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The morphology of a Glomus-like fungus-host interaction in chlorophyllous gametophytes and young apogamic sporophytes of Dryopteris muenchii A.R. Sm. was studied from ferns cultivated in laboratory, using soil as substrate. An aseptate fungus colonized the gametophytes' tissue through the rhizoids, developing vesicles. The fungus penetrated the young sporophytes primary roots by developing appressoria. It spread forming inter-and intra-cellular hyphae through the epidermis and the outermostdoi:10.15517/rbt.v56i3.5696 fatcat:sasf4arbonhdbbul7miy3x7fsi