Data from: The differential impact of a native and a non-native ragwort species (Senecioneae) on the first and second trophic level of the rhizosphere food web

Paula Harkes, Ava Verhoeven, Mark G. Sterken, L. Basten Snoek, Sven J. J. Van Den Elsen, Paul J. W. Mooijman, Casper W. Quist, Mariëtte T. W. Vervoort & Johannes Helder
Whereas the impact of exotic plant species on above-ground biota is relatively well-documented, far less is known about the effects of non-indigenous plants on the first and second trophic level of the rhizosphere food web. Here, rhizosphere communities of the invasive narrow-leaved ragwort Senecio inaequidens and the native tansy ragwort Jacobaea vulgaris, co-occurring in three semi-natural habitats are compared. For both species, two life stages were taken into consideration. Quantitative PCR assays for the analyses...
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