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Mycorrhiza : State of the Art, Genetics and Molecular Biology, Eco-Function, Biotechnology, Eco-Physiology, Structure and Systematics.

By: Varma, Ajit.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Springer.Publisher: Berlin : Springer-Verlag Heidelberg, 2008Description: 1 online resource.ISBN: 9783540788263; 3540788263.Subject(s): MycorrhizasLOC classification: QK604.2.M92 | M94 2008Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Mycorrhizal Fungi: What We Know and What Should We Know?; Diversity, Function and Potential Applications of the Root-Associated Endophytes; Structure, Extent and Functional Significance of Belowground Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Networks; Foraging for Resources in Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi: What is an Obligate Symbiont Searching for and How is it Done?; Global Diversity Patterns of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi-Community Composition and Links with Functionality; Mycorrhiza Helper Bacteria.
Summary: This third updated and revised edition strongly emphasises on genetics and molecular biology. It falls into a time period with an exceptionally rapid growth in mycorrhizal research. A vast expansion of interest in mycorrhiza is manifest worldwide, resulting in public awareness that the productivity of plants and the quality of leaves, flowers, fruits and seeds are determined by the activities of root systems and their associated physical, chemical and biological environment. Symbiotic fungi have become an important object of tests to evaluate some of the new opportunities being developed in bi.
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Mycorrhizal Fungi: What We Know and What Should We Know?; Diversity, Function and Potential Applications of the Root-Associated Endophytes; Structure, Extent and Functional Significance of Belowground Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Networks; Foraging for Resources in Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi: What is an Obligate Symbiont Searching for and How is it Done?; Global Diversity Patterns of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi-Community Composition and Links with Functionality; Mycorrhiza Helper Bacteria.

This third updated and revised edition strongly emphasises on genetics and molecular biology. It falls into a time period with an exceptionally rapid growth in mycorrhizal research. A vast expansion of interest in mycorrhiza is manifest worldwide, resulting in public awareness that the productivity of plants and the quality of leaves, flowers, fruits and seeds are determined by the activities of root systems and their associated physical, chemical and biological environment. Symbiotic fungi have become an important object of tests to evaluate some of the new opportunities being developed in bi.

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<p>Ajit Varma is also series editor of our series "Soil Biology".</p>

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