Mycorrhizal species identity affects plant community structure and invasion : a microcosm study

@inproceedings{Stampe2003MycorrhizalSI,
  title={Mycorrhizal species identity affects plant community structure and invasion : a microcosm study},
  author={Elizabeth D. Stampe and Curtis C. Daehler},
  year={2003}
}
Previous studies have shown that arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) can mediate plant interactions, thereby affecting plant community structure. Little is known, however, about whether the presence of different AMF species leads to differences in plant community structure or invasion success by introduced species. To investigate the effects of AMF species on community structure and invasion, we created replicate microcosms containing soil inoculated with one of three different AMF species… CONTINUE READING
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