Highly diverse and spatially heterogeneous mycorrhizal symbiosis in a rare epiphyte is unrelated to broad biogeographic or environmental features.

@article{Kartzinel2013HighlyDA,
  title={Highly diverse and spatially heterogeneous mycorrhizal symbiosis in a rare epiphyte is unrelated to broad biogeographic or environmental features.},
  author={Tyler R Kartzinel and Dorset W Trapnell and Richard P Shefferson},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2013},
  volume={22 23},
  pages={
          5949-61
        }
}
Symbiotic interactions are common in nature. In dynamic or degraded environments, the ability to associate with multiple partners (i.e. broad specificity) may enable species to persist through fluctuations in the availability of any particular partner. Understanding how species interactions vary across landscapes is necessary to anticipate direct and indirect consequences of environmental degradation on species conservation. We asked whether mycorrhizal symbiosis by populations of a rare… CONTINUE READING
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