Exploration Peat Mycorrhizal Indigenous In Kalimantan Barat | 41878
ISSN: 2157-7625

Journal of Ecosystem & Ecography
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Exploration peat mycorrhizal indigenous in Kalimantan Barat

5th International Conference on Biodiversity

Nurmala Pangaribuan

Universitas Terbuka, Indonesia

Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Ecosys Ecograph

DOI: 10.4172/2157-7625.C1.024

Peats ecosystem has different species and densities of Arbuscular Mycoriza Fungi (AMF). Plant Rhizosphere at peatland has various kinds of microorganisms, including AMF. For further use, study of the potency of indigenous AMF is necessary. This research was conducted to study the potency of indigenous AMF, from the physic corn and nuts, which grow on peatland of Rasau dan Jawai, Pontianak West Kalimantan. Soils samples were collected and then observed under microscope. The steps to study the potency of AMF were (1) trapping the spora, (2) identifying the types of spore, and (3) counting of spora with Seive and Wet Techniques by Pacioni and Brunndret. The result showed that the number of spores AMF of Glomus sp., from cultivated Rasau was 227 spores 50 g-1 soil and from of Jawai was 1819 spores 50 g-1 soil. Indigenous AMF from the soil where physic corn and nut grown at Rasau and Jawai were dominated by Glomus sp.

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