Difference between revisions of "Endophyte"

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http://www.mycomj.co.jp/eindex/endophyte2.jpg<br><br>
 
http://www.mycomj.co.jp/eindex/endophyte2.jpg<br><br>
Turfgrass shown on left without endophyte, and with endophyte on the right.<br>
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[[Turfgrass]] shown on left without endophyte, and with endophyte on the right.<br>
 
Source: http://www.mycomj.co.jp<br><br>
 
Source: http://www.mycomj.co.jp<br><br>
 
http://www.goatworld.com/articles/nutrition/endophyte.jpg<br><br>
 
http://www.goatworld.com/articles/nutrition/endophyte.jpg<br><br>
Cells under microscope showing fungus growing inside of another plants cells.<br>
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[[Cell]]s under microscope showing fungus growing inside of another plants cells.<br>
 
Source: http://www.goatworld.com<br><br>
 
Source: http://www.goatworld.com<br><br>

Revision as of 13:16, 12 June 2006


1. a plant living within another plant. In turfgrasses, it is a fungus (fungi) within the grass plant secreting substances that repel insect pests.

endophyte2.jpg

Turfgrass shown on left without endophyte, and with endophyte on the right.
Source: http://www.mycomj.co.jp

endophyte.jpg

Cells under microscope showing fungus growing inside of another plants cells.
Source: http://www.goatworld.com