All structures that characterize the typical genus Gigaspora were observed in monoxenic culture of G.
2000) suggested that the development of monoxenic culture leads to changes in the culture medium, such as the decrease in pH to levels corresponding to the apoplastic pH or the accumulation of certain metabolites in roots.
clarum in monoxenic culture are best described by sigmoidal patterns, which have three distinct classic stages: lag, log and stationary.
The influence of environmental factors on sporulation of AMF could be studied using the technique of in vitro monoxenic culture of two AMF.
Modelling the sporulation dynamics of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in monoxenic culture.
Monoxenic culture of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and plant hairy roots.
Once obtained, monoxenic cultures of AMF enable continuous observations of fungal colonies, and the organization of the mycelium as well as the sporulation steps can be monitored.
Currently, it is known that spore production in monoxenic cultures of AMF follows a sigmoidal dynamic, composed of the three classical stages (lag, log and stationary) of development (DECLERCK et al.
In addition, studies on the environmental conditions that increase or stimulate AMF sporulation in monoxenic cultures are needed.