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Effects of lime and VA-Mycorrhiza interactions on growth responses of sweetgum seedlings

Elizabeth Anne Davis

Effects of lime and VA-Mycorrhiza interactions on growth responses of sweetgum seedlings

by Elizabeth Anne Davis

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plants, Effect of soil acidity on.,
  • Mycorrhizas.

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    Statementby Elizabeth Anne Davis.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[11], 90 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages90
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    Open LibraryOL17903298M

    Behl RK, Ruppel S, Kothe E. Narula N. Wheat x Azotobacter x VA mycorrhiza interactions towards plant nutrition and growth - a review. J. Appl. Bot. Food Qual. ; – Bennett AE, Alers-Garcia J. Bever JD. Three-way interactions among mutualistic mycorrhizal fungi, plants, and plant enemies: hypotheses and synthesis. American Naturalist. Effect of mycorrhiza application on plant growth and nutrient uptake in cucumber production under field conditions I. Ortas* Department of Soil Science. Faculty of Agriculture. University of Çukurova. Adana. Turkey Abstract Mycorrhiza application in horticultural production in the Eastern Mediterranean region of Turkey has been studied.

    An early response to P deficiency is the reduction of leaf growth rate, which is usually more pronounced than the reduction of root growth rate (Plaxton & Carswell ). A widespread adaptive evolutionary response to low soil P availability is symbiosis with AMF, whose beneficial effects are usually manifested as improved P uptake and. Abstract. The response of sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua L.) seedlings grown either without or inoculated with the vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal (VAM) fungus Gigaspora margarita to 25, 50, and ppm soil phosphorus (P) and adjusted soil pHs of , , , and was observed during the first growing seasons.

    The effect of four different arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) on the growth and lipid peroxidation, soluble sugar, proline contents, and antioxidant enzymes activities of Zea mays L. was studied in pot culture subjected to two temperature regimes. Maize plants were grown in pots filled with a mixture of sandy and black soil for 5 weeks, and then half of the plants were exposed to low. Influence of inoculum placement and density on mycorrhizal fungus colonization and growth response of winter wheat and green pepper. p 24 In Proc. 7th N. A. Conf. on Mycorrhizae, Gainesville, FL. Linderman, R. G. Response of shade tree seedlings, VA mycorrhizal fungi, and Pythium to soil fumigation with vapam or ethyl bromide.


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Effects of lime and VA-Mycorrhiza interactions on growth responses of sweetgum seedlings by Elizabeth Anne Davis Download PDF EPUB FB2

Effects and interactions of soil liming, soil horizon, and two endomycorrhizal fungus species on the growth of sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua L.) were studied in sequential greenhouse strongly acid surface A1 [% organic matter (OM)] and subsurface C (% OM) horizons of P‐deficient Jory clay loam (Xeric Haplohumult) were limed with increments in CaCO 3 to.

The experimental variable involving soil pH, mycorrhizal species, and their interactions exhibited significant effects on seedling growth. Growth of non-mycorrhizal seedlings remained minimal throughout the growing season, and appeared independent of lime applications.

The efficiency of the fungal symbionts in stimulating growth was influenced by their adaptability, or tolerance, to different Author: Elizabeth Anne Davis.

Effects of lime and VA-Mycorrhiza interactions on growth responses of sweetgum seedlings. mycorrhizal species,\ud and their interactions exhibited significant effects on seedling\ud growth.\ud Growth of non-mycorrhizal seedlings remained minimal throughout the growing season, and appeared independent of lime applications.

The effects of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae inoculation on the growth of cacao seedlings (Theobroma cacao var. Ocumare 60) grown for 5 months in a nursery were studied.

The effects of introduced VAM fungi (Glomus occultum, Acaulospora appendicula, Glomus manihotis, Acaulospora morrowae and Scutellospora pellucida) in soils treated with copper oxychloride or methyl Cited by: An important factor affected by the interaction between applied lime (soil acidity), applied P, and VAMF inoculation was the soil Al.

Five application rates of P as KH 2 PO 4 and three rates of lime were tested. Potassium was equalized with KCl (muriate of potash).Cited by: The effect of soil acidity on spore germination, germ tube growth and root colonization of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal (VAM) fungi was examined using a Florida Ultisol.

Soil samples were treated with 0, 4, 8 and 12 meq Ca/MgCO 3 / g soil and each lime level. INTERACTION BETWEEN A VA MYCORRHIZA AND AZOTOBACTER AND THEIR EFFECTS ON RHIZOSPHERE MICROFLORA AND PLANT GROWTH D. BAGYARAJ. (62%) greater than non‐inoculated plants.

