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Appendices

Appendix A: GPS coordinates, harvest dates, soil temperature measured, and PCR (polymerase chain reaction) success of the five geothermal and three nonthermal sites.
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Appendix B: Plant species observed within the three nonthermal grasslands.
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Appendix C: Ribotype name, their closest BLASTN match, fragment sizes with Mbo1 and Hinf1 digestion, and accession numbers.
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Appendix D: Presence of RFLP types in the five geothermal and three nonthermal grasslands sampled.
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Appendix E: RFLP species accumulation curves for the geothermal and non-thermal grasslands.
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Appendix F: Phylogenetic tree of Glomus group A based on ITS 1, 5.85 rDNA, and ITS 2.
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Appendix G: Phylogenetic tree of Scutellospora based on 18S.
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Appendix H: Phylogenetic tree of Acaulospora based on ITS 1, 5.85 rDNA, and ITS 2.
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Appendix I: Phylogenetic tree of Archaeospora based on ITS 1, 5.85 rDNA, and ITS 2.
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Appendix J: Phylogenetic tree of Paraglomus based on ITS 1, 5.85 rDNA, and ITS 2.
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