Mycorrhizas, succession, and the rehabilitation of deforested lands in the humid tropics

David Janos

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Abstract

Describes the reliance of humid tropical plants on mycorrhizas, examines the characteristics of mycorrhiza inocula, the assessment of inoculum potential, and the likelihood of mycorrhizal fungus loss with deforestation, and considers the restoration of mycorrhizal fungi. -from Author

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFungi and environmental change
EditorsJ.C. Frankland
PublisherCambridge University Press, for British Mycological Society
Pages129-162
Number of pages34
StatePublished - Jan 1 1996
Externally publishedYes

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humid tropics
fungus
mycorrhiza
deforestation
rehabilitation
land
restoration
tropical plant
loss

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)
  • Environmental Science(all)

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Janos, D. (1996). Mycorrhizas, succession, and the rehabilitation of deforested lands in the humid tropics. In J. C. Frankland (Ed.), Fungi and environmental change (pp. 129-162). Cambridge University Press, for British Mycological Society.

Mycorrhizas, succession, and the rehabilitation of deforested lands in the humid tropics. / Janos, David.

Fungi and environmental change. ed. / J.C. Frankland. Cambridge University Press, for British Mycological Society, 1996. p. 129-162.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Janos, D 1996, Mycorrhizas, succession, and the rehabilitation of deforested lands in the humid tropics. in JC Frankland (ed.), Fungi and environmental change. Cambridge University Press, for British Mycological Society, pp. 129-162.
Janos D. Mycorrhizas, succession, and the rehabilitation of deforested lands in the humid tropics. In Frankland JC, editor, Fungi and environmental change. Cambridge University Press, for British Mycological Society. 1996. p. 129-162
Janos, David. / Mycorrhizas, succession, and the rehabilitation of deforested lands in the humid tropics. Fungi and environmental change. editor / J.C. Frankland. Cambridge University Press, for British Mycological Society, 1996. pp. 129-162
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