Endophytic yeast fungi in plant storage tissues

@article{Isaeva2010EndophyticYF,
  title={Endophytic yeast fungi in plant storage tissues},
  author={Olga V. Isaeva and Anna M. Glushakova and Stanislav Garbuz and Aleksey V. Kachalkin and I. Yu. Chernov},
  journal={Biology Bulletin},
  year={2010},
  volume={37},
  pages={26-34}
}
It was found that plant storage tissues (fleshy sugar-containing fruits, subsurface metamorphically altered plant organs (storage roots, tubers, etc.), and starch-containing seed lobes) nearly always contain yeasts that are able to actively reproduce in these tissues causing no visible damage. Within storage tissues, yeast cells were detected both in the intercellular space and inside plant cells. In the tissues of fleshy fruits, endophytic yeasts are represented by the same species as… 

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