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Kingdom Plantae

Kingdom Plantae

Kingdom Plantae. Characteristics: Eukaryotic, Multicellular, Cell Walls made of Cellulose, Autotrophic (photosynthetic using chlorophyll) . Adaptations for Survival. To get water: root hairs increase surface area mycorrhizae increase root surface (absorptive) area & hold water near roots

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Mycorrhizae increase absorption

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Mycorrhizae

Mycorrhizae

Mycorrhizae. www.mycorrhiza.com. Don’t Treat Soil Like Dirt Presenter Wendy Jansen. What is Mycorrhizae. Both Fungus and Roots Root and Fungus Tissue Non woody structures 90% of all plants Outer fruiting bodies Symbiotic Relationship. http://www.gribscov.dk.

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MYCORRHIZAE

MYCORRHIZAE

MYCORRHIZAE. By Sahel Arora Zia Khan. a mutualistic symbiosis between plant and fungus different types are recognized types can be distinguished by their positions along two gradients an ecosystem normally contains a mixture of types of mycorrhizal associations . What is Mycorrhizae.

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Mycorrhizae

Mycorrhizae. Plant roots and fungi. Mycorrhizae. Widespread interactions between fungi and plant (primarily vascular plants) roots For angiosperms, gymnosperms, ferns and some mosses – mycorrhizal association appears to be the norm Range over broad spectrum of interactions

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Mycorrhizae

Mycorrhizae

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Lichen and Mycorrhizae

Lichen and Mycorrhizae

Lichen and Mycorrhizae. By Reuben Vandezande. Lichens. A fungus that grows symbiotically with algae, resulting in a composite organism that characteristically forms a crust-like or branching growth on rocks or tree trunks.(Wikipedia). http://www.answers.com/topic/lichen. Pictures.

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Symbioses: (including mycorrhizae, N-fixing, endophytes)

Symbioses: (including mycorrhizae, N-fixing, endophytes)

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Ecological Associations of Hymenomycetes: Wood Decay and Mycorrhizae

Ecological Associations of Hymenomycetes: Wood Decay and Mycorrhizae

Ecological Associations of Hymenomycetes: Wood Decay and Mycorrhizae. Pl P 421/521 General Mycology. Fungi as agents of decomposition. Host death. Epiphytic fungi. Endophytes, weak parasites. Pioneer saprotrophic fungi. Polymer-degrading fungi. Secondary opportunistic fungi.

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