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Cenococcum geophilum populations show a high degree of genetic diversity in beech forests.

Journal Title:
New phytologist.
Journal Volume/Issue:
June 2002. v. 154 (3)
Main Author:
Jany, J.L.
Other Authors:
Garbaye, J. and Martin, F.
Format:
Article
Language:
English
Subjects:
Fagus sylvatica
forests
Cenococcum geophilum
genetic variation
geographical variation
host plants
host range
habitats
population genetics
population structure
ribosomal DNA
polymerase chain reaction
restriction fragment length polymorphism
mitosis
meiosis
random amplified polymorphic DNA technique
genetic recombination
ectomycorrhizae
population
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IND23280792