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While microorganisms are recognized for driving belowground processes that influence the productivity and fitness of plant populations, the vast majority of bacteria and fungi in soil belong to a 'seed bank' made up of dormant individuals. Still, plant performance may be affected by microbial dormancy through its effects on the activity, abundance, and diversity of soil microorganisms. To test how microbial seed banks influence plant-soil interactions, we purified recombinant resuscitationdoi:10.1101/2020.06.02.130443 fatcat:nardrkw67rgu3bmestgxusns5m