A fraction of these plant derived small organic molecules is further metabolized by microorganisms in the vicinity as carbon and nitrogen sources and some microbe oriented molecules are subsequently re taken up by plants for growth and development kang et al 2010 indeed carbon fluxes are critical determinants of rhizosphere function. Johnson db schippers a editorial recent advances in acidophile microbiology fundamentals and applications mutualism interaction definition symbiosis types and examples commensalism interaction definition types and examples parasitism interaction definition and types with examples biotic factors definition types examples and factors affecting abiotic factors definition . Parasitism is a symbiosis in which two phylogenetically unrelated organisms coexist over a prolonged period of time in this type of association one organism usually the physically smaller of the two called the parasite benefits and the other called the host is harmed to some measurable extent the activities of various hyperparasites ie those agents that parasitize plant pathogens . Here we review advances and emerging directions within the plant sciences that may bolster yield defining traits and resilience fig 2 box 1 fig 2 paths to increased crop yield in suboptimal
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