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Research Paper | Biological Sciences | India | Volume 11 Issue 8, August 2022
Development of Indigenous Am Fungi for Inoculum Production
Abstract: AMF is the most important mycorrhiza in agriculture and ecosystems due to the fact that they colonize the majority of crop plants AMF are obligetive biotrops. All mycelium produced inside or outside of the host root (Ecto-Endo). AMF spores are important as a source of inoculums has been used in field experiments. Infected roots contain internal fungal mycelium. Gramineae (Sorghum) family plants are used as host plants, field experiments were conducted at 3 sites for AMF inoculum production under natural conditions. For single spore production Hoagland?s method has been followed. The identified spores belongs to Glomus sps., There is no significant difference in diversity of AMF spores while increasing in number in all 3 sites.
Keywords: AMF, Gramineae family, Hoagland?s Method, Glomus sps
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 8, August 2022,
Pages: 812 - 814