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Active fungi along a chronosequence of fields abandonned from agriculture were studied in intact soil cores using DNA-SIP. Fungi were separated based on being active or in-active in rhizosphere processess (using recently photosynthesized carbon).
|Date made available||30 Nov 2016|
|Publisher||European Nucleotide Archive (ENA)|
Shifts in rhizosphere fungal community during secondary succession following abandonment from agricultureHannula, S. E., Morriën, E., De Hollander, M., van der Putten, W. H., van Veen, J. A. & De Boer, W., 2017, In : ISME Journal. 11, p. 2294-2304
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Hannula, S. E. (Creator), Morriën, E. (Creator), De Hollander, M. (Creator), van der Putten, W. H. (Creator), van Veen, J. A. (Creator), De Boer, W. (Creator) (30 Nov 2016). DNA-SIP of fungi in chronosequence of soils. European Nucleotide Archive (ENA).