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Dimensions US-China: Collaborative research: Microbe eco-evolutionary feedbacks as drivers of plant coexistence, diversity gradients, and overyielding.

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2017 to 2022
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National Science Foundation-Dimensions of Biodiversity, 2017-2022, $1.7M. “Dimensions US-China: Collaborative research: Microbe eco-evolutionary feedbacks as drivers of plant coexistence, diversity gradients, and overyielding.” PI: J. Bever. Co-PIs: P. Schultz, B. Sikes, B. Foster, H. Alexander.


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