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RE: Woodland Heritage Save Our Oak

Subject: RE: Woodland Heritage Save Our Oak
From: Edmund Hopkins
Date: Dec 21 2017 08:40:41
Hi Dom

I worked out the A but what is the S?

Edmund

Edmund Hopkins
Tree Officer
Heritage and Urban Design
City Planning
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Subject: Re: Woodland Heritage Save Our Oak

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Trophic. I'm not being obscure. I think that soil the communities, likely 
mycorrhizal fungi, have changed due to climate change and atmospheric 
deposition, possibly eutrophication. I think, and there is good evidence that 
multitrophic interactions occur between mycs and insect herbivores.
I have data which indicates that S. bovinus (a mycorrhizal fungi) inhibits A. 
mellea.

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