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FIGURE 10.5 The influence of different species of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi isolated from the Long-Term Mycorrhizal Research Site (LTMRS; Guelph, ON, Canada) on the growth of different plant species, relative to nonmycorrhizal controls. Plant seeds used in this experiment were also collected from the LTMRS. Plant responses to inoculation with the different fungal species ranged from highly positive to highly negative. Plant genera, from left to right along the horizontal axis, are Agrostis, Aster, Bromus, Chrysanthemum, Daucus, Fragaria, Oenothera, Plantago, Rudbeckia, and Solidago. Fungal genera, in the legend, are A, Acaulospora; Gi, Gigaspora; G, Glomus; S, Scutellospora. For all treatments, the 95% confidence interval is ±18%. (Reprinted from Klironomos, 2003, with permission; copyright 2003, Ecological Society of America.)

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FIGURE 10.5 The influence of different species of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi isolated from the Long-Term Mycorrhizal Research Site (LTMRS; Guelph, ON, Canada) on the growth of different plant species, relative to nonmycorrhizal controls. Plant seeds used in this experiment were also collected from the LTMRS. Plant responses to inoculation with the different fungal species ranged from highly positive to highly negative. Plant genera, from left to right along the horizontal axis, are Agrostis, Aster, Bromus, Chrysanthemum, Daucus, Fragaria, Oenothera, Plantago, Rudbeckia, and Solidago. Fungal genera, in the legend, are A, Acaulospora; Gi, Gigaspora; G, Glomus; S, Scutellospora. For all treatments, the 95% confidence interval is ±18%. (Reprinted from Klironomos, 2003, with permission; copyright 2003, Ecological Society of America.)

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