These results suggest a synergistic or additive interaction between Glomus fasciculatus and Azotobacter chroococcum. Citing Literature. Vol Issue 3.

Responses of three vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi at four soil temperatures and their effects on cotton growth. New Phytol., effects of different strains of VA mycorrhizal fungi are influenced by (a) the particular host endophyte combination, and (b) the soil supporting the dual association.

The Effects of Mycorrhizae on the Growth of the Radish, Raphanus sativus L. by Sally Jo Detloff (Honors Biology ) ABSTRACT ycorrhizae are known to increase nutrient absorption by plants leading to faster plant growth and increased reproduction. The following study examines the benefits of mycorrhizal interaction with radish, Raphanus sativus L.

Statistical analyses were conducted using SPSS for Windows (SPSS Inc.). Treatment effects were analysed with a two‐factor testing effects on seedling variables (biomass, root: shoot ratio, shoot N concentration and N content), the two factors were neighbouring adult plant with four levels (seedlings alone, with D0, D50 and D75 adult plant) and mycorrhiza with two levels (AM, NM).

Effect of mycorrhiza application on plant growth and nutrient uptake in cucumber production under field conditions plastic greenhouse Cucumis sativus seedlings to investigate the effects of.

Archived Publications. Applied Turfgrass Science (–) Crop Management (–) Forage & Grazinglands (–) Journal of Production Agriculture (–). The effect of seed inoculation by VA-Mycorrhiza and different levels of phosphorus fertilizer on growth and yield of sunflower (Azargol cultivar) was studied in experiment farm of Islamic Azad.

The results shown in Fig. 2 indicate that for the different root zones the concentrations of these compounds vary to a large extent. A similar scheme for the VA-mycorrhiza interaction is not available up to now, since only some effects of phenyl­propane metabolites on spore germination and hyphal growth.

EFFECTS OF LIME AND VA-MYCORRHIZA INTERACTIONS ON GROWTH RESPONSES OF SWEETGUM SEEDLINGS INTRODUCTION Differences in mycorrhizal fungus response to various soil cultural practices are recognized but not well understood beyond generalized concepts.

The extreme complexities of soil systems and synthetic. Seedlings were grown in liter containers under greenhouse conditions and were inoculated with the vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus, Glomus fasciculatus (Thaxter) Gerdemann and Trappe. Inoculated and non-inoculated seedlings were treated with 0, 2 or 4 g l −1 nitrogen (N) as controlled-release fertilizer.

Mycorrhizal development increased growth of seedlings infected by G. VA-MYCORRHIZA AND PLANT HEALTH Schonbeck F., Dehne H.-W. Institute for Plant Diseases and Plant Protection, University of Hannover, Hanno FRG ABSTRACT Cultural practices of modern farming systems favour pests and diseases on plants to an extent not known before.

Response of loblolly pine and sweetgum to intra- and inter- specific competition and influence of soil organic matter (pH) and VA-Mycorrhiza Effects on Growth Responses of Sweetgum Seedlings1. Soil Phosphorus and pH Influence the Growth of Mycorrhizal Sweetgum Abstract The response of sweetgum (Liquidambar styracifluaL.) seedlings grown either without or inoculated with thevesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal (VAM) fungusGigaspora margarita‘Becker’ and ‘Hall’ to 25, 50, and ppm soil phosphorus (P) and adjusted soil pHs of,and was observed during the first.

The effects of lime, increased soil pH and increased soil Ca concentration on the mycorrhizas of Norway spruce. [Picea abies (L.) Karst.] were studied independently of each other to elucidate the. The effect of the photosynthetic inhibitor herbicide Cyanazine on VA mycorrhiza and on pea plant growth was examined.

Plant growth was decreased by Cyanazine applied at .In a continuing search for field sources of endomycorrhizal fungi that tolerate high levels of available phosphorus in soil, samples were obtained from long-established liberally fertilized hops (Humulus lupulus L.) and peppermint (Mentha piperita L.) fields.

In hops fields, where extractable P (Bray) levels ranged from 21– ppm, spores of twoAcaulospora spp. and sixGlomus spp. were isolated.One isolate of Glomus clarus, two of G.

etunicatus, and one of G. claroideum, obtained from plants growing on abandoned stripmine sites in Kentucky, a.