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Karl Grigulis, Sandra Lavorel, Ute Krainer, Nicolas Legay, Catherine Baxendale, Maxime Dumont, Eva Kastl, Cindy Arnoldi, Richard D. Bardgett, Franck Poly, Thomas Pommier, Michael Schloter, Ulrike Tappeiner, Michael Bahn and Jean-Christophe Clément Relative contributions of plant traits and soil microbial properties to mountain grassland ecosystem services Journal of Ecology 101

Article first published online: 21 DEC 2012 | DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.12014

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Grassland production, C sequestration and soil N retention are jointly related to plant and microbial functional traits. Managing grasslands for selected, or multiple, ecosystem services will thus require a consideration of the joint effects of plant and soil communities. Further understanding of the mechanisms that link plant and microbial functional traits is essential to achieve this.

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