Data from: Root herbivory indirectly affects above- and belowground community members and directly reduces plant performance

Nicholas A. Barber, Nelson J. Milano, E. Toby Kiers, Nina Theis, Vanessa Bartolo, Ruth V. Hazzard & Lynn S. Adler
1.There is widespread recognition that above- and below-ground organisms are linked through their interactions with host plants that span terrestrial subsystems. In addition to direct effects on plants, soil organisms such as root herbivores can indirectly alter interactions between plants and other community members, with potentially important effects on plant growth and fitness. 2. We manipulated root herbivory by Acalymma vittatum in Cucumis sativus to determine indirect effects on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, leaf herbivory, the...
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