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Plant population and soil origin effects on rhizosphere nematode community composition of a range-expanding plant species and a native congener

Plant population and soil origin effects on rhizosphere nematode community composition of a range-expanding plant species and a native congener

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WILSCHUT, Rutger A., Kim J. H. MAGNÉE, Stefan GEISEN, Wim H. VAN DER PUTTEN, Olga KOSTENKO, 2020. Plant population and soil origin effects on rhizosphere nematode community composition of a range-expanding plant species and a native congener. In: Oecologia. Springer. 194(1-2), pp. 237-250. ISSN 0029-8549. eISSN 1432-1939. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s00442-020-04749-y

@article{Wilschut2020-10-03Plant-51345, title={Plant population and soil origin effects on rhizosphere nematode community composition of a range-expanding plant species and a native congener}, year={2020}, doi={10.1007/s00442-020-04749-y}, number={1-2}, volume={194}, issn={0029-8549}, journal={Oecologia}, pages={237--250}, author={Wilschut, Rutger A. and Magnée, Kim J. H. and Geisen, Stefan and van der Putten, Wim H. and Kostenko, Olga} }

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