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Fundamentals of Mycorrhizal Biology and Biotechnology

By: Ramarao Pannuri(Author)
320 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, tables
Fundamentals of Mycorrhizal Biology and Biotechnology
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  • Fundamentals of Mycorrhizal Biology and Biotechnology ISBN: 9788185680651 Hardback Dec 2002 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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The present book deals with the fundamental aspects of mycorrhizal symbiosis, the morphology and taxonomy of fungal partners and also of harnessing mycorrhizas in agro-forestry practices so as to increase the yields ultimately catering to the needs of our growing populations.

The book is fully illustrated and covers information on various facets of mycorrhizal biology and biotechnology pertaining to ectomycorrhiza, VA mycorrhiza, Extendo-, Ericaceous- and Orchid-mycorrhizas. Special emphasis has been given to the Asian research activity in general and Indian Mycorrhizal research work in particular.

Mycorrhizal Research activity is considered as the ‘Thrust Area’ by the International Science Foundation, Department of Biotechnology and DST. As such the book should be of invaluable help to PG students, Teachers, Mycologists, Plant Pathologists, Soil Microbiologists, Horticulturists, Foresters, Agronomists, Ecologists and Plant Physiologists, working in Research Institutes and Universities.

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By: Ramarao Pannuri(Author)
320 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, tables
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