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Approaches to modelling mineral weathering by fungi

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Fungi are agents of geochemical change in the environment and play important roles in the soil, the plant-root zone, and in rock and mineral habitats. Modelling may serve as a tool to quantify fungal weathering under natural conditions. This paper provides a review of existing mycelial growth models and examines how these can be adapted to describe weathering by ectomycorrhizal and other fungi in mineral soil.

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Rosling, Anna, Roose, Tiina, Herrmann, Anke M., Davidson, Fordyce A., Finlay, Roger and Gadd, Geoffrey M. (2009) Approaches to modelling mineral weathering by fungi Fungal Biology Reviews, 23, (4), pp. 138-144. (doi:10.1016/j.fbr.2009.09.003).

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Published date: November 2009
Keywords: ectomycorrhiza, modelling, mycelia, nutrient uptake, weathering

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Local EPrints ID: 184637
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/184637
ISSN: 1749-4613
PURE UUID: e8dac2a5-4f75-4eeb-8052-d2357974ba7d

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Date deposited: 06 May 2011 15:09
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 11:51

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Author: Anna Rosling
Author: Tiina Roose
Author: Anke M. Herrmann
Author: Fordyce A. Davidson
Author: Roger Finlay
Author: Geoffrey M. Gadd

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