Comunidade de fungos micorrízicos arbusculares em solo cultivado com eucalipto, pinus e campo nativo em solo arenoso, São Francisco de Assis, RS

Ciencia Florestal (Impact Factor: 0.24). 01/2008; 18(3). DOI: 10.5902/19805098447
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ABSTRACT The aim of this work was to evaluate the community of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi spores in five areas cultivated with eucalipt ( Eucalyptus grandis W. Hill ex Maiden), pinus ( Pinus elliottii Engelm. var. elliottii) and native field, in arenization process, located in São Francisco de Assis-RS. The study of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi spore community was carried out by direct and indirect identification and the diversity index determination. The analyzed areas were native field, 2 and 6 years-old eucalypt field and 2 and 12 years-old pinus field. The obtained results showed that the most frequent genera were Acaulospora , Scutellospora and Glomus . The highest diversity of species was found in area of native field, followed by 2 years-old Eucalyptus area. The Cluster analyses showed a similarity of the minimum 70 % to the species of FMAs identified through spores and 50 % to the areas being studied.

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