Is it better to give than to receive? A stable isotope perspective on orchid–fungal carbon transport in the green orchid species Goodyera repens and Goodyera oblongifolia
Version of Record online: 9 FEB 2009
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Volume 182, Issue 1, pages 8–11, April 2009
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Hynson, N. A., Preiss, K. and Gebauer, G. (2009), Is it better to give than to receive? A stable isotope perspective on orchid–fungal carbon transport in the green orchid species Goodyera repens and Goodyera oblongifolia. New Phytologist, 182: 8–11. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2009.02778.x
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