In four permanent plots of the Tai National Park in Ivory Coast the fungal populations of the litter and of the soil, the mycorrhizae and the chemical characteristics of the soil, during the recovery of the forest, are examined.Considering the tai forest as a climax community, the fungal mycoflora seems to belong to a climax association that, if disturbed, has the ability to recover fast through a regular succession.

Comparative studies on microfungi in tropical ecosystems. Further mycological studies in South Western Ivory Coast forest. Report n° 2. Mycological study of the soil. / Persiani, Anna Maria; Maggi, Oriana. - In: GIORNALE BOTANICO ITALIANO. - ISSN 0017-0070. - STAMPA. - 118(1984), pp. 224-238.

Comparative studies on microfungi in tropical ecosystems. Further mycological studies in South Western Ivory Coast forest. Report n° 2. Mycological study of the soil.

PERSIANI, Anna Maria;MAGGI, Oriana
1984

Abstract

In four permanent plots of the Tai National Park in Ivory Coast the fungal populations of the litter and of the soil, the mycorrhizae and the chemical characteristics of the soil, during the recovery of the forest, are examined.Considering the tai forest as a climax community, the fungal mycoflora seems to belong to a climax association that, if disturbed, has the ability to recover fast through a regular succession.
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