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Worldwide diversity of endophytic fungi and insects associated with dormant tree twigs

Zlatkovic, Milica and Wang, Yongjun and Sivickis, Karolis and Vettraino, Anna Maria and Uimari, Anne and Franic, Iva and Witzell, Johanna and Talgo, Venche and Villari, Caterina and Ruffner, Beat and Franic, Iva and Tomoshevich, Maria and Ulyshen, Michael and Prospero, Simone and Adamson, Kalev and Allan, Eric and Attorre, Fabio and Baert, Wim and Barta, Marek and Boron, Piotr and Brestovanska, Tereza and Brurberg, May Bente and Burgess, Treena and Burokiene, Daiva and Cleary, Michelle and Coyle, David R. and Cerny, Karel and de Groot, Maarten and Diez, Julio Javier and Dogmus Lehtijarvi, H. Tugba and Drenkhan, Rein and Edwards, Jacqueline and Elsafy, Mohammed and Fan, Jianting and Feddern, Nina and Gossner, Martin M. and Grad, Bartlomiej and Hartmann, Martin and Havrdova, Ludmila and Horakova, Miriam Kadasi and Hrabetova, Marketa and Justesen, Mathias Just and Kacprzyk, Magdalena and Kirichenko, Natalia and Kovac, Marta and Kramarets, Volodymyr and Lazarevic, Jelena and Leskiv, Marianna and Li, Hongmei and Madsen, Corrie Lynne and Malumphy, Chris and Matosevic, Dinka and Matsiakh, Iryna and May, Tom W. and Meffert, Johan and Migliorini, Duccio and Nikolov, Christo and O'Hanlon, Richard and Oskay, Funda and Paap, Trudy and Piskur, Barbara and Ravn, Hans Peter and Richard, John (2022). Worldwide diversity of endophytic fungi and insects associated with dormant tree twigs. Scientific Data. 9 :1 , 62
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Abstract

International trade in plants and climate change are two of the main factors causing damaging tree pests (i.e. fungi and insects) to spread into new areas. To mitigate these risks, a large-scale assessment of tree-associated fungi and insects is needed. We present records of endophytic fungi and insects in twigs of 17 angiosperm and gymnosperm genera, from 51 locations in 32 countries worldwide. Endophytic fungi were characterized by high-throughput sequencing of 352 samples from 145 tree species in 28 countries. Insects were reared from 227 samples of 109 tree species in 18 countries and sorted into taxonomic orders and feeding guilds. Herbivorous insects were grouped into morphospecies and were identified using molecular and morphological approaches. This dataset reveals the diversity of tree-associated taxa, as it contains 12,721 fungal Amplicon Sequence Variants and 208 herbivorous insect morphospecies, sampled across broad geographic and climatic gradients and for many tree species. This dataset will facilitate applied and fundamental studies on the distribution of fungal endophytes and insects in trees.

Authors/Creators:Zlatkovic, Milica and Wang, Yongjun and Sivickis, Karolis and Vettraino, Anna Maria and Uimari, Anne and Franic, Iva and Witzell, Johanna and Talgo, Venche and Villari, Caterina and Ruffner, Beat and Franic, Iva and Tomoshevich, Maria and Ulyshen, Michael and Prospero, Simone and Adamson, Kalev and Allan, Eric and Attorre, Fabio and Baert, Wim and Barta, Marek and Boron, Piotr and Brestovanska, Tereza and Brurberg, May Bente and Burgess, Treena and Burokiene, Daiva and Cleary, Michelle and Coyle, David R. and Cerny, Karel and de Groot, Maarten and Diez, Julio Javier and Dogmus Lehtijarvi, H. Tugba and Drenkhan, Rein and Edwards, Jacqueline and Elsafy, Mohammed and Fan, Jianting and Feddern, Nina and Gossner, Martin M. and Grad, Bartlomiej and Hartmann, Martin and Havrdova, Ludmila and Horakova, Miriam Kadasi and Hrabetova, Marketa and Justesen, Mathias Just and Kacprzyk, Magdalena and Kirichenko, Natalia and Kovac, Marta and Kramarets, Volodymyr and Lazarevic, Jelena and Leskiv, Marianna and Li, Hongmei and Madsen, Corrie Lynne and Malumphy, Chris and Matosevic, Dinka and Matsiakh, Iryna and May, Tom W. and Meffert, Johan and Migliorini, Duccio and Nikolov, Christo and O'Hanlon, Richard and Oskay, Funda and Paap, Trudy and Piskur, Barbara and Ravn, Hans Peter and Richard, John
Title:Worldwide diversity of endophytic fungi and insects associated with dormant tree twigs
Series Name/Journal:Scientific Data
Year of publishing :2022
Volume:9
Number:1
Article number:62
Number of Pages:9
Publisher:NATURE PORTFOLIO
ISSN:2052-4463
Language:English
Publication Type:Research article
Article category:Scientific peer reviewed
Version:Published version
Copyright:Creative Commons: Attribution 4.0
Full Text Status:Public
Subjects:(A) Swedish standard research categories 2011 > 4 Agricultural Sciences > 401 Agricultural, Forestry and Fisheries > Forest Science
(A) Swedish standard research categories 2011 > 1 Natural sciences > 106 Biological Sciences (Medical to be 3 and Agricultural to be 4) > Ecology
URN:NBN:urn:nbn:se:slu:epsilon-p-116433
Permanent URL:
http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:slu:epsilon-p-116433
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DOI10.1038/s41597-022-01162-3
Web of Science (WoS)000762745400001
ID Code:27429
Faculty:LTV - Fakulteten för landskapsarkitektur, trädgårds- och växtproduktionsvetenskap
Department:(LTJ, LTV) > Department of Plant Breeding (from 130101)
Deposited By: SLUpub Connector
Deposited On:24 Mar 2022 13:25
Metadata Last Modified:24 Mar 2022 13:31

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