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Mycorrhizal status of some desert plants and their physiological significance



Mycorrhizal status of some desert plants and their physiological significance



Trends in mycorrhizal research Proceedings of the National Conference on Mycorrhiza, held at Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar, India, Feb 14-16, 1990: 160-161



Plants of 24 species from arid regions of Rajasthan were examined; the most vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal infection was present in Amaranthus caudatus, while none was observed in Indigofera cordifolia. All the cacti examined were mycorrhizal. Fourteen species of VAM fungi of 6 genera were isolated from rhizosphere soils, of which most prevalent was Glomus macrocarpum. Spore numbers were highest in winter and declined considerably in summer.

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