Effect of mycorrhizal inoculation on black and white poplar in a lead-polluted soil

https://doi.org/10.17221/23/2016-JFSCitation:Salehi A., Tabari Kouchaksaraei M., Mohammadi Goltapeh E., Shirvany A., Mirzaei J. (2016): Effect of mycorrhizal inoculation on black and white poplar in a lead-polluted soil. J. For. Sci., 62: 223-228.
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A pot experiment was carried out to examine the effect of inoculation with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (originated from a soil polluted with Pb) on root mycorrhizal colonization, survival, growth and volume production of black and white poplar plants grown on polluted (Pb) and non-polluted soils. In July, mycorrhizal inoculation had no significant effect on stem growth and volume production of black and white poplar plants grown on polluted and non-polluted soils. In October, mycorrhizal inoculation improved only parameters of white poplar plants (survival on polluted soil; growth and volume production on polluted and non-polluted soils). Mycorrhizal inoculation increased the root colonization percentage of black and white poplar plants on both soils. Generally, black poplar plants had significantly better survival, root mycorrhizal colonization, stem growth and volume production than white poplar plants. Although mycorrhizal and non-mycorrhizal plants of black poplar on polluted soil had higher survival, growth and volume production than white poplar, however in white poplar mycorrhizal inoculation improved the efficiency of plants on polluted soil.
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