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Symbiotic Relationships Mycorrhizae

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S: SUMMER 2011

FC: Symbitotic Relationship: Mycorrhizae Martha Maria Lucy Edgar

1: What is it? | Mycorrhizae are roots that are woven into a partnership with an even larger web of fungal mycelia.

2: Examples | Bumble bee and flower when the bumble bee extracts flower's pollen for protein and its nectar for energy.

3: How symbiotic relationship work by helping and gaining

4: *Roots to absorve more water and minerals from the soil. *Fungi releases enzymes that free nutrients in the soil . *Provide the fungi with the products of photosynthesis. | For what?

5: Best Friends

7: Gallery

8: Video | www.youtube.com/watch?v=bq1bTduTzC0

9: References | http://www.microbialearth.com/sites/default/files/images/mycorrhizal_fungi_rhizoshpere.jpg | http://www.microbialearth.com/sites/default/files/images/mycorrhizal_fungi_rhizoshpere.jpg *Textbook

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