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Soil microfungi in three Swedish coniferous forests

Söderström, Bengt LU and Bååth, Erland LU (1978) In Holarctic Ecology 1(1). p.62-72
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Microfungi were isolated by the soil washing technique from 5 soil horizons in each of 3 podzolic coniferous forests: Picea abies at Kongalund, S. Sweden, Pinus sylvestris at Ivantjarnsheden and P. abies/P. sylvestris at Nickobacken (both central Sweden). A total of 126 species was identified, of which 45 were found at 3, and 24 at 2 of the sites. Mortierella and Penicillium were the commonest genera. Species composition differed markedly between the soil layers, but was similar between sites, for a given soil layer. From authors' summary.<new para>ADDITIONAL ABSTRACT:<new para>Fungi were isolated by the soil washing technique from 5 soil horizons in each of 3 podzols: spruce at Kongalund, pine at Ivantjarnsheden, and spruce... (More)
Microfungi were isolated by the soil washing technique from 5 soil horizons in each of 3 podzolic coniferous forests: Picea abies at Kongalund, S. Sweden, Pinus sylvestris at Ivantjarnsheden and P. abies/P. sylvestris at Nickobacken (both central Sweden). A total of 126 species was identified, of which 45 were found at 3, and 24 at 2 of the sites. Mortierella and Penicillium were the commonest genera. Species composition differed markedly between the soil layers, but was similar between sites, for a given soil layer. From authors' summary.<new para>ADDITIONAL ABSTRACT:<new para>Fungi were isolated by the soil washing technique from 5 soil horizons in each of 3 podzols: spruce at Kongalund, pine at Ivantjarnsheden, and spruce and pine at Nickobacken (south, central and central Sweden, respectively). A total of 126 spp. was identified of which 45 were found at 3 and 24 at 2 of the sites. Mortierella and Penicillium predominated. Spp. composition differed markedly between the soil layers but was similar between sites for a given layer [RPP 58, 3694] (Less)
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  author       = {Söderström, Bengt and Bååth, Erland},
  issn         = {0105-9327},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {62--72},
  publisher    = {Wiley-Blackwell},
  series       = {Holarctic Ecology},
  title        = {Soil microfungi in three Swedish coniferous forests},
  volume       = {1},
  year         = {1978},
}