Potassium and Ammonium Fixation by Vermiculitic Soils Author: Page, A. L., Burge, W. D., Ganje, T. J., Garber, M. J. photosynthesis and result in yield reduction. In addition, plants possess the ability to select their own root microflora from the surrounding soil. Solubilization of insoluble potassium and phosphate by Paenibacillus kribensis CX-7: a soil microorganism with biological control potential. Res. It is generally believed that microorganisms contribute to the release of K+ from K-bearing minerals by several mechanisms. Total soil potassium reserves are generally large; however, major portion of it exists in insoluble K minerals and very little potassium becomes available to plants. Application of chemical fertilizers has a considerably negative impact on environmental sustainability. Biofertilizers, being cost effective, non-toxic, and eco-friendly, serve as a good substitute for expensive and harmful chemical fertilizers. Biofilm formation on aluminosilicate increases the residence time of water as compared to the residence time at the bare rock or mineral surface and enhances the mineral weathering. This approach is more sustainable than conventional fertilization practices, which may contribute to reducing climate change linked to agricultural activity. health. Attempts have been made to use of K mobilizing bacteria for solubilizing K from different K bearing minerals (Meena et al., 2016) and hence to improve plant nutrition. Biol. Lett. Owing to naturally available source of potassium in soil and high price of synthetic potassium fertilizers, the importance of KSB is increasing day by day. Sinica. Potassium fixation Potassium is the major nutrient, which imparts increased vigour and disease resistance to plants and improves the quality of final products. have been reported in KSB, which are effective in releasing K from K-bearing minerals (Hu et al., 2006; Keshavarz Zarjani et al., 2013; Krishnamurthy, 1989; Liu et al., 2012; Prajapati et al., 2012; Prajapati et al., 2013; Saiyad et al., 2015; Sheng and He, 2006). forms hinders its utility for plant growth. 52, 66-72. The inoculation of weathering bacteria in soil or plants, especially combined with the use of crushed rocks, can increase soil fertility and improve crop production. In order to feed the increasing world population, agriculture must be intensive and sustainable in the future. Plant Growth-Promoting Bacteria: Mechanisms and Applications. Arch. Hence, the production and management of biological fertilizers containing KSB can be an effective alternative to chemical fertilizers. Effects of Type of Clay and Moisture: Type 1:1 clays fix a small amount of potassium while 2:1 clays fix K in large quantities. [ Links ], Meena, V.S., Maurya, B.R., Verma, J.P. 2014. The potassium solubilizing microorganisms (KSMs) are a rhizospheric microorganism which solubilizes the insoluble potassium (K) to soluble forms of K for plant growth and yield. On the basis of K-solublization, the seven most efficient KSB strains were evaluated for K-solublizing dynamics from the WB at 7, 14 and 21 DAI (days after incubation) on MAMs (Modified Solid Aleksandrov Medium). Bacillus licheniformis BHU18 produced significantly higher (~ 23 µg mL-1) concentrations of indole-3-acetic acid. [ Links ], Sangeeth, K.P., Bhai, R.S., Srinivasan, V. 2012. A number of workers have demonstrated the role of KSB in crop improvement. The higher yield was obtained with combined P and K treatment under non-saline irrigation. [ Links ], Bakhshandeh, E., Pirdashti, H., Lendeh, K.S. [ Links ], Sheng, X.F., Zhao, F., He, L.Y., Qiu, G., Chen, L. 2008. Most of the farmers use only nitrogen and phosphorus and not the K fertilizer due to unawareness that the problem of K deficiency occurs in rhizospheric soils. The P addition had significant bearing on the soil pH, SAR, [P], [SO4], [CO3] and [HCO3] and Ca:P, Cl:P and SO4:P ratios in leachates. Springer. Biotechnol. All rights reserved. 