Evolutionary relationships can be more important than abiotic conditions in predicting the outcome of plant-plant interactions.

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Positive and negative plant-plant interactions are major processes shaping plant communities. They are affected by environmental conditions and evolutionary relationships among the interacting plants. However, the generality of these factors as drivers of pairwise plant interactions and their combined effects remain virtually unknown. We conducted an… (More)

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@article{Soliveres2012EvolutionaryRC, title={Evolutionary relationships can be more important than abiotic conditions in predicting the outcome of plant-plant interactions.}, author={Santiago Soliveres and R Torices and Fernando T Maestre}, journal={Oikos}, year={2012}, volume={121 10}, pages={1638-1648} }