Salinity Legacy: Foliar microbiome’s history affects mutualist-conferred salinity tolerance

Suresh Subedi, Preston Allen, Rosario Vidales, Leonel Sternberg, Michael Ross & Michelle Afkhami
The rapid human-driven changes in the environment during the Anthropocene have placed extreme stress on many plants and animals. Beneficial interactions with microorganisms may be crucial for ameliorating these stressors and facilitating the ecosystem services host organisms provide. Foliar endophytes, microorganisms that reside within leaves, are found in essentially all plants and can provide important benefits (e.g., enhanced drought tolerance or resistance to herbivory). However, it remains unclear how important the legacy effects of the...
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