Natural shifts in communities of rhizosphere fungi of common oak after felling

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Fungal communities in the rhizospheres of oak roots were shown to change after the trees were felled. The ecological significance of this is considered. Fungal communities were isolated from rhizospheres of thin roots (0.5–1 mm diam.) of living trees and their stumps two years after felling in 30- and 50-year-old stands of Quercus robur, with samples taken… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/B:PLSO.0000047752.41575.c7

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@article{Kwana2004NaturalSI, title={Natural shifts in communities of rhizosphere fungi of common oak after felling}, author={Hanna Kwaśna}, journal={Plant and Soil}, year={2004}, volume={264}, pages={209-218} }