The microbe–plant interaction in soil under crude oil pollution was studied in Perm oblast, the Cisural Region. In the rhizosphere of plants growing in the oil-polluted soil, an increased abundance of nonsymbiotic saprotrophic micromycetes was recorded. Under conditions of crude oil pollution, the development of these microorganisms in the rhizosphere proved to have a strong adverse effect on the plants due to production of mycotoxins.
Russian Journal of Ecology – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 7, 2004
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