Specific arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi associated with non-photosynthetic Petrosavia sakuraii (Petrosaviaceae)

@article{Yamato2011SpecificAM,
  title={Specific arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi associated with non-photosynthetic Petrosavia sakuraii (Petrosaviaceae)},
  author={M. Yamato and Takahiro Yagame and N. Shimomura and K. Iwase and H. Takahashi and Y. Ogura-Tsujita and T. Yukawa},
  journal={Mycorrhiza},
  year={2011},
  volume={21},
  pages={631-639}
}
Mycorrhizal fungi in roots of the achlorophyllous Petrosavia sakuraii (Petrosaviaceae) were identified by molecular methods. Habitats examined were plantations of the Japanese cypress Chamaecyparis obtusa in Honshu, an evergreen broad-leaved forest in Amami Island in Japan and a mixed deciduous and evergreen forest in China. Aseptate hyphal coils were observed in root cortical cells of P. sakuraii, suggesting Paris-type arbuscular mycorrhiza (AM). Furthermore, hyphal coils that had degenerated… Expand
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