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EcolChange seminar – Siim-Kaarel Sepp about soil biota and land use

Seminars of Department of Botany and Centre of Excellence EcolChange Speaker: Siim-Kaarel Sepp is a PhD student at the Plant Ecology workgroup of our Department of Botany. His research focuses on mycorrhizal fungi, in particular the impact of land use … Continue reading

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New publication – Effects of land use on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities in Estonia

Text by Siim-Kaarel Sepp The type and intensity of land use are important drivers of local aboveground biodiversity. The same holds for arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi, but most research effort has been put into natural or, on the other hand, … Continue reading

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New publication – More bang for the buck? Can arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities be characterized adequately alongside other fungi using general fungal primers?

Text by Maarja Öpik How to measure things? How to measure biodiversity? For organisms which are visible to human eye, detecting them is not an issue, though identifying the species might be. The situation is fully different for organisms we … Continue reading

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