Root microbiota dynamics of perennial Arabis alpina are dependent on soil residence time but independent of flowering time

@inproceedings{Dombrowski2017RootMD,
  title={Root microbiota dynamics of perennial Arabis alpina are dependent on soil residence time but independent of flowering time},
  author={Nina Dombrowski and Klaus Schlaeppi and Matthew T. Agler and St{\'e}phane Hacquard and Eric Kemen and Ruben Garrido Oter and J{\"o}rg Wunder and George Coupland and Paul Schulze-Lefert},
  booktitle={The ISME Journal},
  year={2017}
}
Recent field and laboratory experiments with perennial Boechera stricta and annual Arabidopsis thaliana suggest that the root microbiota influences flowering time. Here we examined in long-term time-course experiments the bacterial root microbiota of the arctic-alpine perennial Arabis alpina in natural and controlled environments by 16S rRNA gene profiling. We identified soil type and residence time of plants in soil as major determinants explaining up to 15% of root microbiota variation… CONTINUE READING
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