• Humans Disrupt Relationships In Nature, Study Finds

Humans Disrupt Relationships In Nature, Study Finds

Humans are changing relationships between species in fundamental ways.

In nature, species interact with each other on a daily basis. It is known that certain species, like plants and the mycorrhizal fungi that live in their roots, benefit from each other through the sharing of nutrients. But human activities are interfering with and, in some cases, disrupting these interactions, according to FIU researchers.

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