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DIFFERENT ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGAL SPECIES ARE POTENTIAL DETERMINANTS OF PLANT COMMUNITY STRUCTURE
Almost all natural plant communities contain arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF). We hypothesized that the species composition of AMF communities could have the potential to determine plant communityExpand
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Manipulating the jasmonate response: How do methyl jasmonate additions mediate characteristics of aboveground and belowground mutualisms?
Summary 1. Plants use a range of sophisticated strategies to protect themselves against herbivores and pathogens, such as the production of jasmonates, a group of plant hormones that prime theExpand
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Different arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi alter coexistence and resource distribution between co‐occurring plant
Summary • It is often thought that the coexistence of plants and plant diversity is determined by resource heterogeneity of the abiotic environment. However, the presence and heterogeneity of bioticExpand
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Symbiotic relationships between soil fungi and plants reduce N2O emissions from soil
N2O is a potent greenhouse gas involved in the destruction of the protective ozone layer in the stratosphere and contributing to global warming. The ecological processes regulating its emissions fromExpand
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A widespread plant-fungal-bacterial symbiosis promotes plant biodiversity, plant nutrition and seedling recruitment
Highly diverse microbial assemblages colonize plant roots. It is still poorly understood whether different members of this root microbiome act synergistically by supplying different services (forExpand
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Provision of contrasting ecosystem services by soil communities from different agricultural fields
Several studies have shown that soil biotic communities from organically managed fields are more diverse and exhibit higher activity levels compared to conventionally managed fields. The impact ofExpand
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Mycorrhizal fungi suppress aggressive agricultural weeds
Plant growth responses to arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) are highly variable, ranging from mutualism in a wide range of plants, to antagonism in some non-mycorrhizal plant species and plantsExpand
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No evidence for allelopathic effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on the non-host plant Stellaria media
Background and aimsIncreasing evidence suggests that several plants, particularly non-mycorrhizal species, are negatively affected by the presence of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF). MechanismsExpand
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FORUM: Sustaining ecosystem functions in a changing world: a call for an integrated approach
With ever-increasing human pressure on ecosystems, it is critically important to predict how ecosystem functions will respond to such human-induced perturbations. We define perturbations as eitherExpand
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Measurement of the proton and the deuteron structure functions, F2p and F2d
The proton and deuteron structure funtions F2p and F2d were measured in the kinematic range 0.006 < x < 0.6 and 0.5 < Q2 < 75 GeV2, by inclusive deep inelastic muon scattering at 90, 120, 200 and 280Expand
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