Molecular identifications uncover diverse fungal symbionts of Pleione (Orchidaceae)

@article{Qin2019MolecularIU,
  title={Molecular identifications uncover diverse fungal symbionts of Pleione (Orchidaceae)},
  author={J. Qin and Wei Zhang and Z. Ge and Shi-Bao Zhang},
  journal={Fungal Ecology},
  year={2019},
  volume={37},
  pages={19-29}
}
Abstract Fungal mutualisms are essential for the evolution and diversification of Orchidaceae, yet the fungal symbionts of Pleione orchids are poorly understood because molecular data are unavailable for this genus. Based on ITS-rDNA sequencing for mycobionts of 15 Pleione species (both wild and cultivated plants were included), we conducted phylogenetic analyses for the most dominant mycobionts, and compared the operational taxonomic units (OTUs) of mycorrhizal fungi among species within… Expand
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