Mycotrophy and Its Significance in Wetland Ecology and Wetland Management

@inproceedings{Khan2004MycotrophyAI,
  title={Mycotrophy and Its Significance in Wetland Ecology and Wetland Management},
  author={Abdul Ghafar Khan},
  year={2004}
}
Publisher Summary The chapter reviews the general mycorrhizal status of various life forms of aquatic macrophytes growing in such ecological habitats, and the relationships of arbuscular mycorrhizae (AM) to redox potential in sediments and its P-status. Rivers, marshes, creeks, and ponds are ecological habitats for plants adapted to withstand stress arising from water logging, anaerobiosis, and high salinity. Universal mycosymbionts like arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi may enhance the ecological… CONTINUE READING

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