There is high potential for the formation of common mycorrhizal networks between understorey and canopy trees in a mixed evergreen forest

@inproceedings{Kennedy2003ThereIH,
  title={There is high potential for the formation of common mycorrhizal networks between understorey and canopy trees in a mixed evergreen forest},
  author={Peter G Kennedy and Antonio D. Izzo and Thomas D. Bruns},
  year={2003}
}
1 The patterns of ectomycorrhizal (ECM) host specificity between understorey and canopy trees were investigated in three mixed evergreen forest stands in northern coastal California. ECM root tips from the dominant canopy ( Pseudotsuga menziesii ) and understorey ( Lithocarpus densiflora ) trees were sampled from 18 soil cores (six per stand) and identified using molecular techniques (PCR, RFLP, and DNA sequencing of the rDNA ITS region). 2 We found 56 ECM taxa; 17 on both hosts, 27 solely on… CONTINUE READING

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