The molecular basis for construction of highly productive ecologically sustainable agrocenoses
The methodology is suggested for analyzing the variability and heredity in super-organism genetic systems of different complexity ranging from two-component plant-microbe and animal-microbe symbiosis to the endosymbiotic and soil microbe communities. The approaches based on symbiogenetics and metagenomics may be used for development of highly productive ecologically sustainable agrocenoses based on the substitution of agrochemicals (mineral fertilizers, pesticides) by microbe preparations. A possibility to use the natural analogs of agrocenoses for creation of the models that allowed performing the directed construction and improvement of productivity in the sustainable agricultural systems is emphasized.
Keywordssymbiogenetics metagenomics agrocenoses microbe communities evolution of symbioses super-organism genetic systems microbe-plant symbiotic N2-fixation
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