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Table 1 Tomato cultivars—genotypic characterization

From: Plant growth-promoting effects of rhizospheric and endophytic bacteria associated with different tomato cultivars and new tomato hybrids

  Sample no. Genotypic characterization Cultivar
Phylum Family Genus
Rhizospheric strains [1] Proteobacteria Rizobiaceae Ensifer sp. Plus Licopene
[3] Bacteroidetes Flavobacteriaceae Chryseobacterium sp.
[7] Firmicutes Bacillaceae Bacillus sp.
[4] Firmicutes Bacillaceae Bacillus sp. Indigo Perù
[6] n.p. n.p. n.p.
[5] n.p. n.p. n.p. Super San Marzano
[2] Actinobacteria Microbateriaceae Microbacterium sp.
[8] Actinobacteria Microbateriaceae Microbacterium sp.
Root endophytes [9] Proteobacteria Pseudomonadaceae Pseudomonas sp. San Marzano x
Black Tomato
hybrid
[10] n.p. n.p. n.p.
[11] Proteobacteria Rhizobiaceae Rhizobium sp.
[12] Actinomycetales Nocordiaceae Rhodococcus sp.
[13] Proteobacteria Rhizobiaceae Agrobacterium sp.
[14] Proteobacteria Rhizobiaceae Agrobacterium sp. Black Tomato
[15] Proteobacteria Rhizobiaceae Agrobacterium sp.
[16] Proteobacteria Rhizobiaceae Rhizobium sp.
[17] Proteobacteria Rhizobiaceae Agrobacterium sp. San Marzano
[18] Proteobacteria Rhizobiaceae Agrobacterium sp.
  1. Genotypic characterization of cultivable strains isolated from tomato roots (6 rhizospheric strains, 9 root endophytes). n.p. not performed, due to cultivation problems with standard media (LB with standard NaCl concentration and modified, NaCl 0.4 % w/v)