2001
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-33062001000200002
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Abstract: Recebido em 17/11/99. Aceito em 15/02/01 RESUMO RESUMO RESUMO RESUMO RESUMO -----(Micorrizas arbusculares em espécies de Commelinidae (Liliopsida) no Estado de Pernambuco (Brasil). Micorrizas são associações simbióticas mutualísticas formadas entre fungos e raízes de plantas, sendo o principal benefício para a planta o aumento do aporte de nutrientes. Agronomicamente, a micorriza arbuscular (MA) é o tipo mais importante de micorrizas e apresenta-se distribuído na maioria dos ecossistemas. O objetivo deste trab… Show more

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“…Species in Eriocaulon have adaptations to cope with an extreme shortage of soil nutrients like N and P. In addition, plants of Eriocaulon are evergreen, and any nutrient investment in leaves is amortized over an extended period, which considerably reduces its reliance on soil resources and subsequently on AM association (Keddy 2010). Like other species of the genus, M. nudiflora was nonmycorrhizal in the present study (Logan et al 1989;Brundrett et al 1995;Tester et al 1987;Silva et al 2001;Muthukumar & Udaiyan 2000a). However, non-functional mycorrhiza (lacking arbuscules) has been reported in Murdannia semiteres by Radhika & Rodrigues (2007).…”
Section: Incidence Of Am Fungal Colonization In Lithophytessupporting
confidence: 54%
“…Species in Eriocaulon have adaptations to cope with an extreme shortage of soil nutrients like N and P. In addition, plants of Eriocaulon are evergreen, and any nutrient investment in leaves is amortized over an extended period, which considerably reduces its reliance on soil resources and subsequently on AM association (Keddy 2010). Like other species of the genus, M. nudiflora was nonmycorrhizal in the present study (Logan et al 1989;Brundrett et al 1995;Tester et al 1987;Silva et al 2001;Muthukumar & Udaiyan 2000a). However, non-functional mycorrhiza (lacking arbuscules) has been reported in Murdannia semiteres by Radhika & Rodrigues (2007).…”
Section: Incidence Of Am Fungal Colonization In Lithophytessupporting
confidence: 54%
“…Em áreas semi-áridas naturais, Reeves et al (1979) encontraram mais de 90% das plantas micorrizadas. Em áreas de caatinga no Estado de Pernambuco, entre nove espécies de monocotiledôneas coletadas, seis apresentaram percentuais de colonização variando de 22% a 50% (Silva et al 2001b). Por outro lado, em outras oito espécies de monocotiledôneas coletadas também em área de caatinga, no mesmo Estado, Santos et al (2000) encontram apenas dois espécimes associados a FMA.…”
Section: Discussionunclassified
“…The occurrence of mycorrhizal association in endemic plants has been reported previously in the literature (Bashan et al, 2007;Flynn, 1992;Gemma, 2002;Silva et al, 2001), however, reports on the mycorrhizal status of Eriocaulaceae plants are scarce. Mycorrhizal colonization up to 20% was registered in Tonina fluviatilis Aubl.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 91%