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- Taschen, Elisa, et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Fungal ecology 2018 v.31 pp. 59-68
- DNA barcoding; Tuber melanosporum; ectomycorrhizae; endophytes; fruiting bodies; genotyping; haploidy; microsatellite repeats; mycelium; parents; plant growth; roots
- ... The ectomycorrhizal Tuber melanosporum forms edible fruit-bodies after mating between two haploid parents: a maternal individual, which feeds the fruit-body and colonizes surrounding ectomycorrhizas, and a paternal one hitherto undetected around fruit-bodies. Several other aspects of T. melanosporum ecology remain unclear, such as the formation of a brûlé around the mycelium, i.e. patches where pl ...