Fungal Endosymbionts of Seaweeds

  • T. S. Suryanarayanan
Part of the Progress in Molecular and Subcellular Biology book series (PMSB, volume 53)


Seaweeds are being studied for their role in supporting coastal marine life and nutrient cycling and for their bioactive metabolites. For a more complete understanding of seaweed communities, it is essential to obtain information about their interactions with various other components of their ecosystem. While interactions of seaweeds with herbivores such as fish and mesograzers and surface colonizers such as bacteria and microalgae are known, their interactions with marine and marine-derived fungi are little understood. This chapter highlights the need for investigations on the little-known ecological group of fungi, viz. the fungal endosymbionts, that have intimate associations with seaweeds.


Terrestrial Plant Great Barrier Reef Bioactive Metabolite Marine Fungus Aspergillus Terreus 
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  1. 1.Vivekananda Institute of Tropical Mycology (VINSTROM)ChennaiIndia

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