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Title: Mycorriha-like structures during in vitro culture of stone pine (Pinus pinea L.). A matter of stress?
Authors: Zavattieri, A.
Miralto, M.O.
Ragonezi, C.
Klimaszewska, K.
Dias, L.S.
Pereira, I.
Keywords: plant-mycorrhiza intercations
in vitro culture
Issue Date: Sep-2011
Publisher: SYMVOLI Conference Events Organizers
Abstract: Dichotomous branching of short lateral roots and the formation of coralloid organs are diagnostic of ectomycorrhizas in many pine species, but the micorrhyzae-like structures found in non mycorrhizated plants of pinus plants show a striking similarity to those of ectomycorrhizas. This phenomenon has been observed previously in other pine species and might be indicative of the long co-evolution of these two kingdoms for millions of years. Therefore, it is possible that in the past mycorrhiza-like structures might have been erroneously assumed as plant-fungi associations.
Type: lecture
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