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|Title:||Effect of ectomycorrhizal fungi on survival and growth of micropropagated plants and seedlings of Castanea sativa Mill.|
In vitro synthesis
|Citation:||Martins, Anabela; Barroso, José; Pais, MS (1996) - Effect of ectomycorrhizal fungi on survival and growth of micropropagated plants and seedlings of Castanea sativa. Mill. Mycorrhiza: ISSN 0940-6360. 6:4, p. 265 - 270|
|Abstract:||Four ectomycorrhizal fungi (Amanita muscaria, Laccaria laccata, Piloderma croceum and Pisolithus tinctorius) were used to produce mycorrhiza on seedlings and micropropagated plants of Castanea sativa in vitro. Pisolithus tinctorius was most effective in colonizing roots of both micropropagated plants and seedlings. A. muscaria and L. laccata only colonized a few feeder roots of some plants and Piloderma croceum did not form mycorrhizas. Mycorrhization of micropropagated plants increased survival and growth during weaning.|
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