Data from: Long-term nitrogen addition causes the evolution of less cooperative mutualists

Dylan Jones Weese, Katy D. Heath, Bryn T. M. Dentinger & Jennifer Ann Lau
Human activities have altered the global nitrogen (N) cycle, and as a result, elevated N inputs are causing profound ecological changes in diverse ecosystems. The evolutionary consequences of this global change have been largely ignored even though elevated N inputs are predicted to cause mutualism breakdown and the evolution of decreased cooperation between resource mutualists. Using a long-term (22 year) N addition experiment, we find that elevated N inputs have altered the legume-rhizobium mutualism (where...
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