mycorrhiza

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my·cor·rhi·za

or my·co·rhi·za (mī′kə-rī′zə)
n. pl. my·cor·rhi·zae (-zē) or my·cor·rhi·zas or my·co·rhi·zae or my·co·rhi·zas
The symbiotic association of the mycelium of a fungus with the roots of a plant, as is found in the majority of vascular plants.

[myco- + Greek rhiza, root; see wrād- in Indo-European roots.]

my′cor·rhi′zal adj.

mycorrhiza

(ˌmaɪkəˈraɪzə) or

mycorhiza

n, pl -zae (-ziː) or -zas
(Botany) an association of a fungus and a plant in which the fungus lives within or on the outside of the plant's roots forming a symbiotic or parasitic relationship. See ectotrophic mycorrhiza, endotrophic mycorrhiza
[C19: from myco- + Greek rhiza root]
ˌmycorˈrhizal, ˌmycoˈrhizal adj

my•cor•rhi•za

(ˌmaɪ kəˈraɪ zə)

n., pl. -zae (-zē), -zas.
a symbiotic association of the mycelium of a fungus, esp. a basidiomycete, with the roots of certain plants, in which the hyphae form a closely woven mass around the rootlets or penetrate the cells of the root.
[1890–95]
my`cor•rhi′zal, my`co•rhi′zal, adj.
Translations
mycorhize
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Competition between plants of different successional stages: mycorhizae as regulators.
[15.] Kohler-Milleret R, Le Bayon R-C, Chenu C, Gobat J-M, Boivin P (2013) Impact of two root systems, earthworms and mycorhizae on the physical properties of an unstable silt loam luvisol and plant production.
(2009) also stated that microbial activityand acid phophatase activity in arbuscular mycorhizae (AM) inoculated soil would have reduced the rhizospheric pH and contributed the release of Zn from mineral fraction.
Among biofertilizers promoting the crop production are Rhizobia, Azotobacter, Azospirillum, Cyanobacteria, Azolla, Phosphate solubilizing microorganisms and mycorhizae [15].
The presence of the disease-causing agent caused a fall of biomass of 82.5% with a death rate of 100% (table 1) whereas the presence of mycorhizae causes a drop in this rate mortality to 55%.
The compost as substrate (Ct) supports the growth of the seedlings well but does not seem to improve it by comparing it with the peat (Tt) (figures 1 and 3) and the presence of mycorhizae does not have either an effect (Cm).
Tt: Peat without any treatment (pilot) Tm: peat in the presence of the mycorhizae Glomus intrarasdices; Ti: Peat inoculated by Foa; Tmi: Peat in the presence of the mycorhizae Glomus intrarasdices and inoculated by Foa.
Mycorhizae associated with an invasion of Erechites glomerata (Asteraceae) on San Miguel Island, California.
Regulation of plant defense-related genes in arbuscular mycorhizae. Current Advances in Mycorrhizae Research.
Some macro nutrient uptake optimizing by effect of mycorhizae fungi in water stress condition in sorghum plant.
But in treatments that inoculate with mycorhizae, grain yield have a highest value.(table 3).