Cation exchange capacity and lead sorption in ectomycorrhizal fungi

@article{Marschner2004CationEC,
  title={Cation exchange capacity and lead sorption in ectomycorrhizal fungi},
  author={P. Marschner and G. Jentschke and D. Godbold},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2004},
  volume={205},
  pages={93-98}
}
  • P. Marschner, G. Jentschke, D. Godbold
  • Published 2004
  • Chemistry
  • Plant and Soil
  • Two ectomycorrhizal fungi, Paxillus involutus 533 and Laccaria bicolor S238, differing greatly in their mycelial characteristics, were investigated with regard to their cation exchange capacity and Pb-binding capacity in vitro after growth with either NO3- or NH4+ as N source. The CECs of 800–1200 μmol g-1 dry weight for Paxillus involutus 533 and 2000–3000 μmol g-1 dry weight for Laccaria bicolor S238, were high compared to plant roots. The fungal mycelium also had a high Pb sorption capacity… CONTINUE READING
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