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- Ruotsalainen, Anna Liisa; Kytöviita, Minna-Maarit
- Oecologia 2004 v.140 no.2 pp. 226-233
- Claroideoglomus claroideum, etc ; Gnaphalium; biomass; carbon sinks; cold zones; endophytes; fungi; host plants; inoculum; leaf area; nitrogen content; nutrient use efficiency; photosynthesis; plant growth; roots; saprotrophs; seed germination; seedlings; seeds; shoots; temperature; vegetation; vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizae; Show all 23 Subjects
- ... Extreme arctic-alpine vegetation has relatively low affinity to form mycorrhizal symbiosis. We asked whether the mycorrhizal growth benefit for the host plant is lower at low temperatures. We investigated the role of two root-associated fungi and temperature in growth, carbon–nitrogen relations and germination of an arctic-alpine herb. Seeds of Gnaphalium norvegicum were germinated at 8° or 15°C w ...
- Takács, Tünde; Biró, I.; Anton, A.; Chaoxing, He
- Agrokémia és talajtan 2006 v.55 no.1 pp. 251
- Claroideoglomus claroideum, etc ; Chernozems; Glomus fasciculatum; Glomus geosporum; Glomus mosseae; Solanum lycopersicum var. lycopersicum; biomass production; climatic factors; growth chambers; host plants; intraspecific variation; mycorrhizal fungi; nutrient uptake; pathogenicity; plant growth; plant nutrition; roots; shoots; sustainable agriculture; symbionts; tomatoes; vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizae; Hungary; Show all 23 Subjects
- ... Arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi are obligatory biotrophic symbionts living in the roots of most terrestrial plants. AM fungi (AMF) have a positive effect on plant growth and plant nutrition, especially under stress conditions. The aim of the present study was to observe the relationship between the mycorrhizal dependency and nutrient uptake of host plants and the rate of AMF colonization in a po ...