Volume : V, Issue : III, March - 2016

Host specific plant litter decomposers in the environment

Raj Singh, Anju Rani, Amit Kumar, Permod Kumar, Gyanika Shukla, Mohd. Javed

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 Most of the microorganisms have wide range to colonise the plant litters whereas each species has its own specific flora, some of these may be host specific. The primary microflora Heraeleum spondylium and Utrica dioica were similar but there was mush diversity in respect of individual secondary microflora. Study revealed that specificity in the mycoflora colonizing different components even within same species, since different but specific fungal species were found to colonize the internodes and the leaves of the wheat straw. The study of interspecific association for understanding biological relationship among different plant species has been carried out. The term association was used for the specific combination of microfungi on decaying organic substrates. For examples the occurrence of Cladosporium herbarium, Alternaria tenius and Stemphylium sps. on cereal stubble, the occurring together Cladosporium herbarium, Alternaria tenius and Aureobacidium pullulans on weathered cotton.

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Raj Singh, Anju Rani, Amit Kumar, Permod Kumar, Gyanika Shukla, Mohd. Javed Host specific plant litter decomposers in the environment Global Journal For Research Analysis, Vol: 5, Issue : 3 March 2016


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