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  1. Abbaspour H., Saeidi-Sar S. & Afshari H. (2011). Improving drought tolerance of Pistacia vera L. seedlings by arbuscular mycorrhiza under greenhouse conditions. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research, 5, 7065-7072.

  2. Abdalla M.E. & Abdel-Fattah G.M. (2000). Influence of the endomycorrhizal fungus Glomus mosseae on the development of peanut pod rot disease in Egypt. Mycorrhiza, 10, 29-35.

  3. Abdel Latef A.A.H. (2011). Influence of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and copper on growth, accumulation of osmolyte, mineral nutrition and antioxidant enzyme activity of pepper (Capsicum annuum L.). Mycorrhiza, 21, 495-503.

  4. AbdelFattah G.M. (1997). Functional activity of VA-mycorrhiza (Glomus mosseae) in the growth and productivity of soybean plants grown in sterilized soil. Folia Microbiologica, 42, 495-502.

  5. Aboul-Nasr A. (1995). Effects of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza on Tagetes erecta and Zinnia elegans. Mycorrhiza, 6, 61-64.

  6. Adriano-Anaya M.L., Salvador-Figueroa M., Ocampo J.A. & Garcia-Romera I. (2006). Hydrolytic enzyme activities in maize (Zea mays) and sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) roots inoculated with Gluconacetobacter diazotrophicus and Glomus intraradices. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 38, 879-886.

  7. Aggangan N.S., Moon H.K. & Han S.H. (2010). Growth response of Acacia mangium Willd. seedlings to arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and four isolates of the ectomycorrhizal fungus Pisolithus tinctorius (Pers.) Coker and Couch. New Forests, 39, 215-230.

  8. Ahiabor B.D. & Hirata H. (1994). Characteristic responses of three tropical legumes to the inoculation of two species of VAM fungi in Andosol soils with different fertilities. Mycorrhiza, 5, 63-70.

  9. Ahmad M.H. (1995). Compatibility and coselection of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and rhizobia for tropical legumes. Critical Reviews in Biotechnology, 15, 229-239.

  10. Ahmed F.R.S., Alexander I.J., Mwinyihija M. & Killham K. (2011). Effect of Superphosphate and Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungus Glomus mosseae on Phosphorus and Arsenic Uptake in Lentil (Lens culinaris L.). Water Air and Soil Pollution, 221, 169-182.

  11. Ahmed F.R.S., Killham K. & Alexander I. (2006). Influences of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus mosseae on growth and nutrition of lentil irrigated with arsenic contaminated water. Plant and Soil, 283, 33-41.

  12. Akhtar M.S. & Siddiqui Z.A. (2007). Biocontrol of a chickpea root-rot disease complex with Glomus intraradices, Pseudomonas putida and Paenibacillus polymyxa. Australasian Plant Pathology, 36, 175-180.

  13. Akhtar M.S. & Siddiqui Z.A. (2008a). Biocontrol of a root-rot disease complex of chickpea by Glomus intraradices, Rhizobium sp and Pseudomonas straita. Crop Protection, 27, 410-417.

  14. Akhtar M.S. & Siddiqui Z.A. (2008b). Glomus intraradices, Pseudomonas alcaligenes, and Bacillus pumilus: effective agents for the control of root-rot disease complex of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.). Journal of General Plant Pathology, 74, 53-60.

  15. Al-Karaki G.N. (1998). Benefit, cost and water-use efficiency of arbuscular mycorrhizal durum wheat grown under drought stress. Mycorrhiza, 8, 41-45.

  16. Al-Karaki G.N. & Al-Omoush M. (2002). Wheat response to phosphogypsum and mycorrhizal fungi in alkaline soil. Journal of Plant Nutrition, 25, 873-883.

  17. Al-Karaki G.N., Al-Raddad A. & Clark R.B. (1998). Water stress and mycorrhizal isolate effects on growth and nutrient acquisition of wheat. Journal of Plant Nutrition, 21, 891-902.

  18. Al-Karaki G.N. & Clark R.B. (1998). Growth, mineral acquisition, and water use by mycorrhizal wheat grown under water stress. Journal of Plant Nutrition, 21, 263-276.

