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The termite fungal cultivar Termitomyces combines diverse enzymes and oxidative reactions for plant biomass conversion

Christine Beemelmanns

Fungus-growing termites have perfected the decomposition of recalcitrant plant biomass to access valuable nutrients by engaging in a tripartite symbiosis with complementary contributions from a fungal mutualist and a co-diversified gut microbiome. This complex symbiotic interplay makes them one of the most successful and important decomposers for carbon cycling in Old World ecosystems.

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The termite fungal cultivar Termitomyces combines diverse enzymes and oxidative reactions for plant biomass conversion

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