An analysis has been made of 58 original estimates of the ratio between mycorrhizal and nonmycorrhizal herbaceous plant species during primary endoecogenetic successions in technogenic habitats of the forest–steppe and taiga zones of the Urals. It has been found that the proportion of species forming arbuscular mycorrhizas similarly increases in the course of substrate overgrowing in both zones. At the stage of simple plant group, the proportion of mycorrhizal species is about 50–65%; at the stage of phytocenosis, 75–85% in technogenic habitats and 80–90% in natural habitats. The influence of different factors on this proportion decreases in the following series: successional stage > habitat type (by origin) > period of overgrowing > natural zone.
Russian Journal of Ecology – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 21, 2015
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