ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI FROM THE RfflZOSPHERES OF SOYBEAN CROPS IN LAMPUNG AND WEST JAVA*)
The occurrence of arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi in the rhizospheres of field-grown soybean crops in
the provincesÂ of LampungÂ and WestÂ Java wasÂ examined. NineteenÂ taxaÂ of AMÂ fungi wereÂ identifiedÂ as
follows: Acaulospora delicata, A. Foveata, A. rehmii, A. scrobiculata and A. tuberculata; Gigaspora cf. gigantea
and Gigaspora sp. 1; GlomusÂ clavisporum; GlomusÂ cf.Â fasciculatum, Glomus micro-aggregatum, GlomusÂ sp. 1,
GlomusÂ sp.Â 2, GlomusÂ sp.Â 3Â and GlomusÂ sp.Â 4;Â ScutellosporaÂ cf.Â heterogama,Â ScutellosporaÂ cf.Â pellucida,
Scutellospora sp. 1. Scutellospora sp.2. and Scutellospora sp. 3.
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