Australia: The Land Where Time Began

A biography of the Australian continent 

Fungi

  1. Early Fungi Evolved Digesting Cell Walls of Algal Ancestors of Land Plants Indicated by Phylogenomic Analyses
  2. Ectomycorrhizal Communities, their Role in Forest Ecosystem Processes: New Perspectives and Emerging Concepts
  3. The function of ECM communities in the perspective of climate change
  4. Fungal Biology Involvement Early in the Emergence of Life
  5. Lichen
  6. Mycorrhiza
  7. Mycorrhizal Networks Facilitate Tree Communication, Learning, and Memory among Plants
  8. Mycorrhizal associations
  9. Mycorrhizal networks and their role in the functioning of forest ecosystems
  10. Nutrient mobilisation from SOM
  11. Orchid Mycorrhizas 
  12. Problematic Fossil Horodyskia of Mesoproterozoic Age from Glacier National Park, Montana, USA
  13. Prototaxites
  14. Rainforest - Cape York Peninsula
  15. Rise of the Fungi
  16. Saprotrophic
  17. Slime Moulds Farming Bacteria
  18. Strategies for in situ studies of ectomycorrhizal communities and their functions
  19. Transfer of Carbohydrate through root grafts to support shaded trees
  20. Tree to Tree Communication
  21.  
  22. Ectomycorrhizal Communities, their Role in Forest Ecosystem Processes- New Perspectives and Emerging Concepts - 2

 

Sources & Further reading

 

Author: M. H. Monroe
Email: admin@austhrutime.com
Last updated: 27/05/2021
Home
Journey Back Through Time
Geology
Biology
     Fauna
     Flora
Climate
Hydrology
Environment
Experience Australia
Aboriginal Australia
National Parks
Photo Galleries
Site Map
                                                                                           Author: M.H.Monroe  Email: admin@austhrutime.com     Sources & Further reading