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Respuestas de crecimiento del albardin (Lygeum spartum L.) a la inoculation con hongos micorricicos y a la fertilizacion fosforada

  title={Respuestas de crecimiento del albardin (Lygeum spartum L.) a la inoculation con hongos micorricicos y a la fertilizacion fosforada},
  author={G. D{\'i}az and Mario Honrubia},
  journal={Cryptogamie Mycologie},
The growth response of Lygeum spartum L. to inoculation with mycorrhizal fungi and P-fertilization was studied. In one of the two experiments, the inoculation with Glomus fasciculatum at several fertilization rates (0, 30, 60, 90mg P/kg soil) produced a significant growth improvement, especially at low fertility levels. The maximum yield was obtained in mycorrhizal plants growing in soil with 60 mg/kg of added P. In the other experiment, the effect of several mycorrhizal fungi was studied in… 

Improvement in the Adaptation of Lygeum Spartum L. to Salinity In the Presence of Calcium

Lygeum spartum showed a resistance to moderate salinity, but the effect of Ca2+ depends on salinity intensity, so the role of Ca1+ in the tolerance to salinity was emphasized.

Effect of native and introduced arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on growth and nutrient uptake ofLygeum spartum andAnthyllis cytisoides

The study showed that the type of soil and their populations of native endophytes have a considerable effect on plant response to mycorrhizal symbiosis, especially in disturbed soils.

A Laboratory Study on Revegetation and Metal Uptake in Native Plant Species from Neutral Mine Tailings

Lygeum spartum, Zygophyllum fabago and Piptatherum miliaceum are typical plant species that grow in mine tailings in semiarid Mediterranean areas. The aim of this work was to investigate metal uptake

Water relations and alleviation of drought stress in mycorrhizal plants

The mechanisms whereby mycorrhizas may increase host drought resistance have not been elucidated and another important cosideration is that mechanisms which contribute to improved plant water and nutritional status, do not necessarily increase drought tolerance.

Metal Uptake by Spontaneous Vegetation in Acidic Mine Tailings from a Semiarid Area in South Spain: Implications for Revegetation and Land Management

Tailings are frequently a source of pollution in mining areas due to the spread of metals from their bare surfaces via wind or runoff water. Phytostabilization is an interesting and low-cost option