2006
DOI: 10.1590/s1415-43662006000300011
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Estudos sobre fungos micorrízicos

Abstract: RESUMOEste artigo faz uma abordagem sobre as interações micorrízicas, caracteriza os tipos de fungos micorrízicos, identifica os pontos importantes na utilização prática desses fungos e apresenta informações atualizadas sobre o assunto. As técnicas da ciência moderna formaram as bases da micorrizalogia, que se espalhou pelo mundo e representa, hoje importante ramo interdisciplinar das Ciências Biológicas, com grandes possibilidades para a exploração comercial, com o objetivo de aumentar a produção de madeira, … Show more

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“…This result is unexpected because each species of AMF carries different amounts of P, causing different effects on their growth, as observed by other authors (Faria et al, 1995;Machineski et al, 2009;Mello et al, 2012;Shukla et al, 2012;Angelini et al, 2013) The change in size of the largest leaf observed between treatments may reflect a differentiated absorption of nutrients between AMF species, since mycorrhizal fungi cause several benefits to growth, just as a bio-fertilizer, helping to balance plant nutrition (Soares & Carneiro, 2010) and conferring greater vigor (Stürmer & Siqueira, 2013). The evaluation of this feature of the plan is important because it is related to the establishment and increased survival in field (Souza et al, 2006;Soares & Carneiro, 2010;Angelini et al, 2013), because larger leaves are directly related to greater photosynthetic potential.…”
Section: Amf Speciesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This result is unexpected because each species of AMF carries different amounts of P, causing different effects on their growth, as observed by other authors (Faria et al, 1995;Machineski et al, 2009;Mello et al, 2012;Shukla et al, 2012;Angelini et al, 2013) The change in size of the largest leaf observed between treatments may reflect a differentiated absorption of nutrients between AMF species, since mycorrhizal fungi cause several benefits to growth, just as a bio-fertilizer, helping to balance plant nutrition (Soares & Carneiro, 2010) and conferring greater vigor (Stürmer & Siqueira, 2013). The evaluation of this feature of the plan is important because it is related to the establishment and increased survival in field (Souza et al, 2006;Soares & Carneiro, 2010;Angelini et al, 2013), because larger leaves are directly related to greater photosynthetic potential.…”
Section: Amf Speciesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A associação ectomicorrízica modifica a arquitetura das raízes (BRUNDRETT, 2008). As hifas geralmente desempenham o papel dos pelos radiculares (SOUZA et al, 2006), os quais estão ausentes em raízes ectomicorrizadas, além disso, estas raízes geralmente são mais curtas e muito ramificadas (RAVEN; EVERT; EICHHORN, 2007). É mais eficiente para a planta, com relação ao gasto de energia, possibilitar maior desenvolvimento de hifas, do que produzir raízes (MOREIRA; SIQUEIRA, 2006).…”
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“…A ocorrência deste filo é mais frequente na floresta, onde desempenham papel de extrema importância para a manutenção dos ambientes, especialmente os ecossistemas florestais (SOUZA et al, 2006 Dennis (1970), Singer (1975Singer ( , 1986 e Pegler (1977). O sistema de classificação utilizado foi o proposto por Singer (1986).…”
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