BTNPB-Type Natriuretic Peptide
BTNPBig Thicket National Preserve (US National Park Service)
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Seeds of five native tree species that are common in mesic and hydric forests in the BTNP and may potentially be outcompeted by Sapium sebiferum (Liquidambar styraciflua L.
1995; BTNP 2003) because of its difficulty to acquire at low levels and strong adsorption to soil particles (Nye & Tinker 1977; Read 1991).
Understanding how Sapium utilizes mycorrhizal associations in its introduced range may help explain the mechanisms underlying its invasion in the BTNP and increase general knowledge of the role of mycorrhizae in affecting plant community dynamics.