2010. [ Links ], Almeida, H.J., Pancelli, M.A., Prado, R.M., Cavalcante, V.S., Cruz, F.J.R. Abstract: Drought stress, being the inevitable factor that exists in various environments without recognizing borders and no clear warning thereby hampering plant biomass production, quality, The results thus far obtained have done much to create a better understanding of the processes which operate in the fixation of potassium. [ Links ], Zeng, X., Liu, X., Tang, J., Hu, S., Jiang, P., Li, W., Xu, L. 2012. yield losses. Phosphorous is abundantly... POTASSIUM SOLUBILOIZATION. Phosphate solubilising Streptomyces spp obtained from the rhizosphere of Ceriops decandra of Corangi mangroves. The Ca uptake by roots increased with saline irrigation. Biol. Retention and fixation of ammonium and ammonia in Soils. [ Links ], Rajawat, M.V.S., Singh, S., Tyagi, S.P., Saxena, A.K. Acta Pedologica Sinica. 2013. J. 37, 1918-1922. Biotechnol. and Aspergillus terreus). I: lime-induced potassium fixation in Mardin silt loam. However, the KSMs are most important microorganisms for solubilizing of fixed form of K in soil system. was independent of the growth medium and likely relates to antifungal lipopeptides. J. Total K content in soils ranges between 0.04 and 3% K. Although K is present as an abundant element in soil, only 1 to 2 % of this element is available to plants (Sparks and Huang, 1985). Overall, we showed that sample source was not a predominant factor that limited the application of FAP-ROTAX, but poor taxonomic identification was. It has been postulated that the reduction of inhibitory transmission during status epilepticus results from a rapid modification of GABAA receptors. World j. Microbiol. Biochem. When soil has low levels of exchangeable K (Kex), nonexchangeable (Knex) will diffuse from the soil clay layers and add to Kex levels. KSB are usually present in all soils and have been isolated from rhizosphere soil, non-rhizosphere soil, paddy soil (Bakhshandeh et al., 2017) and saline soil (Bhattacharya et al., 2016). However, the mechanism(s) that contributes to this modification has not been elucidated. Potassium fixation often occurs when soils dry and the potassium is bonded between layers of 2:1 expansive clay minerals such as illite, vermiculite or montmorillonite. 39, 863-871. [ Links ], Saha, M., Maurya, B.R., Meena, V.S., Bahadur, I., Kumar, A. Isolation and identification of potassium-solubilizing bacteria from tobacco rhizospheric soil and their effect on tobacco plants. *Corresponding author: email@example.com. 3, 36-42. Soil is a complex mixture of minerals, water, air, organic matter, billions of organisms, and the changes taking place in its composition (biogeochemical transformations). Interactions between Laccaria laccata, Agrobacterium radiobacter and beech roots: Influence on P, K, Mg, and Fe mobilization from minerals and plant growth. Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, 2014, 14 (3), 640-656 Fractions, uptake and fixation capacity of phosphorus and potassium in three contrasting soil orders D. Chatterjee1,2, *, S.C. Datta1 and K.M. Affiliation 1 Department of Microbiology, Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, Kolkata, India. J. Agri. [ Links ], Wang, J.G., Zhang, F.S., Zhang, X.L., Cao, Y.P. The results demonstrated that NA had a positive effect for potassium fixation when the blending ratio reached 60%, corresponding well to the results in section 3.1.2 of PRR test. at different temperatures and carbon sources from tea (Camellia sinensis). Fixation mechanism Aldehydes Formaldehyde, glutaraldehyde Cross-link proteins Oxidizing agents Osmium tetraoxide, potassium permanganate Cross-link proteins Alcohol-based fixatives Methanol, ethanol, acetic acid J. Microbiol. Factors Affecting Potassium Fixation in Soils: There are four soil conditions that influence the amount of K that can be fixed: 1. agriculture production under Sikkim condition. Sheng, X.F., â¦ There were strong and significant correlations (σ = 0.90-0.95, p < 0.01) between the number of OTUs assigned to genus or order level and the number of functionally assigned OTUs. [ Links ], Yang, B.M., Yao, L.X., Li, G.L., He, Z.H., Zhou, C.M. [ Links ], Shelobolina, E., Xu, H., Konishi, H., Kukkadapu, R., Wu, T., Blöthe, M., Roden, E. 2012. The equilibrium for fixed soil NH 4 + ions is based on a scheme for K+. Environ. It had been reported that inoculation with KSB produced beneficial effect on growth of different plants (Ahmad et al., 2016; Bakhshandeh et al., 2017; Xiao et al., 2017). Microbial decomposition of organic materials also produces ammonia and hydrogen sulfide that can be oxidized in the soil to form the strong acids such as nitric acid (HNO3) and sulfuric acid (H2SO4). The above studies show that KSB can provide an alternative technology to make K available for uptake by plants. For example, when P was applied to alfalfa, nod-ules developed earlier. 