Plants, Mycorrhizal Fungi and Endobacteria: a Dialog Among Cells and Genomes

@article{Bonfante2003PlantsMF,
  title={Plants, Mycorrhizal Fungi and Endobacteria: a Dialog Among Cells and Genomes},
  author={P. Bonfante},
  journal={The Biological Bulletin},
  year={2003},
  volume={204},
  pages={215 - 220}
}
  • P. Bonfante
  • Published 2003
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Biological Bulletin
This review focuses on mycorrhizas, which are associations between fungi and the roots of 90% of terrestrial plants. These are the most common symbioses in the world; they involve about 6000 species of fungi distributed through all the fungal phyla and about 240,000 species of plants, including forest and crop plants. Thanks to mycorrhizal symbiosis and nutrient exchanges, regulated by complex molecular signals, the plant improves its vegetative growth, while the fungus accomplishes its life… Expand
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