Data from: A temporally intensive survey of bacterial communities of Brassica napus genotypes grown in three environments

Jennifer K. Bell, Steven D. Mamet, Zayda Morales Moreira, Shanay Williams, Charlotte Norris, Tanner Dowry, Zelalem M. Taye, Eric G. Lamb, Matthew Links, Steven Shirtliffe, Melissa Arcand, Sally Vail, Bobbi Helagson & Steven D. Siciliano
Soil bacterial communities play vital roles in nutrient cycling and plant health. Breeding staple crops to have more robust microbiomes may be a sustainable way to improve crop yield without increasing inputs, leading to better global food security. We collected root and rhizosphere soil samples from sixteen genotypes of canola weekly for ten weeks at one site in 2016 and at three time points across three sites in 2017. We sequenced the 16S ribosomal RNA...
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