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Mycorrhizal species identity affects plant community structure and invasion: a microcosm study

Author(s): E. D. Stampe and C. C. Daehler

Month: Feb
Year: 2003

Journal: Oikos
Volume: 100
Issue: 2
Pages: 362-372

Article Topic(s): Invasive species, Mycorrhizae
Research Setting(s): Greenhouse

Species Referenced: Chamaecrista nictitans (Sensitive partridge pea),

Abstract

Investigates the effects of different arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) on community structure and invasion in Hawaii. Results indicate that the AMF community can influence the plant community structure and indirectly affect invasion.

Suggested Citation

E. D. Stampe and C. C. Daehler. "Mycorrhizal species identity affects plant community structure and invasion: a microcosm study." Oikos 100.2 (2003): 362-372.

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