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Farrer, E.C., C. Birnbaum, S.R. Halbrook, M.V. Brady, C.R. Bumby, H. Candaele, N.K. Kulick, S.F.H. Lee, C.S. Schroeder, M.K.H. Smith, W. Wilber, and B. Singh. 2021. Plant and microbial impacts of an invasive species vary across an environmental gradient. Journal of Ecology 109(5):2163-2176. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.13629.
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Reference Number: 40785
Type: Journal Article
Author: Farrer, E.C., C. Birnbaum, S.R. Halbrook, M.V. Brady, C.R. Bumby, H. Candaele, N.K. Kulick, S.F.H. Lee, C.S. Schroeder, M.K.H. Smith, W. Wilber, and B. Singh
Date (year): 2021
Article Title:Plant and microbial impacts of an invasive species vary across an environmental gradient
Journal Name: Journal of Ecology
Volume: 109
Issue: 5
Pages: 2163-2176
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Keywords: 16S, diversity, Gulf Coast, haplotype, ITS, marsh, Phragmites australis, plant– soil interactions, common reed
DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.13629
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