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Schüßler, Arthur (2002):
Molecular phylogeny, taxonomy, and evolution of arbuscular mycorrhiza fungi and Geosiphon pyriformis.
In: Plant and soil, pp. 75-83, 244, [Article]

Schüßler, Arthur (2002):
Molecular phylogeny, taxonomy, and evolution of arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) and related fungi (Glomeramycota) - Geosiphon as a model organism for AM research.
Darmstadt, Techn. Univ., [Habilitation]

Kluge, Manfred and Mollenhauer, D. and Wolf, E. and Schüßler, Arthur (2002):
The Nostoc-Geosiphon endocytobiosis.
In: Cyanobacteria in symbiosis / ed. by Amar N. Rai ... - Dordrecht [u.a.] : Kluwer, 2002. - S. 19-30, Dordrecht [u.a.], Kluwer, [Book Section]

Schüßler, Arthur and Gehrig, H. and Schwarzott, D. and Walker, C. (2001):
Analysis of partial Glomales SSU rRNA genes: implications for primer design and phylogeny.
In: Mycological research, pp. 5-15, 105, [Article]

Schüßler, Arthur and Kluge, M. (2001):
Geosiphon pyriforme, an endocytosymbiosis between fungus and cyanobacteria, and its meaning as a model system for arbuscular mycorrhizal research.
In: The Mycota IX. Hrsg.: B. Hock. - Berlin, Heidelberg (u.a.): Springer, 2001. S. 151-161, Berlin, Heidelberg (u.a.), Springer, [Book Section]

Schüßler, Arthur and Schwarzott, D. and Walker, C. (2001):
A new fungal phylum, the Glomeromycota: phylogeny and evolution.
In: Mycological research, pp. 1413-1421, 105, [Article]

Schüßler, Arthur (2000):
Glomus claroideum forms an arbuscular mycorrhiza-like symbiosis with the hornwort Anthoceros punctatus.
In: Mycorrhiza, pp. 15-21, 10, [Article]

Schüßler, Arthur (1999):
Glomales SSU rRNA gene diversity.
In: New phytologist, pp. 205-207, 144, [Article]

Schüßler, Arthur and Meyer, and Gehrig, and Kluge, M. (1997):
Variations of lectin binding sites in extracellular glycoconjugates during the life cycle of Nostoc punctiforme, a potentially endosymbiotic cyanobacterium.
In: European journal of phycology. 32 (1997), S. 233-239, [Article]

Schüßler, Arthur and Bonfante, and Schnepf, and Mollenhauer, and Kluge, M. and Bonfante, and Schnepf, and Mollenhauer, and Kluge, M. (1996):
Characterization of the Geosiphon pyriforme symbiosome by affinity techniques: confocal laser scanning microscopy (CLSM) and electron microscopy.
In: Protoplasma. 190 (1996), S. 53-57, [Article]

Schüßler, Arthur and Schnepf, and Mollenhauer, and Kluge, M. (1995):
The fungal bladders of the endocyanosis Geosiphon pyriforme, a Glomus-related fungus: cell wall permeability indicates a limiting pore radius of only 0,5 nm.
In: Protoplasma. 185 (1995), S. 131-139, [Article]

Schüßler, Arthur and Mollenhauer, and Schnepf, and Kluge, M. (1994):
Geosiphon pyriforme, an endosymbiotic association of fingus and cyanobacteria: the spore structure resembles that of mycorrhizal (VAM) fungi.
In: Botanica acta. 107 (1994), S. 36-45, [Article]

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