Fungal Endophytes in Plants
by Gary A. Strobel (ed.)
Publisher: MDPI AG 2018
Number of pages: 244
This Special Issue is dedicated to fungi that are found as endophytes in the world's plants. Among many other things, it covers newly-discovered fungi that are endophytic. The role of the endophyte in the plant microbiome is of emerging interest, and aspects of are included.
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