Mycorrhizas: Anatomy and Cell Biology

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A majority of the current literature on the ubiquitous and life- sustaining symbiotic relationship between plant roots and fungi (mycorrhizas) focuses on ecological, molecular, and physiological studies, according to Peterson (botany, U. of Guelph, Ontario). Based on new analytical methods, this volume by Canadian scientists summarizes mycorrhizal categories and unresolved issues (e.g., whether nutrients can pass through the fungal mantle) from a structural perspective. Features include a glossary and appendices outlining laboratory methods used in the preparation of the featured color and b&w images. Annotation: 2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com).
 

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Ectomycorrhizas
5
The polyphosphate controversy
30
Can ectomycorrhizal fungi really eat rocks?
39
A Introduction 45
54
Arbuscular mycorrhizas
55
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi harbour intracellular bacteria
77
A Introduction
83
Extraradical mycelium
89
Monotropoid mycorrhizas
109
A Introduction
125
Seedling establishment and mature plants
131
Orchids as cheaters 143
144
References
155
Glossary
163
Index
171
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Ericoid mycorrhizal fungi access various sources of nitrogen
95

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