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Titel (primär) Manipulation of the, onset of ectomycorrhiza formation by indole-3-acetic acid, activated charcoal or relative humidity in the association between oak microcuttings and Piloderma croceum: influence on plant development and photosynthesis
Autor Herrmann, S.; Oelmüller, R.; Buscot, F.;
Journal / Serie Journal of Plant Physiology
Erscheinungsjahr 2004
Department BZF; BOOEK;
Band/Volume 161
Heft 5
Sprache englisch;
Keywords Quercus robur; Piloderma croceum; activated charcoal; Chl fluorescence; ectomycorrhiza; indole-3-acetic acid; relative humidity; root/shoot development
Abstract A Petri dish system in which development of oak (Quercus robur L.) microcuttings is stimulated by the late stage ectomycorrhizal (EM) fungus Piloderma croceum J. Erikss. & Hjortst. in a long pre-symbiotic stage was optimised to allow synchronous, rhythmic plant growth. Addition of indole-3-acetic acid or activated charcoal to the medium caused an early and more intensive EM formation coupled with suppression of most developmental effects of P. croceum. Leaf area, chlorophyll fluorescence, and content were compared in inoculated and uninoculated plants grown at two relative humidity levels (45 and 95 percnt;) and under consideration of three possible answers to inoculation, that is, no or EM formation after the 1st or the 2nd shoot flush. The culture conditions for uninoculated plants were suboptimal, leading toward photochemical stress reflected by a non photochemical quenching (qE) increase and a reduced Chl content at the end of the assay. Prior to EM formation, inoculation itself enhanced the optimal (Fv/Fm) and effective (ΦPSII) quantum yield in leaves of the 1st shoot flush under reduced relative humidity. It also fully protected the plants against stress during the complete assays. The results indicate that inoculated plants only form EM once they have acquired a sufficient development level and C-providing capacity. However, the fungus actively improves the development and photosynthesis of plants up to the pre-mycorrhizal stage, helping them to reach this capacity.
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Herrmann, S., Oelmüller, R., Buscot, F. (2004):
Manipulation of the, onset of ectomycorrhiza formation by indole-3-acetic acid, activated charcoal or relative humidity in the association between oak microcuttings and Piloderma croceum: influence on plant development and photosynthesis
J. Plant Physiol. 161 (5), 509 - 517