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Comparison of Soil Higher Fungal Communities between Dead and Living Abies koreana in Mt. Halla, the Republic of Korea

Mycobiology 2020년 48권 5호 p.364 ~ 372
김창선, Jo Jong-Won, 이현, Kwag Young-Nam, 조성은, Oh Seung-Hwan,
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김창선 ( Kim Chang-Sun ) - Korea National Arboretum Forest Biodiversity Division
 ( Jo Jong-Won ) - Korea National Arboretum Forest Biodiversity Division
이현 ( Lee Hyen ) - Korea National Arboretum Forest Biodiversity Division
 ( Kwag Young-Nam ) - Korea National Arboretum Forest Biodiversity Division
조성은 ( Cho Sung-Eun ) - Korea National Arboretum Forest Biodiversity Division
 ( Oh Seung-Hwan ) - Korea National Arboretum Forest Biodiversity Division

Abstract


To improve our understanding of the relationship between soil higher fungi (belonging to Ascomycota and Basidiomycota) and Abies koreana, we surveyed A. koreana soil fungal communities in a forest in Mt. Halla, Jeju Island, Korea by next-generation sequencing (Illumina Miseq). To confirm the soil higher fungal communities, we collected two types of soils from a defined plot: soils with dead (AKDTs) and living A. koreana (AKLTs), respectively. Soil fungi were classified into 2 phyla, 19 classes, 64 orders, 133 families, 195 genera, and 229 OTUs (895,705 sequence reads). Nonmetric multidimensional scaling (NMDS) showed significantly different soil higher fungal communities between AKDTs and AKLTs (p?

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Abies koreana; conservation; Clavulina species; diversity; ectomycorrhizal; parasite; saprophyte

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