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Angela J. Brandt, Hans de Kroon, Heather L. Reynolds and Jean H. Burns Soil heterogeneity generated by plant–soil feedbacks has implications for species recruitment and coexistence Journal of Ecology 101

Version of Record online: 22 FEB 2013 | DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.12042

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Heterogeneity generated by plant–soil feedbacks had species-specific effects on vital rates, with consequences for recruitment dynamics. Mixing soils of different origin often resulted in non-additive effects, which may indicate an interaction between soil abiotic and/or biotic properties. Quantifying the reciprocal effects of PSFs suggests PSF-generated heterogeneity may promote coexistence of certain species, which was not evident from individual PSF responses.

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