Indirect mutualism in the legume — Rhizobium — mycorrhizal fungus interaction

@article{Cluett1983IndirectMI,
  title={Indirect mutualism in the legume — Rhizobium — mycorrhizal fungus interaction},
  author={Helen C. Cluett and Douglas H. Boucher},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={1983},
  volume={59},
  pages={405-408}
}
When one organism interacts mutualistically with each of two others, various new phenomena may result. The two might compete for the services of the third, particularly if the two receive essentially the same benefits from it. For example, two plants might compete for the attention of an insect pollinator (Mosquin 1971; Addicott 1978; Waser 1978; Thompson… CONTINUE READING