DOI: https://doi.org/10.18524/2307-4663.2020.3(50).214202

ПЕРСПЕКТИВИ ВИКОРИСТАННЯ БАКТЕРІЙ У КУЛЬТУРІ КЛІТИН ТА ТКАНИН РОСЛИН

Н. В. Титаренко, Н. І. Теслюк, В. О. Іваниця

Анотація


В огляді представлені дані сучасних джерел літератури про взаємодію бактерій та рослин. Наведено особливості співіснування рослин і епіфітних та ендофітних мікроорганізмів у природних умовах і в культурі in vitro. Освітлено переваги взаємодії рослин і бактерій та проблеми відсутності мікробіоти у саджанців рослин при мікроклональному розмноженні. Детально описано досвід використання мікроорганізмів у культурі клітин та тканин рослин. Описано процеси інокуляції бактерій на мікроклони рослин. Також розглянута культура рослин in vitro як модель взаємодії бактерій та рослин. Освітлено ріст-стимулювальні та антагоністичні властивості бактерій роду Bacillus, що потенційно можуть мати корисний вплив на рослини під час адаптації до умов ex vitro. Розглянуто перспективи використання бактерій роду Bacillus на етапі акліматизації рослин до умов ex vitro. Наведено приклади успішного використання бактерій роду Bacillus для стимуляції росту рослин та для захисту від патогенів.


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взаємодія бактерій та рослин; мікроклональне розмноження; бактерії роду Bacillus; адаптація від умов in vitro до ex vitro

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