163–168
 667 Selectivity of Four Insecticides to Woolly Apple Aphid, Eriosoma Lanigerum (Hausmann) and its Sole Parasitoid, Aphelinus mali (Hald.) World Applied Sciences Journal Mazen Ateyyat 2012 16 (8): 1060-1064,
 668 Dissipation behavior of propargite––an acaricide residues in soil, apple (Malus pumila) and tea (Camellia sinensis) Chemosphere Vipin Kumar , Chitra Sood , Shivani Jaggi , S.D. Ravindranath ,S.P. Bhardwaj , Adarsh Shanker 2005 58 .837–843
 669 Control of woolly aphid,Eriosoma lanigerum(Hausmann)(Hemiptera: Pemphigidae) on mature apple trees using insecticide soil-root drenches Australian Journal of Entomology Adrian H Nicholas,Robert N Spooner-Hart and Richard A Vickers 2003 42,6-11
 670 Efficient soil microorganisms: A new dimension for sustainable agriculture and environmental development Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment Jay Shankar Singh, Vimal Chandra Pandey, D.P. Singh 2011 140: 339–353
 671 Soil microorganisms mediating phosphorus availability Plant Physiology Preview Alan E. Richardson and Richard J. Simpson 2011 DOI:10.1104/pp.111.175448
 672 Evolutionary tradeoffs can select against nitrogen fixation and thereby maintain nitrogen limitation PNAS Duncan N. L. Menge, Simon A. Levin, and Lars O. Hedin 2008 150: 1573-1578
 673 Effect of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) inoculation on microbial community structure in rhizosphere of forage corn cultivated in Thailand European Journal of Soil Biology Pongdet Piromyou a, Bancha Buranabanyat a, Piyada Tantasawat b, Panlada Tittabutr a, Nantakorn Boonkerd a, Neung Teaumroong 2011 47:44-54
 674 Nitrogenase gene diversity and microbial community structure: a cross-system comparison Environmental Microbiology Jonathan P. Zehr, 1 Bethany D. Jenkins, 1 Steven M. Short 1 and Grieg F. Steward 2 2003 5(7): 539-554
 675 Proteome reference map for the plant growth-promoting bacterium Pseudomonas putida UW4 Proteomics Zhenyu Cheng, Owen Z. Woody, Jiming Song, Bernard R. Glick and Brendan J. McConkey 2009 9, 4271–4274
 676 Burkholderia species are ancient symbionts of legumes Molecular Ecology CYRIL BONTEMPS,* GEOFFREY N. ELLIOTT,† MARCELO F. SIMON,‡ FA´ BIO B. DOS REIS JU´ NIOR,§ EDUARDO GROSS,– REBECCA C. LAWTON,* NICOLAU ELIAS NETO, ** MARIA DE FA´ TIMA LOUREIRO,** SERGIO M. DE FARIA,†† JANET I . SPRENT,‡‡ EUAN K. JAMES§§ and J . PETER W. YOUNG 2010 19, 44–52
 677 Auxin production by plant associated bacteria: impact on endogenous IAA content and growth of Triticum aestivum L. Letters in Applied Microbiology B. Ali1, A.N. Sabri1, K. Ljung2 and S. Hasnain 2009 48:542–547
 678 Nodulation and nitrogen fixation by Mimosa spp. in the Cerrado and Caatinga biomes of Brazil New Phytologist Fabio Bueno dos Reis Jr1, Marcelo F. Simon2, Eduardo Gross3, Robert M. Boddey4, Geoffrey N. Elliott5, Nicolau E. Neto6, M. de Fatima Loureiro6, Luciano P. de Queiroz7, Maria Rita Scotti8, Wen-Ming Chen9, Agneta Noren10, Maria C. Rubio11, Sergio M. de Faria4, Cyril Bontemps12, Silvia R. Goi13, J. Peter W. Young14, Janet I. Sprent15 and Euan K. James16,17 2010 186: 934–946
 679 Adaptation of Rhizobium leguminosarum to pea, alfalfa and sugar beet rhizospheres investigated by comparative transcriptomics Genome Biology Vinoy K Ramachandran1, Alison K East2, Ramakrishnan Karunakaran2, J Allan Downie2 and Philip S Poole2* 2011 12:R106
 680 Are root exudates more important than other sources of rhizodeposits in structuring rhizosphere bacterial communities? FEMS Microbiology Ecology Paul G. Dennis1,2,3, Anthony J. Miller1 and Penny R. Hirsch1 2010 72: 313-327
 681 Bacterial Distribution in the Rhizosphere of Wild Barley under Contrasting Microclimates  PLOS One Salme Timmusk1*, Viiu Paalme2, Tomas Pavlicek3, Jonas Bergquist4, Ameraswar Vangala1, Triin Danilas5, Eviatar Nevo3 2011 6 (3): e17968
 682 Co-inoculation Effects of Phosphate Solubilizing Microorganisms and Glomus fasciculatum on Green Gram-Bradyrhizobium Symbiosis Turk J Agric For Almas ZAIDI, Mohammad Saghir KHAN 2006 30: 223-230
 683 Rhizosphere bacteria help plants tolerate abiotic stress. Trends Plant Sci. Jungwook Yang1, Joseph W. Kloepper2 and Choong-Min Ryu1,3 2009 14(1):1-4.
 684 The Genome of the Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizobacterium Paenibacillus polymyxa M-1 Contains Nine Sites Dedicated to Nonribosomal Synthesis of Lipopeptides and Polyketides. JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY Ben Niu,1,2 Christian Rueckert,3 Jochen Blom,3 Qi Wang,1* and Rainer Borriss2* 2011 193: 5862-5863
 685 Climate change feedbacks to microbial decomposition in boreal soils Fungal ecology Steven D. ALLISONa,b,*, Kathleen K. TRESEDERa