Revealing structure and assembly for rhizophyte-endophyte diazotrophic community in mangrove ecosystem after introduced Sonneratia apetala and Laguncularia racemosa.

@article{Liu2020RevealingSA,
  title={Revealing structure and assembly for rhizophyte-endophyte diazotrophic community in mangrove ecosystem after introduced Sonneratia apetala and Laguncularia racemosa.},
  author={Xingyu Liu and Chao Yang and Xiaoli Yu and Huang Yu and Wei Zhuang and Hang Gu and Kui Xu and Xiafei Zheng and Cheng Wang and Fanshu Xiao and Bo Wu and Zhili He and Qingyun Yan},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2020},
  volume={721},
  pages={
          137807
        }
}
Biological nitrogen fixation (BNF) mediated by diazotrophic communities is a major source of bioavailable nitrogen in mangrove wetlands, which plays important roles in maintaining the health and stability of mangrove ecosystems. Recent large-scale mangrove afforestation activities have drawn great attention due to introduced mangrove species and their potential impacts on bio-functionalities of local ecosystems. However, the effects of introduced mangrove species on diazotrophic communities… 
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