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  • Fungi in the Marine Environment: Open Questions and Unsolved Problems. 

    Amend, A; Burgaud, G; Cunliffe, M; Edgcomb, VP; Ettinger, CL; Gutiérrez, MH; Heitman, J; Hom, EFY; Ianiri, G; Jones, AC; Kagami, M; Picard, KT; Quandt, CA; Raghukumar, S; Riquelme, M; Stajich, J; Vargas-Muñiz, J; Walker, AK; Yarden, O; Gladfelter, AS (United States, 2019-03-05)
    Terrestrial fungi play critical roles in nutrient cycling and food webs and can shape macroorganism communities as parasites and mutualists. Although estimates for the number of fungal species on the planet range from 1.5 ...

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