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By S. M. Chambers, J. W. G. Cairney (auth.), Dr. John W. G. Cairney, Dr. Susan M. Chambers (eds.)

Mycorrhiza - the symbiosis among crops and fungi - performs a key position in flowers. This ebook reports for the 1st time the present wisdom of 15 person genera of ectomycorrhizal fungi. it's specified in that every bankruptcy is devoted to a unmarried fungal genus, every one written by way of the world over well-known specialists at the respective fungal genera. it truly is hence a useful reference resource for researchers, scholars and practitioners within the fields of mycorrhizal biology, mycology, forestry, plant sciences and soil biology.

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John McIndoe, Dunedin Dahm H, Strzelczyk E (1995) Impact of vitamins on cellulolytic, pectolytic and proteolytic activity of mycorrhizal fungi. M. G. Cairney Danielson RM, Visser S (1989) Host response to inoculation and behaviour of introduced and indigenous ectomycorrhizal fungi of jack pine grown on oil-sand tailings. Can J For Res 19:1412-1421 Delucia EH, Callaway RM, Thomas EM, Schlesinger WH (1997) Mechanisms of phosphorus acquisition for ponderosa pine seedlings under high CO, and temperature.

1991). It has further been shown that infection with Pisalithus can increase host access to insoluble inorganic phosphate sources, such as Fe/AI PO 4' in Eucalyptus pilularis (Heinrich et al. 1988). As is the case for most ECM basidiomycetes, isolates of Pisalithus can utilise soluble salts of inositol hexaphosphate as a sole P source (Mousain and Salsac 1986). Although there exists interspecific variation in their relative importance, the 1 Pisolithus 15 basis for utilisation appears to be production of extracellular acid and alkaline phosphomonoesterase and phosphodiesterase enzymes (Ho 1987).

This notwithstanding, it is clear that some Pisolithus isolates are capable of protease secretion under some conditions (Dahm and Strzelczyk 1995). Similarly, while Abuzinadah et al. (l986) concluded that Pisolithus had little ability to enhance acquisition of N from protein by Pinus contorta, Turnbull et al. M. G. Cairney Eucalyptus spp. in symbiosis with Pisolithus. Such disparate results may indicate an influence of different host plants, perhaps, as suggested by Turnbull et al. (1995), mediated by a differential availability of C compounds from each host.

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