This description is a combination of information obtained from the protologue Koske and Halvorson, , type specimens, and universal patterns of morphological organization shared by all glomoid species. They are formed singly or in sporocarps, and freely in soil or in colonized roots. The spore wall is reported to consist of layers L1, L2 , suggesting some pleomorphy in number of layers synthesized. The hyphal wall consists of one or both layers of the spore wall depending on if spore has layers.
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The response of the pigeonpea plants, as judged by their higher and dry weight, under the influence of flyash amendment in VAM fungus infested soils was found to be considerably less though not significant enough when compared to the control plants without flyash that have otherwise shown significant increase in growth over the plants without Glomus aggregatum inoculation. However, flyash amendment without VAM inoculation was also found to enhance the growth of plants as compared to control plants without flyash and VAM inoculum.
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