Ectomycorrhizae of Populus Alba L. in South Hungary. Jakucs, E. 42(2):199–210.
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Ectomycorrhizae (ECM) of needle and deciduous forests of North America and Northern, Southern and Western Europe have been investigated intensively, but only few data are avaible about the mycorrhizae characteristic of the forests in Central Europe under dry continental climate. That is why we aimed at studying the natural ECM communities in drought-adapted forests grown on sandy soils in the Hungarian Plain. The common ectomycorrhizae of Populus alba L., a native tree of the region, potentially suitable to be used also in the reforestation program in the lowlands, have been investigated. In the period of 1997-1999, from soil samples collected in two sampling plots, more than 70 morphotypes have been discerned and the 14 most common ECM-types of P alba determined using morphological and molecular meth-ods. Relative abundance of these dominating types and an identification key based on easily observable micro-morphological characteristics have been presented.
@article{jakucsEctomycorrhizaePopulusAlba2002,
  title = {Ectomycorrhizae of {{Populus}} Alba {{L}}. in South {{Hungary}}},
  author = {Jakucs, Erzsebet},
  date = {2002},
  journaltitle = {Phyton; annales rei botanicae},
  volume = {42},
  pages = {199--210},
  issn = {0079-2047},
  url = {http://www.landesmuseum.at/pdf_frei_remote/PHY_42_2_0199-0210.pdf},
  abstract = {Ectomycorrhizae (ECM) of needle and deciduous forests of North America and Northern, Southern and Western Europe have been investigated intensively, but only few data are avaible about the mycorrhizae characteristic of the forests in Central Europe under dry continental climate. That is why we aimed at studying the natural ECM communities in drought-adapted forests grown on sandy soils in the Hungarian Plain. The common ectomycorrhizae of Populus alba L., a native tree of the region, potentially suitable to be used also in the reforestation program in the lowlands, have been investigated. In the period of 1997-1999, from soil samples collected in two sampling plots, more than 70 morphotypes have been discerned and the 14 most common ECM-types of P alba determined using morphological and molecular meth-ods. Relative abundance of these dominating types and an identification key based on easily observable micro-morphological characteristics have been presented.},
  keywords = {*imported-from-citeulike-INRMM,~INRMM-MiD:c-13499333,micology,populus-alba},
  number = {2}
}
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