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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
682Challenging the (botany) rules: mycoheterotrophy and mixotrophy as plant strategies
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Plants and fungi--growing togetherMassicotte, Hugues.Monotropoid
Pyroloid
mycorrhizas
mycoheterotrophy
mixotrophy
411Fungal endophytes: a driving force in land plant evolution
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Plants and fungi--growing togetherTaylor, Thomas N.; Krings, Michael.Endophyte
Fossil
Symbiosis
mutualism
Rhynie chert
920Habitat-adapted symbiosis: how plants achieve stress tolerance
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Plants and fungi--growing togetherRedman, Regina; Rodriguez, Rusty.Symbiosis
Endophyte
stress tolerance
adaptation
plant-microbe interaction
133Mycorrhizal networks and seedling establishment: a matter of life or death
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Plants and fungi--growing togetherSimard, Suzanne W..Ectomycorrhizae
network
climate change
species distribution
Douglas-fir
carbon transfer
seedling recruitment
79Mycorrhizas: structural characteristics of the plant-fungus interface
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Plants and fungi--growing togetherPeterson, Larry.mycorrhizas
nutrient-exchange
plant-microbe interaction
cell biology
75Plants and Fungi--Growing together. BSA-CBA Joint symposium
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Plants and fungi--growing togetherSouthworth, Darlene; Massicotte, Hugues.Fungi
mycoheterotrophy
mutualism
919Symbiotic modulation: a mechanism for plant distribution patterns
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Plants and fungi--growing togetherRodriguez, Rusty; Redman, Regina.Symbiosis
species distribution
plant-microbe interaction
plasticity
Environment gradient
stress tolerance

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