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Assimilation of 15NH4+ by beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) ectomycorrhizas



Assimilation of 15NH4+ by beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) ectomycorrhizas



New Phytologist 102(1): 85-94



Results are presented from an incubation study of beech roots with Lactarius sp. and Russula sp. ectomycorrhizas collected in Oct. from the upper humus layers of a beech stand in Vosges, France.

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