La mycorhizosphère (ou parfois mycorrhizosphère) est la rhizosphère des racines mycorhizées,. Cette zone privilégiée héberge une population de microorganismes saprophytes fongiques ou bactériens, en général plus abondante que dans le sol témoin éloigné des mycorhizes.↑ D.H. Marx, 1972. Ectomycorrhizae as biological deterrents to pathogenic root infections. Ann. Rev. Phytopathol., 10, 429454. Cité dans Dommergues 1978↑ A. Rambelli, 1973. The rhizosphere of mycorrhizae. In Ectomycorrhizae.

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  • La mycorhizosphère (ou parfois mycorrhizosphère) est la rhizosphère des racines mycorhizées,. Cette zone privilégiée héberge une population de microorganismes saprophytes fongiques ou bactériens, en général plus abondante que dans le sol témoin éloigné des mycorhizes.
  • The mycorrhizosphere is the region around a mycorrhizal fungus in which nutrients released from the fungus increase the microbial population and its activities. The roots of most terrestrial plants, including most crop plants and almost all woody plants, are colonized by mycorrhiza-forming symbiotic fungi. In this relationship, the plant roots are infected by a fungus, but the rest of the fungal mycelium continues to grow through the soil, digesting and absorbing nutrients and water and sharing these with its plant host. The fungus in turn benefits by receiving photosynthetic sugars from its host. The mycorrhizosphere consists of roots, hyphae of the directly connected mycorrhizal fungi, associated microorganisms, and the soil in their direct influence.
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  • La mycorhizosphère (ou parfois mycorrhizosphère) est la rhizosphère des racines mycorhizées,. Cette zone privilégiée héberge une population de microorganismes saprophytes fongiques ou bactériens, en général plus abondante que dans le sol témoin éloigné des mycorhizes.↑ D.H. Marx, 1972. Ectomycorrhizae as biological deterrents to pathogenic root infections. Ann. Rev. Phytopathol., 10, 429454. Cité dans Dommergues 1978↑ A. Rambelli, 1973. The rhizosphere of mycorrhizae. In Ectomycorrhizae.
  • The mycorrhizosphere is the region around a mycorrhizal fungus in which nutrients released from the fungus increase the microbial population and its activities. The roots of most terrestrial plants, including most crop plants and almost all woody plants, are colonized by mycorrhiza-forming symbiotic fungi.
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