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Exploration types of ectomycorrhizae
Abstract  There is a need to quantify and qualify the ability of ectomycorrhizae to improve tree growth and nutrition and, in particular, to define criteria to classify ectomycorrhizae with respectExpand
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A proposal to classify ectomycorrhizal mycelial systems according to their patterns of differentiation and putative ecological importance
There is a need to quantify and qualify the ability of ectomycorrhizae to improve tree growth and nutrition and, in particular, to define criteria to classify ectomycorrhizae with respect toExpand
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Fungal relationships and structural identity of their ectomycorrhizae
  • R. Agerer
  • Biology
  • Mycological Progress
  • 1 June 2006
Aproximately 5,000–6,000 fungal species form ectomyorrhizae (ECM), the symbiotic organs with roots of predominantly trees. The contributing fungi are not evenly distributed over the system of fungi.Expand
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Colour Atlas of Ectomycorrhizae
Ectomycorrhizae, the symbiotic organs of fungi and roots of needle and broad-leaved trees, create distinct anatomical features. These characters are preferentially dependent, influenced and fashionedExpand
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2 Characterization of Ectomycorrhiza
Publisher Summary This chapter discusses the characterization of ectomycorrhiza. Ectomycorrhiza structures consist of fungal tissues, the arrangement and organization of which can be used to describeExpand
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Phylogenetic relationships of cyphelloid homobasidiomycetes.
The homobasidiomycetes includes the mushroom-forming fungi. Members of the homobasidiomycetes produce the largest, most complex fruiting bodies in the fungi, such as gilled mushrooms ("agarics"),Expand
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Nitrogen isotopes in ectomycorrhizal sporocarps correspond to belowground exploration types
Nitrogen isotope values (δ15N) are higher in ectomycorrhizal fungi than in their plant hosts but the wide variability in δ15N among sporocarps of different fungal taxa is unexplained. We propose thatExpand
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Vertical distribution of an ectomycorrhizal community in upper soil horizons of a young Norway spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karst.) stand of the Bavarian Limestone Alps
The vertical niche differentiation of genera of ectomycorrhiza (ECM) was assessed in a 17-year-old Norway spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karst.) plantation on a mountainous dolomitic site (1,050 m aboveExpand
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