Phosri C, Suwannasai N, Sihanonth P, Martin Mp, Jeffries P, Whalley A, Watling R.
Annulohypoxylon, Arbuscular mycorrhizas, Ectomycorrhizas, Fungal diversity, Hypoxylon, oil-palm, Taxonomy, Xylaria
Fungi play a vital role in our everyday lives being involved with most processes in the environment as well as providing an outstanding source of important products. They can also be foes of man causing diseases of plants, animals and man himself. It is also their diversity of form, as well as function, which makes their study most challenging. Fungi represent a major source for exploitation by man and with an estimated number of over 1.5 million species must be considered to be a one of the greatest untapped living very resources today. Current knowledge of fungal diversity in Thailand is limited therefore limiting our understanding of the association between tropical forest ecosystems and fungi. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF), Ectomycorrhizal fungi (ECM) and Xylariaceous fungi were investigated to evaluate their taxonomic. Morphological studies in combination with molecular techniques were employed. This present study provides preliminary insights into taxonomic diversity, AMF, ECM and Xylariaceous fungi status in tropical ecosystems in Thailand.
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