Data from: Compound-specific isotope analysis of amino acids as new tool to uncover trophic chains in soil food webs

Melanie M. Pollierer, Thomas Larsen, Anton Potapov, Adrian Brückner, Michael Heethoff, Jens Dyckmans & Stefan Scheu
Food webs in soil differ fundamentally from those above ground; they are based on inputs from both living plants via root exudates, and from detritus, which is a complex mixture of fungi, bacteria and dead plant remains. Trophic relationships are difficult to disentangle due to cryptic lifestyle of soil animals and inevitable microbial contributions to their diet. Compound-specific isotope analysis of amino acids (AAs) is increasingly used to explore complex food webs. The combined use...
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