Journal of Agricultural Science and Botany

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Rhizosphere

The rhizosphere  is the narrow region it consist of  soil  and that is directly influenced by  the root secretions and associated soil microorganisms are called  as the root microbiome. The rhizosphere contains bacteria and other microorganisms this feed on sloughed-off plant cells,  are described as rhizodeposition, and the proteins and sugars are   discharged by roots. This symbiosis leads to more complex interactions, influencing plant growth and competition for resources. Much about the nutrient cycling and disease suppression  are essential for the  plants appears immediately adjacent to roots due to root exudants and communities of microorganisms.  The rhizosphere also afford space to produce allelochemicals to control neighbours and relatives.

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