Rhizosphere and litter feedbacks to range-expanding plant species and related natives

Marta Manrubia, Wim H. Van Der Putten, Carolin Weser & Ciska Veen
1. Plant-soil feedback (PSF) results from the net legacy effect that plants leave in the composition of soil communities and abiotic soil properties. PSF is induced by the rhizosphere and by litter inputs into the soil, however, we have little understanding of their individual contributions. Here, we examine feedback effects from the rhizosphere of living plants, decomposing litter, and their combination. 2. We used four pairs of climate warming-induced range-expanding plant species and congeneric natives,...
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