Volume 9 2012

Fungal Associations

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ISBN: 978-3-642-30825-3 (Print) 978-3-642-30826-0 (Online)

Table of contents (18 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxvi

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    Pages 1-21

    1 Exploring the Genome of Glomeromycotan Fungi

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    Pages 23-37

    2 Molecular Approaches to Arbuscular Mycorrhiza Functioning

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    Pages 39-49

    3 The Interface Between Plants and Mycorrhizal Fungi: Nutrient Exchange, Signaling and Cell Organization

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    Pages 51-75

    4 Arbuscular Mycorrhiza: A Key Component of Sustainable Plant–Soil Ecosystems

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    Pages 77-91

    5 The GeosiphonNostoc Endosymbiosis and Its Role as a Model for Arbuscular Mycorrhiza Research

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    Pages 93-117

    6 De-Constructing a Mutualist: How the Molecular Blueprints of Model Symbiotic Fungi Are Changing Our Understanding of Mutualism

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    Pages 119-136

    7 Carbohydrates Exchange Between Symbionts in Ectomycorrhizas

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    Pages 137-169

    8 Lipids of Mycorrhizas

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    Pages 171-180

    9 The Role of the Stonesphere for the Interactions Between Mycorrhizal Fungi and Mycorrhizosphere Bacteria During Mineral Weathering

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    Pages 181-195

    10 Context-Dependent Interaction Hierarchies and the Organization of Ectomycorrhizal Fungal Communities

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    Pages 197-205

    11 Ectendomycorrhizas: Occurrence, Structural Characteristics, and Possible Roles

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    Pages 207-230

    12 Orchid Mycorrhizas: Molecular Ecology, Physiology, Evolution and Conservation Aspects

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    Pages 231-254

    13 The Symbiotic Fungus Piriformospora indica: Review

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    Pages 255-285

    14 Genetic Diversity and Functional Aspects of Ericoid Mycorrhizal Fungi

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    Pages 287-339

    15 The Symbiotic Phenotype of Lichen-Forming Ascomycetes and Their Endo- and Epibionts

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    Pages 341-362

    16 Basidiolichens

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    Pages 363-372

    17 Bacteria and the Lichen Symbiosis

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    Pages 373-393

    18 Fungal and Bacterial Volatile Organic Compounds: An Overview and Their Role as Ecological Signaling Agents

  20. Back Matter

    Pages 395-406