  19. Al-Karaki G.N. & Clark R.B. (1999). Varied rates of mycorrhizal inoculum on growth and nutrient acquisition by barley grown with drought stress. Journal of Plant Nutrition, 22, 1775-1784.

  20. Al-Karaki G.N. & Hammad R. (2001). Mycorrhizal influence on fruit yield and mineral content of tomato grown under salt stress. Journal of Plant Nutrition, 24, 1311-1323.

  21. Al-Khaliel A.S. (2010). Effect of salinity stress on mycorrhizal association and growth response of peanut infected by Glomus mosseae. Plant Soil and Environment, 56, 318-324.

  22. Alguacil M., Caravaca F., Diaz-Vivancos P., Hernandez J.A. & Roldan A. (2006). Effect of arbuscular mycorrhizae and induced drought stress on antioxidant enzyme and nitrate reductase activities in Juniperus oxycedrus L. grown in a composted sewage sludge-amended semi-arid soil. Plant and Soil, 279, 209-218.

  23. Alguacil M.M., Hernandez J.A., Caravaca F., Portillo B. & Roldan A. (2003). Antioxidant enzyme activities in shoots from three mycorrhizal shrub species afforested in a degraded semi-arid soil. Physiologia Plantarum, 118, 562-570.

  24. Aliasgharzad N., Neyshabouri M.R. & Salimi G. (2006). Effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and Bradyrhizobium japonicum on drought stress of soybean. Biologia, 61, S324-S328.

  25. AlKaraki G.N. & AlRaddad A. (1997). Effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and drought stress on growth and nutrient uptake of two wheat genotypes differing in drought resistance. Mycorrhiza, 7, 83-88.

  26. Aloui A., Recorbet G., Gollotte A., Robert F., Valot B., Gianinazzi-Pearson V., Aschi-Smiti S. & Dumas-Gaudot E. (2009). On the mechanisms of cadmium stress alleviation in Medicago truncatula by arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis: A root proteomic study. Proteomics, 9, 420-433.

  27. Amaya-Carpio L., Davies F.T., Jr., Fox T., Cartmill A., Arnold M.A. & He C. (2003). Effect of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and organic fertilizer on photosynthesis, growth, nutrient uptake and root phosphatase activity of Ipomoea carnea subsp. fistulosa. Hortscience, 38, 810.

  28. Ambriz E., Baez-Perez A., Sanchez-Yanez J.M., Moutoglis P. & Villegas J. (2010). Fraxinus-Glomus-Pisolithus symbiosis: Plant growth and soil aggregation effects. Pedobiologia, 53, 369-373.

  29. Ames R.N., Thiagarajan T.R., Ahmad M.H. & McLaughlin W.A. (1991). Co-selection of compatible rhizobia and vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi for cowpea in sterilized and non-sterilized soils. Biology and Fertility of Soils, 12, 112-116.

  30. Ammani K. & Rao A. (1996). Effect of two arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi Acaulospora spinosa and A. scrobiculata on upland rice varieties. Microbiological research, 151, 235-237.

  31. Ananthakrishnan G., Ravikumar R., Girija S. & Ganapathi A. (2004). Selection of efficient arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in the rhizosphere of cashew and their application in the cashew nursery. Scientia Horticulturae, 100, 369-375.

  32. Anderson R.C., Hetrick B.A.D. & Wilson G.W.T. (1994). Mycorrhizal dependence of Andropogon gerardii and Schizachyrium scoparium in two prairie soils. American Midland Naturalist, 132, 366-376.

  33. Andrade G., Azcon R. & Bethlenfalvay G. (1995). A rhizobacterium modifies plant and soil responses to the mycorrhizal fungus Glomus mosseae. Applied Soil Ecology, 2, 195-202.

  34. Andrade S.A.L., Gratao P.L., Azevedo R.A., Silveira A.P.D., Schiavinato M.A. & Mazzafera P. (2010). Biochemical and physiological changes in jack bean under mycorrhizal symbiosis growing in soil with increasing Cu concentrations. Environmental and Experimental Botany, 68, 198-207.

