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1st April 2013

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Fungi and roots store a surprisingly large share of the world’s carbon

Symbiotic organisms that envelope tree roots may play a bigger role in carbon cycle than decomposing leaves.

Fungi and roots store a surprisingly large share of the world’s carbon

Symbiotic organisms that envelope tree roots may play a bigger role in carbon cycle than decomposing leaves.

Tagged: FungiCarbon dioxideBiologyScienceCurrent Biology

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