Mycoheterotrophic Plants

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M. I. Bidartondo, Redecker, D., Hijri, I., Wiemken, A., Bruns, T. D., Dominguez, L., Sersic, A., Leake, J. R., Read, D. J.2002Epiparasitic plants specialized on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
D. D. Cameron, Leake J. R.2007A different kind of parasitic plant: a brief history of myco-heterotrophy and epiparasitism
McKendrick, S., Leake, J. R., Read, D.1998Germination and development of mycoheterotrophic plants in situ
J. R. Leake2005Plants parasitic on fungi: unearthing the fungi in myco-heterotrophs and debunking the 'saprophytic' plant myth
J. R. Leake2004Myco-heterotroph/epiparasitic plant interactions with ectomycorrhizal and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
J. R. Leake1994Tansley Review No. 69. The biology of myco-heterotrophic ('saprophytic') plants
J. R. Leake, Cameron, D. D., Beerling, D. J.2008Fungal fidelity in the mycohetrotroph-to-autotroph life cycle of Lycopodiaceae: a case of parental nurture?
J. R. Leake, McKendrick, S. L., Bidartondo, M., Read, D. J.2004Symbiotic germination and development of the myco-heterotroph Monotropa hypopitys in nature and its requirement for locally distributed Tricholoma spp.
S. L. McKendrick, Leake, J. R., Read, D. J.2000Symbiotic germination and development of myco-heterotrophic plants in nature: transfer of carbon from ectomycorrhizal Salix repens and Betula pendula to the orchid Corallorhiza trifida through shared hyphal connections
S. L. McKendrick, Leake, J. R., Taylor, D. L., Read, D. J.2002Symbiotic germination and development of the myco-heterotrophic orchid Neottia nidus-avis in nature and its requirement for locally distributed Sebacina spp.
D. L. Taylor, Bruns, T. D., Leake, J. R., Read, D. J.2002Mycorrhizal specificity and function in myco-heterotrophic plants
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