Mikorizacija sadnica hrasta i leske različitim vrstama roda Tuber
Mycorrhization of oak and hazel trees with different species of the genus Tuber
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The root system of oak (Quercus cerris L., Q. robur L., Q. petrea, Lieblein and Q. borealis L.) and hazel trees (Corylus avellana L.) raised in greenhouse conditions was inoculated with a suspension of ascospores of: Tuber aestivum Vitt, T. melanosporum Vitt., T. macrosporum Vitt. (black truffles) and T. magnatum Pico ex Vitt. (white truffle). Roots were examined after 4, 8, 10 and 36 months. After 4 months symbiosis could be observed at ultrastructural level. Mycelium from isolated mycoclenes was applied to oak tree root systems with an aim of proving its identity and viability. Mycorrhiza was obtained and the mycelium was reisolated.