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M. Sc. Gylaine Vanissa Tchuisseu Tchakounte

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Gylaine Vanissa Tchuisseu Tchakounte

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The Response of Maize to Inoculation with Arthrobacter sp. and Bacillus sp. in Phosphorus-Deficient, Salinity-Affected Soil

Tchakounte, V.T.G.; Berger, B.; Patz, S.; Becker, M.; Turečková, V.; Novák, O.; Tarkowská, D.; Henri, F.; Ruppel, S. (2020). The Response of Maize to Inoculation with Arthrobacter sp. and Bacillus sp. in Phosphorus-Deficient, Salinity-Affected Soil.  Microorganisms, Vol. 8, 1005.

DOI:10.3390/microorganisms8071005

Community structure and plant growth-promoting potential of cultivable bacteria isolated from Cameroon soil

Tchuisseu Tchakounté, G.V.; Berger, B.; Patz, S.; Fankem, H.; Ruppel, S. 2018. Community structure and plant growth-promoting potential of cultivable bacteria isolated from Cameroon soil. Microbiological Research 214, 47-59.

DOI: 10.1016/j.micres.2018.05.008

Comparative genomics reveal a flagellar system, a type VI secretion system and plant growth-promoting gene clusters unique to the endophytic bacterium Kosakonia radicincitans

Becker, M.; Patz, S.; Becker, Y.; Berger, B.; Drungowski, M.; Bunk, B.; Overmann, J.; Spröer, C.; Reetz, J.; Tchuisseu Tchakounté, G.V.; Ruppel, S. 2018. Comparative genomics reveal a flagellar system, a type VI secretion system and plant growth-promoting gene clusters unique to the endophytic bacterium Kosakonia radicincitans. Frontiers in Microbiology 9:1997.

DOI: 10.3389/fmicb.2018.01997

Data on molecular identification, phylogeny and in vitro characterization of bacteria isolated from maize rhizosphere in Cameroon

Tchuisseu Tchakounte G.V.; Berger, B.; Patz, S.; Fankem, H.; Ruppel, S. 2018. Data on molecular identification, phylogeny and in vitro characterization of bacteria isolated from maize rhizosphere in Cameroon. Data in Brief 19, 1410-1417.

DOI: 10.1016/j.dib.2018.06.003

Monographie

Assessing the role of native plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) isolated from Cameroonian soil as bio-inoculant in improving plant growth

Tchakounte, Vanissa 2020: Assessing the role of native plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) isolated from Cameroonian soil as bio-inoculant in improving plant growth. Lebenswissenschaftliche Fakultät der Martin-Luther-Universität zu Berlin, 129 S.

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Community structure and plant growth-promoting potential of cultivable bacteria isolated from Cameroon soil

Tchuisseu Tchakounté, GV.; Berger, B.; Patz, S.; Fankem, H.; Ruppel, S. 2018. Community structure and plant growth-promoting potential of cultivable bacteria isolated from Cameroon soil. The Plant Microbiome, Book of Abstracts, 45.

Community structure and plant growth-promoting potential of cultivable bacteria isolated from Cameroon soil

Tchuisseu Tchakounté, GV.; Berger, B.; Patz, S.; Fankem ,H.; Ruppel, S. 2017. Community structure and plant growth-promoting potential of cultivable bacteria isolated from Cameroon soil. Communicating Science-Connecting Worlds, Plants and People Conference. Book of Abstracts, 77.

Maize (Zea mays) growth promotion by rock-phosphate solubilizing bacteria isolated from nutrient deficient soils of Cameroon

Tchuisseu Tchakounté, G.V.; Berger, B.;  Fankem, H.; Silke, R., 2016. Maize (Zea mays) growth promotion by rock-phosphate solubilizing bacteria isolated from nutrient deficient soils of Cameroon. 7th  European Plant Science Retreat, June 20 – 23, 2016, book of abstracts, p. 54.

Maize (Zea mays) growth promotion by rock-phosphate solubilizing bacteria isolated from nutrient deficient soils of Cameroon

Tchuisseu Tchakounté, GV.; Fankem ,H.; Berger, B.; Ruppel, S. 2016. Maize (Zea mays) growth promotion by rock-phosphate solubilizing bacteria isolated from nutrient deficient soils of Cameroon. 7th European Plant Science Retreat. Book of Abstracts, 54.

Phosphate solubilizing microorganisms as fertility tools for nutrient deficient soils of Cameroon

Tchuisseu Tchakounté, GV.;Fankem, H.; Berger, B.; Ruppel, S. 2016. Phosphate solubilizing microorganisms as fertility tools for nutrient deficient soils of Cameroon.  Phosphorus 2020 – Challenges for Synthesis, Agriculture, and Ecosystems 8th International Phosphorus Workshop (IPW8). Book of Abstracts, 187.

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