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Plant identity and density can influence arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi colonization, plant growth, and reproduction investment in coculture

Bibliographic reference Derelle, Damien ; Carmignac, David ; Courty, Pierre-Emmanuel ; Dajoz, Isabelle ; Declerck, Stephan ; et. al. Plant identity and density can influence arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi colonization, plant growth, and reproduction investment in coculture. In: Botany, Vol. 93, p. 405-412 (2015)
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