Inhibition of mycelial growth of Pseudocercospora fijiensis. 99, 108–114. (B) 15NK. Smooth colorless colonies with 2-4 mm diameter. Res. Evol. Micropropagated plantlets of Musa acuminata were removed from the agar, washed with sterile water, placed in 150 g of sterile sand and then incubated at 50% humidity, 30 ± 5°C and 1000 lux light (14 h light and 10 h dark) by 15 days for acclimatization. (2014). 54, 128–140. (1981). 9:e976159. Based on analyses of in vitro hemolysis of red blood cells and antibiotic resistance, we show that K. pneumoniae causes β-hemolysis and may be considered virulent, but E. cloacae has no hemolytic … 8:1053. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2017.01053, Kahn, M. L., Parra-Colmenares, A., Ford, C. L., Kaser, F., McCaskill, D., and Ketchum, R. E. (2002). 6, 943–954. |, https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmicb.2019.00804/full#supplementary-material, Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY). Bacteria incubated in TS broth (TSB) by 18 h at 30°C, were centrifuged at 4000 × g, 4°C for 15 min. The E. coli strain was grown in M9 broth using NH4Cl (Sigma) as nitrogen source. Pink colored after 24 hr incubation; pale-colored colonies turn pink after further 24 hr incubation. (2017). Unlike some similarly looking strains of Enterobacter cloacae is K. pneumoniae lysine “+”, ornithine “-“, arginine “-” (E. cloacae lysine “-“, ornithine “+”, arginine “+”). SEM analysis of E. cloacae (Ec) and K. pneumoniae (Kp) incubated by 18 h. The left and right panels show SEM of Ec and Kp cells, respectively. The percentage of relative abundance of the isotopomers for m/z 872.576, 873.576, 874.575, 875.575, 876.575 was 0.07, 108.29, 313.78, 609.92 and 357.13% respectively (p < 0.2818; p < 0.2821; p < 0.0873; p < 0.0326; and p < 0.0224 respectively) 14N and 15N groups inoculated with E. cloacae AC (Figure 6A). doi: 10.1016/j.mimet.2007.03.023, Ploetz, C. R., Kem, G. H. J., and Ma, L. J. Gorden, S. A., and Weber, R. P. (1951). Enterobacter species can be isolated by plating into MacConkey agar, eosin methylene blue agar or blood agar(6). After two washes with 0.9% saline solution, bacteria were inoculated onto DF salts minimal medium (Penrose and Glick, 2003). Identification was carried out by PCR techniques using the specific primers for β-tubulin (Anzarlou et al., 2007) on single-ascospore strains. Off-white or cream-colored, smooth, convex, pinpoint white centers, shiny opaque colonies. Isolation of a strong promoter fragment from endophytic Enterobacter cloacae and verification of its promoter activity when its host strain colonizes banana plants. (2018). In Mexico and many other countries, the major threat to banana production is black Sigatoka disease caused by Pseudocercospora fijiensis (Previously: Mycosphaerella fijiensis), which often reduces yield by more than 50%. The beach sand was free of organic material. FEMS Microbiol. 20, 282–285. Circular, dome-shaped, mucoid, translucent or opaque, yellow to cream-colored colonies; 2-3 mm diameter. Some studies have shown the potential of E. cloacae to be a plant growth promoter, but little is known about K. pneumoniae (Bhise et al., 2016; Liu W. et al., 2016). cloacae. Both bacteria produce IAA (Table 1), but K. pneumoniae was a poor producer (0.328 μg/mL) in comparison to E. cloacae which remarkably produced more phytohormone (74.2 μg/mL). Ann. 40, 269–278. We would also like to thank to Carolina Castillo and America Martinez for their help with the experiments suggested by the reviewers. Blood agar is a rich medium that has been supplemented with fresh 5-10% blood. Elbehiry, A., Marzouk, E., Hamada, M., Al-Dubaib, M., Alyamani, E., Moussa, I. M., et al. Two strains of P. fijiensis, Mf-1 (sensitive to fungicides) and 102 (resistant to fungicides) isolated in Mexico from diseased banana leaves ‘Cavendish Grand Naine’ was used for antagonism assays. Figure 3 highlights the formation of cell clusters in both K. pneumoniae and E. cloacae, and shows the presence of lateral flagella and pili after incubation log 18 h. In addition, Figure 3C showed E. cloacae cells surrounded by an extracellular material, like a mucus layer, and the formation of outer membrane vesicles (OMV’s). Enterobacter cloacae and Klebsiella pneumoniae were able to grow on the NFb medium (a nitrogen-free medium), developing a biofilm close to the surface; no difference in the degree of turbidity of