RESUMEN DEL EVENTO
Rhizosphere 5 will provide a multidisciplinary forum for exchanging innovative ideas and methods for studying the rhizosphere and understanding its complexity and its role in both natural and agricultural ecosystem processes. The conference provides a stage for both early career and established scientists to present their work to a welcoming international audience.
PARTICIPANTES DE LAS ENTIDADES DE INVESTIGACIÓN
a. C. Chumpitaz-Segovia, K. Ogata-Gutiérrez, D. Zúñiga-Dávila .2019. Phylogenetic diversity of psychrotolerant rhizobacteria associated to Chenopodium quinoa from Peruvian andean highlands. Pag. 220. b. K. Ogata Gutiérrez, E. Ormeño Orrillo, J. Lirio Paredes, J. Rodríguez Alvarado, D. Zúñiga Dávila. 2019. Phyllosphere bacterial microbiota of coffea arabica var. caturra roja using a metagenomic approach and the antagonistic potential of culturable bacteria against Colletotrichum sp. Pag. 219.