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Fungal Associations

Series: The Mycota, Vol. 9

Hock, B. (Ed.)

2001, XVII, 250 p.

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  • New approaches to the study of fungi as hosts and symbionts due to new molecular biological tools
Fungal Associations Hock (Ed.) The ninth volume includes: Mycorrhizae, Lichenes, Fungal Bacterial Interactions, and Further Fungal Interactions.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Ascomycetes - Flechten - Lichenes - Mycorrhiza - Symbiose - cyanobacteria - ecosystem - evolution - fungi - lichens - molecular biology - phenotype - phylogeny - plasma membrane - symbiosis

Related subjects » Ecology - Microbiology - Plant Sciences

Table of contents 

1 Exploring the Genome of Glomalean Fungi.- 2 Molecular Approaches to Arbuscular Mycorrhiza Functioning.- 3 Immunochemical Characterization of Mycorrhizal Fungi.- 4 At the Interface Between Mycorrhizal Fungi and Plants: the Structural Organization of Cell Wall, Plasma Membrane and Cytoskeleton.- 5 Lipids of Mycorrhizae.- 6 Arbuscular Mycorrhiza — a Key Component of Sustainable Plant-Soil Ecosystems.- 7 Exchange of Carbohydrates Between Symbionts in Ectomycorrhiza.- 8 Piriformospora indica: An Axenically Culturable Mycorrhiza-Like Endosymbiotic Fungus.- 9 Geosiphon pyriforme, an Endocytosymbiosis Between Fungus and Cyanobacteria, and its Meaning as a Model System for Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Research.- 10 The Symbiotic Phenotype of Lichen-Forming Ascomycetes.- 11 Morphology and Phylogeny of Ascomycete Lichens.- 12 Basidiolichens.- 13 Fungal Bacterial Interactions.- Biosystematic Index.

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