ectomycorrhizae


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ectomycorrhizae

[‚ek·tō·mī′kȯr·ə‚zī]
(ecology)
A type of mycorrhizae composed of a fungus sheath around the outside of root tips, with individual hyphae penetrating between the cortical cells of the root to absorb photosynthates.
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Meyer FH (1973) Distribution of ectomycorrhizae in native and man-made forests.
Effects of soil pH on the ectomycorrhizae response of Eucaliptus urophylla seedlings.
These fungi, called ectomycorrhizae, penetrate between the outer few cells of the plant root.