the medium was observed. doi: 10.1007/s11104-017-3339-1. The gram-negative bacteria resides in soil, water, dairy products and inhabits a natural flora in the gastrointestinal tract of animals as well as humans. Phytopathology 97, 1112–1118. Then, the samples were dehydrated in a series of increasing concentrations of ethanol (10% steps) for 10 min each. Phytopathol. doi: 10.1590/S1517-83822014000400025, Mishra, M., Patole, S., and Mohapatra, H. (2017). We would like to thank Dr. Rita Sinagaglia-Coimbra from Electronic Microcospy Center (CEME) at Escola Paulista de Medicina of Universidade Federal de São Paulo-UNIFESP, Brazil and MSc Aurora Huerta-Robles for their technical assistance on the molecular analysis of K. pneumoniae ID. Growth, Swarming and Production of Halo-zone of Different. The bacterium in question was tested for beta hemolysis. The 16srRNA sequences were deposited in GenBank with the follow accession numbers Klebsiella pneumoniae (GenBank: MH569535.1) and Enterobacter cloacae (GenBank: KU933273). The proportion of sites where at least 1 unambiguous base is present in at least 1 sequence for each descendent clade is shown next to each internal node in the tree. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY). They are gram -ve, catalase +ve, oxidase -ve, citrate +ve, MR -ve, VP +ve, urease -ve bacteria. The mycelial pellets without apparent growth were immersed in streptomycin sulfate solution (5 mg/ml) for 20 min, washed with sterile water and then transferred to a Petri dish with PDA. The result was observed and recorded. The optimal tree with the sum of branch length = 1.43783772 is shown. Chin. After 60 days, plants inoculated with E. cloacae AC showed intracellular bacteria within root cells, suggesting that a stable symbiosis was established. Enterobacter cloacae is a gram-negative and a rod-shaped bacterium. doi: 10.1007/s13199-012-0189-8, White, J. F., Kingsley, K. L., Verma, S. K., and Kowalski, K. P. (2018). Isotopic enrichment of N atoms of banana plants pheophytin by 15N-transfer from bacteria. Biotechnol. Lett. We hypothesize that rhizophagy may account for at least some of the growth support we observed in our experiments. In many instances, illness caused by E. cloacae … 65, 5631–5642. The identification of the bacterial strains was performed by matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization (MALDI) time-of-flight (TOF) mass spectrometry (MS). To evaluate transference of organic N from bacteria to plants under limited nutrient conditions, E. cloacae and E. coli were 15N-labeled by growing them on minimal medium M9 with 15NH4Cl (Sigma), K. pneumoniae was grown with 15NaNO3 (Sigma). Soil Sci. Plant growth-promoting characteristics of salt tolerant Enterobacter cloacae strain KBPD and its efficacy in amelioration of salt stress in Vigna radiata L. J. Physiol. 53, 269–288. Proc. Fungal colony diameters were measured for 7 days, and the percent inhibition for each treatment was calculated considering fungal growth on bacterium-free PDA. is an important crop worldwide, but black Sigatoka disease caused by the fungus Pseudocercospora fijiensis threatens fruit production. Siderophore production was observed in E. cloacae but not in K. pneumoniae. Whole genome analysis of halotolerant and alkalotolerant plant growth-promoting rhizobacterium Klebsiella sp. Hemolytic activity was determined by the presence of a clear halo around bacterial colonies after overnight incubation at 37°C on blood agar base (Difco) with 5% sheep erythrocytes with or without 10 mM CaCl 2(6). (2017). Circular, convex, mucoid, pink to red-colored opaque colonies; 2-3 mm in diameter. Microbiol., 07 May 2019 Each treatment consisted of 4 pots with two plants (8 total plants per treatment). Four more tests, Casein, Starch, Simmons Citrate and a Nitrate test, were all performed to confirm the bacterium was Enterobacter aerogenes. Bacterial cells were incubated by 18 h with rotary shaking at 150 rpm and then cells in the culture medium were harvested by centrifugation at 5000 rpm for 15 min, and washed three times in a 0.05% glucose solution and centrifuged again. Mol. 93, 55–63. These analyses were carried out with two replicates per treatment and the experiment was carried out three times. doi: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1005876, Atlas, R. M. (2004). Bacteria were grown in TS broth until they reached the mid-log phase at 16 h. Bacterial