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an endophyte is an endosymbiont that lives within a plant for at least part of its life without causing apparent disease
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Geographical and Temporal Changes of Foliar Fungal Endophytes Associated with the Invasive Plant Ageratina adenophora - Online First - Springer

Geographical and Temporal Changes of Foliar Fungal Endophytes Associated with the Invasive Plant Ageratina adenophora - Online First - Springer | Endophyte | Scoop.it
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Comparative study of endophytic and endophytic diazotrophic bacterial communities across rice landraces grown in the highlands of northern Thailand - Online First - Springer

Comparative study of endophytic and endophytic diazotrophic bacterial communities across rice landraces grown in the highlands of northern Thailand - Online First - Springer | Endophyte | Scoop.it
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SpringerPlus | Plant growth-promoting activities of Streptomyces spp. in sorghum and rice

Five strains of Streptomyces (CAI-24, CAI-121, CAI-127, KAI-32 and KAI-90) were earlier reported by us as biological control agents against Fusarium wilt of chickpea caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp.
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Endophyte - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Endophyte

An endophyte is an endosymbiont, often a bacterium or fungus, that lives within a plant for at least part of its life without causing apparent disease. Endophytes are ubiquitous and have been found in all the species of plants studied to date; however, most of these endophyte/plant relationships are not well understood.

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Phylogenetic lineages in Vanguerieae (Rubiaceae) associated with Burkholderia bacteria in sub-Saharan Africa

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Accident of Evolution Allows Fungi to Thrive in Our Bodies: Scientific American

Accident of Evolution Allows Fungi to Thrive in Our Bodies: Scientific American | Endophyte | Scoop.it
Cryptococcal fungi have evolved mechanisms for eluding their protist predators, giving them an inadvertent advantage over look-alike immune cells in humans, porpoises and other mammals
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allAfrica.com: Africa: Fungi Offer Non-GM Way to Enhance Food Crops (Page 2 of 2)

allAfrica.com: Africa: Fungi Offer Non-GM Way to Enhance Food Crops (Page 2 of 2) | Endophyte | Scoop.it
allAfrica: African news and information for a global audience
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