Data from: Larger plants promote a greater diversity of symbiotic nitrogen-fixing soil bacteria associated with an Australian endemic legume

Dinnage R, Simonsen AK, Barrett LG, Cardillo M, Raisbeck-Brown N, Thrall PH, Prober SM

Date Published: October 9, 2018

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.37nh37f

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Title Summarised data on 16S exact genetic variants of rhizobia associated with Acacia acuminata in Western Australia
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Description This CSV file contains data on the presence or absence, and read counts for 16S exact genetic variants found associated with individual Acacia trees within 24 sites. Also included is metadata for the sites, including all predictors used in the associated paper. Please see associated paper for full details on sample collection and processing.
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Title Raw 16S Illumina reads (miseq) of rhizobia collected from soil surrounding Acacia acuminata trees.
Description These sequences come from pooled cultured isolates. Isolates were derived from individual nodules from Acacia acuminata seedling used to trap rhizobia strains from soil that was collected around individual Acacia acuminata trees in the field. This file contains miseq runs for 72 samples, where each sample is the pooled isolates collected from soil surrounding a single Acacia tree. Please see associated paper for full details on sample collection and preparation. The zip file contains two fastq.gz files for each sample, for the forward (R1) and reverse (R2) reads.
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Dinnage R, Simonsen AK, Barrett LG, Cardillo M, Raisbeck-Brown N, Thrall PH, Prober SM (2018) Larger plants promote a greater diversity of symbiotic nitrogen-fixing soil bacteria associated with an Australian endemic legume. Journal of Ecology, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.13083

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Dinnage R, Simonsen AK, Barrett LG, Cardillo M, Raisbeck-Brown N, Thrall PH, Prober SM (2018) Data from: Larger plants promote a greater diversity of symbiotic nitrogen-fixing soil bacteria associated with an Australian endemic legume. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.37nh37f
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