Characterisation of seven Inocybe ectomycorrhizal morphotypes from a semiarid woody steppe

Diána Seress, Bálint Dima, G. Kovács

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Abstract

Ectomycorrhizas (ECM) of Inocybe species (Inocybaceae, Basidiomycota) formed by three host plant species (Populus alba, Salix rosmarinifolia and Pinus nigra) in a semiarid woody steppe of Hungary were studied. To identify the fungal partners, we performed phylogenetic analyses of nucleotide sequences for the internal transcribed spacer region of nuclear DNA (nrDNA ITS) together with sequences gained from public databases. Seven Inocybe ectomycorrhiza morphotypes were morpho-anatomically characterised. Five morphotypes were identified (I. phaeoleuca, I. psammophila, I. semifulva, I. splendens and I. subporospora), whereas two morphotypes represented unidentified Inocybe species. Differences were discernible among the morphotypes, and they showed general anatomical characteristics of Inocybe ECM, such as the slightly organised plectenchymatic mantle (types A, B and E and the gelatinous C). The ECM of I. subporospora and I. phaeoleuca were detected from the introduced Pinus nigra. These two fungi are probably native to the area but capable of forming a novel ectomycorrhizal association with the invasive host.

Original languageEnglish
JournalMycorrhiza
DOIs
Publication statusAccepted/In press - Sep 24 2015

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Inocybe
Pinus
ectomycorrhizae
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steppes
steppe
Mycorrhizae
Salix
Populus
Basidiomycota
Pinus nigra
Hungary
Inocybaceae
Fungi
Salix nigra
Databases
ectomycorrhiza
Populus alba
Spartina
DNA

Keywords

  • Diversity
  • Indel
  • Invasive
  • ITS
  • Molecular taxonomy
  • Pinus
  • Species hypotheses

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Plant Science
  • Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics
  • Genetics
  • Molecular Biology

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Characterisation of seven Inocybe ectomycorrhizal morphotypes from a semiarid woody steppe. / Seress, Diána; Dima, Bálint; Kovács, G.

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