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Interactions between bacterial inoculants and native soil bacterial community: The case of spore-forming Bacillus spp

Microbiome Heritability and Its Role in Adaptation of Hosts to Novel Resources

Efficiency of probiotic traits in plant inoculation is determined by environmental constrains

Siderophore-Mediated Interactions Determine the Disease Suppressiveness of Microbial Consortia

The omnistat: A flexible continuous-culture system for prolonged experimental evolution

The impact of failure: Unsuccessful bacterial invasions steer the soil microbial community away from the invader's niche

Microbial Invasions: The process, patterns, and mechanisms

Resource pulses can alleviate the biodiversity-invasion relationship in soil microbial communities

Soil microbial invasions: Patterns, mechanisms, and impacts garnered from Escherichia coli invasions into soil

Invasive plant species set up their own niche

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