A broadleaf species enhances an autotoxic conifers growth through belowground chemical interactions.

@article{Xia2016ABS,
  title={A broadleaf species enhances an autotoxic conifers growth through belowground chemical interactions.},
  author={Zhi-chao Xia and C. Kong and Longchi Chen and P. Wang and Si-long Wang},
  journal={Ecology},
  year={2016},
  volume={97 9},
  pages={
          2283-2292
        }
}
Plants may affect the performance of neighboring plants either positively or negatively through interspecific and intraspecific interactions. Productivity of mixed-species systems is ultimately the net result of positive and negative interactions among the component species. Despite increasing knowledge of positive interactions occurring in mixed-species tree systems, relatively little is known about the mechanisms underlying such interactions. Based on data from 25-year-old experimental stands… Expand
Broadleaf trees mediate chemically the growth of Chinese fir through root exudates
…Fell Upas Sits, the Hydra-Tree of Death †, or the Phytotoxicity of Trees
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