Mixotrophy in land plants: why to stay green?
Jakub Těšitel , Tamara Těšitelová , Julita Minasiewicz , Marc-Andre Selosse
AbstractMixotrophic plants combine photosynthesis and heterotrophic nutrition. Recent research suggests mechanisms explaining why mixotrophy is so common in terrestrial ecosystems. First, mixotrophy overcomes nutrient limitation and/or seedling establishment constraints. Second, although genetic drift may push mixotrophs to full heterotrophy, the role of photosynthesis in reproduction stabilizes mixotrophy.
|Journal series||Trends in Plant Science, ISSN 1360-1385, (A 50 pkt)|
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|Keywords in English||autotrophy, mixotrophy, mycoheterotrophy, parasitism|
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|Publication indicators||: 2017 = 12.149 (2) - 2017=13.181 (5)|
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