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Histología de raíces de café y musáceas, colonizadas por hongos micorrízicos y nemátodos

by Rivas Platero, G.G; Vásquez Morera, N; CATIE, Turrialba (Costa Rica). Programa de Investigación; 4. Semana Científica Turrialba (Costa Rica) 6-9 Abr 1999.
Series: Serie Técnica. Reuniones Técnicas (CATIE).Publisher: Turrialba (Costa Rica) 1999Description: p. 135-137.ISBN: 9977573190.Subject(s): COFFEA | MUSACEAE | MYCORRHIZAE | HONGOS DEL SUELO | NEMATODOS DE LAS PLANTAS | RAICES | MELOIDOGYNE EXIGUA | RADOPHOLUS SIMILIS | GIGASPORA MARGARITA | GLOMUS | TEJIDOS VEGETALES | COFFEA | MUSACEAE | MYCORRHIZAE | SOIL FUNGI | PLANT NEMATODES | ROOTS | MELOIDOGYNE EXIGUA | RADOPHOLUS SIMILIS | GIGASPORA MARGARITA | GLOMUS | PLANT TISSUES | COFFEA | MUSACEAE | MYCORHIZE | CHAMPIGNON DU SOL | NEMATODE DES PLANTES | RACINE | MELOIDOGYNE EXIGUA | RADOPHOLUS SIMILIS | GIGASPORA MARGARITA | GLOMUS | TISSU VEGETAL In: Summary: The mycorrhizal and nematode characteristics root colonising pattern are described. The mycorrhizal fungi showed branching pattern and several vesicles between root cortex cells and provoked modifications in cellular morphology. The nematodes provoked invagination of the cytoplasm cell and giants cells when the damage was associated to Meloidogyne.
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The mycorrhizal and nematode characteristics root colonising pattern are described. The mycorrhizal fungi showed branching pattern and several vesicles between root cortex cells and provoked modifications in cellular morphology. The nematodes provoked invagination of the cytoplasm cell and giants cells when the damage was associated to Meloidogyne.

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