Grazing alters network architecture during interspecific mycelial interactions

  title={Grazing alters network architecture during interspecific mycelial interactions},
  author={T. D. ROTHERAYa and T. H. JONESa and M. D. FRICKERb and Lynne BODDYa},
  • T. D. ROTHERAYa, T. H. JONESa, +1 author Lynne BODDYa
  • Published 2009
The changes that occur in mycelial architecture of Phanerochaete velutina interacting with Hypholoma fasciculare mycelium in soil microcosms in the presence and absence of the collembola Folsomia candida are investigated employing tools developed in graph theory and statistical mechanics. There was substantially greater overgrowth of H. fasciculare by P. velutina mycelium when grazed than when un-grazed. There was a marked disappearance of hyphal links in all un-grazed systems between 8 d and… CONTINUE READING


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