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Title: Isolation and Evaluation of Aluminium Tolerant Isolates of Ectomycorrhizal Fungi for Reclamation of Contaminated Soils
Authors: Khosla, Babita
Supervisor: Reddy, M. Sudhakara
Keywords: Ectomycrrhizal Fungi;Aluminium Tolerance;Mineral Ion Analysis;Inductively Coupled Plasma Spectrophotometry;Phosphatase Activity Analysis;Vitro Mycrrhization Analysis;Protoplast Isolation and Regeneration;Bauxite Mined out Soil
Issue Date: 21-Sep-2006
Description: In the thesis, different ectomycorrhizal fungi were screened for their growth, phosphatase activity, mineral nutrition uptake and metal accumulation in their mycelia were studied at different concentrations of aluminium in pure culture. The ectomycorrhizal fungi were also grown with their respective host plants in vitro and their effect on host growth parameters and their mycrrhization ability was studied isolate was then inoculated in the bauxite mined out soil and the nursery plantlets werer transferred to check the survival of plants in the above mentioned soil.
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