Roles of arbuscular mycorrhizas
in plant nutrition and growth: new paradigms from cellular to ecosystem scales.
and dark septate fungi in Lycopodium paniculatum (Lycopodiaceae) and Equisetum bogotense (Equisetaceae) in a Valdivian temperate forest of Patagonia, Argentina.
Agroecology: the key role of arbuscular mycorrhizas
in ecosystem services.
and their significance in promoting soil-plant systems sustainability against environmental stresses.
Phosphorus and intraspecific density alter plant responses to arbuscular mycorrhizas
Nitrogen fertilization alters the functioning of arbuscular mycorrhizas
at two semiarid grasslands.
and biological control of soil-borne plant pathogens--an overview of the mechanisms involved.
Soil microbiological indicators, such as microbial biomass carbon (MBC), the formation of arbuscular mycorrhizas
(AM) and potentially mineralisable nitrogen (PMN), have been regarded as particularly useful (Ross et al.
enhance nutrient uptake in different wheat genotypes at high salinity levels under field and greenhouse conditions.
Contribution of arbuscular mycorrhizas
to biological protection of micropropagated pineapple (Ananas comosus (L.
Mycorrhizal associations formed by Glomeromycotan fungi are known as arbuscular mycorrhizas
or vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizas
, and abbreviated as VAM (Brundrett et al.
The effects of arbuscular mycorrhizas
on soil aggregation depend on the interaction between plant and fungal species.