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Succession of mycorrhizal fungi in stands of Pinus sylvestris in the Netherlands






Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 28(1-4): 503-507

Succession of mycorrhizal fungi in stands of Pinus sylvestris in the Netherlands

Mycorrhizal fungi were studied in 1986 and 1987 in 29 plots of P. sylvestris, differing in stand age (5-13 and 50-80 years) and in forest age (1st generation or older).

Accession: 001959714

DOI: 10.1016/0167-8809(90)90088-u

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