2022
DOI: 10.36783/18069657rbcs20210081
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Brazilian scenario of inoculant production: A look at patents

Abstract: Technological advances have demonstrated the need for intellectual property rights, and patent granting is one of its most widespread forms. This includes the protection of inoculant formulations for agriculture, in which Brazil is a leader. This study aimed to analyze the number of patents for formulations of biological inoculants for agriculture in Brazil and the microorganisms used. An advanced search was performed in the National Institute of Industrial Property database, using the title and abstract field… Show more

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“…Some microorganisms can produce iron carriers, which can synthesize chelates with Fe specifically to increase the content of effective iron, thereby promoting the absorption and utilization of iron by plants (Cao et al, 2021). The application of rhizosphere microorganisms to promote plant growth has been widely carried out worldwide (Goswami et al, 2019;Aloo et al, 2021;Oliveira et al, 2022). Thematic evolution map of publications in rhizosphere microorganism from 2012 to 2021.…”
Section: Cluster #5: "Plant Growth Promotion"mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Some microorganisms can produce iron carriers, which can synthesize chelates with Fe specifically to increase the content of effective iron, thereby promoting the absorption and utilization of iron by plants (Cao et al, 2021). The application of rhizosphere microorganisms to promote plant growth has been widely carried out worldwide (Goswami et al, 2019;Aloo et al, 2021;Oliveira et al, 2022). Thematic evolution map of publications in rhizosphere microorganism from 2012 to 2021.…”
Section: Cluster #5: "Plant Growth Promotion"mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The rhizosphere bacteria colonize the roots externally, while the endophytic ones colonize internally. Endophytes, by colonizing plant tissues internally, may be more likely to associate with plants, as they will be protected from the adverse effects of the environment, such as edaphoclimatic variations (rainfall, drought, and pH changes, among others) and competition with other microorganisms [2,3]. PGPB benefits plants through the synthesis of phytohormones, facilitating the absorption of nutrients in the soil by promoting root growth and the synthesis of enzymes such as nitrogenase, nitrate reductase, urease, and catalase; siderophores production; fixation of atmospheric nitrogen; antagonizing plant pathogens; and inducing resistance to biotic and abiotic factors [4][5][6].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Inoculating seeds with bacteria is a common practice in oilseed crops, such as soybeans, as it improves plant development [2]. According to Paravar et al [6], coating seeds with microorganisms is a method that can improve the physiological and physical properties of seeds, as well as plant growth rates, and alleviate biotic and abiotic stresses.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Following advances in the use of bioinoculants, the search for patents on this topic has grown significantly. As of 2020, 76 patent applications had been made in Brazil for agricultural inoculant formulations, although only 16 were granted [ 32 ]. However, considering only patents using endophytic bacteria, an acceptance percentage of around 50% in the number of patents applied for can be observed.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%