Carbohydrate allocation patterns in citrus genotypes as affected by phosphorus nutrition , mycorrhizal colonization and mycorrhizal dependency

@inproceedings{Duncan1997CarbohydrateAP,
  title={Carbohydrate allocation patterns in citrus genotypes as affected by phosphorus nutrition , mycorrhizal colonization and mycorrhizal dependency},
  author={Duncan and Eissenstat},
  year={1997}
}
Among closely related citrus genotypes growing in high phosphorus (P) orchard soils, there is a tendency for less mycorrhizal-dependent (M-dependent) species to have lower rates of root colonization than more M-dependent species. We hypothesized that the less M-dependent the citrus species the more limited is their carbohydrate (CHO) allocation to the M fungus. In a glasshouse study at low and high P supply, lower total incidence of Glomus intraradices FL 208, intensity of vesicles formation… CONTINUE READING
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