Anatomical Characteristics of Identified Ectomycorrhizas: An Attempt Towards a Natural Classification

@inproceedings{Agerer1999AnatomicalCO,
  title={Anatomical Characteristics of Identified Ectomycorrhizas: An Attempt Towards a Natural Classification},
  author={Reinhard Agerer},
  year={1999}
}
Methods for characterization of ectomycorrhizas have been compiled and important features have been discussed in a recent publication (Agerer 1991a). As the characteristics have already been described in detail, the reader is referred to that article for more detailed information. In the present study, species are arranged together with regard to these features. An attempt has been made to select those characteristics which might be typical for some fungal relationships. Of course, the present… 
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