Are there geographic mosaics of mycorrhizal specificity and partial mycoheterotrophy? A case study in Moneses uniflora (Ericaceae).

@article{Hynson2015AreTG,
  title={Are there geographic mosaics of mycorrhizal specificity and partial mycoheterotrophy? A case study in Moneses uniflora (Ericaceae).},
  author={Nicole A Hynson and Martin Bidartondo and David J. Read},
  journal={The New phytologist},
  year={2015},
  volume={208 4},
  pages={1003-7}
}
The majority of plants require symbiotic interactions with other organisms to complete at least a portion of their life cycles. However, the reliance of plants on these interactions varies, and the net benefit to plant individuals is dependent on the environmental context in which they occur (Thompson, 2005). One particularly interesting group of obligate symbiotic plants are mycoheterotrophs. Rather than deriving carbon from photosynthesis, mycoheterotrophic plants meet all or a portion of… CONTINUE READING
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