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Fungal
Community
Presents by Sumera Saleem
Roll no: 373
Semester: 5th
Fungal Community Role in:
 Soil
 Plants growth
1
Soil Fungi
 Fungal communities existing in soil in
arrangement of web called mycelium. Fungi
increases the:
 Soil organi...
Soil Organic Matter
3
Soil Aggregation
 Fungi develop in stretched thin strands known as
hyphae. Size of fungal hyphae in soil has been
generat...
Soil Aggregation
5
Soil Erosion
 Mycelium presents on soil grasps the soil and
inhibits from erosion.
6
Mycorrhiza
 Mycorrhiza is a symbiotic link composed of
roots of vascular plant and fungus.
7
Mycorrhiza
 There are two type of mycorrhiza
 Endomycorrhiza: An Endomycorrhiza is kind
of mycorrhiza in which fungus in...
Ectomycorrhizae and
Endomycorrhizae
9
Mycorrhizae Advantages
 Improved nutrient and water uptake.
 Lessening of irrigation necessities.
 Decrease want for fe...
11
Plants Interconnect with Each
Other with Assistance of
Mycorrhizae.
12
Communication Among Plants
Through Fungi
 The link between plant’s roots is intracellular
and fungi. There is chemical me...
Communication Among Plants
Through Fungi
 In forests, it has furthermore been exposed
that once trees expire, they networ...
15
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  1. 1. Fungal Community Presents by Sumera Saleem Roll no: 373 Semester: 5th
  2. 2. Fungal Community Role in:  Soil  Plants growth 1
  3. 3. Soil Fungi  Fungal communities existing in soil in arrangement of web called mycelium. Fungi increases the:  Soil organic matter  Soil aggregation  Fungal communities present in soil also decreases the soil erosion. 2
  4. 4. Soil Organic Matter 3
  5. 5. Soil Aggregation  Fungi develop in stretched thin strands known as hyphae. Size of fungal hyphae in soil has been generate to be connected to the quantity of aggregates in the soil. Fungi support to produce aggregates in soil then their hyphae entangle soil elements and they create cross relations between soil particles. fungi and mycorrhizal fungi that settle new organic matter and are thought to be most significant for support aggregation. 4
  6. 6. Soil Aggregation 5
  7. 7. Soil Erosion  Mycelium presents on soil grasps the soil and inhibits from erosion. 6
  8. 8. Mycorrhiza  Mycorrhiza is a symbiotic link composed of roots of vascular plant and fungus. 7
  9. 9. Mycorrhiza  There are two type of mycorrhiza  Endomycorrhiza: An Endomycorrhiza is kind of mycorrhiza in which fungus infiltrates cortical cells of roots of vascular plant.  Ectomycorrhiza: An ectomycorrhiza presents outside root, fungal mycelium produce an wide system within leaf litter and soil. 8
  10. 10. Ectomycorrhizae and Endomycorrhizae 9
  11. 11. Mycorrhizae Advantages  Improved nutrient and water uptake.  Lessening of irrigation necessities.  Decrease want for fertilizer.  Improved drought resistance.  Improved pathogen resistance.  Improved stress tolerance and plant health.  Greater transplanting success. 10
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  13. 13. Plants Interconnect with Each Other with Assistance of Mycorrhizae. 12
  14. 14. Communication Among Plants Through Fungi  The link between plant’s roots is intracellular and fungi. There is chemical message working beside with nutrient exchange. The association is symbiotic and has progressed over thousands of ages. It has been exposed that it drives additional than a fungus and a plant; that fungi also attach adjacent plants to each other. Chemical message drives between multiple plants through fungi. 13
  15. 15. Communication Among Plants Through Fungi  In forests, it has furthermore been exposed that once trees expire, they network their residual nutrients out into fungi net to nourish other trees. Or else a vile tree may obtain nutrients from in good health trees. Word ‘mother tree’ has been practical to the main trees in forest for example these grandmothers really control over the health and well being of all nearby trees. 14
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