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Symbiotic Fungi: Principles and Practice (Soil Biology)

Symbiotic Fungi: Principles and Practice (Soil Biology)

Symbiotic Fungi: Principles and Practice (Soil

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  • Page 6 and 7: Foreword So old, so new... More tha
  • Page 8 and 9: Foreword vii Little AE, Robinson CJ
  • Page 10 and 11: x Preface work in this challenging
  • Page 12 and 13: xii Contents 9 Role of Root Exudate
  • Page 14 and 15: Contributors L.K. Abbott School of
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    32 A. Jumpponen GA, USA) to avoid d

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    34 A. Jumpponen 2.2.3.6 Cloning, Se

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    36 A. Jumpponen Table 2.1 Fungi det

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    38 A. Jumpponen of the community st

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    40 A. Jumpponen Girvan MS, Bullimor

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    42 I.A.F. Djuuna et al. 1991). Crop

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    44 I.A.F. Djuuna et al. 3.2.2 Indir

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    46 I.A.F. Djuuna et al. Mycorrhiza

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    48 I.A.F. Djuuna et al. Boomsma CR,

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    50 I.A.F. Djuuna et al. Saito M (19

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    52 M. Giovannetti et al. evidenced

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    54 M. Giovannetti et al. a c e Ster

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    56 M. Giovannetti et al. 4.2.4 Rema

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    58 M. Giovannetti et al. a b c Fig.

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    60 M. Giovannetti et al. to 4.1 mm

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    62 M. Giovannetti et al. The detect

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    64 M. Giovannetti et al. Jones MD,

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    66 A. Gobert and C. Plassard NO3 fl

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    68 A. Gobert and C. Plassard After

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    70 A. Gobert and C. Plassard with k

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    72 A. Gobert and C. Plassard 10 9 2

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    74 A. Gobert and C. Plassard Fig. 5

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    76 A. Gobert and C. Plassard connec

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    78 A. Gobert and C. Plassard any ti

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    80 A. Gobert and C. Plassard Net fl

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    82 A. Gobert and C. Plassard a Rati

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    84 A. Gobert and C. Plassard - upta

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    86 A. Gobert and C. Plassard Table

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    88 A. Gobert and C. Plassard Newman

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    90 I.M. van Aarle as mycorrhizal hy

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    92 I.M. van Aarle a wash buffer. Th

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    94 I.M. van Aarle l Usually 20-50 m

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    96 I.M. van Aarle Fig. 6.1 Extramat

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    98 I.M. van Aarle A disadvantage of

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    Chapter 7 In Vitro Compartmented Sy

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    7 In Vitro Compartmented Systems to

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    7 In Vitro Compartmented Systems to

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    7 In Vitro Compartmented Systems to

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    7 In Vitro Compartmented Systems to

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    7 In Vitro Compartmented Systems to

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    7 In Vitro Compartmented Systems to

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    7 In Vitro Compartmented Systems to

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    7 In Vitro Compartmented Systems to

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    7 In Vitro Compartmented Systems to

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    7 In Vitro Compartmented Systems to

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    Chapter 8 Use of the Autofluorescen

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    8 Use of the Autofluorescence Prope

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    8 Use of the Autofluorescence Prope

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    8 Use of the Autofluorescence Prope

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    8 Use of the Autofluorescence Prope

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    8 Use of the Autofluorescence Prope

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    8 Use of the Autofluorescence Prope

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    8 Use of the Autofluorescence Prope

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    8 Use of the Autofluorescence Prope

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    Chapter 9 Role of Root Exudates and

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    9 Role of Root Exudates and Rhizosp

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    9 Role of Root Exudates and Rhizosp

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    9 Role of Root Exudates and Rhizosp

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    9 Role of Root Exudates and Rhizosp

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    9 Role of Root Exudates and Rhizosp

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    9 Role of Root Exudates and Rhizosp

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    9 Role of Root Exudates and Rhizosp

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    9 Role of Root Exudates and Rhizosp

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    Chapter 10 Assessing the Mycorrhiza

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    10 Assessing the Mycorrhizal Divers

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    10 Assessing the Mycorrhizal Divers

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    10 Assessing the Mycorrhizal Divers

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    10 Assessing the Mycorrhizal Divers

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    10 Assessing the Mycorrhizal Divers

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    10 Assessing the Mycorrhizal Divers

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    10 Assessing the Mycorrhizal Divers

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    10 Assessing the Mycorrhizal Divers

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    178 D. Krüger et al. 8. Wash the p

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    180 D. Krüger et al. Table 10.1 Ty

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    182 D. Krüger et al. appear are in

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    184 D. Krüger et al. tool such as

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    186 D. Krüger et al. Ishikawa J, T

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    188 D. Krüger et al. Sammeth M, Ro

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    190 Z.M. Solaiman hyphae have been

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    192 Z.M. Solaiman 11.2.2 Isolation

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    194 Z.M. Solaiman 11.3 Conclusions

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    Chapter 12 Interaction with Soil Mi

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    12 Interaction with Soil Microorgan

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    12 Interaction with Soil Microorgan

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    12 Interaction with Soil Microorgan

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    12 Interaction with Soil Microorgan

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    12 Interaction with Soil Microorgan

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    12 Interaction with Soil Microorgan

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    Chapter 13 Isolation, Cultivation a

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    13 Isolation, Cultivation and In Pl

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    13 Isolation, Cultivation and In Pl

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    13 Isolation, Cultivation and In Pl

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    13 Isolation, Cultivation and In Pl

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    13 Isolation, Cultivation and In Pl

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    13 Isolation, Cultivation and In Pl

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    13 Isolation, Cultivation and In Pl

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    228 K. Vogel-Mikusˇ et al. only be

