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African Journal of Biotechnology
Phosphorus (P) is mostly present in the form of insoluble phosphates in soil and so plants cannot utilize it. Plant roots are often associated with mycorrhizal fungi and other microorganisms that effectively can absorb P and other elements from the soil. In the present study, few mycorrhizal helper bacterial (MHB) strains such as Pseudomonas putida, Erwinia herbicola and Bacillus subtilis were isolated and identified from surface sterilized basidiomata and mycorrhizosphere of an ectomycorrhizaldoi:10.5897/ajb2014.13828 fatcat:77wyrhq6grg5djo4eyg4cmhqsi