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Book ID:  098653
Sharma, G.D. and Tali Ajungla

Heavy metal pollution and mycorrhiza. 2010. (Aspect of Plant Sciences, 18). figs. tabs. photogr. 128 p. gr8vo. Hardcover.
In recent past heavy metal toxicity has been studied at genetic, biochemical, physiological and molecular levels both in laboratory and in contaminated environment. Mycorrhiza, ubiquitous symbiotic association between fungi and roots of higher plants constitute an important functional component of soil ecosystem. The positive role of mycorrhiza in nutrient uptake and improving crop has shown that mycorrhizal fungi also improve tolerance of plants to heavy metals and provide them better support to overcome abiotic stress caused by heavy metals. This book provides critical research analysis on the role of mycorrhiza on microbial enzymes, improvement of growth of seedling under heavy metal polluted soil and the possible mechanism of detoxification of heavy metals by microbes, mycorrhiza and plants.
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