Endophytes are organisms inhabiting the living plant organs at some time during their lives, without causing apparent harm to the host. Many studies have studied various geographical and climatic zones which are ubiquitous, and occurred within all examined plants, including a broad range of host orders, families, genera and species in various ecosystems. The diversity of microbial symbionts associated with plants plays an important role in the nutrition and the adaptation of hosts to biotic and abiotic stress, thus evolving the holobiont. The genetic diversity of the microbial consortium can extend the range of the environment where hosts will survive.
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Citation: Fang W, Yang L, Zhu X, Zeng L, Li X (2013) Seasonal and Habitat Dependent Variations in Culturable Endophytes of Camellia sinensis. J Plant Pathol Microb 4:169
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