• Biology
  • Published 2007

Studies of microbial development on mycorrhizosphere and rhizosphere soils of potted maize plants and the inhibitory effect of rhizobacteria isolates on two fungi

@inproceedings{Liasu2007StudiesOM,
  title={Studies of microbial development on mycorrhizosphere and rhizosphere soils of potted maize plants and the inhibitory effect of rhizobacteria isolates on two fungi},
  author={M. O. Liasu and O Shosanya},
  year={2007}
}
Extracts from maize rhizosphere and mycorrhizosphere soil (both sterilized and unsterilized) were studied to assess the compatibility of the arbuscular mycorrhizae (AM) fungus (Glomus mosseae) with certain soil fungi, bacteria and rhizobacteria followed by assessment of the inhibitory effect of the identified rhizobacteria on growth in culture of some selected fungi. The treatments were “non sterile soil without mycorrhizal inoculation (S-M-), non sterile soil with mycorrhizal inoculation (S-M… CONTINUE READING

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