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A range-wide restoration strategy for whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis)
Whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis), an important component of western high-elevation forests, has been declining in both the United States and Canada since the early Twentieth Century from theExpand
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Distribution of Mycorrhizal Types among Alpine Vascular Plant Families on the Beartooth Plateau, Rocky Mountains, U.S.A., in Reference to Large-Scale Patterns in Arctic–Alpine Habitats
Abstract Mycorrhizal symbiosis is critical to plant establishment and survival, influences plant community structure and function, and could be particularly important in harsh environments such asExpand
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Ectomycorrhizal fungi of whitebark pine (a tree in peril) revealed by sporocarps and molecular analysis of mycorrhizae from treeline forests in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
Whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis Engelm.) is unique as the only stone pine in North America. This species has declined 40%–90% throughout its range owing to blister rust infection, mountain pineExpand
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Subgenus Mallocybe ( Inocybe ) in the Rocky Mountain alpine zone with molecular reference to European arctic-alpine material
The genus Inocybe (including subgenus Mallocybe ) is a significant component of the ectomycorrhizal community in arctic and alpine habitats in terms of both diversity and distribution. Species areExpand
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Morphological and molecular systematics of Rocky Mountain alpine Laccaria.
The alpine zone is comprised of habitats at elevations above treeline, and macromycetes play important ecological roles as decomposers and mycorrhizal symbionts here as elsewhere. Laccaria is anExpand
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The Genus Inocybe in Montana Aspen Stands
Mycorrhizal members of the Cortinari- aceae are an important component of the mycoflora of aspen (Populus tremuloides) stands in Montana. Fourteen species of Inocybe that occur with aspen in MontanaExpand
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Systematics of the ectomycorrhizal genus Lactarius in the Rocky Mountain alpine zone
Lactarius (Russulales) is an important component of ectomycorrhizal fungal communities in cold-dominated contiguous arctic and disjunct alpine habitats where it associates primarily with Betula,Expand
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NATIVE MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI WITH ASPEN ON SMELTER- IMPACTED SITES IN THE NORTHERN ROCKY MOUNTAINS: OCCURRENCE AND POTENTIAL USE IN RECLAMATION 1
Aspen (Populus tremuloides) is an early successional tree that has naturally colonized large tracts of land near functioning and defunct smelter sites in the northern Rocky Mountains. This isExpand
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Mycorrhizal Fungi of Aspen Forests: Natural Occurrence and Potential Applications
Native mycorrhizal fungi associated with aspen were surveyed on three soil types in the north-central Rocky Mountains. Selected isolates were tested for the ability to enhance aspen seedling growthExpand
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