Mycorrhizal diversity in Apostasia (Orchidaceae) indicates the origin and evolution of orchid mycorrhiza.

@article{Yukawa2009MycorrhizalDI,
  title={Mycorrhizal diversity in Apostasia (Orchidaceae) indicates the origin and evolution of orchid mycorrhiza.},
  author={Tomohisa Yukawa and Yuki Ogura-Tsujita and Richard P. Shefferson and Jun Yokoyama},
  journal={American journal of botany},
  year={2009},
  volume={96 11},
  pages={
          1997-2009
        }
}
We demonstrated that "orchid mycorrhiza," a specialized mycorrhizal type, appeared in the common ancestor of the largest plant family Orchidaceae and that the fungal partner shifted from Glomeromycota to a particular clade of Basidiomycota in association with this character evolution. Several unique mycorrhizal characteristics may have contributed to the diversification of the family. However, the origin of orchid mycorrhiza and the diversity of mycobionts across orchid lineages still remain… Expand
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