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Agricultural intensification alters the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi communities of Arabica coffee in its Ethiopian center of origin
Coffea arabica grows symbiotically with Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF). Recent changes in management of the cultivation of C. arabica has altered the symbiosis. This poster highlights the difference and importance of AMF diversity in varying locations that C. Arabica is grown, and could be the first step towards improving coffee production.
M De Beenhouwer, M Van Geel, D Muleta, B Lievens, O Honnay Based on: Annual Conference of the Society for Tropical Ecology 2015 - Resilience of Tropical Ecosystems: Future Challenges and Opportunities
Based on: 20th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) 2014, Poster ID:1097976
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