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Appendix A: Supplemental information used to quantify root biochemistry, extracellular enzyme activity, and functional gene abundance, as well as amplify fungal and bacterial DNA.
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Appendix B: Supplemental study site information, including environmental characteristics and plant species lists of old fields and forests.
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Appendix C: Supplemental results of microbial community analysis and functional potential, including a summary of pseudo-F values generated from redundancy analysis and distance-based redundancy analysis from redundancy analysis, as well as heat maps illustrating changes in microbial taxonomy and functional potential across the old fields and forests.
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