  35. Andrade S.A.L., Gratao P.L., Schiavinato M.A., Silveira A.P.D., Azevedo R.A. & Mazzafera P. (2009). Zn uptake, physiological response and stress attenuation in mycorrhizal jack bean growing in soil with increasing Zn concentrations. Chemosphere, 75, 1363-1370.

  36. Anjos É.C.T., Cavalcante U.M.T., Gonçalves D.M.C., Pedrosa E.M.R., Santos V.F. & Maia L.C. (2010). Interactions between an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus (Scutellospora heterogama) and the root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne incognita) on sweet passion fruit (Passiflora alata). Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology, 53, 801-809.

  37. Araim G., Saleem A., Arnason J.T. & Charest C. (2009). Root Colonization by an Arbuscular Mycorrhizal (AM) Fungus Increases Growth and Secondary Metabolism of Purple Coneflower, Echinacea purpurea (L.) Moench. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 57, 2255-2258.

  38. Aranda E., Sampedro I., Díaz R., García M., Ocampo J.A. & García-Romera I. (2007). Xyloglucanases in the interaction between saprobe fungi and the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus mosseae. Journal of plant physiology, 164, 1019-1027.

  39. Aranda E., Sampedro I., Diaz R., Garcia-Sanchez M., Arriagada C.A., Ocampo J.A. & Garcia-Romera I. (2009). The effects of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus deserticola on growth of tomato plants grown in the presence of olive mill residues modified by treatment with saprophytic fungi. Symbiosis, 47, 133-140.

  40. Arias I., Koomen I., Dodd J.C., White R.P. & Hayman D.S. (1991). Growth-responses of mycorrhizal and nonmycorrhizal tropical forage species to different levels of soil phosphate. Plant and Soil, 132, 253-260.

  41. Arriagada C., Aranda E., Sampedro I., Garcia-Romera I. & Ocampo J. (2009a). Interactions of Trametes versicolor, Coriolopsis rigida and the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus deserticola on the copper tolerance of Eucalyptus globulus Chemosphere, 77, 273-278.

  42. Arriagada C., Aranda E., Sampedro I., Garcia-Romera I. & Ocampo J.A. (2009b). Contribution of the saprobic fungi Trametes versicolor and Trichoderma harzianum and the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi Glomus deserticola and G-claroideum to arsenic tolerance of Eucalyptus globulus. Bioresource Technology, 100, 6250-6257.

  43. Arriagada C., Pereira G., García-Romera I. & Ocampo J. (2010). Improved zinc tolerance in Eucalyptus globulus inoculated with Glomus deserticola and Trametes versicolor or Coriolopsis rigida. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 42, 118-124.

  44. Arriagada C., Sampedro I., Garcia-Romera I. & Ocampo J. (2009c). Improvement of growth of Eucalyptus globulus and soil biological parameters by amendment with sewage sludge and inoculation with arbuscular mycorrhizal and saprobe fungi. Science of the Total Environment, 407, 4799-4806.

  45. Arriagada C.A., Herrera M.A., Borie F. & Ocampo J.A. (2007). Contribution of arbuscular mycorrhizal and saprobe fungi to the aluminum resistance of Eucalyptus globulus. Water Air and Soil Pollution, 182, 383-394.

  46. Arriagada C.A., Herrera M.A. & Ocampo J.A. (2005). Contribution of arbuscular mycorrhizal and saprobe fungi to the tolerance of Eucalyptus globulus to Pb. Water Air and Soil Pollution, 166, 31-47.

  47. Aryal U.K., Xu H.L. & Fujita M. (2003). Rhizobia and AM fungal inoculation improve growth and nutrient uptake of bean plants under organic fertilization. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture, 21, 29-41.

  48. Asrar A.-W.A. & Elhindi K.M. (2011). Alleviation of drought stress of marigold (Tagetes erecta) plants by using arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences, 18, 93-98.

  49. Atayese M.O., Awotoye O.O., Osonubi O. & Mulongoy K. (1993). Comparisons of the influence of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza on the productivity of hedgerow woody legumes and cassava at the top and the base of a hillslope in alley cropping systems. Biology and Fertility of Soils, 16, 198-204.

  50. Atilano R.A., Menge J.A. & Vangundy S.D. (1981). Interaction between Meloidogyne arenaria and Glomus fasciculatus in grape. Journal of Nematology, 13, 52-57.

