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Title: Micopartners Symbiosis are the Future
Authors: Louro, Rogério
Natário, Bruno
Nobre, Tânia
Santos-Silva, Celeste
Keywords: Terfezia arenaria
Mycorrhization process
desert truffles
Issue Date: 27-Jun-2019
Publisher: Universidade de Évora
Citation: Louro R., Natário B., Nobre T., Santos-Silva C. 2019. Micopartners – Symbiosis are the Future. Proceedings of Jornadas MED- Mediterranean Institute for Agriculture, Environment and Development, 27 a 28 de Junho, Évora, Portugal.
Abstract: Desert truffles are of considerable interest for ecological, agroforestry and commercial purposes They represent a key component of the mycobiota in arid and semi arid regions, due to their important role as symbiotic partners of diverse host plants, most often members of the Cistaceae Plus,their fruitbodies constitutes a potentially important food source for animals and humans, rich in proteins and poor in carbohydrates and lipids Desert truffle increasing demand has recently boosted more research, aiming to achieve new strategies to enable their medium large scale cultivation.
Type: lecture
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