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Abbott KC, Karst J, Biederman LA, Borrett SR, Hastings A, Walsh V, Bever JD. 2015. Spatial heterogeneity in soil microbes alters outcomes of plant competition. PLoS One 10(5): e0125788. [Online]

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Eppinga MB et al. 2018. Frequency-dependent feedback and plant community coexistence. Nature Ecology and Evolution. [Online]

Jiang J et al. 2020. Pathogens and mutualists as joint drivers of host species coexistence and turnover: implications for plant competition and succession. The American Naturalist. [Online]

Mack KML, Bever JD. 2014. Coexistence and relative abundance in plant communities are determined by feedbacks when the scale of feedback and dispersal is local. Journal of Ecology 102(5): 1195-1201. [Online]

Mack, KML, Eppinga MB, Bever JD. 2019. Plant-soil feedbacks promote coexistence and resilience in multi-species communities. PLOS One. 14(2): e0211572. [Online]

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