HYPHAL UPTAKE AND TRANSPORT OF NITROGEN FROM TWO 15N‐LABELLED SOURCES BY GLOMUS MOSSEAE, A VESICULAR‐ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGUS *

@inproceedings{Ames1983HYPHALUA,
  title={HYPHAL UPTAKE AND TRANSPORT OF NITROGEN FROM TWO 15N‐LABELLED SOURCES BY GLOMUS MOSSEAE, A VESICULAR‐ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGUS *},
  author={Robert Norman Ames and Christopher. Reid and Lynn K. Porter and C. Cambardella},
  year={1983}
}
SUMMARY Celery (Apium graveolens L.) plants were grown in pots in which the root system was separated from the soil in a side chamber by a fine mesh screen. The side chamber was treated with either an organic (ground plant tissue) or inorganic [(NH4)2SO4] source of 15N. Mycorrhizal (Glomus mosseae) and control (non-mycorrhizal) plants were exposed to 15N over a period of 30 days (inorganic-15N) or 88 days (organic-16N). Mycorrhizal and control plants did not differ in shoot dry weight or shoot… CONTINUE READING

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