List of plant species belonging to the life form of phanerophytes and their percent mycorrhizal root length colonization with total percent coverage in different successional stages
Myrtus communis and Nerium oleander were recorded
as the most common phanerophytes with their high plant coverage
(Table 1 ).
Helianthemum stipulatum (chamaephyte), Bromus
rigidus (therophyte), and Vitis sylvestris
(phanerophyte) were common plant species in RD (Tables 1 , 2
, and 5 )..
The highest total mycorrhizal colonization rate was found in
phanerophytes (Table 1 , Fig. 2 ).
Some dominant phanerophytes, such as Myrtus communis and
Pistacia terebinthus , had dual colonization, including AM
and EMC in the same root system (Table 1 ).
Rhamnus hirtellus and Vitis sylvestris are also
characteristic phanerophytes for the RD stage, and they constituted
only the ECM colonization type (Table 1 ).
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