endomycorrhiza


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endomycorrhiza

(ˌɛndəʊˌmaɪkəʊˈraɪzə)
n
another name for endotrophic mycorrhiza
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endomycorhize
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[29.] Azcon R, Azcon-Aguilar C and JM Barea Effects of plant hormones present in bacterial cultures on the formation and responses to VA endomycorrhiza. New Phytologist.1978; 80(2): 359-364.
The most reported endomycorrhiza group is commonly referred to as vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza (VAM) or arbuscular mycorrhiza (AM) because of their morphological features, the arbuscules and vesicles, which are used for transportation and storage of materials, respectively [6, 10].
is function to culture conditions (36), and function to phosphorus content culture medium in sterile conditions; an ectomycorrhiza in high phosphorus level and ectendomycorrhiza in culture lacking phosphorus or an endomycorrhiza present in deficient level of available phosphorus (37).
Cytology, histochemistry and immunocytochemistry as tools for studying structure and function in endomycorrhiza. Methods in Microbiology, Amsterdam, v.24, p.109-139, 1992.
Influence of phosphorus and endomycorrhiza (Glomus intradices) on gas exchange and plant growth of Chile ancho pepper (Capsicum annuum cv.
"Through her work, ERDB has produced pure inoculants of endomycorrhiza which now have two approved patents from the Bureau of Patents of the Intellectual Property Office-Philippines," said the DENR.
On morphoanatomical basis, mycorrhizas are categorised into three different groups, namely ectomycorrhiza, endomycorrhiza and ectendomycorrhiza.
The VA endomycorrhiza and its effect on the development of three arborus legumes In: Proc.
The taxonomic position of plant and fungal partners defines the types of mycorrhiza, the main distinction of which is between endomycorrhiza and ectomycorrhiza.
There are two types of mycorrhizae: endomycorrhiza, in which the fungus penetrates the cells of the root, and ectomycorrhiza, in which the fungus grows between the cells and covers the root.