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the mineral nutrition of wild plants revisited a re - in this chapter the advances that have been made in understanding the ecology of the mineral nutrition of wild plants from terrestrial ecosystems have been reviewed, plant and soil incl option to publish open access - welcome to the marschner reviews page of plant and soil this site provides free access to our marschner reviews initiative in view of the rapid development of studies on soil plant interactions these papers are authoritative reviews on topics that are highly relevant to soil plant interactions ranging from molecular to ecosystem levels, microfungal oasis in an oligotrophic desert diversity - the cuatro ci negas basin ccb comprises several oligotrophic aquatic ecosystems limited by phosphorus these aquatic systems are dominated by a high prokaryotic diversity shaped by the stress of low nutrient supplies and interspecific competition although fungi constitute a diverse and important component of microbial diversity the microfungal diversity in the ccb remains to be unveiled, megathyrsus maximus guinea grass cabi org - notes on taxonomy and nomenclature top of page megathyrsus maximus was formerly known as panicum maximum placed in a subgenus of panicum within the grass subfamily panicoideae this subfamily includes over 3000 species approximately 500 of them in the polymorphic and polyphyletic genus panicum p maximum was the sole species in panicum subgenus megathyrsus now elevated to genus rank, root associated fungal microbiota of nonmycorrhizal arabis - root associated fungal communities in a alpina were unaffected by host genetic variation our current understanding of the structure of the root microbiome in nonmycorrhizal brassicaceae species rests primarily on bacterial communities and information on the factors shaping root associated fungal consortia is scarce, all publications by subject aciar - cop35 the lao journal of agriculture and forestry no 34 the lao journal of agriculture and forestry is a technical journal which is published to record and disseminate the results of research in agricultural disciplines within the lao pdr the journal also aims to provide a forum of exchange of ideas between researchers and, emerging microbial biocontrol strategies for plant - 1 introduction it is a persistent issue worldwide that an enormous number of plant pathogens varying from the smallest viroid consisting solely of a single strand of rna to more complex pathogens such as viruses bacteria fungi oomycetes and nematodes cause many important plant diseases and are responsible for major crop losses