Ploidy-specific symbiotic interactions: divergence of mycorrhizal fungi between cytotypes of the Gymnadenia conopsea group (Orchidaceae).

Abstract

Polyploidy is widely recognized as a major mechanism of sympatric speciation in plants, yet little is known about its effects on interactions with other organisms. Mycorrhizal fungi are among the most common plant symbionts and play an important role in plant nutrient supply. It remains to be understood whether mycorrhizal associations of ploidy-variable… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/nph.12348

Topics

7 Figures and Tables

Cite this paper

@article{Titelov2013PloidyspecificSI, title={Ploidy-specific symbiotic interactions: divergence of mycorrhizal fungi between cytotypes of the Gymnadenia conopsea group (Orchidaceae).}, author={Tamara Tě{\vs}itelov{\'a} and Jana Jers{\'a}kov{\'a} and M{\'e}lanie Roy and Barbora Kub{\'a}tov{\'a} and Jakub Tě{\vs}itel and Tom{\'a}{\vs} Urfus and Pavel M. Tr{\'a}vn{\'i}cek and Jan Suda}, journal={The New phytologist}, year={2013}, volume={199 4}, pages={1022-33} }