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Advances in mycorrhizal science and technology / Damase Khasa, Yves Piché, Andrew P. Coughlan.

By: Khasa, Damase.
Contributor(s): Piché, Yves | Coughlan, Andrew P | , 1950-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Ottawa : Wallingford : NRC-CNRC ; CABI, 2009Description: xiii, 197 p. : ill., maps ; 29 cm.ISBN: 9781845935863; 1845935861.Subject(s): Mycorrhizal fungi | Mycorrhizal plants | MycorrhizasDDC classification: 579.517
Contents:
Mycorrhizae in Canadian forest and agricultural ecosystems From a germinating spore to an established arbuscular mycorrhiza: signalling and regulation Growth and branching of asymbiotic, presymbiotic and extraradical AM fungal hyphae: clarification of concepts and terminology Interactions between arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and soil microorganisms Arbuscular mycorrhiza: where nature and industry meet The relative field mycorrhizal dependency concept and its usefulness in agronomy
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579.3 RUS Introduction to Bacteriology 579.3135 Advanced Bacterial Genetics / 579.5 RAI Applied mycology / 579.517 KHA Advances in mycorrhizal science and technology / 579.8 BOR The physiology of microalgae 580 LAC Plant biology / 580 MAU Botany :

Mycorrhizae in Canadian forest and agricultural ecosystems From a germinating spore to an established arbuscular mycorrhiza: signalling and regulation Growth and branching of asymbiotic, presymbiotic and extraradical AM fungal hyphae: clarification of concepts and terminology Interactions between arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and soil microorganisms Arbuscular mycorrhiza: where nature and industry meet The relative field mycorrhizal dependency concept and its usefulness in agronomy

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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