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Plant-Fungal Interactions

Southworth, Darlene [1].

Symposium Abstract: Plant-Fungal Interactions.

Plants do not live alone. Plant and fungi have grown symbiotically since the first land plants. Nearly all plants have fungi on or inside their leaves and roots. The complex interactions range from mutualism to commensalism to parasitism. Close interactions require signaling, perception and response from both partners at levels from the cell to plant and fungal communities. Physiological responses of plants and subsequent adaptations influence plant ecology and lead to coevolution between fungi and plants. This symposium is offered by the newly revitalized Mycological Section of BSA to focus attention on the relationships between plants and fungi.


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1 - Southern Oregon University, Department of Biology, 1250 Siskiyou Blvd, Ashland, Oregon, 97520-5010, USA

Keywords:
Fungi
Mycorrhizae
endophytes
plant pathology
coevolution
heat stress
Symbiosis.

Presentation Type: Symposium or Colloquium Presentation
Session: SY14
Location: Boulevard A/Hilton
Date: Tuesday, July 10th, 2007
Time: 1:00 PM
Number: SY14001
Abstract ID:577


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