tailieunhanh - Characterization of AM fungal isolates of different agro-climatic zones of Andhra Pradesh and their efficacy on maize (Zea mays L) plant growth

Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) form obligate symbiotic association with the roots of crop plants and play a critical role in enhancing plant growth under semi-arid climatic conditions. Present investigation has been taken up to characterize the isolated AM fungal species from rhizosphere soils of different host crops grown across various Zones of Andhra Pradesh. A total of twelve AM fungal spores were characterized based on their morphological traits. The Genus Glomus has been found to be most predominant in the soils of Andhra Pradesh and contributed to an extent of 75% of the total AM fungal genera studied in the present work. | Characterization of AM fungal isolates of different agro-climatic zones of Andhra Pradesh and their efficacy on maize Zea mays L plant growth

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