Impacts of root symbiotic associations on interspecific variation in sugar exudation rates and rhizosphere microbial communities: a comparison among four plant families

@article{Okubo2015ImpactsOR,
  title={Impacts of root symbiotic associations on interspecific variation in sugar exudation rates and rhizosphere microbial communities: a comparison among four plant families},
  author={Atushi Okubo and Motomu Matsusaka and Shuichi Sugiyama},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2015},
  volume={399},
  pages={345-356}
}
Background and aimsSymbiotic associations between rhizobia and arbuscular mycorrhyzal fungi (AMF) influence changes in carbon allocation to plant roots and alter the exudation of signal molecules in their host plants. In this study, we examined the impacts of bacterial and fungal symbiotic associations on the variation in sugar exudation rates from plant roots, and in rhizosphere microbial community structure, by comparing four plant families (e.g., Asteraceae, Brassicaceae, Fabaceae, and… 

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