Inoculum potential of Rhizopogon spores increases with time over the first 4 yr of a 99-yr spore burial experiment
Article first published online: 17 OCT 2008
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Volume 181, Issue 2, pages 463–470, January 2009
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Bruns, T. D., Peay, K. G., Boynton, P. J., Grubisha, L. C., Hynson, N. A., Nguyen, N. H. and Rosenstock, N. P. (2009), Inoculum potential of Rhizopogon spores increases with time over the first 4 yr of a 99-yr spore burial experiment. New Phytologist, 181: 463–470. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2008.02652.x
- Issue published online: 16 DEC 2008
- Article first published online: 17 OCT 2008
- Received: 18 June 2008; Accepted: 29 August 2008
Fig. S1 A 99 yr spore burial experiment.
Fig. S2 Multiple regression showing the effects of burial time and species identity on the inoculum potential of spores from four Rhizopogon species.
Table S1 Logistic regression models used to estimate the relationship between spore concentration and seedling colonization for individual Rhizopogon species as well as to generate overall estimates of inoculum potential for each pot
Table S2 Coefficients from a multiple regression predicting the effects of burial time and species identity on the inoculum potential of soil pots containing ectomycorrhizal spores from various Rhizopogon species
Table S3 Effect tests for predictor variables included in a multiple regression on the effects of burial time and species identity on the number of spores necessary to colonize 50% of seedlings in a dilution series
Table S4 Raw data from bioassays
Methods S1 Methodological note for future researchers on molecular confirmation of Rhizopogon species in the burial experiment.
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