Structural plasticity in root-fungal symbioses: diverse interactions lead to improved plant fitness

@inproceedings{Kariman2018StructuralPI,
  title={Structural plasticity in root-fungal symbioses: diverse interactions lead to improved plant fitness},
  author={Khalil Kariman and Susan Jane Barker and Mark Tibbett},
  booktitle={PeerJ},
  year={2018}
}
Root-fungal symbioses such as mycorrhizas and endophytes are key components of terrestrial ecosystems. Diverse in trophy habits (obligate, facultative or hemi-biotrophs) and symbiotic relations (from mutualism to parasitism), these associations also show great variability in their root colonization and nutritional strategies. Specialized interface structures such as arbuscules and Hartig nets are formed by certain associations while others are restricted to non-specialized intercellular or… CONTINUE READING
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