2013. [ Links ], Cecílio Filho, A.B., Feltrim, A.L., Mendoza Cortez, J.W., Gonsalves, M.V., Pavani, L.C., Barbosa, J.C. 2015. It has been reported that the production of various extracellular polymers (primarily proteins and polysaccharides) can also be led to release of K from K-bearing minerals for plant uptake (Liu et al., 2006; Shelobolina et al., 2012; Sheng and He, 2006). Plant Nutr. J. Spic. Biosci. For example, it was reported that KSB weathered phlogopite via aluminum chelation and acidic dissolution of the crystal network (Abou-el-Seoud and Abdel-Megeed, 2012; Leyval and Berthelin, 1989; Uroz et al., 2009).In addition, The B. altitudinis strain could accelerate weathering of potash feldspar, change mineral surface morphology, and induce the formation of new mineral complex. 8, e55731. Response of mulberry to inoculation of potash mobilizing bacterial isolate and other bio-inoculants. Biol. [ Links ], Youssef, G.H., Seddik, W.M.A., Osman, M.A. Potassium fixation decreased with increase in organic manure rates, 100 g/5 kg soil tends to be the optimum rate, and poultry manure had greater effect on the fixing and releasing power of K. The study investigated the effects of poultry and goat manures on the kinetics of potassium fixation and release in some sandy loam and loamy soils of Ogun Potassium solubilizing rhizobacteria (KSR): Isolation, identification, and K-release dynamics from waste mica. Parmar (2010) showed that inoculation of K-solubilizing isolate HWP47 in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) var. release from feldspar affected by the sprain Nbt . L11. Standard curve for quantification of K is prepared using various concentrations of KCl solution (Hu et al., 2006). In agriculture, beneficial bacteria are defined as any bacteria that colonize the roots of plants following inoculation onto seed and improve plant growth by increasing seed emergence, plant weight, and crop yields. The ability to solubilize the silicate rocks by B. mucilaginosus, B. circulanscan, B. edaphicus, Burkholderia, A. ferrooxidans, Arthrobacter sp., Enterobacter hormaechei, Paenibacillus mucilaginosus, P. frequentans, Cladosporium, Aminobacter, Sphingomonas, Burkholderia, and Paenibacillus glucanolyticus has been reported (Meena et al., 2016). [ Links ], Zhang, A.-m., Zhao, G.-y., Gao, T.-g., Wang, W., Li, J., Zhang, S.-f., Zhu, B. Types of soil colloids, 2. The use of chemical fertilizers can be decreased by using KSB in agriculture that can lead to sustainable agriculture. Majority of the isolates were entire smooth margin, raised, translucent, gram +ve rods and whitish to creamy in appearance. The addition of K significantly affected [Na], [K] and K:Na ratio in shoot. As surrounding cells […] Nitrogen is changed to ammonia by... PHOSPHATE SOLUBILIZATION. The KSB are effective in releasing K from inorganic and insoluble pools of total soil K through solubilization (Archana et al., 2013; Gundala et al., 2013; Keshavarz Zarjani et al., 2013; Meena et al., 2014; Meena et al., 2015b; Parmar and Sindhu, 2013; Saha et al., 2016; Zeng et al., 2012; Zhang et al., 2013). Therefore, soil-grown plants are immersed in a sea of microorganisms especially bacteria (Glick, 2012). For example, (i) lack of awareness about bio-fertilizers amongst the farmers; (ii) slow influence of the K bio-fertilizer on crop yield; (iii) less interest in scientific community on the development of K bio-fertilizer technologies; (iv) culture collection banks not yet developed for KSB due to the loss of efficient strains developed by scientists; and (v) and deficiency in technology in respect to carrier suitability and product formulations are some of the major limitations of the industry, which