Mycorrhizae and soil phosphorus affect growth of Celastrus orbiculatus

@article{Lett2011MycorrhizaeAS,
  title={Mycorrhizae and soil phosphorus affect growth of Celastrus orbiculatus},
  author={Carly N. Lett and L. Dewald and J. Horton},
  journal={Biological Invasions},
  year={2011},
  volume={13},
  pages={2339-2350}
}
Celastrus orbiculatus is an exotic liana that exploits disturbed areas in the eastern United States and once established, can invade into relatively undisturbed forest ecosystems. Mechanisms facilitating its invasion are not fully understood, including whether associations with mycorrhizal fungi are related to its invasion success. We grew C. orbiculatus in a greenhouse and compared growth responses when mycorrhizal fungi or a fungistatic were added to growth media that was either phosphorus… Expand

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