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Viability of Neotyphodium endophytic fungus and endophyte-infected and noninfected Lolium multiflorum seeds
(NRC Research Press, 2009)
Cytotoxic activities of endophytic fungi extracts from Paepalanthus planifolius: A Brazilian evergreen
(Georg Thieme Verlag Kg, 2016-12-01)
Threshold modelling Lolium multiflorum seed germination: Effects of Neotyphodium endophyte infection and storage environment
(International Seed Testing Association, 2012-09)
Several forage species establish mutualistic associations with vertically-transmitted endophytic fungi that improve their fitness. However, the endophyte may be related to livestock toxicosis and hence ageing seeds has ...
Symbiotically modified organisms: Nontoxic fungal endophytes in grasses
(Elsevier Science London, 2013-04)
We propose that symbiotically modified organisms (SMOs) should be taken into account in sustainable agriculture. In this opinion article, we present the results of a meta-analysis of the literature, with a particular focus ...
Endophytic fungi: a tool for plant growth promotion and sustainable agriculture
Endophytic fungi are found in most, if not all, plant species on the planet. They colonise inner plant tissues without causing symptoms of disease, thus providing benefits to the host plant while also benefiting from this ...
Fungal endophyte mediated occurrence of seminiferous and pseudoviviparous panicles in Festuca rubra
Fungal endophytes are suggested to manipulate host grass reproduction. Using different grass-endophyte combinations in a four year common garden experiment, we show that endophyte can retain control over the reproductive ...
Dynamics of Neotyphodium endophyte infection in ageing seed pools: Incidence of differential viability loss of endophyte, infected seed and non-infected seed
(Wiley Blackwell Publishing, Inc, 2010-03)
Symbiotic associations between grasses and vertically transmitted endophytic fungi are widespread in nature. Within grass populations, changes in the frequency of infected plants are driven by influence of the endophyte ...
Symbiotic interactions as drivers of trade-offs in plants: effects of fungal endophytes on tall fescue
Studying the controls on biomass allocation trade-offs in plants are important since they affect harvestable product yields and are critical to understanding symbiotic interactions. Epichloae fungal endophytes associate ...