Utilization of major detrital substrates by dark-septate, root endophytes'

@inproceedings{Caldwell2000UtilizationOM,
  title={Utilization of major detrital substrates by dark-septate, root endophytes'},
  author={B. Adrienne Caldwell and Ari Jumpponen and James M. Trappe},
  year={2000}
}
Utilization of major forms of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus commonly present in plant litter and detritus was determined for cultures of Phialophora finlandia, Phialocephala fortinii and five dark-septate, root endophyte isolates from alpine plant communities. All cultures utilized cellulose, laminarin, starch and xylan as sole carbon source. Protein and ribonucleic acids were hydrolyzed by all cultures as sole nitrogen and phosphorus sources, respectively. The fatty acid ester, Tween 40, was… CONTINUE READING

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