. Principal coordinate analysis (PCoA) of fungal leaf-inhabiting endophytes of beech display strongly differing assemblages obtained with Illumina sequencing and cultivation. Both methods revealed differing mycobiomes from valley and from mountain leaves, although these differences were less pronounced for cultivation data. Abbreviations: IM = Illumina data from mountain samples, IV = Illumina data from valley samples, CM = cultivation data from mountain samples, CV = cultivation data from valley samples

  Part of: Siddique AB, Khokon AM, Unterseher M (2017) What do we learn from cultures in the omics age? High-throughput sequencing and cultivation of leaf-inhabiting endophytes from beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) revealed complementary community composition but similar correlations with local habitat conditions. MycoKeys 20: 1-16. https://doi.org/10.3897/mycokeys.20.11265