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There are generally two contrasting alternatives to what limits recruitment in plants, namely the availability of seeds (seed… Expand Mycoheterotrophic plants (MHP) are divided into non-photosynthesizing full MHP and green-leaved partial or initial MHP. We… Expand Plants that produce dust seeds can recruit fungi to meet their earliest requirements for carbon and other nutrients. This… Expand PREMISE OF THE STUDY
Mixotrophy is a strategy whereby plants acquire carbon both through photosynthesis and heterotrophic… Expand Unlike parasitic plants, which are linked to their hosts directly through haustoria, mycoheterotrophic (MHT) plants derive all or… Expand Dust seeds that germinate by obtaining nutrients from symbiotic fungi have evolved independently in orchids and 11 other plant… Expand Partial mycoheterotrophy, a newly discovered form of mixotrophy in plants, has been described in at least two major lineages of… Expand Pyroleae (Ericaceae) consist of four genera, all of which are distributed widely in temperate coniferous or sometimes deciduous… Expand Botanists and mycologists have long debated the potential for full myco-heterotrophy in the achlorophyllous Pyrola aphylla… Expand Several forest understorey achlorophyllous plants, termed mycoheterotrophs (MHs), obtain C from their mycorrhizal fungi. The… Expand