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319Bryophilous mycota: A little known reservoir of pathogenic and degradative fungi
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Multiplicity of Fungal Form and Function in Arctic-Alpine EcosystemsDavey, Marie L.; Nybakken, Line; Day, Melissa J.; Kauserud, Håvard; Ohlson, Mikael; Currah, Randolph S..Pathogenic fungi
parasitic fungi
fungal diversity
biomass
fungal communities
saprophytic fungi
plant-fungus interactions
ergosterol
309Effects of experimental warming on root-associated fungal communities in arctic tundra
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Multiplicity of Fungal Form and Function in Arctic-Alpine EcosystemsFujimura, Kei E.; Egger, Keith N..climate change
mycorrhizas
dark septate endophytes
root-associated fungi
413Fungal community structure and function under late-winter snow packs and in extreme high-elevation soils
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Multiplicity of Fungal Form and Function in Arctic-Alpine EcosystemsSchmidt, S. K.; Wilson, Kenneth; Freeman, Kristen; Longcore, Joyce E.; Simmons, D. Rabern; Mitter , Margaret; Meyer, Alan.zygomycetes
chytrids
sub-zero
153Global view of ectomycorrhizal fungi on Salix in Arctic-alpine habitats: Implications for a shift in microbe function with predicted shrub expansion
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Multiplicity of Fungal Form and Function in Arctic-Alpine EcosystemsCripps, Cathy L; Horak, Egon.Alpine
Arctic
Ectomycorrhizae
Salix
444Linking Ectomycorrhizal Species Composition to Belowground Function and Exploration Types
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Multiplicity of Fungal Form and Function in Arctic-Alpine EcosystemsHobbie, Erik A..exploration type
organic nitrogen
hydrophobicity

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