Endophytic fungi associated with cacti in Arizona.

@article{Suryanarayanan2005EndophyticFA,
  title={Endophytic fungi associated with cacti in Arizona.},
  author={Trichur S. Suryanarayanan and Sally K. Wittlinger and Stanley H. Faeth},
  journal={Mycological research},
  year={2005},
  volume={109 Pt 5},
  pages={635-9}
}
21 cactus species occurring in various localities within Arizona were screened for the presence of fungal endophytes. 900 endophyte isolates belonging to 22 fungal species were isolated. Cylindropuntia fulgida had the maximum endophyte species diversity, while C. ramosissima harboured the maximum number of endophyte isolates. Alternaria sp., Aureobasidium pullulans, and Phoma spp. were isolated from several cactus species. The diversity of the endophyte assemblages was low and no host… CONTINUE READING

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