Data from: Severance of arbuscular mycorrhizal networks in restoration grasslands enhances seedling biomass

Dassen Sigrid, Wim Van Der Putten & Gerlinde De Deyn
1. Establishment and growth of grassland plant species is generally promoted by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) when grown in isolation. However, in grassland communities AMF form networks that may connect individual plants of different ages within and between species. Here, we use an in-growth core approach to examine how mycorrhizal networks influences performance of seedlings in grasslands. 2. We selected 4 grass and 4 forb species with known negative or neutral-positive plant-soil feedback and grew...
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