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Mycorrhizal associations in woody plant species at the Mt. Usu volcano, Japan
We investigated the association between ectomycorrhizal (ECM) and arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi and pioneer woody plant species in areas devastated by the eruption of Mt. Usu, Japan, in 2000. WeExpand
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Vegetation and Colonization Status of Mycorrhizal and Endophytic Fungi in Plant Species on Acidic Barren at Crater Basin of Volcano Esan in Hokkaido, Japan
We investigated the colonization status of mycorrhizal and endophytic fungi in roots of plants established on an acidic barren at volcano Esan, Hokkaido, Japan. In total, 87 individuals of 21 plantExpand
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Intraspecific variation in mycelial growth of Cenococcum geophilum isolates in response to salinity gradients
Abstract Although interspecific variation in the response of ectomycorrhizal fungi to salinity has been examined, knowledge of the intraspecific variation is limited. We evaluated the salinityExpand
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Macrofungal Flora on the Volcano Usu, Deforested by 2000 Eruptions
An area on the volcano Usu was deforested by an eruption in 2000. Sporocarp occurrence of macro fungi in this devastated area and the surrounding area on its circumference was investigated. A totalExpand
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Inocybe nitidiuscula, new to Japan
A species of the genus Inocybe, which has not been recorded previously in Japan, is described and illustrated as a new record. Inocybe nitidiuscula (Britzelm.) Sacc. belongs to the subgenus InocibiumExpand
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Morphological Characteristics of Ectomycorrhizas Found in Willow and Poplar Seedlings Established in the Area Devastated by the Volcanic Eruption of Mt. Usu, Hokkaido, Japan in 2000
The ectomycorrhizas (ECMs) were collected from the land devastated by the volcanic eruption of Mt. Usu, in Hokkaido, Japan, in 2000. ECM from the roots of dominant seedlings, Populus maximowiczii,Expand
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