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ContentSnapshots ContentSnapshots Annals of Botany Volume 119 Number 7 2017 root number and total root length are both positively associated An orchid with a partially with grain number, above-ground biomass and grain yield at maturity in field, likely resulting from tightly linked genes or mycoheterotrophic taste for pleiotropy. Vigorous early root growth is correlated with truffles improved yield potential. These results have significant implications for wheat breeding. Annals of Botany 119: pp. 1085–1095, 2017 doi: 10.1093/aob/mcw265 Authors: Quan Xie, Kurukulasuriya M. C. Fernando, Sean Mayes and Debbie L. Sparkes Partially mycoheterotrophic nutrition is a widespread trophic strategy in green-leaved Orchidaceae species in forest habitats. Whole-plant organisational traits Owing to the light limitation of their habitats, many forest orchids and ecological strategies in meet carbon demands though autotrophy, and by tapping into the nutritional reserves provided by mycorrhizal fungi. Schiebold et sunflowers al. analysed the food webs of 12 taxa in the orchid genus Annals of Botany 119: pp. 1131–1142, 2017 Epipactis, obtaining stable isotope natural abundance doi: 10.1093/aob/mcx002 measurements of Epipactis leaf tissue and fungal sporocarps, and molecular identification of mycorrhizal fungi. The pronounced gradient in N enrichment observed in Epipactis species is While trait-based plant ecology attempts to use http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Annals of Botany Oxford University Press

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Annals of Botany , Volume 119 (7) – May 1, 2017

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0305-7364
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1095-8290
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10.1093/aob/mcx043
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ContentSnapshots Annals of Botany Volume 119 Number 7 2017 root number and total root length are both positively associated An orchid with a partially with grain number, above-ground biomass and grain yield at maturity in field, likely resulting from tightly linked genes or mycoheterotrophic taste for pleiotropy. Vigorous early root growth is correlated with truffles improved yield potential. These results have significant implications for wheat breeding. Annals of Botany 119: pp. 1085–1095, 2017 doi: 10.1093/aob/mcw265 Authors: Quan Xie, Kurukulasuriya M. C. Fernando, Sean Mayes and Debbie L. Sparkes Partially mycoheterotrophic nutrition is a widespread trophic strategy in green-leaved Orchidaceae species in forest habitats. Whole-plant organisational traits Owing to the light limitation of their habitats, many forest orchids and ecological strategies in meet carbon demands though autotrophy, and by tapping into the nutritional reserves provided by mycorrhizal fungi. Schiebold et sunflowers al. analysed the food webs of 12 taxa in the orchid genus Annals of Botany 119: pp. 1131–1142, 2017 Epipactis, obtaining stable isotope natural abundance doi: 10.1093/aob/mcx002 measurements of Epipactis leaf tissue and fungal sporocarps, and molecular identification of mycorrhizal fungi. The pronounced gradient in N enrichment observed in Epipactis species is While trait-based plant ecology attempts to use

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