Diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in Tectona grandis Linn.f. plantations and their effects on growth of micropropagated plantlets
作者: Amornrat ChaiyasenDavid D. DoudsPaiboolya GavinlertvatanaSaisamorn Lumyong
作者单位: 1Chiang Mai University
2Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives
3USDA, Agricultural Research Service, Eastern Regional Research Center
4Thai Orchids Lab Co. Ltd.
刊名: New Forests, 2017, Vol.48 (4), pp.547-562
来源数据库: Springer Journal
DOI: 10.1007/s11056-017-9584-6
关键词: Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungiMicropropagated plantRhizosphere soilTeak
英文摘要: Regeneration of stands of valuable tropical hardwood tree species for sustainable harvest requires production of seedlings with high probabilities of survival. One way to enhance the vigor of plants for outplanting is pre-colonization of roots by arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi. We pursued the strategy that the most promising AM fungus candidates for inoculation would be those associated with the tree of interest in the field. AM fungus communities were assessed in five plantations of Tectona grandis Linn.f. A total of 18 AM fungal morphotypes were found, representing four families: Glomeraceae (49.6%), Acaulosporaceae (24.9%), Claroideoglomeraceae (20.8%), and Gigasporaceae (4.8%). AM fungus spore density was negatively correlated with soil organic carbon. Some of these AM fungi, plus...
原始语种摘要: Regeneration of stands of valuable tropical hardwood tree species for sustainable harvest requires production of seedlings with high probabilities of survival. One way to enhance the vigor of plants for outplanting is pre-colonization of roots by arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi. We pursued the strategy that the most promising AM fungus candidates for inoculation would be those associated with the tree of interest in the field. AM fungus communities were assessed in five plantations of Tectona grandis Linn.f. A total of 18 AM fungal morphotypes were found, representing four families: Glomeraceae (49.6%), Acaulosporaceae (24.9%), Claroideoglomeraceae (20.8%), and Gigasporaceae (4.8%). AM fungus spore density was negatively correlated with soil organic carbon. Some of these AM fungi, plus...
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  • Tectona 柚木属
  • arbuscular 灌木状
  • fungi 真菌
  • outplanting 定值
  • fungus 真菌
  • stands 
  • reforestation 森林更新
  • roots 麻根
  • symbiosis 共生
  • species