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- León‐Sánchez, Lupe; Nicolás, Emilio; Goberna, Marta; Prieto, Iván; Maestre, Fernando T.; Querejeta, José Ignacio
- Thejournal of ecology 2018 v.106 no.3 pp. 960-976
- water use efficiency, etc ; Helianthemum; abiotic stress; arid lands; biomass production; climate; community structure; desertification; drying; ectomycorrhizae; global warming; high-throughput nucleotide sequencing; host plants; indigenous species; land degradation; leaves; mycorrhizal fungi; nitrogen; phenology; phosphorus; photosynthesis; rain; risk; shrublands; shrubs; soil-plant interactions; stomatal conductance; vegetation cover; Iberian Peninsula; Show all 29 Subjects
- ... Warmer and drier conditions associated with ongoing climate change will increase abiotic stress for plants and mycorrhizal fungi in drylands world‐wide, thereby potentially reducing vegetation cover and productivity and increasing the risk of land degradation and desertification. Rhizosphere–microbial interactions and feedbacks are critical processes that could either mitigate or aggravate the vul ...
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