The effect of drought on mycorrhizas of beech (Fagus sylvatica L.): changes in community structure, and the content of carbohydrates and nitrogen storage bodies of the fungi

@article{Shi2002TheEO,
  title={The effect of drought on mycorrhizas of beech (Fagus sylvatica L.): changes in community structure, and the content of carbohydrates and nitrogen storage bodies of the fungi},
  author={Lanbo Shi and Martin Guttenberger and Ingrid Kottke and Ruediger Hampp},
  journal={Mycorrhiza},
  year={2002},
  volume={12},
  pages={303-311}
}
In a water-exclusion experiment, five different ecotypes of beech (Fagus sylvatica L.; representing regions of different environmental and climatic conditions in Baden-Württemberg, Germany) were subjected to drought conditions of different severity between July and September of two consecutive years. Drought stress as characterised by the water content and the pre-dawn water potential of the leaves was related to the degree of mycorrhization, the type of ectomycorrhiza, and the physiological… CONTINUE READING

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In plants exhibiting a pre - dawn water potential of down to –1.96 MPa , drought caused the accumulation of sucrose , glucose and fructose , and of fungus - specific compounds such as mannitol and arabitol in mycorrhizal roots at the expense of , e.g. trehalose .
GlucoseNo subtypeFructose
In plants exhibiting a pre - dawn water potential of down to –1.96 MPa , drought caused the accumulation of sucrose , glucose and fructose , and of fungus - specific compounds such as mannitol and arabitol in mycorrhizal roots at the expense of , e.g. trehalose .
In plants exhibiting a pre - dawn water potential of down to –1.96 MPa , drought caused the accumulation of sucrose , glucose and fructose , and of fungus - specific compounds such as mannitol and arabitol in mycorrhizal roots at the expense of , e.g. trehalose .
In plants exhibiting a pre - dawn water potential of down to –1.96 MPa , drought caused the accumulation of sucrose , glucose and fructose , and of fungus - specific compounds such as mannitol and arabitol in mycorrhizal roots at the expense of , e.g. trehalose .
Drought stress as characterised by the water content and the pre - dawn water potential of the leaves was related to the degree of mycorrhization , the type of ectomycorrhiza , and the physiological properties of individual fungus / plant interactions at the fine roots of different beech ecotypes .
Drought stress as characterised by the water content and the pre - dawn water potential of the leaves was related to the degree of mycorrhization , the type of ectomycorrhiza , and the physiological properties of individual fungus / plant interactions at the fine roots of different beech ecotypes .
The effect of drought on mycorrhizas of beech ( Fagus sylvatica L. ) : changes in community structure , and the content of carbohydrates and nitrogen storage bodies of the fungi .
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