By R. Jeewon, K. D. Hyde (auth.), Prof. Dr. Ajit Varma, Prof. Dr. Ralf Oelmüller (eds.)
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Transferred to each magenta box containing WMP media overlaid with a cellophane sheet. The seedlings were incubated in a growth chamber with a cycle of 16 h light and 8 h dark at 25 °C for 4–5 weeks. The L. bicolor culture was maintained on MMN medium (Podila et al. 2002) in MMN-filled Petri dishes (diam. 150 mm) at 22 °C. The fungal culture for inoculation of aspen roots was grown from agar plugs of mycelium placed on cellophane-covered MMN medium. Mycelial strips of approximately 15×5 mm were excised from the edge of the culture.
Garbeva et al. (2004) and Buckley and Schmidt (2002) have reviewed the effects of factors, such as plant type, soil type, soil management regime, microenvironment and disturbance, on soil microbial diversity, from single soil ag- 4 R. D. Hyde gregates to entire landscapes. These are not detailed here. Generally it appears that both cultural and direct morphological methods have specific bias, as data generated is largely dependent upon the methodologies involved. 3 Molecular-Based Methods The drawbacks associated with culture-dependent methods for the detection and identification of fungi in soil samples prompted the development of alternative methods which largely circumvent cultivation of target organisms.
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Advanced Techniques in Soil Microbiology by R. Jeewon, K. D. Hyde (auth.), Prof. Dr. Ajit Varma, Prof. Dr. Ralf Oelmüller (eds.)