Pollution Research Paper

Vol 37, May Suppl. Issue 2018; Page No.(71-81)

CONGRUENCE OF MORPHOLOGY AND FATTY ACID METHYL ESTER PROFILE (FAME PROFILE) REVEALED LOW MYCORRHIZAL DIVERSITY IN SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH TANNARY SLUDGE

SANJEEV KUMARA AND ALOK ADHOLEYAB

Abstract

Arbuscular mycorrhiza fungi (AMF) associated symbiotically with 80% land plants are not only important for mobilization of phosphorous, but also for sustainable agricultural production and reclamation of polluted soil. Therefore, increasing use of biofertilizers (Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi) are ecologically important for most of vascular plants for their crop health and sustainable development. In that view aim of the study was to examine mycorrhizal diversity in soil contaminated by industrial waste and organically managed soil of subtropical ecosystem of northern India. A total 22 AMF morphotypes were recovered from green house trap culture originated from different land use gradient and subjected for spore morphology and fatty acid methyl ester profile (FAME), which represented six genera and twenty one species. Study suggested low mycorrhizal species in polluted soil as compared with organically managed and natural soil. This study incorporating biochemistry and morphology on AM spores collected from trap culture of industrial wasteland soil contaminated from textile effluents and conclude that Rhizophagus proliferus, Rhizophagus intraradices, Rhizophagus irregularis and Rhizophagus deserticola heavy metal tolerant AMF species and used for phytoremediation programme in polluted soil.

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