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Secondary metabolism in the lichen symbiosis

Secondary metabolism in the lichen symbiosis
Allison Knight, David F. Ackerley, Robert A. Keyzers, Jeremy G. Owen, Mark J. Calcott
Lichens, which are defined by a symbiosis between a mycobiont (fungal partner) and a photobiont (photoautotrophic partner), are in fact complex assemblages of microorganisms that constitute a largely untapped source of bioactive secondary metabolites.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/CS/~3/Ec73GLhAdV8/C7CS00431A

DOI: 2017/CS/C7CS00431A

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