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2011 to 2015

 Populations of wild cabbage plants grow along a linear transect of the British coastline and leaf tissues exhibit immense variation in the types and concentrations of secondary chemicals. The aim of this project is to see if these differences are reflected in the rhizosphere and if AG and BG communities can effect each other though the shared plant

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Interaction mechanisms

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Royal Dutch Academy

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