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Editorial: As above so below? progress in understanding the role of belowground interactions in ecological processes

AuthorsShelef, Oren; Hahn, Philip G.; Pineda, Ana; Tejesvi, Mysore V.; Martínez Medina, Ainhoa
KeywordsBelowground interactions
Plant-associated organisms
Community ecology
Plant-soil continuum
Functional ecology
Issue Date2019
PublisherFrontiers Media
CitationFrontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7: 318 (2019)
Abstract[Concluding Remarks] Soils are one of the most diverse habitats on Earth, with microbiota comprising a large portion of this diversity. One theme emerging from this review is the tremendous variation in soil microbial communities and the outcome of interactions between soil microbes and plants. In this Research Topic researchers highlight belowground interactions and outline their myriad ecological roles, from affecting soil health through impacting plant interactions with aboveground fauna. The studies here broadened the conceptual framework for the study of belowground interactions, explored interactions between plants and microbial communities in the soil, and the flow of Plant-mediated interactions between above- and belowground invertebrates. These studies are shedding light on missing details of the belowground complex “Mother Earth and Her Children” is illustrating.
Description4 páginas. -- The first publication is by Frontiers Media
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fevo.2019.00318
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/210407
DOI10.3389/fevo.2019.00318
E-ISSN2296-701X
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