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Abstract                 Volume:7  Issue-5  Year-2019          Original Research Articles


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Change of Species Composition of Fungi, Spread in Various Cenoses in the Conditions of Azerbaijan
Gulnar Rahim Aliyeva1, Emelia Mizandar Safaraliyeva1, Afag Latif Rzayeva2 and Fidan Rasim Mammadova3
1Institute of Microbiology of the NAS of Azerbaijan, Baku
2Institute of Soil Science and Agrochemistry of the NAS of Azerbaijan, Baku
3Baku State University, Azerbaijan, Baku
*Corresponding author
Abstract:

In the presented work, was researched soil mycobiota subjected to the various technogenic (contaminated with petrol, chemical industry waste, irrigated, urban soil) influences in the conditions of Azerbaijan. It was determined that the nature of technogenic impact contributes to the formation of soil microcomplexes with specific numerical and species composition, as well as ecologo-trophic relation. In addition, soil pollution with petrol and petrol products, not only violates its physico-chemical structure, but also worsens the phytosanitary situation by increasing the specific weight of pathogenic fungi.

Keywords: Anthropogenic impact, Soil, Mycobiota, Toxigenic fungi, Phytotoxic activity
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Gulnar Rahim Aliyeva, Emelia Mizandar Safaraliyeva, Afag Latif Rzayeva and Fidan Rasim Mammadova. 2019. Change of Species Composition of Fungi, Spread in Various Cenoses in the Conditions of Azerbaijan.Int.J.Curr.Res.Aca.Rev. 7(5): 5-8
doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcrar.2019.705.002