Data from: Importance of soil legacy effects and successful mutualistic interactions during Australian acacia invasions in nutrient poor environments

Johannes J. Le Roux, Allan G. Ellis, Lise-Mari Van Zyl, Nicholas D. Hosking, Jan-Hendrik Keet & Florencia A. Yannelli
Non-native plants often alter environments they invade, favouring their own performance through positive feedbacks. Plant-soil interactions represent one such mechanism, but their complexity (e.g. invader-induced changes in soil nutrients, microbial communities, etc.) makes inferences of the precise mechanisms that benefit invaders difficult. Here we aimed to determine: 1) whether invasion by Australian acacias (genus Acacia L.) changes nitrogen-fixing soil microbial community diversity and structure, and 2) the importance of available rhizobial partners and overall invader-induced...
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