Data from: Host-specific effects of soil microbial filtrates prevail over those of arbuscular mycorrhizae in a fragmented landscape

Pizano C, Mangan SA, Graham JH, Kitajima K

Date Published: May 18, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1bg63

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Title Plant relative growth rate (RGR) with live (arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and soil microbial filtrates) from pastures, coffee plantations and forest fragments
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Description The data was collected from a greenhouse experiment in which 11 plant species (read below) were growth with either sterilized soil, or sterilized soil inoculated with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) or a soil microbial filtrate obtained from three habitats: pastures, coffee plantations, or forest fragments. Please read Pizano et al. 2017 Ecological Applications for details on the methods. Abbreviations of the data file are as follows: Inoculum (St=Sterile, PAMF=AMF from pastures, PFil=soil microbial filtrate from pastures, CAMF=AMF from coffee plantations, CFil=soil microbial filtrate from coffee plantations, FAMF=AMF from forest fragments, FFil=soil microbial filtrate from forest fragments), Species (Bra=Brachiaria brizantha, Cof=Coffea arabica, CecA=Cecropia angustifolia, CecT=Cecropia telealba, Ocr=Ochroma pyramidale, Sol=Solanum aphyodendrum, Jug=Juglans neotropica, Ret=Retrophyllum rospigliosii, Gar=Garcinia madrunno, Gus=Gustavia superba, Sip=Siparuna aspera), Total final dw (total whole plant dry biomass (g)), Root/Shoot (root dry biomass (g)/shoot (stem + leaves) dry biomass (g)), Initial leaf area (total plant leaf area (cm2), RGR (plant relative growth rate (final plant dry weight-initial plant dry weight calculated based on initial leaf area/ days of the experiment)(g/gday)), Days in exp. (days in the experiment; some plants were replaced because they died at the beginning of the experiment)
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Title Plnt relative growth rate (RGR) with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and soil microbial filtrates from pastures, coffee plantations and forest fragments
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Description The data was collected from a greenhouse experiment in which 11 plant species (read below) were growth with sterilized soil inoculated with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) or a soil microbial filtrate obtained from three habitats: pastures, coffee plantations, or forest fragments. Please read Pizano et al. 2017 Ecological Applications for details on the methods. Abbreviations of the data file are as follows: Block (Block=block (bench) where the plant was located in the greenhouse where the experiment took place) Habitat (Habitat of origin of the soil P= pastures, C=coffee plantations, F= forest fragments), Inoculum (AMF=arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, Fil=soil microbial filtrate), Species (Bra=Brachiaria brizantha, Cof=Coffea arabica, CecA=Cecropia angustifolia, CecT=Cecropia telealba, Ocr=Ochroma pyramidale, Sol=Solanum aphyodendrum, Jug=Juglans neotropica, Ret=Retrophyllum rospigliosii, Gar=Garcinia madrunno, Gus=Gustavia superba, Sip=Siparuna aspera), Total final dw (total whole plant dry biomass (g)), Root/Shoot (root dry biomass (g)/shoot (stem + leaves) dry biomass (g)), Initial leaf area (total plant leaf area (cm2), RGR (plant relative growth rate (final plant dry weight-initial plant dry weight calculated based on initial leaf area/ days of the experiment)(g/gday)), Days in exp. (days in the experiment; some plants were replaced because they died at the beginning of the experiment)
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Pizano C, Mangan SA, Graham JH, Kitajima K (2017) Host-specific effects of soil microbial filtrates prevail over those of arbuscular mycorrhizae in a fragmented landscape. Ecological Applications 27(6): 1946-1957. https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.1579

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Pizano C, Mangan SA, Graham JH, Kitajima K (2017) Data from: Host-specific effects of soil microbial filtrates prevail over those of arbuscular mycorrhizae in a fragmented landscape. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1bg63
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