Eucalypt decline in the absence of fire: Relationship to the ectomycorrhizal fungal community

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Fire Note 78: Eucalypt dieback is widespread throughout Australia affecting many forests that are utilised for wood resources or are protected for conservation. The causes of eucalypt dieback are currently unknown but may be related to altered fire regimes and associated changes in the ecosystem, such as altered relationships with beneficial mycorrhizal fungi, which were investigated in this study.

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