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    230 K. Vogel-Mikusˇ et al. Fig. 14

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    232 K. Vogel-Mikusˇ et al. such sp

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    234 K. Vogel-Mikusˇ et al. STIM de

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    236 K. Vogel-Mikusˇ et al. transfe

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    Table 14.1 Element concentrations w

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    240 K. Vogel-Mikusˇ et al. Fig. 14

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    242 K. Vogel-Mikusˇ et al. Frey B,

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    244 E. Dumas-Gaudot et al. TEMED N,

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    246 E. Dumas-Gaudot et al. system i

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    248 E. Dumas-Gaudot et al. Bromophe

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    250 E. Dumas-Gaudot et al. taken to

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    252 E. Dumas-Gaudot et al. Note 6:

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    254 E. Dumas-Gaudot et al. by Bradf

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    256 E. Dumas-Gaudot et al. 3. Take

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    258 E. Dumas-Gaudot et al. solubili

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    260 E. Dumas-Gaudot et al. Table 15

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    262 E. Dumas-Gaudot et al. Table 15

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    264 E. Dumas-Gaudot et al. Followin

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    266 E. Dumas-Gaudot et al. Once hom

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    268 E. Dumas-Gaudot et al. to both

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    270 E. Dumas-Gaudot et al. were the

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    272 E. Dumas-Gaudot et al. Dumas-Ga

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    274 E. Dumas-Gaudot et al. Valot B,

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    276 P.A. Olsson Fig. 16.1 Schematic

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    278 P.A. Olsson Furthermore, C tran

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    280 P.A. Olsson in AM fungi and a h

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    282 P.A. Olsson (Graham et al. 1995

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    284 P.A. Olsson Nakano A, Takahashi

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    286 X.H. He et al. In many cases, N

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    288 X.H. He et al. Table 17.1 Exper

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    290 X.H. He et al. 17.3.1.1 Comment

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    Chapter 18 Analyses of Ecophysiolog

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    18 Analyses of Ecophysiological Tra

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    18 Analyses of Ecophysiological Tra

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    18 Analyses of Ecophysiological Tra

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    18 Analyses of Ecophysiological Tra

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    18 Analyses of Ecophysiological Tra

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    18 Analyses of Ecophysiological Tra

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    308 I. Brito et al. fungi, little i

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    310 I. Brito et al. 60% of moisture

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    312 I. Brito et al. Thompson 1990;

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    314 I. Brito et al. 19.8 Crop Rotat

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    316 I. Brito et al. References Abbo

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    318 I. Brito et al. Smith SE, Read

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    320 F. Feldmann et al. inoculum of

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    322 F. Feldmann et al. Table 20.1 B

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    324 F. Feldmann et al. transferred

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    326 F. Feldmann et al. 20.3.3 The A

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    328 F. Feldmann et al. Inoculum is

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    330 F. Feldmann et al. Fig. 20.5 Pr

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    332 F. Feldmann et al. value for th

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    334 F. Feldmann et al. of abiotic a

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    336 F. Feldmann et al. Lackie SM, B

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    338 M. Vestberg and A.C. Cassells b

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    340 M. Vestberg and A.C. Cassells M

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    342 M. Vestberg and A.C. Cassells a

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    344 M. Vestberg and A.C. Cassells T

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    346 M. Vestberg and A.C. Cassells d

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    348 M. Vestberg and A.C. Cassells M

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    350 M. Vestberg and A.C. Cassells 2

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    352 M. Vestberg and A.C. Cassells 2

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    354 M. Vestberg and A.C. Cassells C

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    356 M. Vestberg and A.C. Cassells G

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    358 M. Vestberg and A.C. Cassells P

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    360 M. Vestberg and A.C. Cassells V

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    362 A. Baldi et al. the capabilitie

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    364 A. Baldi et al. 22.2.3 Initiati

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    366 A. Baldi et al. 2. Place inocul

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    368 A. Baldi et al. 22.5 Analysis 2

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    370 A. Baldi et al. 22.5.4 Phenylal

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    372 A. Baldi et al. Nicholas JB, Jo

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    374 A. Baldi et al. Among these, fu

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    376 A. Baldi et al. 3. Place one ex

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    378 A. Baldi et al. 23.4 Analysis F

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    380 A. Baldi et al. Chattopadhyay S

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    382 A. Sirrenberg et al. physical c

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    384 A. Sirrenberg et al. Fig. 24.1

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    386 A. Sirrenberg et al. Fig. 24.2

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    388 A. Sirrenberg et al. Fig. 24.3

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    390 A. Sirrenberg et al. in Fig. 24

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    392 A. Sirrenberg et al. 24.5.2 Tru

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    394 K. Haselwandter and G. Winkelma

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    396 K. Haselwandter and G. Winkelma

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    398 K. Haselwandter and G. Winkelma

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    400 K. Haselwandter and G. Winkelma

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    402 K. Haselwandter and G. Winkelma

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    404 E. Mohammadi Goltapeh et al. Fi

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    406 E. Mohammadi Goltapeh et al. Th

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    408 E. Mohammadi Goltapeh et al. 26

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    410 E. Mohammadi Goltapeh et al. co

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    412 E. Mohammadi Goltapeh et al. Tw

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    414 E. Mohammadi Goltapeh et al. Co

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    416 E. Mohammadi Goltapeh et al. qu

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    418 E. Mohammadi Goltapeh et al. 26

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    420 E. Mohammadi Goltapeh et al. Ch

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    Index A A. bisporus var. burnettii,

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    Index 425 Dark septate root endophy

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    Index 427 Leghemoglobin, 11 Lentinu

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    Index 429 Proteomics, 244 Protoplas

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