2011
DOI: 10.1590/s0006-87052011000200023
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Fungos micorrízicos arbusculares (FMA) em porta-enxertos micropropagados de videira

Abstract: ResumoO uso de fungos micorrízicos na produção de mudas de videira é importante alternativa para acelerar o desenvolvimento inicial das plantas. Este trabalho teve por objetivo avaliar o comportamento de dois FMA sobre o crescimento vegetativo de três porta-enxertos (PE) de videira. Foram utilizados os FMA Glomus etunicatum e Scutellospora heterogama e os PE SO4, Paulsen 1103 e 043-43. Os PE, oriundos de micropropagação, foram transferidos e aclimatizados em copos plásticos de 300 mL e após 58 dias transplanta… Show more

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“…It has been shown that mycorrhizal plants may have fewer and shorter roots than non-mycorrhizal plants, since extraradicular AMF mycelium increases the volume of soil explored by the plant root system, allowing higher water and nutrient uptake (Locatelli et al, 2002). Therefore, these results confirm the ability of AMF to benefit plant growth, and the increase in shoot and root biomass is consistent with previous studies with grapevine rootstocks (Dalla Costa et al, 2010;Anzanello et al, 2011;Cangahuala-Inocente et al, 2011) or with other plant species (Lovato et al, 2006;Farzaneh et al, 2011;Cavagnaro et al, 2012;Evelin et al, 2012;Mohandas, 2012;Steinkellner et al, 2012). Anzanello et al (2011) detected an increase in shoot and root biomass in SO4 and P1103 rootstocks inoculated with AMF, and Dalla Costa et al (2010) also showed an increase in shoot biomass in SO4 rootstock inoculated with AMF.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 89%
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“…It has been shown that mycorrhizal plants may have fewer and shorter roots than non-mycorrhizal plants, since extraradicular AMF mycelium increases the volume of soil explored by the plant root system, allowing higher water and nutrient uptake (Locatelli et al, 2002). Therefore, these results confirm the ability of AMF to benefit plant growth, and the increase in shoot and root biomass is consistent with previous studies with grapevine rootstocks (Dalla Costa et al, 2010;Anzanello et al, 2011;Cangahuala-Inocente et al, 2011) or with other plant species (Lovato et al, 2006;Farzaneh et al, 2011;Cavagnaro et al, 2012;Evelin et al, 2012;Mohandas, 2012;Steinkellner et al, 2012). Anzanello et al (2011) detected an increase in shoot and root biomass in SO4 and P1103 rootstocks inoculated with AMF, and Dalla Costa et al (2010) also showed an increase in shoot biomass in SO4 rootstock inoculated with AMF.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 89%
“…AMF and FOH inoculation, and also co-inoculation with both fungi, resulted in differences in protein accumulation. According to Anzanello et al (2011), benefits of AMF depend on interaction between the fungus and the rootstock, which might explain the differences in protein profile. Concomitantly, differences in the protein profile may be related to the different levels of resistance from the grapevine rootstocks to FOH, also affecting the interaction between plant and fungi.…”
Section: Two-dimensional Electrophoresis and Mass Spectrometry Analysismentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Reduction in the nutrient contents caused by AMF are attributed to the effects of dilution of the same in the cells caused by a greater absorption of water. In addition, AMF shows a buffer behavior (Anzanello et al, 2011), that is, in condition of high nutrient availability, they absorb only what is needed, for this reason the results of some nutrients such as Ca, Mg, and Mn had lower values than noninoculated plants, however, they are already considered high values for plant requirements (SBCS, 2004). Thus, AMF also has the function of regulating the amount of nutrients absorbed, avoiding greater energy expenditure.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A introdução de fungos micorrízicos arbusculares (FMAs) tem-se tornado uma tecnologia interessante nos programas de produção de mudas de boa qualidade, pois permite abreviar o tempo de formação da muda de várias fruteiras, como mamão (MARTINS et al, 2000), maracujazeiro-doce (ANJOS et al, 2005), cajueiro (WEBER et al, 2004), bananeira (LINS et al, 2003), pessegueiro (NUNES et al, 2011) e videira (ANZANELLO et al, 2011).…”
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