Welcome to the South American Mycorrhizal Research Network!
The South American Mycorrhizal Research Network is an horizontal scientific community directed towards the progress of mycorrhizal applications, research and public outreach in South America.
Imitating mycorrhizal networks, hopefully this network will cover the entire South American continent and extend abroad. The main activities of this network include: events organization (symposiums as Valdivia 2017 and Bariloche 2019, workshops and so on), outreach (check here our monthly video blog), diffusion of news and opportunities on mycorrhizal research, and connect local research groups with the hopes of establishing join research at the regional scale.
Being mycorrhizas such a complex and dominant symbiosis, we hope this network integrates students and researchers from all biological sciences areas. Your participation in the building of the network will make us stronger and more connected.
Check here for information about our III Symposium in the Colombian Amazon in 2023. Download PROGRAM (in Spanish, subject to change).
Our second book is:
Lugo, M.A., Pagano, M.C. (Eds). 2022. Mycorrhizal Fungi in South America. Springer, Cham. 465 p. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-031-12994-0
Our first book is:
Pagano, M., Lugo, M. (eds.). 2019. Mycorrhizal Fungi in South America. Springer, Fungal Biology Series. 374 p. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-15228-4
Check a manuscript in Plants, People, Planet from members of our Network, about mycorrhizal scientific outreach! PDF
Check a manuscript in New Phytologist relating the birth of our Network! PDF
Check a second manuscript in New Phytologist regarding our second symposium! PDF
Check out also an Editorial of our Network in the Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition!
And a post in the Global Soil Biodiversity Initative blog!
We are a Featured project at the Global Soil Biodiversity Initiative.
And we are also a Partner of the Global Soil Partnership of FAO.
We are a founder member of the Global Soil Biodiversity Observation Network – Soil BON
We contribute to the International Mycorrhiza Society Newsletter.