What we are reading in April, 2020
By: César Marín and Leho Tedersoo
This month in “What we are reading”, César Marín from the University of O’Higgins (Chile) is interviewing Leho Tedersoo from the National History Museum of Estonia, on his Science paper regarding the general effects of different mycorrhizal types on different aspects of plant populations and communities, as diversity, competition, soil feedbacks, dispersal, among others.
His paper “How mycorrhizal associations drive plant population and community biology” can be found here: https://science.sciencemag.org/content/367/6480/eaba1223
Watch the interview here:
Link to the video: https://youtu.be/I7ACmBdGEU0
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