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

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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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