Fungal biodiversity and in situ conservation in Italy

Maria Letizia Gargano, Giuseppe Venturella, Maria Letizia Gargano, Pavarino, Lantieri, Altobelli, Granito, Di Piazza, Pecoraro, Donnini, Padovan, Montemartini, Sergio Pérez Gorjòn, Giuseppe Venturella, Annarosa Bernicchia, Salerni, Lunghini, Ripa, Zotti, PeriniAlessandra Zambonelli, Vizzini, Rana, Tomei, Savino

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Abstract

A remarkable increase in knowledge of fungal biodiversity in Italy has occurred in the last five years. The authors reportup-to-date numbers of fungi (Basidiomycota and Ascomycota) by regions together with distributional and ecological data onhypogeous fungi. Specific case studies such as alpine fungi, orchid mycorrhizas symbionts, invasive species, and the use ofmacrofungi as food by red squirrels are analyzed. In situ conservation strategies carried out on target species and/ortaxonomic groups are also indicated.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)950-957
Numero di pagine8
RivistaPLANT BIOSYSTEMS
Volume145
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2011

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All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics
  • Plant Science

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Gargano, M. L., Venturella, G., Gargano, M. L., Pavarino, Lantieri, Altobelli, Granito, Di Piazza, Pecoraro, Donnini, Padovan, Montemartini, Gorjòn, S. P., Venturella, G., Bernicchia, A., Salerni, Lunghini, Ripa, Zotti, ... Savino (2011). Fungal biodiversity and in situ conservation in Italy. PLANT BIOSYSTEMS, 145, 950-957.