Data from: Species turnover (β diversity) in ectomycorrhizal fungi linked to NH4+ uptake capacity

Kranabetter JM, Hawkins BJ, Jones MD, Robbins S, Dyer T, Li T

Date Published: October 28, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.mr861

 

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Title Ion flux results
Description Net fluxes of H+, NH4+ and NO3- measured on ectomycorrhizal root tips using a microelectrode ion flux measurement system (MIFE). Roots were retrieved from three sites of contrasting soil fertility, both in the spring and fall of 2014. Non-mycorrhizal roots taken from axenically raised seedlings.
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Title community similarity and distance measures
Description Pair-wise comparisons of test sites for community similarity (Sorensen Bray-Curtis) with distance measures of mineralizable nitrogen and physical distance (km)
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Kranabetter JM, Hawkins BJ, Jones MD, Robbins S, Dyer T, Li T (2015) Species turnover (β diversity) in ectomycorrhizal fungi linked to NH4+ uptake capacity. Molecular Ecology 24(23): 5992–6005. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.13435

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Kranabetter JM, Hawkins BJ, Jones MD, Robbins S, Dyer T, Li T (2015) Data from: Species turnover (β diversity) in ectomycorrhizal fungi linked to NH4+ uptake capacity. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.mr861
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