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How do composition, structure, and function of mycorrhizal fungal communities respond to nitrogen deposition and ozone exposure?

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2005

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In: Dighton J.; White, J.F.; Oudemans, P., eds. The fugnal community: Its organization and role in the ecosystem. Mycology Series. Boca Raton, FL: Taylor & Francis: 769-801.

Abstract

This review will focus specifically on how mycorrhizal fungal (MF) communities are structured by, and function under, air pollution. In order to understand the impacts of air pollution on MF communities, and the functional significance of those impacts, we must consider both the empirical evidence for air pollution effects on those communities and the mechanisms by which fungal communities are likely to be affected. By understanding these mechanisms, we should also gain some insight into the potential functional consequences of community change.

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Lilleskov, Erik A. 2005. How do composition, structure, and function of mycorrhizal fungal communities respond to nitrogen deposition and ozone exposure? Chapter 39. In: Dighton J.; White, J.F.; Oudemans, P., eds. The fugnal community: Its organization and role in the ecosystem. Mycology Series. Boca Raton, FL: Taylor & Francis: 769-801.

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