Colonization of nonmycorrhizal plants by mycorrhizal neighbours as influenced by the collembolan, Folsomia candida

@article{Klironomos1999ColonizationON,
  title={Colonization of nonmycorrhizal plants by mycorrhizal neighbours as influenced by the collembolan, Folsomia candida},
  author={John Klironomos and Peter Moutoglis},
  journal={Biology and Fertility of Soils},
  year={1999},
  volume={29},
  pages={277-281}
}
Abstract Soil microarthropods have been shown to stimulate or be detrimental to arbuscular mycorrhizal function by their grazing actions, but their role as dispersal agents has not been assessed. The ability of three species of arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi (Glomus etunicatum, Acaulospora denticulata, Scutellospora calospora) infecting Plantago lanceolata roots to further colonize neighbouring plants was measured in response to the distance between root systems and the presence of the… 
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