Definition of mycotrophy in English:

mycotrophy

Pronunciation /mīˈkätrəfē/

noun

Botany

See mycotrophic

‘The colonization is a specialized form of mycotrophy which enable the plants to survive in poor soils.’
  • ‘The study results suggest that mycotrophy is favoured by increasing soil organic matter and avoiding heavy fertilization.’
  • ‘Research showed that the mycotrophy of Scots pine, planted in soil degraded by air pollution, may be considerably improved by planting seedlings with a properly developed ectomycorrhiza.’
  • ‘It is possible that the lack of information about mycotrophy of plant species in Brazil is responsible for that.’