need to be improved in the near future. Effect of microbial and other naturally occurring polymers on mineral dissolution. Action mechanisms of KSB in solubilizing K. Currently there is little information available on the mechanisms which by KSB can solubilize K-bearing minerals and release K for improving the growth and yield of plant. Potassium fixation, K f, was calculated by the difference between total initial K and total final exchangeable plus soluble K in a given system and compared to ÎCEC, the decreases in the initial cation exchange capacity (CEC in). Plant soil. 2012. Previous researches well showed that KSB were able to dissolve K from different insoluble K bearing minerals by excreting organic acids. Solution K is the form of K that directly and readily is taken up by plants and microbes in soil. Potassium (K) is an essential nutrient for plant growth. Nutr. Res. Biocatal. The opening and closing of the water-loosing stomata is regulated by guard cells that, in turn, are regulated by uptake of potassium ions. There is considerable population of KSB in soil and in plant rhizosphere. Efficiency of natural minerals in presence of different nitrogen forms and potassium dissolving bacteria on peanut and sesame yields. 10, 173-176. PSM provides an ecofriendly and economically sound approach to overcome the P scarcity and its subsequent uptake by plants through PSMs have been a subject of research for decades, manipulation of PSMs for making use of increasing fixed P in the soil and improving crop production at the field level has not yet been adequately commercialized. Characterization of phosphate solubilizing and potassium decomposing strains and study on their effects on tomato cultivation. 84. Isolation and identification of three potassium-solubilizing bacteria from rape rhizospheric soil and their effects on ryegrass. Potassium Movement in Soil The mechanism for potassium movement in the soil is diffusion (moving from high concentration to a lower concentration). 216, 82-88. Phosphate and potassium-solubilizing bacteria effect on the growth of rice. China 2, 409-412. Decomposition of silicate minerals by Bacillus mucilaginosus in liquid culture. Adv. Mutagenesis of the Bacillus edaphicus strain NBT and its effect on growth of chili and cotton. and R. aqautillis was 38.9, 33.6 and 15.5 �g ml−1,respectively. Citation: Sansupa, C.; Fareed Mohamed Wahdan, S.; Hossen, S.; Disayathanoowat, T.; Wubet, T.; Purahong, W. Can We Use Functional Annotation of Prokaryotic Taxa (FAPROTAX) to. Single KSB inoculations increased plant height (PlHe), stem diam-eter (SD), root length (RL), leaf area (LA) and biomass dry weight (BDW) by 4.09–10.8%, 4.07–10.4%,8.0–13.1%, 19.8–21.4% and 7.53–15.7%, respectively, in a pot experiment while PlHe, BDW, SPAD value, Kuptake in the leaves, stem, and root of rice seedling also increased by 10.8–15.1%, 27.4–65.3%, 8.64–12.0%,38.5–76.9%, 17.6–52.9% and 25.0–75.0%, respectively, in a field experiment, when compared to the con-trol. The results of both experiments indicate that the values of all measured parameters were higherwhen rice seedlings were inoculated with P. ananatis than withEnterobacter sp. Electron contrast has been shown to be produced by the deposition of granular material in the tissue. In this study, 16 cultivable potential KSB were isolated from rape rhizosphere at first. incubation in modified Aleksandrov medium containing powdered waste mica as sole source of potassium. This review presents the recent advances and applications made hitherto in understanding the biochemical and molecular mechanisms of plant-microbe interactions and their role in the major processes involved in phytoremediation, such as heavy metal detoxification, mobilization, immobilization, transformation, transport and distribution. 