Studi Keanekaragaman Genus Fungi Mikoriza Arbuskula di Sekitar Perakaran Pohon Jabon (Anthocephalus cadamba Robx Miq.) Alami
Sri Wilarso Budi R.
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Mycorrhiza is a mutualism symbiotic between fungi with high levels of plant roots, one of the soil fungi that has a high rate of spread is AMF. Many studies that discussed the use of AMF to increase plant growth, such as jabon.However the research that related of AMF diversity on jabon plant also needs to be done. This research is done by AMF trapping, firstly AMF trapping is taken from various location of soil smpel in Indonesia. After that one, isolation, characterization, and identification spores that have been found in Forest Biotechnology Laboratory PPSHB IPB, and Soil Microbiology Laboratory Research and Development Center of Forest Resources Bogor. AMF genus are found around the jabon roots namely Glomus, Acaulospora, Gigaspora and Scutellospora. Genus that dominated is the genus Glomus. The efective host plant for AMF trapping is Sorgum bicolor, because the Sorgum bicolor has roots that are more responsive than Pueraria javanica
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