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Anatomical structures of the VA mycorrhiza in the Apocynaceae (Gentianales)
Author(s): H. C. Weber, A. Klahr and M. MarronHeimbuch
Journal: Botanica Acta
Journal Link: http://www.deutsche-botanische-gesellschaft.de/html/012PlantBiologyEngl.html
Article Topic(s): Mycorrhizae
Species Referenced: Amsonia tabernaemontana (Eastern bluestar),
AbstractThe roots of 19 species in the Apocynaceae were studied to determine symbiotic relationships with mycorrhizal fungi. The anatomy and methods of mycorrhizal colonization are discussed. Details about the anatomy of mycorrhizal symbiosis in Amsonia tabernaemontana are included.
Suggested CitationH. C. Weber, A. Klahr and M. MarronHeimbuch. "Anatomical structures of the VA mycorrhiza in the Apocynaceae (Gentianales)." Botanica Acta 108.6 (1995): 525-534.
Article LinksISSN: 0932-8629