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Changes in soil diversity and global activities following invasions of the exotic invasive plant, Amaranthus viridis L., decrease the growth of native sahelian Acacia species.
The objectives of this study were to determine whether the invasive plant Amaranthus viridis influenced soil microbial and chemical properties and to assess the consequences of these modifications onExpand
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Arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis can counterbalance the negative influence of the exotic tree species Eucalyptus camaldulensis on the structure and functioning of soil microbial communities in a
The hypothesis of the present study was that bacterial communities would differentiate under Eucalyptus camaldulensis and that an enhancement of arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) density would minimizeExpand
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Differences in nutrient availability and mycorrhizal infectivity in soils invaded by an exotic plant negatively influence the development of indigenous Acacia species.
Plant species (exotic invasive vs native non-invasive) colonization pattern and the relation with the soil nutrient availability and AM fungi abundance, was investigated. Soil samples were collectedExpand
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Changes in Land Use System and Environmental Factors Affect Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungal Density and Diversity, and Enzyme Activities in Rhizospheric Soils of Acacia senegal (L.) Willd.
The responses of the soil microbial community features associated to the legume tree Acacia senegal (L.) Willd. including both arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal (AMF) diversity and soil bacterialExpand
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Interactions comportementales et rythmes d’activité de Glossina palpalis gambiensis et G. tachinoides (Diptera : Glossinidae) en galerie forestière au Burkina Faso
Glossina palpalis gambiensis et G. tachinoides sont des vecteurs majeurs des trypanosomoses humaines et animales en Afrique de l’Ouest. Sur une partie de leur aire de répartition, elles sontExpand
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Displacement of an herbaceous plant species community by mycorrhizal and non-mycorrhizal Gmelina arborea, an exotic tree, grown in a microcosm experiment
Gmelina arborea Roxb. (Gmelina, Yemane) is a fast growing tree, native from India and considered as a potentially invasive woody plant in West Africa. Mycorrhizal inoculation of seedlings with GlomusExpand
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Response of Acacia senegal (L.) Willd. to inoculation with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi isolates in sterilized and unsterilized soils in Senegal
The benefits of inoculation with six arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) isolates (Glomus aggregatum, G. fasciculatum, G. intraradices, G. manihotis, G. mosseae, and G. verriculosum) were investigatedExpand
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Arbuscularmycorrhizal symbiosis can counterbalance thenegative in£uenceofthe exotic tree speciesEucalyptus camaldulensis on the structureand functioning of soilmicrobial communities ina sahelian soil
Arbuscularmycorrhizal symbiosis can counterbalance thenegative in£uenceofthe exotic tree speciesEucalyptus camaldulensis on the structureand functioning of soilmicrobial communities ina sahelian soilExpand
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Response of Acacia senegal (L.) Willd. seedlings and soil bio-functioning to inoculation with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, rhizobia and Pseudomonas fluorescens
between plants and their environment in relation to biotic and abiotic factors. Soil microorganisms play a key role in biogeochemical processes impacting plant nutrition and leading to plantExpand
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Management of the mycorrhizal soil infectivity to improve reforestation program achievements in sahelian ecosystems
To reverse the trend of massive degradation of vegetation cover and decline in land productivity in Sahelian regions, important programs aimed at promoting both the revegetalization andExpand
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