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000112146 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1007/s10530-021-02692-4
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000112146 100__ $$aPickett, Brooke
000112146 245__ $$aEnriched root bacterial microbiome in invaded vs native ranges of the model grass allotetraploid Brachypodium hybridum
000112146 260__ $$c2021
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000112146 5203_ $$aInvasive species can shift the composition of key soil microbial groups, thus creating novel soil microbial communities. To better understand the biological drivers of invasion, we studied plant-microbial interactions in species of the Brachypodium distachyon complex, a model system for functional genomic studies of temperate grasses and bioenergy crops. While Brachypodium hybridum invasion in California is in an incipient stage, threatening natural and agricultural systems, its diploid progenitor species B. distachyon is not invasive in California. We investigated the root, soil, and rhizosphere bacterial composition of Brachypodium hybridum in both its native and invaded range, and of B. distachyon in the native range. We used high-throughput, amplicon sequencing to evaluate if the bacteria associated with these plants differ, and whether biotic controls may be driving B. hybridum invasion. Bacterial community composition of B. hybridum differed based on provenance (native or invaded range) for root, rhizosphere, and bulk soils, as did the abundance of dominant bacterial taxa. Bacteroidetes, Cyanobacteria and Bacillus spp. (species) were significantly more abundant in B. hybridum roots from the invaded range, whereas Proteobacteria, Firmicutes, Erwinia and Pseudomonas were more abundant in the native range roots. Brachypodium hybridum forms novel biotic interactions with a diverse suite of rhizosphere microbes from the invaded range, which may not exert a similar influence within its native range, ostensibly contributing to B. hybridum''s invasiveness. These associated plant microbiomes could inform future management approaches for B. hybridum in its invaded range and could be key to understanding, predicting, and preventing future plant invasions.
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000112146 591__ $$aECOLOGY$$b64 / 174 = 0.368$$c2021$$dQ2$$eT2
000112146 593__ $$aEcology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics$$c2021$$dQ1
000112146 591__ $$aBIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION$$b17 / 65 = 0.262$$c2021$$dQ2$$eT1
000112146 593__ $$aEcology$$c2021$$dQ1
000112146 655_4 $$ainfo:eu-repo/semantics/article$$vinfo:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
000112146 700__ $$aCarey, Chelsea J.
000112146 700__ $$aArogyaswamy, Keshav
000112146 700__ $$aBotthoff, Jon
000112146 700__ $$aMaltz, Mia
000112146 700__ $$0(orcid)0000-0001-7793-5259$$aCatalan, Pilar$$uUniversidad de Zaragoza
000112146 700__ $$aAronson, Emma L.
000112146 7102_ $$15011$$2063$$aUniversidad de Zaragoza$$bDpto. CC.Agrar.y Medio Natural$$cÁrea Botánica
000112146 773__ $$g24 (2021), 1097–1116$$pBiol. Invasions$$tBIOLOGICAL INVASIONS$$x1387-3547
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