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Journal Article (1)

Journal Article
Wei, G.-W.; van Kleunen, M.: Soil heterogeneity tends to promote the growth of naturalized aliens when competing with native plant communities. Journal of Ecology 110 (5), pp. 1161 - 1173 (2022)
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