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The factors include the rate of root growth and pattern of branching; environmental variables that are optimal for root and fungal growth and close control of such variables; soil nutrient levels; selection of a time for the test that has a high probability of detecting all propagules independently of their size, since small propagules produce less regrowth than large ones. To reduce variability due to the probability that an organism may not reach a root, a standardized system must be used for all most probable number estimates.
Simultaneously, the life-histories of some populations have been unravelled. For some species the behaviour of a few populations is known and an outline of the plasticity of the species is becoming apparent. Although the particular life-history reflects the habitat from which the fungi were isolated, many of the same characteristics occur in the same species from different habitats, indicating that they are a species characteristic. Functional diversity associated with persistence may dominate the biology and hence the population development of many species.