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Barley Genetics Newsletter Volume 38 Editorial Committee

@inproceedings{Bregitzer2009BarleyGN,
  title={Barley Genetics Newsletter Volume 38 Editorial Committee},
  author={P. Bregitzer and U. Lundqvist and V. C. Blake},
  year={2009}
}
Vesicular-arbuscular myccorrhiza (VAM; Glomus spp.) are soil fungi that can colonize the roots of a number of commercially important crops, including barley, and are implicated in increasing the availability of nutrients to the host plant, particularly phosphorus (P). This has been shown to increase yields in the host crop. Barley has shown a differential response to increased yield after inoculation with VAM culture. Two barley cultivars with differential yield response to VAM treatment… Expand

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