Endophytic bacteria associated with Sphagnum mosses: ecological diversity and application for agricultural microbiology.

AV Shcherbakov, EYu Kuzmina, ED Lapshina, Anastasia Bragina, Christian Berg, Gabriele Berg, EN Shcherbakova, VK Chebotar, IA Tikhonovich

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMoss classification, development, and growth and functional role in ecosystems. Botanical research and practices.
Place of PublicationNew York
PublisherNova Publishers
Pages87-110
Edition1
ISBN (Print)978-1-63117-397-4
Publication statusPublished - 2014

Fields of Expertise

  • Human- & Biotechnology

Treatment code (Nähere Zuordnung)

  • Application
  • Experimental
  • Review

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Shcherbakov, AV., Kuzmina, EY., Lapshina, ED., Bragina, A., Berg, C., Berg, G., ... Tikhonovich, IA. (2014). Endophytic bacteria associated with Sphagnum mosses: ecological diversity and application for agricultural microbiology. In Moss classification, development, and growth and functional role in ecosystems. Botanical research and practices. (1 ed., pp. 87-110). New York: Nova Publishers.

Endophytic bacteria associated with Sphagnum mosses: ecological diversity and application for agricultural microbiology. / Shcherbakov, AV; Kuzmina, EYu; Lapshina, ED; Bragina, Anastasia; Berg, Christian; Berg, Gabriele; Shcherbakova, EN; Chebotar, VK; Tikhonovich, IA.

Moss classification, development, and growth and functional role in ecosystems. Botanical research and practices.. 1. ed. New York : Nova Publishers, 2014. p. 87-110.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterResearch

Shcherbakov, AV, Kuzmina, EY, Lapshina, ED, Bragina, A, Berg, C, Berg, G, Shcherbakova, EN, Chebotar, VK & Tikhonovich, IA 2014, Endophytic bacteria associated with Sphagnum mosses: ecological diversity and application for agricultural microbiology. in Moss classification, development, and growth and functional role in ecosystems. Botanical research and practices.. 1 edn, Nova Publishers, New York, pp. 87-110.
Shcherbakov AV, Kuzmina EY, Lapshina ED, Bragina A, Berg C, Berg G et al. Endophytic bacteria associated with Sphagnum mosses: ecological diversity and application for agricultural microbiology. In Moss classification, development, and growth and functional role in ecosystems. Botanical research and practices.. 1 ed. New York: Nova Publishers. 2014. p. 87-110
Shcherbakov, AV ; Kuzmina, EYu ; Lapshina, ED ; Bragina, Anastasia ; Berg, Christian ; Berg, Gabriele ; Shcherbakova, EN ; Chebotar, VK ; Tikhonovich, IA. / Endophytic bacteria associated with Sphagnum mosses: ecological diversity and application for agricultural microbiology. Moss classification, development, and growth and functional role in ecosystems. Botanical research and practices.. 1. ed. New York : Nova Publishers, 2014. pp. 87-110
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