The agriculture, salinity and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi: a need, a problem and an alternative

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Medina-García, Laura R.;
(2016)
  • Publisher: Ediciones INCA
  • Subject: estrés abiótico | hongos | fungi | biofertilizers | biofertilizantes | abiotic stress

Entre las condiciones adversas de los sistemas agrícolas, la salinidad es el factor que más ha influido sobre el establecimiento de las poblaciones humanas. La misma inhibe el crecimiento de las plantas y su productividad, induce desequilibrios en las relaciones osmótic... View more
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