Antimicrobial and beneficial properties of bacterial species isolated from phyllospheric microbiota
|PhD ceremony:||C.Y. Munoz Moreno|
|When:||June 30, 2022|
|Supervisor:||prof. dr. O.P. (Oscar P) Kuipers|
|Co-supervisor:||dr. A. (Anne) de Jong|
|Where:||Academy building RUG|
|Faculty:||Science and Engineering|
Some bacteria in the plant’s microbiome play an important role in the functioning of plants by influencing their health and development protecting them against diseases by producing different secondary metabolites. In the present thesis, we focused on Bacillus velezensis SPL51, Bacillus subtilis STRP31 and Paenibacillus sp. PL91 bacteria isolated from tomato and lettuce phyllosphere with beneficial agricultural properties.