Glomeromycotan mycorrhizal fungi from tropical Australia III. Measuring diversity in natural and disturbed habitats

Abstract

The aim was to investigate the diversity and distribution of Glomeromycotan fungi forming arbuscular mycorrhizal associations (AMF) in undisturbed and disturbed habitats in the vicinity of Kakadu National Park in tropical Australia. This is a tropical region with a 7–9 month dry season and a monsoonal wet season. Complimentary methods of fungus detection… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11104-013-1613-4

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