A cryptic intracellular green alga in Ginkgo biloba: ribosomal DNA markers reveal worldwide distribution


Intracellular symbioses involving eukaryotic microalgae and a variety of heterotrophic protists and invertebrates are widespread, but are unknown in higher plants. Recently, we reported the isolation and molecular identification of a Coccomyxa-like green alga from in vitro cell cultures of Ginkgo biloba L. This alga resides intracellularly in an immature… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00425-007-0526-y


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