cultures of E. cloacae and K. pneumoniae were adjusted to Abs600 nm = 1 equivalent to 1.84 × 106 and 1.1X106 CFU/mL respectively. The 15N transferred from bacteria to plant tissues was measured by pheophytin isotopomer abundance. Control 101, 103–113. A column Phenomenex® Luna 5 μm (PFP2 150 × 2 mm, 100A particle size) was used and chromatography was performed with a flux of 200 μL/min using acetonitrile: H2O (+0.1% formic acid) as mobile phase in a gradient of 0–5 min 60% of acetonitrile, from 5 to 30 min 60–100% of acetonitrile. Proteus: Proteus mirabilis blood agar. The production of phytohormones such IAA is another factor influencing plant growth. Characterization and comparison of, https://www.dalynn.com/dyn/ck_assets/files/tech/PB65.pdf, https://catalog.hardydiagnostics.com/cp_prod/Content/hugo/BileEscAgar.htm. System. Synopsis. Bruce, S. K., Schick, D. G., Tanaka, L., Jimenez, E. M., & Montgomerie, J. Turning the table: plants consume microbes as a source of nutrients. The Figure 2A shows the mass spectrum protein profiles of bacteria and the results were validated with reference strains stored in the database of MALDI Biotyper Compass Satellite SoftwareTM (Bruker) and shows that C2 is Enterobacter cloacae (score 2.29) and RU1E is Klebsiella pneumoniae (score 2.26). Red to pink flat colonies; green metallic sheen over colonies. The phylogenetic tree clearly showed that E. cloacae (C2) shared 100% similarity with E. cloacae KP7988817.1 (Figure 2A), isolated from shoot tips of banana Cavendish Grand Naine (Sekhar and Thomas, 2015). Interestingly the fresh weight was statistically different between active E. cloacae cells (2.09g ± 0.75g) and heat-killed E. cloacae (1.125g ± 0.25g); no differences were observed among the other bacterial treatments, but the fresh weight was lower for MMN treatment (−0.525g ± 0.63g). doi: 10.1016/j.bios.2017.07.039, Liu, H., Zhang, L., Meng, A., Zhang, J., Xie, M., Qin, Y., et al. Spirit Blue Agar … Plant. Plants in the MMN treatment survived the entire experiment, but loss of biomass was up to 30% from initial weight, only 2 slightly chlorotic leaves and the number of roots diminished 29%, which indicates that the plants did not have enough nutrients to produce or maintain roots and grow aboveground. Light-purple color colonies surrounded by red color swarming. No use, distribution or reproduction is permitted which does not comply with these terms. 09/51850-9 and 14/50316-7) for financial support. PCR assays for the detection and identification of Enterobacter … (2007). Enterobacter cloacae may be a keystone member of the microbial community of banana plants that serves as growth promoter and to confers tolerance to stress to plants (Yaish et al., 2015; Andrea-Barrao et al., 2017; Niu et al., 2017; Singh et al., 2017). Biosens. I am doing an unknown and am not sure if I have E. coli or E. aerogenes. (2012). Fresh leaves (0.1 g) from plants under all treatments were frozen in liquid N2 and ground to a fine powder using mortar and pestle. Fig. 170, 265–270. BV-S contributed to data analysis, data interpretation, and writing the manuscript. Increases in fresh weights and heights due to addition of AC and HKC bacteria was for E. cloacae 100 and 60%, for K. pneumoniae 55 and 38%, and for E. coli 55 and 50%, respectively. doi: 10.1093/aobpla/plu093, White, J. F., Crawford, H., Torres, M. S., Mattera, R., Irizarry, I., and Bergen, M. (2012). pneumoniae, (C) 15NE. Proteus vulgaris blood agar. World J. Microbiol. Last updated 2012. Identification and characterization of inorganic-phosphate-solubilizing bacteria from agricultural fields with a rapid isolation method. Colorless smooth and translucent colonies. The rod shaped Enterobacteriaceae exists in a variety of sizes; are not spore forming; are both motile (with peritrichous flagella) or nonmotile; … Identification of bacterial endophytes, (A) Comparison of mass spectrum protein profiles of bacterial isolates with database of MALDI Biotyper Compass Explorer software version 4.1.60. The halo color in this test ranges from yellow to orange, indicative of the type of siderophore produced (orange is indicative for hydroxamates) (Bertrand et al., 2009). Natl. The bacterial colonies were selected, sub-cultured and purified. (C) The red arrow indicates formation of outer membrane vesicles (OMV) on the surface of Ec cells, which is not present in Kp all over the bacterial cell at 2 μm. Seven