Data from: Selection mosaics differentiate Rhizobium–host plant interactions across different nitrogen environments

Jannick Van Cauwenberghe, Wouter Visch, Jan Michiels & Olivier Honnay
The nature and direction of coevolutionary interactions between species is expected to differentiate among distinct environments. Consequently, locally coevolved symbiotic traits would be well matched in similar environments, but mismatched elsewhere. In a classic mutualistic tradeoff, rhizobia provide nitrogen (N) to legume host plants in return for photosynthates. Despite earlier predictions, there is little evidence so far that spatial differences in soil N content mediate the coevolutionary outcome of the legume–Rhizobium mutualism. To test the...
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