  51. Awasthi A., Bharti N., Nair P., Singh R., Shukla A.K., Gupta M.M., Darokar M.P. & Kalra A. (2011). Synergistic effect of Glomus mosseae and nitrogen fixing Bacillus subtilis strain Daz26 on artemisinin content in Artemisia annua L. Applied Soil Ecology, 49, 125-130.

  52. Azaizeh H.A., Marschner H., Romheld V. & Wittenmayer L. (1995). Effects of a vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus and other soil-microorganisms on growth, mineral nutrient acquisition and root exudation of soil-grown maize plants. Mycorrhiza, 5, 321-327.

  53. Azcón R. & Barea J.M. (1997). Mycorrhizal dependency of a representative plant species in Mediterranean shrublands (Lavandula spica L.) as a key factor to its use for revegetation strategies in desertification-threatened areas. Applied Soil Ecology, 7, 83-92.

  54. Azcón R. & Tobar R.M. (1998). Activity of nitrate reductase and glutamine synthetase in shoot and root of mycorrhizal Allium cepa: Effect of drought stress. Plant Science, 133, 1-8.

  55. Azcon R. & ElAtrash F. (1997). Influence of arbuscular mycorrhizae and phosphorus fertilization on growth, nodulation and N-2 fixation (N-15) in Medicago sativa at four salinity levels. Biology and Fertility of Soils, 24, 81-86.

  56. Ba A.M., Plenchette C., Danthu P., Duponnois R. & Guissou T. (2000). Functional compatibility of two arbuscular mycorrhizae with thirteen fruit trees in Senegal. Agroforestry Systems, 50, 95-105.

  57. Bagayoko M., George E., Romheld V. & Buerkert A.B. (2000). Effects of mycorrhizae and phosphorus on growth and nutrient uptake of millet, cowpea and sorghum on a West African soil. Journal of Agricultural Science, 135, 399-407.

  58. Bagyaraj D., Manjunath A. & Reddy D.D.R. (1979). Interaction of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhiza with root knot nematodes in tomato. Plant and Soil, 51, 397-403.

  59. Bai D.S., Sun L.B., Wang H., Shao L. & Feng G. (2006). Effect of Inoculation of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi on Yield of Micro Propagated Potato. Chinese Potato, 6, 329-332.

  60. Basu M.J. & Santhaguru K. (2009). Impact of Glomus fasciculatum and fluorescent Pseudomonas on growth performance of Vigna radiata (l.) wilczek challenged with phytopathogens. Journal of Plant Protection Research, 49, 190-194.

  61. Beltrano J. & Ronco M.G. (2008). Improved tolerance of wheat plants (Triticum aestivum L.) to drought stress and rewatering by the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus claroideum: Effect on growth and cell membrane stability. Brazilian Journal of Plant Physiology, 20, 29-37.

  62. Benbrahim K.F. & Ismaili M. (2002). Interactions in the Symbiosis of Acaciasaligna with Glomus mosseae and Rhizobium in a Fumigated and Unfumigated Soil. Arid Land Research and Management, 16, 365-376.

  63. Bever J.D., Richardson S.C., Lawrence B.M., Holmes J. & Watson M. (2009). Preferential allocation to beneficial symbiont with spatial structure maintains mycorrhizal mutualism. Ecology Letters, 12, 13-21.

  64. Bi Y.L., Ding B.J. & Li X.L. (2001). Effects of VA mycorrhizae on the utilization of nutrient and water of winter wheat. Chinese Journal of Soil Science, 32, 99-101.

  65. Bi Y.L., Li X.L., Christie P., Hu Z.Q. & Wong M.H. (2003). Growth and nutrient uptake of arbuscular mycorrhizal maize in different depths of soil overlying coal fly ash. Chemosphere, 50, 863-869.

  66. Bilgo A., Sangare S.K., Thioulouse J., Prin Y., Hien V., Galiana A., Baudoin E., Hafidi M., Ba A.M. & Duponnois R. (2012). Response of native soil microbial functions to the controlled mycorrhization of an exotic tree legume, Acacia holosericea in a Sahelian ecosystem. Mycorrhiza, 22, 175-187.