of 50 Enterobacter cloacae strains from clinical isolates produced small turbid zones of hemolysis in horse and sheep blood agar plates, and the culture supernatants were also positive for hemolytic activity. The cells were fixed in 2.5% glutaraldehyde for 1 h followed by 4 washes with 0.1 M cacodylate buffer pH 7.2 for 1 h each. Mol. Molecular diagnostics for the Sigatoka disease complex of banana. Bananas (Musa spp.) The use, distribution or reproduction in other forums is permitted, provided the original author(s) and the copyright owner(s) are credited and that the original publication in this journal is cited, in accordance with accepted academic practice. This bacterium is commonly found is a hospital setting where patients have compromised immune systems. doi: 10.1016/j.pmpp.2017.11.003, Singh, R. P., Jha, P., and Jha, P. N. (2017). Plants inoculated with all other microbes were free of any evidence of internal colonization of bacteria. Plant Cell Tiss. During in vitro inoculation with the two endophytes and the non-endophyte E. coli (as control), we observed that they support growth of banana plants compared to negative (water) and positive (MMN solution) controls. The hemolysin was partially purified from the culture supernatant of E. cloacae … Enterobacter cloacae morphology, colony morphology. Arch. Evolutionary analyses were conducted in MEGA7 (Kumar et al., 2016). (1997). Cavendish Grand Naine’ and showed antagonistic activities toward Fusarium oxysporum cubense and capability for promotion of plant growth (Wang et al., 2010, 2012; Liu L. et al., 2016; Patel et al., 2018). Bacterial endophytes from rice cut grass (Leersia oryzoides L.) increase growth, promote root gravitropic response, stimulate root hair formation, and protect rice seedlings from disease. Enterobacter and Klebsiella have been commonly reported as endophytic diazotrophs in banana and other plants (Thomas et al., 2008; Thomas and Soly, 2009; Martínez-Rodríguez et al., 2014; Verma et al., 2018). Simplified and representative bacterial community of maize roots. K. pneumoniae shows clusters of cells with rod-like morphology, measuring 0.3–1.0 μm wide and 0.6–6.0 μm in length, possessing lateral flagella and multiple pili; without vesicles (Figures 3D–F). 3-4 mm. All Enterobacteriaceae have similar metabolic pathways and do not form … 8:2023. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2017.02023, Anzarlou, M., Abeln, E. C. A., Kema, G. H. J., Waalwijk, C., Carlier, J., de Vries, I., et al. Here, both bacteria exhibit antagonistic activity against strains Mf-1 and 102 of P. fijiensis. Biochemical Test of Enterobacter aerogenes. For a long time there has been concern about plant beneficial endophytes because they are closely related to human and animal opportunistic and pathogenic microbes (Rosenblueth et al., 2004; Mishra et al., 2017; Lima et al., 2018). Microbiol. Sign in | Recent Site Activity | Report Abuse | Print Page | Powered By Google Sites | Recent Site Activity | Report Abuse | Print Page | Powered By Google Sites Upper: Representation of banana plant health and root system inoculated with active cells (AC) and heat-killed cells (HKC) and Mineral Nutrient Solution (MMN). Codon positions included were 1st + 2nd + 3rd + Non-coding. Anton Van Leeuwenhoek 107, 1519–1532. The excess of HCl was removed by adding 500 μL of water, mixing and centrifuging at 11,200 × g for 10 min, three times. Nevertheless, there were no significant statistical differences for leaf emission and root lengths with biological treatments, but there were significant differences between each of the treatments and the MMN treatment (Figure 5). doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0138235, Rédei, G. P. (2008). 2012/12663-1, CEPID Redoxoma No. PCR amplification of the NifH gene as a biomarker and Acetylene Reduction Assay (ARA) are generally accepted as the most accurate test to determine diazotrophy, but some studies have shown high correlation between the molecular method, the chromatographic method and the growth on nitrogen-free media (Roesch et al., 2007; Radhapriya et al., 2018). Yellow colonies with acid production that changes the pH of the medium. Green indicates matched peaks, red mismatched peaks, and yellow intermediate peaks (B) phylogenetic analysis of 16srRNA sequences of the two endophytic strains and their comparison with another reported banana endophytic strains. The Dienes