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EXPERIMENTS ON THE ECOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF PHYCOMYCETOUS MYCORRHIZAS
Summary The mixed rain forest of New Zealand is dominated by conifers and dicotylous trees all of which form phycomycetous mycorrhizas. They may be present only intermittently in the field, but theyExpand
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Root hairs and phycomycetous mycorrhizas in phosphorus-deficient soil
SummaryCoprosma robusta formed phycomycetous mycorrhizas in unsteamed forest soil and grew equally well with or without added phosphate. In steamed soil it did not grow unless phosphate was added. OfExpand
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EFFECT OF VESIGULAR‐ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAS ON GROWTH OF GRISELINIA LITTORALIS (CORNACEAE)
Summary The endophyte of Griselinia littoralis is a vesicular-arbuscular Phycomycete which could not be induced to make more than transient growth into agar, but which survived in soil kept moistExpand
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A Cytogenetical study of the Solanum aviculare species complex
The Solanum aviculare complex is a group of secondary polyploids with a basic number n = 23 and an area that extends from New Guinea through Australla to New Zealand. Six species are recognized, allExpand
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Minimum levels of available phosphorus for non-mycorrhizal plants
  • G. Baylis
  • Biology
  • Plant and Soil
  • 1 February 1972
SummaryIn phosphorus-deficient soil an inverse relationship was established experimentally between the root-hair production of the species and the amount of phosphate that must be added to produce aExpand
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Endogonaceous mycorrhizas synthesised in Leptospermum (Myrtaceae)
Summary Honey-coloured sessile Endogone spores produced mycorrhizas in Leptospermum scoparium. Control plants inoculated with crushed spores formed none. They grew steadily, but much more slowly thanExpand
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Day length and flowering in the Solanum aviculare group
Summary Most members of the Solanum aviculare group flowered only in long days, but there were day-neutral races in S. simile and S. capsiciforme. S. aviculare consisted of ecotypes in whichExpand
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Vegetation at Ajax Hill, south-east Otago, New Zealand
Abstract Ajax Hill, part of an undulating plateau at c. 700 m in the Catlins region of south-east Otago, comprises a mosaic of cushion bog, flush, and scrub-woodland communities. Cushion bog coversExpand
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IMPACT OF DEER ON SECRETARY ISLAND , FIORDLAND , NEW ZEALAND 19 A
The first deer to invade an area of forest on Secretary Island show an almost exclusive preference for bark of Pseudopanax colensoi var. ternatum. Young shoots of P. linearis and juvenile P.Expand
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