  67. Biro I., Nemeth T. & Takacs T. (2009). Changes of Parameters of Infectivity and Efficiency of Different Glomus mosseae Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi Strains in Cadmium-Loaded Soils. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, 40, 227-239.

  68. Biro I. & Takacs T. (2007). Effects of Glomus mosseae strains of different origin on plant macro-and micronutrient uptake in cd-polluted and unpolluted soils. Acta Agronomica Hungarica, 55, 183-192.

  69. Boby V.U., Balakrishna A.N. & Bagyaraj D.J. (2008). Interaction between Glomus mosseae and soil yeasts on growth and nutrition of cowpea. Microbiological Research, 163, 693-700.

  70. Boddington C.L. & Dodd J.C. (1999). Evidence that differences in phosphate metabolism in mycorrhizas formed by species of Glomus and Gigaspora might be related to their life-cycle strategies. New Phytologist, 142, 531-538.

  71. Borde M., Dudhane M. & Jite P. (2011). Growth photosynthetic activity and antioxidant responses of mycorrhizal and non-mycorrhizal bajra (Pennisetum glaucum) crop under salinity stress condition. Crop Protection, 30, 265-271.

  72. Borowicz V.A. (1997). A fungal root symbiont modifies plant resistance to an insect herbivore. Oecologia, 112, 534-542.

  73. Boureima S., Diouf M., Diop T.A., Diatta M., Leye E.M., Ndiaye F. & Seck D. (2008). Effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal inoculation on the growth and the development of sesame (Sesamum indicum L.). African Journal of Agricultural Research, 3, 234-238.

  74. Braunberger P.G., Abbott L.K. & Robson A.D. (1996). Infectivity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi after wetting and drying. New Phytologist, 134, 673-684.

  75. Brejda J.J., Yocom D., Moser L.E. & Waller S.S. (1993). Dependence of 3 Nebraska Sandhills warm-season grasses on vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae. Journal of Range Management, 14-20.

  76. Bryla D.R. & Duniway J.M. (1997). Growth, phosphorus uptake, and water relations of safflower and wheat infected with an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus. New Phytologist, 136, 581-590.

  77. Burleigh S.H., Cavagnaro T. & Jakobsen I. (2002). Functional diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizas extends to the expression of plant genes involved in P nutrition. Journal of Experimental Botany, 53, 1593-1601.

  78. Busquets M., Calvet C., Camprubi A. & Estaun V. (2010). Differential effects of two species of arbuscular mycorrhiza on the growth and water relations of Spartium junceum and Anthyllis cytisoides. Symbiosis, 52, 95-101.

  79. Cabello M., Irrazabal G., Bucsinszky A.M., Saparrat M. & Schalamuk S. (2005). Effect of an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus, Glomus mosseae, and a rock-phosphate-solubilizing fungus, Penicillium thomii, on Mentha piperita growth in a soilless medium. Journal of Basic Microbiology, 45, 182-189.

  80. Cai X.B., Feng G., Qian C. & Gai J.P. (2007). Effects of AM fungi on steppe plants and soil environment in Tibet plateau. Acta Pedologica Sinica, 44, 63-72.

  81. Cai X.B., Gai J.P., Qian C. & Feng G. (2006). Field inoculation effect of AM fungi on Tibet plateau Stipa bungeana grassland. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology, 17 2121-2126.

  82. Calvet C., Pinochet J., Camprubi A. & Fernandez C. (1995). Increased tolerance to the root-lesion nematode Pratylenchus-vulnus in mycorrhizal micropropagated ba-29 quince rootstock. Mycorrhiza, 5, 253-258.

  83. Camprubi A. & Calvet C. (1996). Isolation and screening of mycorrhizal fungi from citrus nurseries and orchards and inoculation studies. Hortscience, 31, 366-369.

  84. Camprubi A., Calvet C. & Estaun V. (1995). Growth enhancement of citrus-reshni after inoculation with Glomus intraradices and Trichoderma aureoviride and associated effects on microbial populations and enzyme activity in potting mixes. Plant and Soil, 173, 233-238.

