DIVERSITY OF FUNGI IN THE ALLIUM URSINUM L COVERED SOIL FOREST

Authors

  • A. B. BOROZAN
  • D. M. BORDEAN
  • D. DOGARU
  • T. CRISTEA
  • E. MADOSA

Abstract

In the soil,ecosystem there are differences in the diversity and spatial distribution of the fungal community. Forest soil samples were harvested in the spring season from the area of influence of plants of Allium ursinum L., in the western part of the country.The study of fungal diversity was carried out on the "soil grain method" on the sifted and ungrounded soil samples. The composition of fungal species is diverse, but there are also repetions (rehearsals) where the number of species is limited. The species present in both forest soil samples is Circinellaspp, followed by Penicillium spp and Aspergillus spp, the latter being isolated only from the sifted soil sample.The low-frequency species are: Torulaherbarum (species isolated from both soil samples), Chaetomium spirale (highlighted only in sampled (sifted) soil), Fusarium spp, Helminthosporiumspp and Mortierellamonospora, the last species isolated from the unsifted soil sample.

 

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2018-08-07

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Working Group 3: Fundamentally Disciplines and Environment and Plant Management