Transcriptome analysis of Glomus mosseae/Medicago sativa mycorrhiza on atrazine stress

@article{Song2016TranscriptomeAO,
  title={Transcriptome analysis of Glomus mosseae/Medicago sativa mycorrhiza on atrazine stress},
  author={Fuqiang Song and Jize Li and Xiaoxu Fan and Quan Zhang and Wei-Tung Chang and Fengshan Yang and Gui Geng},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
  year={2016},
  volume={6}
}
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) protect host plants against diverse biotic and abiotic stresses, and promote biodegradation of various contaminants. In this study effect of Glomus mosseae/Medicago sativa mycorrhiza on atrazine degradation was investigated. It was observed that the atrazine degradation rates with any addition level in mycorrhizal treatments were all significantly higher than those in non- mycorrhizal treatments. When atrazine was applied at 20 mg kg−1, the removal efficiency… 

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