What are the names of mushrooms that enter into mutually beneficial relationships with different types of plants?

In close relationship with plants, mushrooms live, which are usually called symbionts. Translated from Greek, as “living together” Such fungi penetrate into the root tissue of plants and form a “mycelium” (or mycelium), which significantly helps to strengthen immunity, helps fight pathogenic microorganisms, provides water absorption, recycles, and supplies plants with trace elements and organic matter from the soil, providing good nutrition.

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