Does cluster-root activity benefit nutrient uptake and growth of co-existing species?

Does cluster-root activity benefit nutrient uptake and growth of co-existing species?

A. L. Muler, R. S. Oliveira, E. J. Veneklaas, H. Lambers

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Agradecimentos: Australian Research Council; University of Western Australia

Species that inhabit phosphorus- (P) and micronutrient-impoverished soils typically have adaptations to enhance the acquisition of these nutrients, for example cluster roots in Proteaceae. However, there are several species co-occurring in the same environment that do not produce similar specialised...

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Does cluster-root activity benefit nutrient uptake and growth of co-existing species?

A. L. Muler, R. S. Oliveira, E. J. Veneklaas, H. Lambers


										

Does cluster-root activity benefit nutrient uptake and growth of co-existing species?

A. L. Muler, R. S. Oliveira, E. J. Veneklaas, H. Lambers

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    Oecologia

    Vol. 174, no. 1 (Jan., 2014), p. 23-31