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Data for root fragment amendments increase nematode density and mycobiome stochasticity in Douglas-fir seedlings

Description: In a growth chamber experiment, we tested simulated clear-cut soil conditions on shoot biomass, total soil nematode density, and the shoot and root mycobiome of Douglas-fir, Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco, seedlings. Soil treatments included unamended bare soil and soil amended with root segments of kinnikinnick, Arctostaphylos uva-ursi (L.) Spreng., pinegrass, Calamagrostis rubescens Buckley, or P. menziesii seedlings. We used next-generation Illumina sequencing and the PIPITS pipeline to obtain fungal taxa used for mycobiome community richness and Jaccard-based taxonomic normalized stochasticity ratio to assess mycobiome community assembly stochasticity.

For further information, see Super, L.; Gorzelak, M.A.; Guy, R.D. (2023). Root Fragment Amendments Increase Nematode Density and Mycobiome Stochasticity in Douglas-Fir Seedlings. Forests.
Notes: Item exited embargo and became publicly available on 2023-10-24
Authors: Super, Laura; University of British Columbia; ORCID iD 0000-0002-5259-8708
Keywords: Phyllosphere
soil disturbance
soil refugia
Field of Research: 
Biological sciences
Plant biology
Plant microbiota
Publication Date: 2023-10-24
Publisher: Federated Research Data Repository / dépôt fédéré de données de recherche
Funder: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council; Canada Graduate Scholarships – Doctoral; CGS-D3
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council; Designing Successful Forest Renewal Practices for Our Changing Climate; STPGP 478832-15
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Research Accelerating Innovation: Rhizosphere Processes; J-00179
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Super, L. (2023). Data for root fragment amendments increase nematode density and mycobiome stochasticity in Douglas-fir seedlings. Federated Research Data Repository.