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Ectomycorrhizae, arbuscular mycorrhizae, and dark-septate fungi on Salix humboldtiana in two riparian populations from central Argentina
(Springer Tokyo, 2009-12)
Colonization of Salix humboldtiana (Salicaceae) by ectomycorrhizae (ECM), arbuscular mycorrhizae (AM), and dark-septate endophytic (DSE) fungi was studied throughout autumn on two riparian populations in central Argentina. ...
Dark Septate Endophytic Fungi (DSE) Response to Global Change and Soil Contamination
As a consequence of global change, distribution of species and interaction between organisms are altered. Organisms share their environment with hundreds of species, some of them displaying pathogenic, neutral, or benefic ...
Characterization of dark septate endophyte fungi associated with cultivated soybean at two growth stages
(Elsevier Science, 2017-11)
Dark Septate Endophytes (DSE) is a diverse group of Ascomycetes that colonize the roots of a wide range of plants species. They can be found in all ecosystems, from deserts to the tropics, but also in agroecosystems ...
Tolerance of dark septate endophytic fungi (DSE) to agrochemicals in vitroTolerancia de hongos endofíticos septados oscuros a agroquímicos in vitro
(Asociación Argentina de Microbiología, 2019-05)
Dark septate endophytes (DSE) are a heterogeneous group of fungi, mostly belonging to the Phylum Ascomycota, that are involved in a mutualistic symbiosis with plant roots. The aim of this study is to evaluate the behavior ...
Occurrence of dark septate endophytes in Nothofagus seedlings from Patagonia, Argentina
(Taylor & Francis, 2013-05)
Temperate forests of southern Argentina and Chile cover a wide latitudinal and altitudinal range on both sides of the Andes, Nothofagus species being one of the main tree species. Most of the larger remnants are protected ...
Fungal root symbionts and their relationship with fine root proportion in native plants from the Bolivian highlands above 3700 meters elevation
Here, we examined the colonization by fungal root symbionts in the cultivated Andean grain Chenopodium quinoa and in 12 species that dominate plant communities in the Bolivian Altiplano above 3,700 m elevation and explore ...