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New Phytologist164 (2004), 543–553

Since its publication, the authors of Nuortila et al. (2004) have brought to our attention a correction that needs to be made to the last paragraph only (bullet point four) of the summary in their paper, in which a conclusion was stated incorrectly. The corrected paragraph is printed below.

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    Mycorrhizal infection was associated with a cost for the reproductive output of the C. rotundifolia host plant, whose progeny, however, were better than those from the non-mycorrhizal plants. Mycorrhiza also showed the potential to affect the plant mating system by increasing self-compatibility and inbreeding depression expressed during seedling growth.

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