Sophie Lane Comparative Plant and Fungal Biology Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew
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Jill kowal Comparative Plant and Fungal Biology, Jodrell Laboratory, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, London, England TW9 3AB
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Elena Arrigoni
  • Research Assistant, Comparative Plant and Fungal Biology Royal Botanic Gardens Kew
Research focus
  • Environmental science
  • 1 Author merit


Ph.D, University of Udine, 2019


Kowal J., Arrigoni E., Serra J., Bidartondo M. Prevalence and phenology of fine root endophyte colonization across populations of Lycopodiella inundata. Mycorrhiza,
Arrigoni E., Albanese D., Oliveira Longa C.M., Angeli D., Donati C., Ioriatti C., Pertot I., Perazzolli M. (2020). Tissue age, orchard location and disease management influence the composition of fungal and bacterial communities present on the bark of apple trees. Environmental Microbiology 22(6), 2080–2093
Arrigoni E., Oliveira Longa C.M., Angeli D., Soini M., Pertot I., Perazzolli M. (2019). A fast and reliable method for Diplodia seriata inoculation of trunks and assessment of fungicide efficacy on potted apple plants under greenhouse conditions. Phytopathologia Mediterranea 58(1): 163-173
Arrigoni E., Antonielli L., Pindo M., Pertot I., Perazzolli M. (2018). Tissue age and plant genotype affect the microbiota of apple and pear bark. Microbiological Research 211: 57–68
1 Protocol published
Acidified Blue Ink-staining Procedure for the Observation of Fungal Structures Inside Roots of Two Disparate Plant Lineages
Authors:  Jill Kowal, Elena Arrigoni and Sophie Lane, date: 10/20/2020, view: 2315, Q&A: 0
Identifying microscopic mycorrhizal fungal structures in roots, i.e., hyphae, vesicles and arbuscules, requires root staining procedures that are often time consuming and involves chemicals known to present health risks from exposure. By ...
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