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AMFACE (Allied Command, Europe) Mobile Force
AMFAutorité des Marchés Financiers (French)
AMFArbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi
AMFAction Message Format
AMFAmsterdan Music Festival (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
AMFAssociation des Maires de France (French: Association of Mayors of France)
AMFAgainst Malaria Foundation (UK)
AMFAgainst Modern Football
AMFAsset Management Finance (New York, NY)
AMFArab Monetary Fund
AMFAdvanced Module Format
AMFAll Media Floppy
AMFAccess Management Framework
AMFAsian Monetary Fund
AMFAustin Music Foundation (Austin, TX)
AMFAirborne Maritime Fixed
AMFAutocrine Motility Factor
AMFAirborne, Maritime, Fixed (Joint Tactical Radio System station)
AMFAttacking Midfielder (soccer)
AMFAustralian Military Forces
AMFAnhydrous Milk Fat
AMFAround Mean Field
AMFAdvanced Module Format (digital music file format)
AMFAustralian Mineral Foundation
AMFAuto Mains Failure
AMFAmerican Machine & Foundry (now AMF, Inc.)
AMFAdios, My Friend
AMFAmber Master Fund (investment)
AMFAmerican Muslim Foundation
AMFAnnual Membership Fee
AMFAirmen Memorial Foundation
AMFAnnual Maintenance Fee
AMFAir-Mass Factor
AMFA Modern Fairytale (club)
AMFAirport Mail Facility
AMFAd Mortem Festinamus (personal blog; Belgium)
AMFAssurance Mutuelle des Fonctionnaires (French)
AMFAmerican Melanoma Foundation
AMFAllied Mobile Force
AMFAlways Means Fun
AMFAmerican Messianic Fellowship
AMFAstronaut Memorial Foundation (NASA)
AMFAdaptive Matched Filter
AMFAvignon Motor Festival (Avignon, France)
AMFAtlantic Music Festival (New York, NY)
AMFAmerican Menopause Foundation
AMFAlternative Medicine Foundation
AMFAnnual Manufacturing Forum (Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology)
AMFAiling Mothers & Fathers (National Students of )
AMFApogee Motor Firing
AMFARM (Atmospheric Radiation Measurement) Mobile Facility (climate research)
AMFAlternative Motor Fuel
AMFAcademy of Saint Martini in the Fields (London, UK)
AMFAsset Management Fee (investing)
AMFAlpha Mike Foxtrot
AMFAutomated Mapping Facility (databases)
AMFAlfred Mozer Foundation (Netherlands)
AMFAerobic Metabolism Facilitator
AMFAustralian Museums Forum
AMFAuthentication Management Function
AMFAlliance Military Federation (gaming)
AMFAerial Maneuver Fighter (Gundam Seed Anime)
AMFAthens Music Factory
AMFAutomated Module Fabrication
AMFAsia Multimedia Forum
AMFAggressive Music Festival
AMFAccount Metering Function
AMFAir Mobile Force
AMFArmy Management Fund
AMFAutomatic Maneuvering Flaps (aircraft)
AMFAgent Migration Facility
AMFAlternate Medical Facility
AMFAssistant Manager for Facilities and Laboratory Management
AMFActuarial Mail File
AMFAutomated Materials Frisker
AMFAirmen Memorial Fund
AMFActivity Master File
AMFAbbreviated Master Data File
AMFAndover Manufacturing Facility
AMFAdios Mother Figure (polite form)
AMFAlways Match Fault
References in periodicals archive ?
Plant species differ in their ability to reduce allocation to non-beneficial arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Ecology, 93:711-718.
Interactions between arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and bacteria and their potential for stimulating plant growth.
Arbuscular mycorrhiza (AM) is a symbiotic association formed with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) and 80% of terrestrial plant roots.
3) The abundance of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, and consequent interaction with nitrogen cycling prokaryotes, will further alter nitrogen cycling dynamics, and will be associated with lower nitrate leaching
In particular, earthworms and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) have a major influence on soil physical properties and nutrient availability (Milleret et al.
Inoculation with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) has been studied in some fruits (FARIAS et al., 2014: RITER NETO et al., 2014; SOARES et al., 2012; NUNES et al., 2013; COELHO et al., 2012; ANZANELLO et al., 2011), including soursop (SAMARAO et al., 2011).
com/; asi como las descritas en el manual de Schenck y Perez (1990) y en la International Culture Collection of (Vesicular) Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (http://invam.wvu.
Fitter, Natural selection and the evolutionary ecology of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (Phylum Glomeromycota).