Glomus mosseae associated bacteria and their influence on stimulation of mycorrhizal colonization, sporulation, and growth promotion in guava (Psidium guajava L.) seedlings

@article{Panneerselvam2012GlomusMA,
  title={Glomus mosseae associated bacteria and their influence on stimulation of mycorrhizal colonization, sporulation, and growth promotion in guava (Psidium guajava L.) seedlings},
  author={P. Panneerselvam and S. Mohandas and B. Saritha and K. K. Upreti and Poovarasan and Ajay K Monnappa and V. V. Sulladmath},
  journal={Biological Agriculture \& Horticulture},
  year={2012},
  volume={28},
  pages={267 - 279}
}
Arbuscular mycorrhiza (AM) associated bacteria were isolated from G. mosseae spores from different guava cropping systems in southern India. Seven bacteria were isolated and evaluated for their performance in stimulation of AM fungal colonization and spore proliferation in the roots of guava seedlings. Of the seven isolates, four G. mosseae associated bacterial isolates were selected based on their efficiency in stimulation of AM root colonization and spore production. They were identified as… Expand
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