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Patterns of plant naturalization show that facultative mycorrhizal plants are more likely to succeed outside their native Eurasian ranges
(Wiley Blackwell Publishing, Inc, 2020-02)
The naturalization of an introduced species is a key stage during the invasion process. Therefore, identifying the traits that favor the naturalization of non-native species can help understand why some species are more ...
Restoring grasslands with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi around remnant patches
(Wiley Blackwell Publishing, Inc, 2016-01)
Ecological restoration of species-rich grasslands remains a priority for conservation of biodiversity. Torrez et al. (Applied Vegetation Science, this issue) determined if plant species recolonization of degraded nutrient-poor ...
Variability in colonization of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and its effect on mycorrhizal dependency of improved and unimproved soybean cultivars
(National Research Council Canada-NRC Research Press, 2016-07)
Breeding selection of germplasm under fertilized conditions may reduce the frequency of genes that promote mycorrhizal associations. This study was developed to compare variability in mycorrhizal colonization and its effect ...
Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi Associated with Bamboo Under Cerrado Brazilian Vegetation
Most studies on bamboo have evaluated their commercial use but few have investigated their associated arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF). These symbiont fungi are fundamental on plant growth, nutrient cycling, biodiversity ...
The mycorrhizal dependence of subordinates determines the effect of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on plant diversity
(Wiley Blackwell Publishing, Inc, 2003-04-14)
It is widely recognized that arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) influence plant community structure. Several studies in the past few years have focused on the effect of AMF on plant diversity, showing contradictory results. ...
Seasonal Variation in Mycorrhizal Community of Different Cerrado Phytophysiomies
(Frontiers Media Sa, 2020-10-26)
Purpose: Understanding the dynamics of mycorrhizal fungi in the Cerrado is fundamental for the adoption of conservation practices and for understanding the resilience of this biome in relation to long periods of drought. ...
Mycorrhizal specificity of the invasive orchid Oeceoclades maculata in Puerto Rico
(External Scientific Advisory Committe (ESAC), 2012)