Arbuscular mycorrhiza formation in cordate gametophytes of two ferns, Angiopteris lygodiifolia and Osmunda japonica

@article{OguraTsujita2012ArbuscularMF,
  title={Arbuscular mycorrhiza formation in cordate gametophytes of two ferns, Angiopteris lygodiifolia and Osmunda japonica},
  author={Y. Ogura-Tsujita and A. Sakoda and A. Ebihara and T. Yukawa and R. Imaichi},
  journal={Journal of Plant Research},
  year={2012},
  volume={126},
  pages={41-50}
}
Mycorrhizal symbiosis is common among land plants including pteridophytes (monilophytes and lycophytes). In pteridophytes with diplohaplontic life cycle, mycorrhizal formations were mostly reported for sporophytes, but very few for gametophytes. To clarify the mycorrhizal association of photosynthetic gametophytes, field-collected gametophytes of Angiopterislygodiifolia (Marattiaceae, n = 52) and Osmundajaponica (Osmundaceae, n = 45) were examined using microscopic and molecular techniques… Expand
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