Mycorrhizal fungi mediation of terrestrial ecosystem responses to global change: mini-review

@inproceedings{Mohan2014MycorrhizalFM,
  title={Mycorrhizal fungi mediation of terrestrial ecosystem responses to global change: mini-review},
  author={Jacqueline E. Mohan and Charles Clark Cowden and Peter W Baas and Anurag Dawadi and Paul T. Frankson and Katherine R. Helmick and Elizabeth Hughes and Shafkat Majeed Khan and Ashley K. Lang and Megan Beth Machmuller and Melanie K. Taylor and ClaudiaM. Witt},
  year={2014}
}
Abstract Mycorrhizal fungi are responsible for most nutrient uptake by the majority of land plants. As such, mycorrhizas are increasingly recognized as important drivers of terrestrial ecosystem processes, and may mediate ecosystem responses to environmental change. Here we review published studies that explicitly address the role of mycorrhizal influence on ecosystem responses such as biogeochemical fluxes and pools, ecosystem productivity, and dominant vegetative growth responses to global… CONTINUE READING
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