  85. Camprubi A., Estaun V. & Calvet C. (2011). Greenhouse inoculation of psammophilic plant species with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi to improve survival and early growth. European Journal of Soil Biology, 47, 194-197.

  86. Camprubi A., Estaun V., Nogales A., Garcia-Figueres F., Pitet M. & Calvet C. (2008). Response of the grapevine rootstock Richter 110 to inoculation with native and selected arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and growth performance in a replant vineyard. Mycorrhiza, 18, 211-216.

  87. Camprubi A., Pinochet J., Calvet C. & Estaun V. (1993). Effects of the root-lesion nematode Pratylenchus vulnus and the vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus mosseae on the growth of three plum rootstocks. Plant and Soil, 153, 223-229.

  88. Caravaca F., Alguacil M.M., Vassileva M., Diaz G. & Roldan A. (2004a). AM fungi inoculation and addition of microbially-treated dry olive cake-enhanced afforestation of a desertified Mediterranean site. Land Degradation & Development, 15, 153-161.

  89. Caravaca F., Barea J.M., Palenzuela J., Figueroa D., Alguacil M.M. & Roldan A. (2003a). Establishment of shrub species in a degraded semiarid site after inoculation with native or allochthonous arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Applied Soil Ecology, 22, 103-111.

  90. Caravaca F., del Mar Aiguacil M., Diaz G., Marin P. & Roldan A. (2006). Growth and nitrate reductase activity in Juniperus oxycedrus subjected to organic amendments and inoculation with arbuscular mycorrhizae. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science-Zeitschrift Fur Pflanzenernahrung Und Bodenkunde, 169, 501-505.

  91. Caravaca F., del Mar Alguacil M., Díaz G. & Roldán A. (2003b). Use of nitrate reductase activity for assessing effectiveness of mycorrhizal symbiosis in Dorycnium pentaphyllum under induced water deficit. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, 34, 2291-2302.

  92. Caravaca F., Figueroa D., Barea J.M., Azcon-Aguilar C. & Roldan A. (2004b). Effect of mycorrhizal inoculation on nutrient acquisition, gas exchange, and nitrate reductase activity of two Mediterranean-autochthonous shrub species under drought stress. Journal of Plant Nutrition, 27, 57-74.

  93. Carling D., Roncadori R. & Hussey R. (1989). Interactions of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, root-knot nematode, and phosphorus fertilization on soybean. Plant Disease, 73, 730-733.

  94. Carling D., Roncadori R. & Hussey R. (1995). Interactions of arbuscular mycorrhizae, Meloidogyne arenaria, and phosphorus fertilization on peanut. Mycorrhiza, 6, 9-13.

  95. Castillo P., Nico A.I., Azcon-Aguilar C., Rincon C.D.R., Calvet C. & Jimenez-Diaz R.M. (2006). Protection of olive planting stocks against parasitism of root-knot nematodes by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Plant Pathology, 55, 705-713.

  96. Cavagnaro T.R., Smith F.A., Smith S.E. & Jakobsen I. (2005). Functional diversity in arbuscular mycorrhizas: exploitation of soil patches with different phosphate enrichment differs among fungal species. Plant Cell and Environment, 28, 642-650.

  97. Chakraborty M.R., Ghosh I., Ojha S., Dutta S. & Chatterjee N.C. (2008). Synergic effects of VAM and polyphenoloxidases on increased productivity of brinjal and tomato in relation to resistance against Fusarial wilt. Acta Phytopathologica et Entomologica Hungarica, 43, 37-44.

  98. Chandanie W., Kubota M. & Hyakumachi M. (2009). Interactions between the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus mosseae and plant growth-promoting fungi and their significance for enhancing plant growth and suppressing damping-off of cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.). Applied Soil Ecology, 41, 336-341.

  99. Chandanie W.A., Kubota M. & Hyakumachi M. (2005). Interaction between arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus mosseae and plant growth promoting fungus Phoma sp on their root colonization andgrowth promotion of cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.). Mycoscience, 46, 201-204.

  100. Chaudhary V., Kapoor R. & Bhatnagar A.K. (2008). Effectiveness of two arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on concentrations of essential oil and artemisinin in three accessions of Artemisia annua L.
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