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By: Janusz Błaszkowski(Author)
303 pages, 85 colour photos and b/w illustrations
Recognition of species is fundamental to understanding how diversity affects ecosystem processes. Soil microorganisms having a worldwide distribution, and coexisting in a symbiotic association with ca. 70–90% of vascular land plants of the Earth are arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) of the phylum Glomeromycota (Smith & Read 2008). More than 220 species of this group of fungi have been described to date.
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