Data from: Beyond biomass: soil feedbacks are transient over plant life-stages and alter fitness

Jan-Hendrik Dudenhöffer, Anne Ebeling, Alexandra-Maria Klein & Cameron Wagg
1. Plants influence associated soil biotic communities that in turn can alter the performance of the subsequently growing plants. Although such ‘plant-soil feedbacks’ (PSFs) are considered as important drivers of plant community assembly, past PSF studies have mainly addressed plant biomass production. However, plant performance is not only the production of biomass, but comprises a sequence of different life-stages: from seed germination over vegetative growth up to the production of a viable progeny. 2. Here...
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