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Studies on the fungi in the root region. VIII. Qualitative studies on fungi in the rhizosphere of dwarf bean plants



Studies on the fungi in the root region. VIII. Qualitative studies on fungi in the rhizosphere of dwarf bean plants



Pl. Soil 31: 299-210



There were small differences between the rhizosphere and non-rhizosphere mycoflora. Fusarium spp., Mucor spp., Cylindrocarpon radicicola, Vari-cosporium elodea and Humicola grisea were more abundant in the rhizosphere, whereas Trichoderma viride was more frequently observed in non-rhizosphere soil. Fusarium spp. increased in frequency up to the stage of pod maturity and decreased thereafter. Mucor spp. and C. radicicola increased with plant age, and the converse was true for T. viride.

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