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2000-05

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J. H. Graham, L. K. Abbott

ABSTRACT

In southwestern Australia fields, colonization of wheat roots by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) is reduced due to repeated use of phosphate (P) fertilizers. We predicted AMF that aggressively colonize wheat roots at low P supply would also aggressively colonize at high P supply, but provide no additional P uptake benefit and reduce growth. Wheat (cv. Kulin) seedlings were non-mycorrhizal (NM) or inoculated separately with 10 isolates of AMF from wheat-belt soils in a glasshouse experiment. Kojonup loamy sand was supplied with P to provide suboptimal and supraoptimal P for growth of NM wheat in this soil. At low P supply, wheat growth was limited by P availability. All AMF isolates colonized wheat roots at 14 days after emergence of seedlings. At 42 days, percentage root length colonized (%RLC) was highest for two isolates of Scutellospora calospora, WUM 12(2) and WUM 12(3), followed by Glomus sp. WUM 51, G. invermaium WUM 10(1), Acaulospora laevis WUM 11(4) and Gigaspora decipiens WUM 6(1). These isolates, designated as `aggressive colonizers', ranged from 50 to 89%RLC. A second group of AMF ranged from 1 to 19%RLC at 42 days. This group, termed `non-aggressive colonizers', included Acaulospora spp. WUM 11(1), WUM 46, and WUM 49 and Glomus sp. WUM 44. High soil P supply increased seedling growth 2–3 fold, but reduced%RLC. Grouping of aggressive and non-aggressive AMF based on colonization rate at high P supply was similar to that at low P. At low P supply, only the two isolates of S. calospora increased wheat growth compared to the NM plant. The remaining aggressive and non-aggressive AMF reduced growth of wheat at low P, while aggressive colonizers reduced growth at high P. At low P supply, the aggressive colonizers increased shoot P concentration, while at high P, shoot P was not affected by AMF. Growth depression by aggressive colonizers was associated with reduced sucrose concentration in roots. Based on the negative growth response under low and high P fertility in the glasshouse, AMF could be expected to produce non-beneficial effects on wheat in the field depending on the P status of the soil and the aggressiveness of AMF in the community. More... »

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207-218

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Plant and Soil

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1-2

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220

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