Experimental evidence of ericoid mycorrhizal potential within Serendipitaceae (Sebacinales)

@article{Vohnk2016ExperimentalEO,
  title={Experimental evidence of ericoid mycorrhizal potential within Serendipitaceae (Sebacinales)},
  author={Martin Vohn{\'i}k and M P{\'a}nek and Judith Fehrer and Marc-Andr{\'e} Selosse},
  journal={Mycorrhiza},
  year={2016},
  volume={26},
  pages={831-846}
}
The Sebacinales are a monophyletic group of ubiquitous hymenomycetous mycobionts which form ericoid and orchid mycorrhizae, ecto- and ectendomycorrhizae, and nonspecific root endophytic associations with a wide spectrum of plants. However, due to the complete lack of fungal isolates derived from Ericaceae roots, the Sebacinales ericoid mycorrhizal (ErM) potential has not yet been tested experimentally. Here, we report for the first time isolation of a serendipitoid (formerly Sebacinales Group B… CONTINUE READING
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