Diversity and taxonomy of endophytes from Leymus chinensis in the Inner Mongolia steppe of China.

@article{Zhu2013DiversityAT,
  title={Diversity and taxonomy of endophytes from Leymus chinensis in the Inner Mongolia steppe of China.},
  author={Min-Jie Zhu and An-zhi Ren and Wei Wen and Yu-bao Gao},
  journal={FEMS microbiology letters},
  year={2013},
  volume={340 2},
  pages={135-45}
}
Epichloë species and their anamorphic relatives in genus Neotyphodium are fungal symbionts of grasses ubiquitously existing in temperate regions all over the world. To date, 13 Epichloë species and 22 Neotyphodium species have been formally described, based on morphological characters and phylogenetic analyses. Leymus chinensis (Poaceae) is a dominant grass native to the Inner Mongolia steppe of China. Previously, it was reported to harbor endophytes, but little was known about these endophytes… CONTINUE READING
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