Data from: Carbon resource richness shapes bacterial competitive interactions by alleviating growth-antibiosis trade-off

Chunlan Yang, Yue Dong, Ville-Petri Friman, Alexandre Jousset, Zhong Wei, Yangchun Xu & Qirong Shen
Antibiosis and resource competition are major drivers shaping the assembly, diversity and functioning of microbial communities. While it is recognised that competition is sensitive to environmental conditions, it is unclear to what extent this mediated by the availability of different carbon resources. Here we used a model laboratory system to directly test this by exploring how carbon resource richness and identity shape resource competition and antibiosis between plant probiotic Bacillus amyloliquefaciens and phytopathogenic Ralstonia solanacearum...
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