Phytoremediation with Geosiphon-like symbiosis?

@article{Wojtczak2016PhytoremediationWG,
  title={Phytoremediation with Geosiphon-like symbiosis?},
  author={G. Wojtczak and P. Janik},
  journal={Environmental Science and Pollution Research International},
  year={2016},
  volume={23},
  pages={5992 - 5994}
}
  • G. Wojtczak, P. Janik
  • Published 2016
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Environmental Science and Pollution Research International
  • Dear Editor, In their recent article published in Environmental Science and Pollution Research, Anna Ogar et al. (2015) have shown, thanks to a careful experimental design, that the addition of diazotrophic bacteria together with mycorrhizal fungi significantly improves plant growth and performance. Strikingly, the addition of inoculum containing only diazotrophs but not mycorrhizal fungi had contrary effect and led to the reduced shoots and roots biomass and lower photosynthesis efficiency… CONTINUE READING
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