Do colonization by dark septate endophytes and elevated temperature affect pathogenicity of oomycetes?

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Phialocephala subalpina is one of the most frequent dark septate root endophytes in tree roots but its function in forest ecosystems is largely unknown. A full-factorial infection experiment was performed, using six P. subalpina isolates, two pathogenic oomycetes (Phytophthora plurivora [syn. Phytophthora citricola s.l.] and Elongisporangium undulatum [syn… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1574-6941.2012.01415.x

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@article{Tellenbach2012DoCB, title={Do colonization by dark septate endophytes and elevated temperature affect pathogenicity of oomycetes?}, author={C Tellenbach and Thomas Niklaus Sieber}, journal={FEMS microbiology ecology}, year={2012}, volume={82 1}, pages={157-68} }