The vast majority of terrestrial plant species form symbiotic associations mycorrhizal fungi, with arbuscular
mycorrhizae (AM) the most common type (Smith and Read, 1997; Quilambo, 2003).
Boomsma CR, Vyn TJ (2008) Maize drought tolerance: potential improvements through arbuscular
Also contributing to the development of cuttings is the use of arbuscular
mycorrhizal fungi (AMF).
mycorrhizal fungi; citrus; phytohormone; salt stress.
Earthworms and arbuscular
mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) modify soil physical and chemical properties.
Effect of arbuscular
mycorrhizal fungi on growth and on micronutrient and macronutrient uptake and allocation in olive plantlets growing under high total Mn levels.
mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) are soil microorganisms that establish a mutualistic association with most vascular plants, where the plant provides energy substrate through photoassimilates to the fungus, which in turn, using its external mycelium, captures soil nutrients and transfers them to the host plant, providing greater plant growth (GENRE; BONFANTE 2010).
In the one hand, mulberry which has strong resistance to drought with the symbiosis between arbuscular
mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) and mulberry roots is easy to survive.
Their topics include mapping and exploiting the tea genome, the role of arbuscular
mycorrhizal fungi in tea cultivation, pesticide residues in tea: challenges in detection and control, the potential role for tea in combating chronic disease, and supporting smallholders in tea cultivation.