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Title: Spatial distribution and tissue specificity of fungal endophytes associated with Kandelia candel (Rhizophoraceae) in Mai Po Nature Reserve, Hong Kong
Authors: Pang K. L.;Vrijmoed L.;L. P. Goh;T. K. Plaingam;N. Jones;E. B. G.
Contributors: NTOU:Institute of Marine Biology
Keywords: Abundance;diversity;ecology;fungi;mangrove
Date: 2008
Issue Date: 2011-10-21T03:05:58Z
Publisher: Botanica Marina
Abstract: Abstract:This study examines the endophytic fungi associated with the dominant mangrove plant, Kandelia candel, in Mai Po Nature Reserve, Hong Kong. Bark, woody tissue and leaves from 4 mature healthy trees were sampled for fungal endophytes in April and June, 2001. A total of 880 isolates was obtained, 595 from the June sampling. The highest number of fungal endophytes was cultured from bark (674 isolates) with only 63 from leaves. Three ascomycetes, 18 anamorphic fungi and 29 mycelial morphotypes were identified. These results indicate a degree of tissue recurrence with a similar endophytic fungal assemblage in bark and wood but different from those in the leaf samples. Dominant sporulating fungi of K. candel were Phomopsis sp., Pestalotiopsis sp., Guignardia sp. and Xylaria sp., cosmopolitan and common endophytic species.
Relation: 51, pp.171-178
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw/handle/987654321/29434
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