Data from: Archaea and bacteria mediate the effects of native species root loss on fungi during plant invasion

Steven D. Mamet, Eric G. Lamb, Candace L. Piper, Tristrom Winsley & Steven D. Siciliano
Although invasive plants can drive ecosystem change, little is known about the directional nature of belowground interactions between invasive plants, native roots, bacteria, archaea and fungi. We used detailed bioinformatics and a recently developed root assay on soils collected in fescue grassland along a gradient of smooth brome (Bromus inermis Leyss) invasion to examine the links between smooth brome shoot litter and root, archaea, bacteria and fungal communities. We examined (1) aboveground versus belowground influences...
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