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- Garcia, Maria O.; Smith, Jane E.; Luoma, Daniel L.; Jones, Melanie D.
- Mycorrhiza 2016 v.26 no.4 pp. 275-286
- Cenococcum geophilum; Inocybe; Pinus contorta var. latifolia; Pinus ponderosa; Rhizopogon; carbon; climate change; community structure; drought; ectomycorrhizae; environmental factors; forest ecosystems; mycorrhizal fungi; nitrates; nitrogen; ordination techniques; phosphorus; pumice; root tips; snowpack; soil pH; species diversity; summer; temperature; Deschutes National Forest; Oregon
- ... Forest ecosystems of the Pacific Northwest of the USA are changing as a result of climate change. Specifically, rise of global temperatures, decline of winter precipitation, earlier loss of snowpack, and increased summer drought are altering the range of Pinus contorta. Simultaneously, flux in environmental conditions within the historic P. contorta range may facilitate the encroachment of P. pond ...
- Kumla, Jaturong; Hobbie, Erik A.; Suwannarach, Nakarin; Lumyong, Saisamorn
- Mycorrhiza 2016 v.26 no.4 pp. 333-343
- Phlebopus; Pinus kesiya; carbon; ectomycorrhizae; greenhouse experimentation; host plants; mycelium; nitrogen; root tips; saprotrophs; stable isotopes; wild edible mushrooms; Thailand
- ... Phlebopus portentosus is one of the most popular wild edible mushrooms in Thailand and can produce sporocarps in the culture without a host plant. However, it is still unclear whether Phlebopus portentosus is a saprotrophic, parasitic, or ectomycorrhizal (ECM) fungus. In this study, Phlebopus portentosus sporocarps were collected from northern Thailand and identified based on morphological and mol ...