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Carbohydrate physiology of mycorrhizal roots of Beech. I. Identity of endogenous sugars and utilization of exogenous sugars. II. Utilization of exogenous sugars by uninfected and mycorrhizal roots. III. Movement of sugars between host and fungus



Carbohydrate physiology of mycorrhizal roots of Beech. I. Identity of endogenous sugars and utilization of exogenous sugars. II. Utilization of exogenous sugars by uninfected and mycorrhizal roots. III. Movement of sugars between host and fungus



New Phytol, 64: 2, 224-69. 4 pp



(I) Lists the soluble sugars of mycorrhizal roots (a) and the main sugars obtained by acid hydrolysis of the insoluble residues of mycorrhizas. Trehalose and mannose are absent from non-mycorrhizal roots (b) but present in (a). Mannose and deoxypentose polymers are absent from Beech tissue, and deoxyhexose polymers from the fungus. Much of the glucose is derived from fungal glycogen.

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