Data from: Switchgrass rhizosphere metabolite chemistry driven by nitrogen availability

Darian Smercina, Alan W Bowsher, Sarah E Evans, Maren L Friesen, Elizabeth K Eder, David W Hoyt & Lisa K Tiemann
Plants and soil microorganisms interact closely in the rhizosphere where plants may exchange carbon (C) for functional benefits from the microbial community. For example, the bioenergy crop, switchgrass (Panicum virgatum) is thought to exchange root-exuded C for nitrogen (N) fixed by diazotrophs (free-living N-fixers). However, this interaction is not well characterized and it is not known how or if switchgrass responds to diazotrophs or their activity. To explore this question, we assessed rhizosphere metabolite chemistry...
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