ISSN 2285-1364, ISSN CD-ROM 2285-5521, ISSN ONLINE 2285-1372, ISSN-L 2285-1364


Published in Scientific Bulletin. Series F. Biotechnologies, Vol. XXVI, Issue 2
Written by Marina DRAGOTA, Ştefana JURCOANE, Virgil UNTARU

The article analyzes the evolution of mycorrhizal fungi, which have occupied the function of symbiotic partners in association with plants, more precisely with their root system. The advantage brought by the existence of mycorrhizal symbioses for plant nutrition, highlighted the influence that this association has on the growth and development of plants. Mycorrhizae are present in mature ecosystems, ecosystems that show a cyclical and unitary evolution of the components between the biotic and abiotic unit, when mycorrhizal associations have the role of regulating the assimilation of food resources for the plants with which they are associated. In this association, hyphae play an important role in the nutrient cycle, having the function of stopping losses in the ecosystem. The present study aims to highlight the benefits of associating fungi with plant roots on wheat production. Thus, it was cultivated on a small area of wheat on a land where a fungal suspension was inoculated. Cultivated in parallel the control variant, in order to highlight the benefits of mycorrhiza. The obtained productions, the abiotic factors and the evolution of the plants were analyzed.

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