Stoichiometric shifts in soil C: N:P promote bacterial taxa dominance, maintain biodiversity, and deconstruct community assemblages

Zachary T. Aanderud, Sabrina Saurey, Rebecca Ball, Diana H. Wall, John E. Barrett, Mario E. Muscarella, Natasha A. Griffin, Ross A. Virginia, Byron J. Adams

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