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Appendices

Appendix A: Abiotic soil characteristics at the start of the feedback experiment.
Ecological Archives M077-005-A1.

Appendix B: Available nutrients in the sterilized soil and in the microbial inocula originating from soil in which monocultures of early-successional plant species were grown in experiment 1.
Ecological Archives M077-005-A2.

Appendix C: Nutrient availability of soils in which monocultures of early-successional plant species were grown in experiment 1.
Ecological Archives M077-005-A3.

Appendix D: Temperature touch-down cycling programs for bacterial and fungal PCR.
Ecological Archives M077-005-A4.

Appendix E: Shoot biomass per pot for monocultures and mixed communities in experiment 1.
Ecological Archives M077-005-A5.

Appendix F: Results of t tests to analyze if feedback responses of early-successional plant species in monocultures and in mixed communities in competition with later-successional species differed from zero.
Ecological Archives M077-005-A6.

Appendix G: Results of General Linear Model testing the difference in feedback effects of early-successional plant species in monocultures and in mixed communities in competition with later-successional species.
Ecological Archives M077-005-A7.

Appendix H: Factor loadings of principal components analysis for mid-successional plant species grown in soil with histories of early-successional plant species.
Ecological Archives M077-005-A8.

Appendix I: Results of t tests to analyze if inocula effects for early-successional plant species and mid-successional plant species differed from zero.
Ecological Archives M077-005-A9.

Appendix J: Results from PROC MIXED (SAS) analysis of effects of inoculum origin on plant biomass production of mid-successional plant species relative to the sterilized control treatment.
Ecological Archives M077-005-A10.

Appendix K: Ordination diagram of principal components analysis on bacterial and fungal denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis profiles of Poa annua rhizosphere samples.
Ecological Archives M077-005-A11.

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