2000. Besides, biofilm formation on mineral surface promoted the corrosion of potassium-rich shale and the release of K, Si and Al in the bacteria-mineral contact model (Man et al., 2014). [ Links ], Singh, G., Biswas, D.R., Marwaha, T.S. Sheng, X.F., He, L.Y. Under certain conditions, dependent on the soil texture, intensity of drying, and initial amount of exchangeable potassium, the fixed percentage may be as much as 90 percent within ten minutes. (2006) reported that application of KSB with K- and P-bearing minerals on sorghum enhanced dry matter yield by 48 %, 65 %, and 58 %; phosphorus uptake by 71 %, 110 %, and 116 %; and K uptake by 41 %, 93 %, and 79 % in clay, sandy, and calcareous soils, respectively. Effect of KSB on plant growth and yield. With the introduction of high yielding crop varieties and the progressive intensification of agriculture, the soils are getting exhausted in K stock at a faster rate. 2016. Approaches for drought stress alleviations are breeding strategies, molecular and genomics perspectives with special emphasis on the omics technology alteration i.e., metabo-lomics, proteomics, genomics, transcriptomics, glyomics and phenomics that improve the stress tolerance in plants. Currently, several management practices are available K-solubilization is carried out by a large number of saprophytic bacteria (Bacillus mucilaginosus, B. edaphicus, B. circulans, Acidothiobacillus ferrooxidans, Paenibacillus spp.) (2016) suggested a modified plate assay for rapid screening of KSB. This mechanism, the soâcalled âpotassium batteryâ, serves as a mobile energy source to overcome local ATPâshortages and maintain the efficiency of the longâdistance transport system (Gajdanowicz et al. [ Links ], de Zelicourt, A., Al-Yousif, M., Hirt, H. 2013. Potassium fixation Potassium is the major nutrient, which imparts increased vigour and disease resistance to plants and improves the quality of final products. Sikkim is located in northeast India Agri. Salt accumulation inhibits plant growth and reduces the ability to uptake water and nutrients, leading to osmotic or water-deficit stress. However, it is well known that the food production by agriculture cannot be generally sustained unless the nutrients removed from soil as a result of increased crop production are replaced. Prominent cropping system in the state is rice and maize based, 15, 1-10. Potassium (K) is one of the major macronutrients which play an important role in plant growth and development. Influence of salinity on transport of Nitrates and Potassium by means of the xylem sap content between roots and shoots in young tomato plants. KS of the isolates increased as pH of the culture medium declined (r = −0.83, P < 0.0053), asa result of organic acid production. Certain microorganisms render them soluble and make them available to the plants. The present investigation comprises a total of fifty potassium solubilizing bacterial (KSB) strains which were isolated from Oryza sativa, Musa paradisiaca, Zea mays, Sorghum bicolor and Triticum aestivum L. These strains were evaluated for their ability to solubilize the fixed K from waste biotite (WB). Meena, V.S., Maurya, B.R., Bahadur, I. Agron. All other root parameters were significantly affected by the K addition. Biotechnol. KSB isolates from Inceptisol showed higher K solubilization potential than isolates from Alfisol. Itâs classified as a macronutrient because plants take up large quantities of K during their life cycle. [ Links ], Tuli, R., Chakrabarty, D., Trivedi, P.K., Tripathi, R.D. and assessment of its potential for enhancing mineral weathering. Fixation of the plasma membrane/cytoplasm complex: a mechanism of toxic interaction of tributyltin with the cell Biol Trace Elem Res . Soil Biol. The knowledge gained from this review can help us to understand the importance of microbes in agriculture and the ways to formulate these microbes as biofertilizers for sustainable crop production. The main mechanism of KSMs is acidolysis, chelation, exchange reactions, complexolysis and production of organic acid. Binding of four heavy metals to hemicelluloses from rice bran. Despite the sufficient level of K in soil, its deficiency is mainly because of inefficient utilization of different available forms by plants. Changes in soil microbial community, enzyme activities and organic matter fractions under long-term straw return in north-central China. [ Links ], Liu, D., Lian, B., Dong, H. 2012. Springer, pp. Status epilepticus is a neurological emergency that results in mortality and neurological morbidity. Many bacteria such as Acidothiobacillus ferrooxidans, Paenibacillus spp., Bacillus mucilaginosus, B. edaphicus, and B. circulans have capacity to solubilize K minerals (e.g., biotite, feldspar, illite, muscovite, orthoclase, and mica). 