Data from : Soil pH determines bacterial distribution and assembly processes in natural mountain forests of eastern China

Yingying Ni, Teng Yang, Yuying Ma, Kaoping Zhang, Pamela Soltis, Douglas Soltis, Jack Gilbert, Yunpeng Zhao, Chengxin Fu & Haiyan Chu
Aim: There have been numerous studies of forest-soil microbial biogeography, but an integrated view of edaphic factors, plant, climatic factors, and geographic distance in determining the variation of bacterial community and assembly processes remains unclear at large spatial scales. Here, we analyzed the factors affecting the biogeographic pattern and assembly processes of soil bacterial communities under 58 tree species in five natural mountain forests. Location: Eastern China. Major taxa studied: Bacterial communities. Methods: Hierarchical partitioning...
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