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Can trees be mycoherotrophic? Isotopic evidence of soil carbon acquisition by ectomycorrhizal oak roots during spring reactivation.

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hal-03799290 , version 1 (05-10-2022)

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Jean Garbaye, Nathalie Bréda, Pierre Montpied, Claude Brechet, Pascale Maillard, et al.. Can trees be mycoherotrophic? Isotopic evidence of soil carbon acquisition by ectomycorrhizal oak roots during spring reactivation.. 12th EEF Congress 2011. The European Ecological Federation (EEF, www.europeanecology.org) Ávila, Spain, from 25 till 29 September in 2011., Sep 2011, Ávila, Spain. ⟨hal-03799290⟩
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