Diversity of fungi in hair roots of Ericaceae varies along a vegetation gradient.

@article{Bougoure2007DiversityOF,
  title={Diversity of fungi in hair roots of Ericaceae varies along a vegetation gradient.},
  author={Damian S. Bougoure and Pamela I. Parkin and John W. G. Cairney and Ian James Alexander and Ian Charles Anderson},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2007},
  volume={16 21},
  pages={4624-36}
}
Ericaceous dwarf shrubs including Calluna vulgaris and Vaccinium spp. occur both in open heathland communities and in forest ecosystems as understory vegetation. Ericaceous shrubs were once thought to form ericoid mycorrhizal associations with a relatively narrow range of ascomycetous fungi closely related to, and including, Rhizoscyphus ericae. However, perceptions have recently changed since the realization that a broader range of ascomycete fungi, and in some cases basidiomycete fungi, can… CONTINUE READING
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