Strong plant-soil associations in a heterogeneous subtropical broad-leaved forest

@article{Zhang2011StrongPA,
  title={Strong plant-soil associations in a heterogeneous subtropical broad-leaved forest},
  author={Liwen Zhang and Xiangcheng Mi and Hongbo Shao and Keping Ma},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2011},
  volume={347},
  pages={211-220}
}
The relative importance of deterministic and neutral processes on community assembly is currently a topic of much debate among ecologists. Analyzing species-environment associations is an effective way to assess the importance of deterministic process such as niche differentiation, but both habitat association and dispersal limitation can produce similar patterns of spatial aggregation in species. Therefore, it is crucial to control for the impact of dispersal limitation on species… CONTINUE READING
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