Handbook of Applied Mycology: Volume 1: Soil and Plants

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Dilip K. Arora, Bharat Rai, K. G. Mukerji
CRC Press, 1 mar. 1991 - 736 páginas
This first volume in a new series emphasizes the role of fungi in the fertility of soil and plant yield, covering such topics as biodegradation of plant litter and pesticides, microbial interactions, mycorrhizal symbionts, and mathematical modeling of diseases. Major sections treat mycorrhizae and e
 

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Ecology of Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizae
3
Mechanisms of the VesicularArbuscular
35
Drought Response in Fungi and Mycorrhizal
55
Mycorrhizal Interactions with Soil Organisms
77
Mycorrhiza in Plant Disease Control
131
The Use of Mycorrhizal Inoculants in Forestry
155
Ectomycorrhiza
187
Ectomycorrhizal Fungi as Experimental Organisms
217
Biological Control of Weeds with Fungi
357
Decomposition of Cellulose by Fungi
379
Fungal Degradation of Lignin
425
Degradation of Plant Litter by Aquatic
481
Importance of Wood Decay Fungi in Forest
507
Fungal Degradation of Pesticides
541
Mathematical Modeling of Vegetative Growth
591
Modeling Growth and Dispersal of Fungi in Natural
625

Endophytic Fungi of Grasses
231
Molecular Biology in Control of Fungal Pathogens
259
Physiology and Biochemistry of Biotrophic
273
Biological Control of Postharvest Fruit Diseases
301
Current Limits to Biological Control of Fungal
327
Stochastic Modeling of Plant Disease Epidemic
647
Video Techniques to Measure Fungal Plant
681
Index
697
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