Geographic distribution patterns of vertically transmitted endophytes in two native grasses in Argentina

@article{Iannone2012GeographicDP,
  title={Geographic distribution patterns of vertically transmitted endophytes in two native grasses in Argentina},
  author={Leopoldo Javier Iannone and Patricia D. Mc Cargo and Liliana M{\'o}nica Giussani and Christopher L. Schardl},
  journal={Symbiosis},
  year={2012},
  volume={59},
  pages={99-110}
}
The incidence of epichloid endophytes in populations of wild grasses is usually variable, and the knowledge about distribution patterns and how environmental factors affect such an incidence is limited. Here we performed a broad scale survey data to study whether the distribution patterns and the incidence of vertically-transmitted endophytes in populations of two native grasses from South-America, Poa lanuginosa Poir. and Poa bonariensis (Lam.) Kunth., are associated with environmental… CONTINUE READING

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