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Fig. 1 | Chemical and Biological Technologies in Agriculture

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From: To trade in the field: the molecular determinants of arbuscular mycorrhiza nutrient exchange

Fig. 1

The interaction between Lotus japonicus roots and the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Gigaspora margarita. a The L. japonicus roots (R) are surrounded by a dense net (arrows) of G. margarita extraradical hyphae that give rise to newly formed fungal spores (S). b A detail of the contact between a L. japonicus root (R) and G. margarita hyphae decorated by an auxiliary cell cluster (Au). Bars correspond to 1.3 mm in a and 140 μm in b

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