Papel de los hongos formadores de micorrizas en la biorremediación de suelos agrícolas contaminados con metales pesados: revisión sistemática

Autores/as

  • Alicia Isabel Cano Tamayo Universidad de Antioquia
  • Diana Milena Zuleta Zapata Universidad de Antioquia
  • Leonardo Alberto Ríos Osorio Universidad de Antioquia, Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña

Palabras clave:

micorrizas, biodegradación, salud ambiental, fitorremediación

Resumen


Introducción: el objetivo de esta investigación fue describir el papel de los hongos micorrízicos en los procesos de biorremediación de suelos contaminados con metales pesados a partir de una revisión sistemá-tica de la literatura científica.

Métodos: se  realizó  una  revisión  sistemática  de  la literatura científica publicada entre 2003 y 2014 en  las  bases  de  datos  ScienceDirect,  Springer  Link  y  EBSCO. Esta búsqueda produjo un total de 39 artí-culos originales, filtrados por criterios de inclusión y exclusión. Adicionalmente, se incluyó literatura com-plementaria obtenida mediante la herramienta de bús-queda Google Academic.

Resultados y conclusión: este estudio reveló que las endomicorrizas y las ectomicorrizas son los tipos de micorrizas  más  frecuentemente  descritos  en  suelos  contaminados por metales pesados y que tienen me-canismos  de  tolerancia  al  estrés  generado  por  estos  elementos, los que incluyen la absorción y absorción de metales pesados, la promoción del crecimiento de las plantas, la alteración de propiedades bioquímicas y fisiológicas de la planta y producción de metabolitos.

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Alicia Isabel Cano Tamayo, Universidad de Antioquia

Microbiólogo Industrial y Ambiental, Grupo de investigación en Salud y Sostenibilidad, Escuela  de Microbiología, Universidad de Antioquia.

Diana Milena Zuleta Zapata, Universidad de Antioquia

Microbiólogo Ambiental e Industrial, Grupo de Investigación Salud y Sostenibilidad, Escuela de Microbiología, Universidad de Antioquia.

Leonardo Alberto Ríos Osorio, Universidad de Antioquia, Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña

Bacteriólogo, Universidad de Antioquia. Especialista en Parasitología Humana, Universidad de Antioquia. Doctor en Sostenibilidad, Tecnología y Humanismo, Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña. Profesor e investigador de la Universidad de Antioquia. Grupo de investigación en Salud y Sostenibilidad, Escuela de Microbiología, Universidad de Antioquia.

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Cano Tamayo, A. I., Zuleta Zapata, D. M., & Ríos Osorio, L. A. (2019). Papel de los hongos formadores de micorrizas en la biorremediación de suelos agrícolas contaminados con metales pesados: revisión sistemática. Hechos Microbiológicos, 7(1-2), 61–75. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.udea.edu.co/index.php/hm/article/view/339130

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