Data from: Plant genetics and interspecific competitive interactions determine ectomycorrhizal fungal community responses to climate change

Catherine A. Gehring, Dulce Flores-Rentería, Christopher M. Sthultz, Tierra M. Leonard, Lluvia Flores-Rentería, Amy V. Whipple, Thomas G. Whitham & Catherine Gehring
Although the importance of plant-associated microbes is increasingly recognized, little is known about the biotic and abiotic factors that determine the composition of that microbiome. We examined the influence of plant genetic variation, and two stressors, one biotic and one abiotic, on the ectomycorrhizal (EM) fungal community of a dominant tree species, Pinus edulis. During three periods across 16 years that varied in drought severity, we sampled the EM fungal communities of a wild stand...
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