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  • noun Plural form of mycorrhiza.


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  • Their roots have -- as all trees have -- a partnership with a soil fungus called mycorrhizas whereby the fungus feeds on the sugars of the tree root and in return provides additional moisture and nutrients for the roots.

    Dr. Reese Halter: Saving the Remaining Old Growth Redwood Forests 2010

  • Morogo could possibly be cultivated in subsistence farming using low-cost biological systems known as mycorrhizas - fungi growing in natural association with roots of many plant species.

    ANC Daily News Briefing 2004

  • VA mycorrhizas in humid tropical ecosystems, pp. 107 - 34.

    Chapter 8 1996

  • Tropical mycorrhizas, nutrient cycles, and plant growth, pp. 327-45.

    Chapter 8 1996

  • The significance of rhizosphere microflora and mycorrhizas in plant nutrition, pp. 61 - 89.

    Chapter 8 1996

  • The effect of Rhizophagus tenuis mycorrhizas on ryegrass, cocksfoot and sweet vernal

    xml's 2008


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