phenomenon: competition and territoriality in Swarming Proteus mirabilis. Isolation and characterization of endophytic plant growth-promoting bacteria from date palm tree (Phoenix dactylifera L.) and their potential role in salinity tolerance. Tiny, almost invisible, shiny grey, translucent “spots’;1 to 2 mm irregular, grey-white to slightly yellow in color with raised, irregular, “fried egg” appearance, which becomes prominent as the culture ages. doi: 10.1007/s10534-009-9253-0, Bhise, K. K., Bhagwat, P. K., and Dandge, P. B. Sachdev, D. P., Chaudhari, H. G., Kasture, V. M., Dhavale, D. D., and Chopade, B. A future scenario for agriculture is that many soils will have low nutrient content, high salinity, low moisture levels, and require expensive chemical fertilizers and other agrochemical inputs for crop production. Plant Pathol. However, E. cloacae shows resistance to eight of twelve antibiotics (Supplementary Table S1), both methods are provided in Supplementary Material. Red colonies with black centers; media itself turn red due to growth. Immediately a 3 mm PDA layer was overlaid onto inoculated agar, so that bacteria do not come into direct contact with the mycelial mat, then incubated at 30°C for 24 h. Mycelial pellets 3 mm in diameter were inoculated on the agar (as shown in Figure 1). Plants were inoculated with bacteria as was previously described for plant growth experiments. Plant Growth Regul. Alpha hemolytic species produce alpha-hemolysin which reduces hemoglobin (red) to … D5A. Wang, Y. G., Sun, J. Principle. 2011.1.9352.1.8) and John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation (PDM Fellowship) for financial support. PLoS One 12:e0187383. Biol. Transparent colorless colonies with no zone of precipitation. Based on MS analysis, 15N transference from K. pneumoniae and E. coli was efficient since the four nitrogen atoms in pheophytin were labeled, while E. cloacae produced only three, even though this bacterium showed the best promotion of plant growth among these microorganisms. Genetic variability of phosphate solubilizing activity by monocaryotic and dicaryotic mycelia of ectomycorrhizal fungus Laccaria bicolor (Maire). Rep. 4:6938. doi: 10.1038/srep06938, Bertrand, S., Larcher, G., Landreau, A., Richomme, P., Duval, O., and Bouchara, J. P. (2009). E. cloacae and K. pneumoniae are classified as potential human pathogens. The data points are the mean values ± standard error of the mean from three independent experiments comparing 14N and 15N-labeled bacteria. Until now, it has only been reported that endophytes in genus Bacillus are antagonistic to P. fijiensis (Ceballos et al., 2012). Genetic studies will be realized to provide a better understanding of the mechanism involved in banana-E. cloacae interaction and could be further exploited to produce a biological agent to improve banana cultivation. According to results shown in Figure 6, plants have 15N in pheophytin, a molecule derived from plant chlorophylls. Some endophytic bacteria have demonstrated the ability to inhibit pathogenic fungi from their host plants. Morphology: large, smooth, flat colonies with entire margin without beta hemolysis. for nitrogen fixation and auxin production in multiple field sites in southern Brazil. Complete genome sequence analysis of Enterobacter sp. Plants were inoculated with active (AC) or heat-killed bacterial cells (HKC), to distinguish the role of active endophytic bacteria on plant nutrition. Circular, dome-shaped, mucoid, opaque cream-colored colonies. The bacterial suspension was incubated at 30°C for 72 h in darkness without agitation and then centrifuged at 1792 × g for 20 min at 4°C, and 2 mL of the supernatant were transferred to a Falcon tube and 2 mL of Salkowsky reagent was added (Gorden and Weber, 1951). Sci. The abundance of the isotopomer 876.5 m/z was highest for inoculation with active K. pneumoniae and active E. coli, meaning 15N incorporation in the four nitrogen atoms of pheophytin. The samples were analyzed in a mass spectrometer MALDI-TOF (AutoFlex Speed, Bruker; Bremen Daltonics, Germany). A proposed mechanism for nitrogen acquisition by grass seedlings through oxidation of symbiotic bacteria. Flat, colorless colonies; 2-3 mm diameter. J. Appl. Annu. Plant Physiol. Sci. Lett. For RU1E strain two species were proposed by the Biotyper database: K. pneumoniae and K. variicola. 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