Society for Plant Morphology and Physiology

@article{SocietyFP,
  title={Society for Plant Morphology and Physiology},
  author={},
  journal={Botanical Gazette},
  volume={25},
  pages={106 - 118}
}
  • Botanical Gazette
i. A mycor/ziza in the roots of tfe liliaceous genus PWilesia . DR. J. M. MACFARLANE, University of Pennsylvania.-The author stated that this was the second recorded case of symbiosis between a liliaceous plant and a fungus. The genus Philesia grows in the damp humus soil of west Patagonia, and forms coralloid root masses. The fungus was sparingly present outside the roots, also in the epidermis and exocortex, but formed an abundant growth in the mesocortex, the cells of which rapidly became… Expand