Mycological characteristic of root area of plants Carex hirta L. in oil-polluted sod-podzolic soil

L. Bunio1, O. ═udyk2, V. Oliferchuk2, O. Tsvilynyuk1, O. Terek1

1Ivan Franko National University of Lviv
4, Hrushevskyi St., Lviv 79005, Ukraine
2National Forestry University of Ukraine
103, Gen. Chuprynky St., Lviv 79057, Ukraine
dendro@is.Lviv.Ua

Influence of oil pollution on specific structure of micobiota of root zone of plants C.áhirta has investigated. Reduction of number of the majority of kinds of microscopic fungi at oil influence is revealed. At the same time, oil pollution of a soil promoted number increase melanin fungi which can be used in bioindication the anthropogenic polluted soils. It is established, that even in a year after oil flood Micromicetes complex was not restored to an initial condition.


Keywords: fungi, ground oil pollution, Carex hirta L., rhizosphere, rhizoplana, edaphosphere


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