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influence of rhizophagus irregularis inoculation and phosphorus application on growth and arsenic accumulation in maize (zea mays l.) cultivated on an arsenic-contaminated soil.southern tuscany (italy) is characterized by extensive arsenic (as) anomalies, with concentrations of up to 2000 mg kg soil(-1). samples from the location of scarlino, containing about 200 mg kg(-1) of as, were used to study the influence of the inoculation of an arbuscular mycorrhizal (am) fungus (rhizophagus irregularis, previously known as glomus intraradices) and of phosphorus (p) application, separately and in combination, on as speciation in the rhizosphere of zea mays on plant growth and ...201525716900
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