Anna Góralska

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Morphological studies of spores and mycorrhizal structures and phylogenetic analyses of sequences of the partial small subunit rRNA gene, the whole internal transcribed spacer rDNA region, including the 5.8S rRNA gene, and the partial large subunit rRNA gene of two arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (Glomeromycota) have indicated that they are undescribed(More)
We studied the diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) in semiarid sandy areas of the Great Hungarian Plain representing the westernmost of the Eurasian steppe belt. AM fungal spores were extracted (i) directly from soils collected around 30 Juniperus communis trees of three sampling sites and (ii) from pot trap cultures established with soils from(More)
During an arbuscular mycorrhiza fungal spore survey on a primary coastal sand-dune system in Goa on the west coast of India, entrophosporoid spores tightly covered with a dense hyphal mantle were recovered. When intact, the spores, at first sight, seemed to be identical in morphology to those of Sacculospora baltica (originally described as Entrophospora(More)
Morphological observations of spores and mycorrhizal structures of three arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (Glomeromycota) prompted, and subsequent phylogenetic analyses of SSU–ITS–LSU nrDNA sequences confirmed, that they are undescribed species of the genus Diversispora. Morphologically, the first species, here named D. varaderana, is most distinguished by its(More)
Phylogenetic analyses of SSU-ITS-LSU nrDNA sequences and morphological studies of spores and mycorrhizae confirmed our supposition of finding two new species of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi of the genus Septoglomus in the phylum Glomeromycota. Morphologically, the first species, named S. jasnowskae, is distinguished by its pale yellow to brownish yellow,(More)
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