Co-invasion by Pinus and its mycorrhizal fungi.

  title={Co-invasion by Pinus and its mycorrhizal fungi.},
  author={Ian A Dickie and Nicola Bolstridge and Jerry A. Cooper and Duane A. Peltzer},
  journal={The New phytologist},
  volume={187 2},
SUMMARY *The absence of co-evolved mutualists of plants invading a novel habitat is the logical corollary of the more widely recognized 'enemy escape'. To avoid or overcome the loss of mutualists, plants may co-invade with nonnative mutualists, form novel associations with native mutualists or form associations with native cosmopolitan mutualists, which are native but not novel to the invading plant. *We tested these hypotheses by contrasting the ectomycorrhizal fungal communities associated… CONTINUE READING
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