Network formation by rhizomorphs of Armillaria lutea in natural soil: their description and ecological significance.

@article{Lamour2007NetworkFB,
  title={Network formation by rhizomorphs of Armillaria lutea in natural soil: their description and ecological significance.},
  author={Angelique Lamour and Aad J. Termorshuizen and Dine Volker and Michael John Jeger},
  journal={FEMS microbiology ecology},
  year={2007},
  volume={62 2},
  pages={222-32}
}
Armillaria lutea rhizomorphs in soil were mapped over areas of 25 m2 at a Pinus nigra (site I) and a Picea abies (site II) plantation. Rhizomorph density was 4.3 and 6.1 m m(-2) soil surface with 84% and 48% of the total rhizomorph length in the mapped area interconnected in a network at site I and site II, respectively. At site I there were only two network attachments to Pinus stumps, but at site II many more to Picea roots and stumps. Anastomoses of rhizomorphs resulted in cyclic paths… CONTINUE READING

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