Data from: Soil fungi underlie a phylogenetic pattern in plant growth responses to nitrogen enrichment

Rachel C. Wooliver, John K. Senior, Brad M. Potts, Michael E. Van Nuland, Joseph K. Bailey & Jennifer A. Schweitzer
1. Under increasing anthropogenic nitrogen (N) deposition, some plant species will thrive while others will not. Previous work has shown that plant phylogeny can predict these responses, and that interactions with mycorrhizal fungi are a mechanism that drives variation in plant responses to N enrichment. Yet, much of this work has ignored the roles of other root-associated fungi and whole soil fungal communities in driving these responses. 2. We tested whether soil fungi mediate responses...
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