Associations between Ectomycorrhizal Fungi and Bacterial Needle Endophytes in Pinus radiata: Implications for Biotic Selection of Microbial Communities

@inproceedings{Ra2016AssociationsBE,
  title={Associations between Ectomycorrhizal Fungi and Bacterial Needle Endophytes in Pinus radiata: Implications for Biotic Selection of Microbial Communities},
  author={Megan A R{\'u}a and Emily C. Wilson and Sarah Jane Steele and Arielle R Munters and Jason D Hoeksema and Anna Carolin Frank},
  booktitle={Front. Microbiol.},
  year={2016}
}
Studies of the ecological and evolutionary relationships between plants and their associated microbes have long been focused on single microbes, or single microbial guilds, but in reality, plants associate with a diverse array of microbes from a varied set of guilds. As such, multitrophic interactions among plant-associated microbes from multiple guilds represent an area of developing research, and can reveal how complex microbial communities are structured around plants. Interactions between… CONTINUE READING
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