Interfering with neighbouring communities: allelopathy astray in the tundra delays seedling development

Kari Anne Bråthen, Anna Katharina Pilsbacher, Bente Lindgård, Rigmor Reiersen & Victoria Gonzalez
1. Altered species composition caused by environmental and climatic change can affect the transfer of plant residues among communities. Whereas transferred residues are typically considered a resource in recipient systems, residues of allelopathic species may instead cause interference. 2. Evergreen dwarf shrubs, specifically the allelopathic species Empetrum nigrum are increasing in abundance in response to a warming climate. Empetrum has small, evergreen leaves that can be transferred to other communities when withered and lost from...
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