The Impact of Beneficial Plant-Associated Microbes on Plant Phenotypic Plasticity
Plants show phenotypic plasticity in response to changing or extreme abiotic environments; but over millions of years they also have co-evolved to respond to the presence of soil microbes. Studies on phenotypic plasticity in plants have focused mainly on
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