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Mycorrhizal links between plants: their functioning and ecological significance

Mycorrhizal links between plants: their functioning and ecological significance

Advances in Ecological Research 18: 243-270

Topics in this review include: evidence that links between plants occur; possible functioning of mycorrhizal links (more rapid or greater mycorrhizal infection and transport of substances between plants); and possible roles of mycorrhizal links in ecosystems.

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