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Minerva Biotecnologica 2001 March;13(1):65-7

Copyright © 2001 EDIZIONI MINERVA MEDICA

language: English

The colonization of plants from Central European heavy metal soils and salt marshes by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi

Bothe H., Hildebrandt U., Ouziad F., Landwehr M., Nawrath K.

Botanical Institute the University of Cologne, Köln, Germany


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Plants of ­heavy met­al ­soils and ­salt marsh­es can be col­o­nized by arbus­cu­lar mycor­rhi­zal fun­gi (AMF). Specific AMF eco­types ­occur at ­both hab­i­tats. These are cur­rent­ly char­ac­ter­ized by mod­ern molec­u­lar tech­niques. Studies ­which dem­on­strate ­that ­such fun­gi can con­fer ­heavy met­al or ­salt tol­er­ance to ­plants are cur­rent­ly at the begin­ning. AMF ­could ­have enor­mous poten­tial­ities in phy­tor­e­me­di­a­tion pro­jects.

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