Which one of the following microbes forms symbiotic association with plants and helps them in their
nutrition?
  • a)
    Glomus
  • b)
    Trichoderma
  • c)
    Azotobacter
  • d)
    Aspergillus
Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?

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By Aishiani Jain · Jan 07, 2020 ·NEET
7 Answers
Rajneesh Jain answered Jan 08, 2020
Glomus is a mycorrhizal fungi.. and mycorhiza is symbiotic association!

Mehataj Shaik answered Jan 16, 2020
Several species of glomus include G.aggregatum are cultured and sold as mycorrhizal inoculant for agriculture soils . Being endomycorrhizal it helps the plants in the absorption of nutrients especially phosphorus from soil.
Option " A " is correct answer.

Rupanshi Singhal answered Jan 09, 2020
Coz out of these three only glomus form mycorhizal association b and d are fungi ,azotobacter is free living aerobic microbes

Adithya Shasan answered 1 week ago
Glomus is a mycorrhizal fungi
 
and mycorhiza is symbiotic association!

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