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Arbuscular Mycorrhiza Fungi: prospects and new directions

New Content ItemChemical and Biological Technologies in Agriculture is now accepting submissions for an upcoming thematic series titled 'Arbuscular Mycorrhiza Fungi: prospects and new directions'. 

For this series, we welcome research in the following areas:

  • Effects of mycorrhiza in combination with other microbial bioeffectors
  • Metabolomics of plants treated with mycorrhiza
  • Mycorrhiza potential in reducing plant stresses
  • Below ground plant exudation stimulated by mycorrhiza
  • Mycorrhiza and soil carbon sequestration

Submit your article today by going to the Chemical and Biological Technologies in Agriculture submission site and selecting the  'Arbuscular Mycorrhiza Fungi: prospects and new directions' thematic series in the submission form. 

Below are articles which have been published in the series so far.

Guest Editor: Prof. Vincenza Cozzolino

  1. Content type: Review

    Traditionally, the most popular sentences used to describe the arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis sound like: “AM fungi form one of the most widespread root symbioses, associating with 80% of land plants. In thi...

    Authors: Alessandra Salvioli di Fossalunga and Mara Novero

    Citation: Chemical and Biological Technologies in Agriculture 2019 6:12

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  2. Content type: Review

    Arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) symbiosis is heavily and positively implicated in phosphorus (P) acquisition from soil to plants, including many important agricultural crops. Its role in plant nitrogen (N) nutriti...

    Authors: Jan Jansa, Sándor T. Forczek, Martin Rozmoš, David Püschel, Petra Bukovská and Hana Hršelová

    Citation: Chemical and Biological Technologies in Agriculture 2019 6:10

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