Impacts of invasive Australian acacias on soil bacterial community composition, microbial enzymatic activities, and nutrient availability in fynbos soils

Jan-Hendrik Keet
Invasive nitrogen-fixing plants often impact the soils they invade, notably through changes in soil chemistry and microbial community composition, which in turn could lead to alterations in soil functionality. We aimed to determine the impacts that invasive Australian Acacia trees have on soil chemistry and function (carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus cycling) in South Africa’s Core Cape Subregion, and whether any differences in soil function are linked to differences in soil chemical properties and bacterial community...
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