Interaction with ectomycorrhizal fungi and endophytic Methylobacterium affects nutrient uptake and growth of pine seedlings in vitro.

@article{Pohjanen2014InteractionWE,
  title={Interaction with ectomycorrhizal fungi and endophytic Methylobacterium affects nutrient uptake and growth of pine seedlings in vitro.},
  author={Johanna Pohjanen and Janne J. Koskim{\"a}ki and Suvi Sutela and Pavlo Ardanov and Marjaana Suorsa and Karoliina Niemi and Tytti Sarjala and Hely H{\"a}ggman and Anna Maria Pirttil{\"a}},
  journal={Tree physiology},
  year={2014},
  volume={34 9},
  pages={
          993-1005
        }
}
Tissues of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) contain several endophytic microorganisms of which Methylobacterium extorquens DSM13060 is a dominant species throughout the year. Similar to other endophytic bacteria, M. extorquens is able to colonize host plant tissues without causing any symptoms of disease. In addition to endophytic bacteria, plants associate simultaneously with a diverse set of microorganisms. Furthermore, plant-colonizing microorganisms interact with each other in a species- or… 
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