Pour en savoir plus …

Pour en savoir plus sur les endomycorhizes à arbuscules, que ce soit sur le maïs ou autre, voici une sélection de publications issues des ICOM 9 et 10 ayant eu lieu respectivement à Prague (République Tchèque) en 2017 et à Mérida (Mexique) en 2019, dont les résumés sont disponibles ici : https://www.iris.sssup.it/retrieve/handle/11382/521023/41237/icom9-book-of-abstracts.pdf et http://icom10.org/index.php/abstracts.


ICOM 9 :


Field reality: short-scale soil heterogeneity impacts mycorrhizal contribution to maize P nutrition under contrasted fertilization

Lidia Campos Soriano (CRAG, Cerdanyola, Barcelona, Spain), Elisa Taschen (UMR Eco&Sols, INRA, Montpellier, France), Marcel Bach (CRAG, Cerdanyola, Barcelona, Spain), Ran Erel (Eco&Sols, INRA, Montpellier, France), Damien Dezette (Eco&Sols, INRA, Montpellier, France), Silvio Salvi (DipSA, Universita’ di Bologna, Bologna, Italy), Blanca San Segundo (CRAG, Cerdanyola, Barcelona, Spain), Philippe Hinsinger (Eco&Sols, INRA, Montpellier, France)

 [icom9-book-of-abstracts.pdf, CL (ID 164), page 14]


How reliable are microbial inoculants in agriculture for improving yield and nutrient use efficiency? – a meta-analysis

Lukas Schütz (University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland), Andreas Gattinger (Research Insti-tute for Organic Agriculture (FiBL), Frick, Switzerland), Matthias Samuel Meier (Research Institute for Organic Agriculture (FiBL), Frick, Switzerland), Adrian Müller (Research Insti-tute for Organic Agriculture (FiBL), Frick, Switzerland), Paul Mäder (Research Institute for Organic Agriculture (FiBL), Frick, Switzerland), Thomas Boller (University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland), Mathimaran Natarajan (University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland)

[icom9-book-of-abstracts.pdf, CL (ID 197), page 26]


Conservation Agriculture – Are mycorrhizal fungi also conserved?

Joanna Dames (Biochemistry and Microbiology, Rhodes University, Grahasmstown, South Africa), Wendy Sekgota (ARC Plant Protection Research Institute, Pretoria, South Africa), Susan Koch (ARC Plant Protection Research Institute, Pretoria, South Africa)

 [icom9-book-of-abstracts.pdf, ST (ID 159), page 28]


Mycorrhizal allocation determines their function across varying environmental con-texts

Michael Remke (Forestry, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, USA), Nancy C Johnson (Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, USA), Matthew Bowker (Northern Arizona Uni-versity, Flagstaff, USA)

 [icom9-book-of-abstracts.pdf, CL (ID 65), page 415]


Linking AM fungi and pollinator interactions in agro-ecosystems: An ecological network approach

Peter Orrell (The James Hutton Institute, Dundee, UK), Alison Bennett (The James Hutton Institute, Dundee, UK), Darren Evans (Newcastle University, Newcastle, UK), Maria Nijnik (The James Hutton Institute, Aberdeen, UK)

[icom9-book-of-abstracts.pdf, CL (ID 274), page 416]


ICOM 10 :

Interactions between arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and non-host plants

Marco Cosme, Ivan Fernández, Maryline Calonne-Salmon, Ioannis A Stringlis, Ke Yu, Ronnie De Jonge, Saskia CM Van Wees, María J.Pozo, Stéphane Declerck, Marcel G.A. van der Heijden, Corné MJ Pieterse

Université Catholique de Louvain

[http://icom10.org/index.php/abstracts, ID 176, page 18]


Cooperation with hyphosphere microbiome helps arbuscular mycorrhizal community assembling in the root system

Jiachao Zhou, Gu FengChina Agricultural University

[http://icom10.org/index.php/abstracts, ID 26, page 24]


Aphid herbivory decouples of carbon-for-nutrient exchange in the AM symbiosis

Michael Charters, Steven Sait, Katie Field

University of Leeds

[http://icom10.org/index.php/abstracts, ID 63, page 26]


Plant-fungus-animal-virus interactions: Arbuscular mycorrhiza affects Grapevine fanleaf virus transmission by the nematode vector Xiphinema index

Zhipeng Hao, Diederik van Tuinen, Léon Fayolle, Odile Chatagnier, Xiaolin Li, Baodong Chen, Silvio Gianinazzi, Vivienne Gianinazzi-Pearson

Chinese Academy of Sciences

[http://icom10.org/index.php/abstracts, ID 124, page 30]


Friend or foe: how does a host plant distinguish among high and low benefit AM fungi?

Heike Bücking, Kevin Garcia, Kevin Cope, Arjun Kafle

South Dakota State University

[http://icom10.org/index.php/abstracts, ID 173, page 39]


How arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and rhizobia compete for host carbon resources in

tripartite interactions of Medicago truncatula?

Jaya Krishna Yakha, Kevin C. Richard, Arjun Kafle, Kevin Garcia, Xiurong Wang, Philip E. Pfeffer, Gary

  1. Strahan, Heike Bücking

South Dakota State University

[http://icom10.org/index.php/abstracts, ID 106, page 47]


Can we increase wheat growth and nutrient uptake using AMF inoculum?

Ashleigh Elliott, Katie Field

University of Leeds

[http://icom10.org/index.php/abstracts, ID 110, page 48]


Importance of arbuscular mycorrhizas in a maize-green manure rotation

David Alfonso Ortiz-Salgado, Felipe García-Oliva, Alejandro Alarcón, John Larsen

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

[http://icom10.org/index.php/abstracts, ID 180, page 85]


The fungal Champions League: Pathogens versus Mycorrhizas

David Johnson, Marina Semchenko, Richard Bardgett, Shixiao Yu, Minxia Liang, Xubing Liu

The University of Manchester

[http://icom10.org/index.php/abstracts, ID 308, page 94]


Mycorrhizal colonization, growth and foliar concentration of nutrients in seedlings of

pecan Carya illinoensis (Wang.) K. Koch and pistachio Pistacia atlantica Desf. inoculated with ecto-

and endomycorrhizal fungi

Socorro Héctor Tarango Rivero, Bertha Catalina Macías López, Alejandro Alarcón, Jesús Pérez-



[http://icom10.org/index.php/abstracts, ID 218, page 157]


Effect of P fertilization level on arbuscular mycorrhizal communities and maize growth under a tilled and no-tilled system

Yuya Tatewaki, Masao Higo, Yoshihiro Kawamura, Koya Nakamura, Katsunori Isobe

Nihon University

[http://icom10.org/index.php/abstracts, ID 289, page 210]


Impact of different cover cropping on the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities

colonizing maize roots

Masao Higo, Yuya Tatewaki, Koya Nakamura, Yoshihiro Kawamura

Nihon University

[http://icom10.org/index.php/abstracts, ID 283, page 211]


ID 276 – Seed coating: a tool for delivering arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi to agricultural crops

Rui S. Oliveira, Inês Rocha, Ying Ma, Pablo Souza-Alonso, Ale Látr, Miroslav Vosátka, Helena Freitas

University of Coimbra

[http://icom10.org/index.php/abstracts, ID 276, page 220]