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Abundances and vertical distributions of mycorrhizae in plains and barrens forest soils from the new jersey usa pine barrens

Abundances and vertical distributions of mycorrhizae in plains and barrens forest soils from the new jersey usa pine barrens

Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 108(2): 268-271

Soil cores were extracted from Plains and Barrens forest soils, divided into top, middle and lower 7.0-cm subsamples, and examined for total numbers of active mycorrhizal hyphal tips. Plains soils had active mycorrhizal hyphal densities .apprx. 5 times > Barrens soils. Active hyphal tips were more evenly distributed throughout the soil profile. Plains soils than in Barrens soils. More than 70% of the active hyphae in Barrens soils were found in the top 7.0-cm soil. The differences in density and vertical distribution of soil mycorrhizal hyphae between Plains and Barrens forest soils may indicate differences in numbers and distributions of active sites (litter and charcoal) between the sites, and suggest that differences in mineral cycling may exist between Plains and Barrens communities.

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