Dr. Ingrid Kottke
We established a new approach to discern and describe the highly diverse hyphal sheath structures of ectomycorrhizas  now widely used in diversity studies on mycorrhizas.
Next research project:
Ecology of ectomycorrhizas and potential toxic elements
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e-book: "Mykorrhiza – Pilz-Wurzel-Symbiosen" (2016, WikiBooks)
6th Oct 2016
2016: Main fungal partners and different levels of specificity of orchid mycorrhizae in the tropical mountain forests of Ecuador
2016: Structure and development of ectomycorrhizal roots
2014: Cryptic species revealed by molecular phylogenetic analysis of sequences obtained from basidiomata of Tulasnella
2013: Rhizosphere determinants of plant communities
2013: Mycorrhiza networks promote biodiversity
2013: Sebacinales from mycorrhizae with Ericaceae and Orchidaceae