Volume 6 - 2021
33. Role of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in sustainable crop production and forestry in Sri Lanka – A review
Madhushan KWA et al. (2021)
32. Ectomycorrhizal fungi associated with Pinus gerardiana in Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh, India
Tapwal A et al. (2021)
31. Global perspectives on the ecological, cultural and socioeconomic relevance of wild edible fungi
Pérez-Moreno J et al. (2021)
30. Growth promoting effect of microbial inoculants on Acacia nilotica grown under nursery conditions
Dash S, Gupta N (2021)
29. Talaromyces peaticola (Aspergillaceae, Eurotiales), a new species from the Zoige wetlands, China
Tian JQ et al. (2021)
28. Dominance of monoverticillate penicilli in the cold arid soils of Drass valley, India
Nonzom S, Sumbali G (2021)
27. Diversity of wood – decaying fungi in Haikou Forestry Farm, Yunnan Province, P.R. China
He X et al. (2021)
26. Diversity of Gasteromycetes in Rajasthan, India-II
Chouhan R, Panwar C (2021)
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