Plastid genome evolution in mycoheterotrophic Ericaceae

@article{Braukmann2012PlastidGE,
  title={Plastid genome evolution in mycoheterotrophic Ericaceae},
  author={T. Braukmann and S. Stefanovi{\'c}},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={2012},
  volume={79},
  pages={5-20}
}
Unlike parasitic plants, which are linked to their hosts directly through haustoria, mycoheterotrophic (MHT) plants derive all or part of their water and nutrients from autothrophs via fungal mycorrhizal intermediaries. Ericaceae, the heather family, are a large and diverse group of plants known to form elaborate symbiotic relationships with mycorrhizal fungi. Using PHYA sequence data, we first investigated relationships among mycoheterotrophic Ericaceae and their close autotrophic relatives… Expand
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