The term "mycorrhiza" portrays the symbiotic association of plant roots and fungi. Frank was the first who recognized between ectotrophic mycorrhizae (ectomycorrhizae) and endotrophic mycorrhizae (endomycorrhizae). There is difference about if arbuscular mycorrhizas or vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizas is the most proper name to use, since some fungi don't produce vesicles, arbuscules are not dependably present in roots and the role of arbuscules in nutrient exchange has not been affirmed.
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