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Arbuscular mycorrhizas in Dicorynia guianensis and Eperua falcata trees from primary tropical rain forest of French Guiana



Arbuscular mycorrhizas in Dicorynia guianensis and Eperua falcata trees from primary tropical rain forest of French Guiana



Symbiosis Rehovot 31(4): 283-291



A study was conducted in three sites (Grand Plateau, Petit Plateau and Paracou) of the primary rain forest of French Guiana to determine the most probable number of arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungal propagules, spore density and mycorrhizal colonization in Dicorynia guianensis and Eperua falcata trees. A high number of propagules (17-230 per g of soil) and number of spores (50-154 per g of soil) were found in the rhizosphere soil of both trees.

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