Data from: Do plant-microbe interactions support the Stress Gradient Hypothesis?

Aaron David, Khum Thapa-Magar, Michelle Afkhami, Christopher Searcy & Eric Menges
The Stress Gradient Hypothesis (SGH), which predicts increasing ratios of facilitative:competitive interactions with increasing stress, has long been a guiding framework for conceptualizing plant-plant interactions. Recently, there has been a growing recognition of the roles of microbes in mitigating or exacerbating environmental stress for their plant hosts. As such, we might predict based on the SGH that beneficial microbial effects on plant performance should be positively associated with stress. We hypothesized that support for the...
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