Alysha Blomker and Ezinma Herler investigated the role of mycorrhiza
fungi in soil, in order to make soil more resistant to stress factors such as drought.
She added that the enhancement of clonal nursery and rooting facilities was 60-percent complete, while the test on varying concentrations of rooting hormone and mycorrhiza
formulation in rooting batikuling and makaasim stem cuttings is 73-percent complete.
(1989) Effect of different organic manures on the efficiency of VA mycorrhiza
. Agricultural Ecosystem Environmental 29 55-58.
The scientists found that the symbiosis of plant and fungus - the mycorrhiza
- is of particular importance.
(AM) is a symbiotic association formed with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) and 80% of terrestrial plant roots.
formation and growth of Eucalyptus globulus seedlings inoculated with spores of various ectomycorrhizal fungi.
; Cornejo, P Arbuscular mycorrhiza
effects on plant performance under osmotic stress.
It was Albert Bernard Frank (1885), a forest pathologist, who for the first time introduced the term mycorrhiza
. In Greek language "mykes" refers to Fungus and "rhiza" refers to Root.
Wipf, "Agroecology: the key role of arbuscular mycorrhizas
in ecosystem services," Mycorrhiza
Los terminos utilizados fueron: arbuscular, vesicular, mycorrhiza
, dark septate fungi, Mucoromycotina y endophyte en combinacion con las entradas: Pteridophyta, fern, fern allie, gametophyte, sporophyte y cada uno de los generos de helechos incluidos en Smith et al.
The effect of arbuscular mycorrhiza
fungi on the establishment of sour orange (Citrus aurantium) under different levels of phosphorus.
They co-operate: Bluebells are known to co-operate with mycorrhiza
- symbiotic fungi.