Plant root response to heterogeneity of soil resources: Effects of nutrient patches, AM symbiosis, and species composition

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Response of the underground parts of a whole grassland community to heterogeneity in soil resources was studied under field conditions. The increased availability of nutrients (N, P) in patches was combined with suppression of arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis (by fungicide benomyl) and with modification of substrate structure (sieved soil, sieved soil mixed… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02899985

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@article{milauerov2008PlantRR, title={Plant root response to heterogeneity of soil resources: Effects of nutrient patches, AM symbiosis, and species composition}, author={Marie {\vS}milauerov{\'a}}, journal={Folia Geobotanica}, year={2008}, volume={36}, pages={337-351} }