Community‐level interactions between plants and soil biota during range expansion

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Koorem, Kadri
Snoek, Basten L.
Bloem, Janneke
Geisen, Stefan
Kostenko, Olga
Manrubia, Marta
Ramirez, Kelly S.
Weser, Carolin
van der Putten, Wim H.
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Journal of Ecology. Wiley. 2020, 108(5), pp. 1860-1873. ISSN 0022-0477. eISSN 1365-2745. Available under: doi: 10.1111/1365-2745.13409
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  1. Plant species that expand their range in response to current climate change will encounter soil communities that may hinder, allow or even facilitate plant performance. It has been shown repeatedly for plant species originating from other continents that these plants are less hampered by soil communities from the new than from the original range. However, information about the interactions between intra‐continental range expanders and soil communities is sparse, especially at community level.

    2. Here we used a plant–soil feedback experiment approach to examine if the interactions between range expanders and soil communities change during range expansion. We grew communities of range‐expanding and native plant species with soil communities originating from the original and new range of range expanders. In these conditioned soils, we determined the composition of fungi and bacteria by high‐throughput amplicon sequencing of the ITS region and the 16S rRNA gene respectively. Nematode community composition was determined by microscopy‐based morphological identification. Then we tested how these soil communities influence the growth of subsequent communities of range expanders and natives.

    3. We found that after the conditioning phase soil bacterial, fungal and nematode communities differed by origin and by conditioning plant communities. Despite differences in bacterial, fungal and nematode communities between original and new range, soil origin did not influence the biomass production of plant communities. Both native and range expanding plant communities produced most above‐ground biomass in soils that were conditioned by plant communities distantly related to them.

    4. Synthesis . Communities of range‐expanding plant species shape specific soil communities in both original and new range soil. Plant–soil interactions of range expanders in communities can be similar to the ones of their closely related native plant species.
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ISO 690KOOREM, Kadri, Basten L. SNOEK, Janneke BLOEM, Stefan GEISEN, Olga KOSTENKO, Marta MANRUBIA, Kelly S. RAMIREZ, Carolin WESER, Rutger A. WILSCHUT, Wim H. VAN DER PUTTEN, 2020. Community‐level interactions between plants and soil biota during range expansion. In: Journal of Ecology. Wiley. 2020, 108(5), pp. 1860-1873. ISSN 0022-0477. eISSN 1365-2745. Available under: doi: 10.1111/1365-2745.13409
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@article{Koorem2020-09Commu-50258,
  year={2020},
  doi={10.1111/1365-2745.13409},
  title={Community‐level interactions between plants and soil biota during range expansion},
  number={5},
  volume={108},
  issn={0022-0477},
  journal={Journal of Ecology},
  pages={1860--1873},
  author={Koorem, Kadri and Snoek, Basten L. and Bloem, Janneke and Geisen, Stefan and Kostenko, Olga and Manrubia, Marta and Ramirez, Kelly S. and Weser, Carolin and Wilschut, Rutger A. and van der Putten, Wim H.}
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