Soil mutualists modify priority effects on plant productivity, diversity, and composition

@inproceedings{Burkle2015SoilMM,
  title={Soil mutualists modify priority effects on plant productivity, diversity, and composition},
  author={Laura A. Burkle and R Travis Belote},
  year={2015}
}
Question The importance of priority effects on community assembly is well recognized, as is, increasingly, the role of environmental context in shaping those priority effects. Distinguishing the effects of soil nutrients and soil mutualists may be critical in the context of restoration, but remains poorly understood. Additionally, we asked whether pioneer species and soil conditions influenced trade-offs or complementarities between vegetation production and species diversity… CONTINUE READING
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