2015. [ Links ], Raj, S.A., Kannaiyan, S., Kumar, K., Govindarajan, K. 2004. Based on the knowledge generated up to now, we suggest several future avenues of research approaches: (i) KSB have been rarely studied under field conditions. Feeding a growing world population, as projected to reach 9 billion by 2050, adopting more efficient and sustainable production methods, responding to increased concerns about managing the natural resources, and adapting to climate change and drought conditions in several developing regions (notably in Europe, Central Asia and the Horn of Africa) are some of the significant challenges that agriculture will face in the 21st century (Haub et al., 2012). In general, the most important mechanisms known in K mineral solubilization by KSB are "(i) by lowering the pH; (ii) by enhancing chelation of the cations bound to K; and (iii) acidolysis of the surrounding area of microorganism (Meena et al., 2014)". The present study focused on overview on current trends, K-solubilizing mechanism and ability for growth promotion along with their present constraint and future scope to achieve sustainable agriculture production. and high humidity in the Sikkim Himalayan region causes enormous Potassium Fixation and Its Significance for California Crop Production Figure 1. Drought stress, being the inevitable factor that exists in various environments without recognizing borders and no clear warning thereby hampering plant biomass production, quality, and energy. ; (iii) study of the effect of other PGPRs such as IAA producers, ACC deaminase producers, phosphate solubilizers, and N2 fixers on the availability of K; (iv) study of interactions (positive or negative) of between KSB with other PGPRs in the availability of K; (v) determination of the optimal conditions for KSB activity such as organic matter, etc. Potassium ï¬ xation occurs when K+ ions form a surface complex with oxygen atoms in the interlayers of certain silicate clay minerals (Figure 2). J. Microbiol. [ Links ], Uroz, S., Calvaruso, C., Turpault, M.-P., Frey-Klett, P. 2009. providing access to safer food choices and making agriculture a more 10, 248-257. 2006. 2006. [ Links ], Liu, W., Xu, X., Wu, X., Yang, Q., Luo, Y., Christie, P. 2006. 78, 5746-5752. Potassium dichromate (K 2 Cr 2 O 7) behaves as a non-coagulant unless it is used at pH < 3.4 â 3.8, where it reacts like chromic acid, as a coagulant. Co-inoculation of potassium solubilizing and nitrogen fixing bacteria on solubilization of waste mica and their effect on growth promotion and nutrient acquisition by a forage crop. PMID: 24116321 PMCID: … Plant growth promoting (PGP) bacteria can help in K solubilization in soil due to their versatile requirement for environmental and nutritional condition. Figure 1. Cuttack, Odisha and Sikkim University, Sikkim has jointly operated Despite this, its cumulative, not obvious impact and multidimen-sional nature severely affects the plant morphological, physiological, biochemical and molecular attributes with adverse impact on photosynthetic capacity. In: Nitrogen in Agricultural Soils. Agroecosys. For drought stress induction, seed priming, growth hormones, osmoprotectants, silicon (Si), selenium (Se) and potassium application are worth using under drought stress conditions in plants. Sikkim's organic farming. 9, 627-630. IAA, B. mucilaginosus, B. circulanscan, B. edaphicus, Comparison of K solubilization on the Aleksandrov agar plate (a) and modied agar medium plate, can directly dissolve the mineral K as a result of, ., 2013). In addition, drought adaptation through microbes, hydrogel, nanoparticles applications and metabolic engineering techniques that regulate the antioxidant enzymes activity for adaptation to drought stress in plants, enhancing plant tolerance through maintenance in cell homeostasis and ameliorates the adverse effects of water stress are of great potential in agriculture. 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