Biotechnology of Va mycorrhiza Indian scenario by Sudhir Chandra Dr.

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StatementSudhir Chandra and Harbans Kaur Kehri.
ContributionsKehri, H. K.
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 413 p. ;
Number of Pages413
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Open LibraryOL17437567M
ISBN 108189422227
LC Control Number2006348765
OCLC/WorldCa70823510

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sicular-arbuscular (VA) type. In ectomycorrhizal associations, the fungi invade the cortical region of the host root without penetrating cortical cells. The main diagnostic features of this type of mycorrhiza are (1) the formation within the root of a hyphal network known as the Hartig net around corti-Chapter 14 Mycorrhizal Fungi and Plant.

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Author(s): Sudhir Chandra,Dr.; Kehri,H K Title(s): Biotechnology of Va mycorrhiza: Indian scenario/ Sudhir Chandra and Harbans Kaur Kehri. stitute the diagnostic feature of the VA mycorrhizal as­ sociations (Figure 1). Because vesicles are absent in two of the seven genera containing these fungi, the term that is currently preferred by many researchers to rep­ resent the association is arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi rather than vesicular-arbuscular (VA) mycorrhizal Size: 1MB.

() Transport of phosphorus and carbon in VA mycorrhizas. in Mycorrhiza: Structure, Function, Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, eds Varma A, Hock B .is called vesicular-arbuscular (VA) mycorrhiza.

Unlike ectomycorrhizae, VA mycorrhizae do not cause obvious morphological changes in colonized roots; the roots must be stained to reveal the internal fungus colonization. The fungus mycelium ramifies through the cortex of the fine roots, and produces the characteristic arbuscules and vesicles.

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