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By A.N. Rai, B. Bergman, Ulla Rasmussen
Cyanobacterial symbioses are not any longer considered as mere oddities yet as vital parts of the biosphere, happening either in terrestrial and aquatic habitats around the globe. it truly is changing into obvious that they could input into symbiosis with a greater variety of organisms than hitherto identified, and there are numerous extra nonetheless to be came across, rather in marine environments. The chapters conceal cyanobacterial symbioses with crops (algae, bryophytes, Azolla, cycads, Gunnera), cyanobacterial symbioses in marine environments, lichens, Nostoc-Geosiphon (a fungus heavily on the topic of arbuscular mycorrhiza fungi) symbiosis, and synthetic institutions of cyanobacteria with economically very important crops. furthermore, cyanobiont variety, sensing-signalling, and evolutionary elements of the symbiosis are handled. popular specialists actively excited by learn on cyanobacterial symbioses care for ecological, physiological, biochemical, molecular, and utilized points of all identified cyanobacterial symbioses. This quantity on cyanobacteria in symbiosis enhances the 2 past volumes on cyanobacteria released via Kluwer (Molecular Biology of Cyanobacteria, edited via D.A. Bryant and Ecology of Cyanobacteria, edited by means of B.A. Whitton and M. Potts). jointly, the 3 volumes give you the such a lot entire remedy of cyanobacterial literature as an entire. The booklet will function a worthy reference paintings and textual content for educating and examine within the box of plant-microbe interactions and nitrogen fixation.
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Better understanding of partner specificity in Geosiphon with respect to the endosymbiont requires progress in the taxonomy of Nostoc (Mollenhauer and Mollenhauer, 1996), particularly at the molecular level (Paulsrud and Lindblad, 1998; Paulsrud, 2001). 22 KLUGE, MOLLENHAUER, WOLF AND SCHÜßLER 4. INITIATION AND FURTHER DEVELOPMENT OF THE CONSORTIUM This aspect has been studied in detail by Mollenhauer et al. (1996) and reviewed by Schüßler and Kluge (2001). , 1996, and literature quoted there).
1998). As a whole, some 40 percent of all lichen-forming fungi associate with trebouxioid green algae. These phycobionts are particularly dominant in the in lichen floras of cool and temperate regions. Trentepohlia and related genera (Ulvophyceae) represent another major group of lichen phycobionts. These algae are particularly common in tropical and subtropical lichen floras. , 1998). Coccomyxa is the primary phycobionts of tripartite Nephroma and Peltigera species (Tschermak-Woess, 1988; Vitikainen, 1994; Friedl and Büdel, 1996; Miadlikowska and Lutzoni, 2000).
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