Towards a holistic understanding of the beneficial interactions across the Populus microbiome.

@article{Hacquard2015TowardsAH,
  title={Towards a holistic understanding of the beneficial interactions across the Populus microbiome.},
  author={St{\'e}phane Hacquard and Christopher W. Schadt},
  journal={The New phytologist},
  year={2015},
  volume={205 4},
  pages={1424-30}
}
Interactions between trees and microorganisms are tremendously complex and the multispecies networks resulting from these associations have consequences for plant growth and productivity. However, a more holistic view is needed to better understand trees as ecosystems and superorganisms, where many interacting species contribute to the overall stability of the system. While much progress has been made on microbial communities associated with individual tree niches and the molecular interactions… CONTINUE READING
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