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314Co-evolution of plant-fungal interactions
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Phylogenetic and functional patterns of host plants and their associated fungi: implications for symbiotic co-evolution, community interactions, and ecosystem processesComas, Louise; Callahan, Hilary.co-evolution
Biodiversity
plant-microbe interaction
107Conclusions: Phylogenetic and functional patterns of host plants and their associated fungi: implications for symbiotic co-evolution, community interactions, and ecosystem processes
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Phylogenetic and functional patterns of host plants and their associated fungi: implications for symbiotic co-evolution, community interactions, and ecosystem processesTuininga, Amy.Symbiosis
co-evolution
mycorrhizas
ecosystem function
297Dispersal, functional traits & phylogenetics in ectomycorrhizal community assembly
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Phylogenetic and functional patterns of host plants and their associated fungi: implications for symbiotic co-evolution, community interactions, and ecosystem processesPeay, Kabir; Bruns , Thomas.ectomycorrhizas
dispersal
phylogenetics
community assembly
Point Reyes
Bishop pine
habitat filtering
882Ecological and evolutionary implications of plant-fungal interactions at the intraspecific level
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Phylogenetic and functional patterns of host plants and their associated fungi: implications for symbiotic co-evolution, community interactions, and ecosystem processesLamit, Louis J.; Johnson, Nancy C.; Gehring, Catherine A.; Wilson, Gail W.T. ; Sthultz, Christopher .genotype
local adaptation
plant-fungal interactions
733Evolutionary perspectives on the origins of endophytic fungi
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Phylogenetic and functional patterns of host plants and their associated fungi: implications for symbiotic co-evolution, community interactions, and ecosystem processesArnold, A.E.; Miadlikowska, Jolanta; URen, Jana M.; Del Olmo-Ruiz, Mariana; Hoffman, Michele T.; Gaya, Ester; Lutzoni, Francois.endophytic fungi
Endolichenic fungi
893Phylogenetic signal in functional diversity and community assembly of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
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Phylogenetic and functional patterns of host plants and their associated fungi: implications for symbiotic co-evolution, community interactions, and ecosystem processesParrent, Jeri L.; Maherali, Hafiz; Powell, Jeff R.; Klironomos, John N..mutualism
arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
community assembly
phylogenetic structure
trait conservation
211Specificity in mycorrhizal symbioses
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Phylogenetic and functional patterns of host plants and their associated fungi: implications for symbiotic co-evolution, community interactions, and ecosystem processesBidartondo, Martin I..heathland
liverwort
myco-heterotrophy
mycorrhizas
orchid
1081Symposia summary abstract
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Phylogenetic and functional patterns of host plants and their associated fungi: implications for symbiotic co-evolution, community interactions, and ecosystem processesComas, Louise.plant-fungal interactions
Symbiosis
mutualism
co-evolution
mycorrhizas
ecosystem function
521“Epidemic” growth of mycorrhizal fungi in the face of nitrogen deposition?
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Phylogenetic and functional patterns of host plants and their associated fungi: implications for symbiotic co-evolution, community interactions, and ecosystem processesAvis, Peter.mycorrhizal fungi
nitrogen deposition

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