Oxalate synthesis from soil bicarbonate by the mycorrhizal fungusPaxillus involutus

Abstract

The ability of the ectomycorrhizal fungusPaxillus involutus (Batsch. ex Fr.) Fr. to utilize bicarbonate ions from solution, for oxalate synthesis was demonstrated using NaH14CO3 in a nitrate-nitrogen medium. Fifteen percent of the carbonate ions incorporated was used for the synthesis of oxalic acid either directly from oxalacetate, or via citrate… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02143532

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@article{Lapeyrie2005OxalateSF, title={Oxalate synthesis from soil bicarbonate by the mycorrhizal fungusPaxillus involutus}, author={Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Lapeyrie}, journal={Plant and Soil}, year={2005}, volume={110}, pages={3-8} }