Thanks first and foremost to Dr. Siobhan Fennessy of Kenyon College for her help with virtually every aspect of both this site and the mycorrhiza research projects in her lab. Dr.
Carl Friese of the University of Dayton provided much-needed advice on staining techniques and scoring of mycorrhizal infection. Erin Wimmers, Jessica Edwards, and Mark Wilson
helped process plants -- for hours and hours. Steven Marx at the University of Rochester helped with ideas for HTML coding. Mycorrhizal Applications, Inc. and Mark Brundrett
kindly gave permission to use their photographs of mycorrhizae and roots. The Mycorrhizal Information Exchange site at http://mycorrhiza.ag.utk.edu provided many of the other
images used in this site.
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