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Estimation of diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in acid-sulfate soil from Cordoba, Colombia



Estimation of diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in acid-sulfate soil from Cordoba, Colombia



Suelos Ecuatoriales 35(2): 28-33



In Colombia, characterization of arbuscular mycorrhiza in acid sulfate soils is practically nil. Handling and conservation of mycorrhizal fungi is necessary to determine their diversity in the field. Two samplings were made in the municipalities of Monteria, Cerete, San Carlos, and Cienaga de Oro in Cordoba, Colombia.

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