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Extracellular phosphatases and phosphate nutrition in ectomycorrhizal fungi and host plants



Extracellular phosphatases and phosphate nutrition in ectomycorrhizal fungi and host plants



Physiologie Vegetale 24(2): 173-184



The effect of phosphorus starvation on the extracellular phosphatases of Pinus halepensis and P. pinaster and of higher fungi, in association or not, was studied. P deficiency of the medium caused an increase in accessible phosphatase activities. No differences were found in the behaviour of phosphatases produced by mycorrhizal or saprophytic fungi.

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