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Seasonal and tissue age influences on endophytic fungi of Pinus tabulaeformis (Pinaceae) in the Dongling Mountains, Beijing.
Endophytic fungi associated with Pinus tabulaeformis Carr. were investigated in the Dongling Mountains of Beijing. A total of 16,200 tissue segments of P. tabulaeformis from four sample collectionsExpand
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Community composition of endophytic fungi in Acer truncatum and their role in decomposition
The mycota and decomposing potential of endophytic fungi associated with Acer truncatum, a common tree in northern China, were investigated. The colonization rate of endophytic fungi wasExpand
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Methanotrophic community structure and activity under warming and grazing of alpine meadow on the Tibetan Plateau
Knowledge about methanotrophs and their activities is important to understand the microbial mediation of the greenhouse gas CH4 under climate change and human activities in terrestrial ecosystems.Expand
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Pestalotiopsis—morphology, phylogeny, biochemistry and diversity
The genus Pestalotiopsis has received considerable attention in recent years, not only because of its role as a plant pathogen but also as a commonly isolated endophyte which has been shown toExpand
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Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi associated with common pteridophytes in Dujiangyan, southwest China
The colonization and diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi associated with common pteridophytes were investigated in Dujiangyan, southwest China. Of the 34 species of ferns from 16 familiesExpand
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Endophytic fungal diversity: review of traditional and molecular techniques
Endophytic fungi are an important component, are ubiquitous and occur within all know plants, including a broad range of hosts in various ecosystems, and therefore play an important role in theExpand
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Response of endophytic fungi of Stipa grandis to experimental plant function group removal in Inner Mongolia steppe, China
Endophytic fungi associated with Stipa grandis in the Inner Mongolia steppe were investigated. Thirty-four fungal taxa were identified from plant tissues obtained in four treatments where differentExpand
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The Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungal Community Response to Warming and Grazing Differs between Soil and Roots on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau
Arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi form symbiotic associations with most plant species in terrestrial ecosystems, and are affected by environmental variations. To reveal the impact of disturbance onExpand
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Host plant genus‐level diversity is the best predictor of ectomycorrhizal fungal diversity in a Chinese subtropical forest
Microbial diversity is generally far higher than plant diversity, but the relationship between microbial diversity and plant diversity remains enigmatic. To shed light on this problem, we examinedExpand
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Differential responses of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi to nitrogen addition in a near pristine Tibetan alpine meadow.
Elucidating the responses of soil microbial abundance and community composition to nitrogen (N) addition is important for predicting ecosystem function under increased atmospheric N deposition. WeExpand
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