Mycorrhizal diversity of an endemic terrestrial orchid

 

Authors
Sharma, Jyotsna; Ishida, Maria; Yadon, Vernal
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Mycorrhizal associations of the Orchidaceae - the largest and most diverse angiosperm family with an estimated number of taxa ranging between 17,000 and 35,000 – are highly complex. Plant-fungus inter- actions in this family can range from obligate- or fac- ultative mycotrophy, mutualism, to minimal depen- dence on fungi in adulthood (Smith & Read 1997, Sivasithamparam et al. 2002, Taylor et al. 2002, Cameron et al. 2006).  
Mycorrhizal associations of the Orchidaceae - the largest and most diverse angiosperm family with an estimated number of taxa ranging between 17,000 and 35,000 – are highly complex. Plant-fungus inter- actions in this family can range from obligate- or fac- ultative mycotrophy, mutualism, to minimal depen- dence on fungi in adulthood (Smith & Read 1997, Sivasithamparam et al. 2002, Taylor et al. 2002, Cameron et al. 2006).  

Publication Year
2015
Language
Español
Topic
Ascomycetes
Basidiomycetes
Pinus radiata
Arctostaphylos
Piperia yadonii
Ascomycetes
Basidiomycetes
Pinus radiata
Arctostaphylos
Piperia yadonii
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