Fungal endophyte diversity in coffee plants from Colombia, Hawai'i, Mexico and Puerto Rico

@article{Vega2010FungalED,
  title={Fungal endophyte diversity in coffee plants from Colombia, Hawai'i, Mexico and Puerto Rico},
  author={F. E. Vega and A. Simpkins and M. Aime and Francisco J Posada and S. Peterson and S. Rehner and F. Infante and A. Castillo and A. Arnold},
  journal={Fungal Ecology},
  year={2010},
  volume={3},
  pages={122-138}
}
  • F. E. Vega, A. Simpkins, +6 authors A. Arnold
  • Published 2010
  • Biology
  • Fungal Ecology
  • Key MethodCoffee (Coffea arabica) plant tissues were surface-sterilized and fungal endophytes isolated using standard techniques, followed by DNA extraction and sequencing of the internal transcribed spacer region (ITS). A total of 843 fungal isolates were recovered and sequenced (Colombia, 267; Hawai'i, 393; Mexico, 109; Puerto Rico, 74) yielding 257 unique ITS genotypes (Colombia, 113; Hawai'i, 126; Mexico, 32; Puerto Rico, 40). The most abundant taxa were Colletotrichum, Fusarium, Penicillium, and…Expand Abstract
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