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Testing the Plant Growth-Defense Hypothesis Belowground : Do Faster-Growing Herbaceous Plant Species Suffer More Negative Effects from Soil Biota than Slower-Growing Ones?

Testing the Plant Growth-Defense Hypothesis Belowground : Do Faster-Growing Herbaceous Plant Species Suffer More Negative Effects from Soil Biota than Slower-Growing Ones?

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LEMMERMEYER, Stefanie, Linda LÖRCHER, Mark VAN KLEUNEN, Wayne DAWSON, 2015. Testing the Plant Growth-Defense Hypothesis Belowground : Do Faster-Growing Herbaceous Plant Species Suffer More Negative Effects from Soil Biota than Slower-Growing Ones?. In: The American Naturalist. 186(2), pp. 264-271. ISSN 0003-0147. eISSN 1537-5323. Available under: doi: 10.1086/682005

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