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Ecological aspects of the actinorhizal plants growing in the basin of Mexico



Ecological aspects of the actinorhizal plants growing in the basin of Mexico



Nitrogen Fixing Tree Research Reports 8: 42-47



Ecological data are reported for 8 species/subspecies of actinorhizal trees and shrubs growing in the Basin of Mexico, from surveys carried out from August 1986 to May 1989. The data included site environmental and soil properties (plant community type; soil pH, organic matter, N and P contents) and symbiotic status (nodulation and ectomycorrhizal or VAM status).

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