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Rhizoremediation of petroleum hydrocarbons: a model system for plant microbiome manipulation

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Phytoremediation is a green and sustainable alternative to physico-chemical methods for contaminated soil remediation. One of the flavours of phytoremediation is rhizoremediation, where plant roots stimulate soil microbes to degrade organic contaminants. This approach is particularly interesting as it takes advantage of naturally evolved interaction mechanisms between plant and microorganisms and often results in a complete mineralization of the contaminants (i.e. transformation to water and CO2 ). However, many biotic and abiotic factors influence the outcome of this interaction, resulting in variable efficiency of the remediation process. The difficulty to predict precisely the timeframe associated with rhizoremediation leads to low adoption rates of this green technology. Here, we review recent literature related to rhizoremediation, with a particular focus on soil organisms. We then expand on the potential of rhizoremediation to be a model plant-microbe interaction system for microbiome manipulation studies.

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pasteur-01855837 , version 1 (08-08-2018)

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Armand Correa-García, Armand Pande, Armand Séguin, Marc St-Arnaud, Etienne Yergeau. Rhizoremediation of petroleum hydrocarbons: a model system for plant microbiome manipulation. Microbial Biotechnology, In press, ⟨10.1111/1751-7915.13303⟩. ⟨pasteur-01855837⟩

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