The endophytic continuum.

@article{Schulz2005TheEC,
  title={The endophytic continuum.},
  author={B. Schulz and C. Boyle},
  journal={Mycological research},
  year={2005},
  volume={109 Pt 6},
  pages={
          661-86
        }
}
In spite of the term 'endophyte' being employed for all organisms that inhabit plants, mycologists have come to use the term 'fungal endophyte' for fungi that inhabit plants without causing visible disease symptoms. The term refers only to fungi at the moment of detection without regard for the future status of the interaction. This paper is a review of literature on non-balansiaceous fungi involved in asymptomatic colonisations of plants. These fungal endophytes represent a continuum of fungi… Expand
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