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Diversity of endophytic fungi isolated from cherry (Prunus avium).

  title={Diversity of endophytic fungi isolated from cherry (Prunus avium).},
  author={Neda Haddadderafshi and Kriszti{\'a}n Hal{\'a}sz and T{\'i}mea P{\'o}sa and G{\'a}bor P{\'e}ter and K{\'a}roly Hrotk{\'o} and L{\'a}szl{\'o} G{\'a}sp{\'a}r and No{\'e}mi Luk{\'a}cs},
  • Neda Haddadderafshi, Krisztián Halász, +4 authors Noémi Lukács
  • Published 2011
  • Biology
  • Endophytic fungi are currently considered as symbionts which can colonize a wide range of hosts and do not induce any pathological signs. The main aim of this study was to identify the endophytic fungi colonizing different organs (root, twig and leaf) of cherry (Prunus avium). Samples were collected from eight-year-old trees of the Hungarian cultivar ‘Peter’ grafted on 11 different rootstocks. After surface sterilization samples were put on potato dextrose agar and outgrowing fungal colonies… CONTINUE READING

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