Data from: Adding landscape genetics and individual traits to the ecosystem function paradigm reveals the importance of species functional breadth

Castilla AR, Pope NS, O´Connell M, Rodriguez MF, Treviño L, Santos A, Jha S

Date Published: November 20, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1cm80

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Title Correlation between tree size and floral display
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Description This data file has the diameter at breast height and the number of inflorescences per individual for 146 trees of populations Gamboa and Camino de Plantaciones (GB and CP respectively).
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Title Genotypes of reproductive trees and seeds of Miconia affinis
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Description This data file has two spreadsheets, one with the genotypes for reproductive trees used in our paternity analysis for 8 microsatellite markers. We also included the geographic coordinates for each tree. The other spreadsheet has the genotypes for the seeds collected in our single pollinator visit experiment.
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Title Pollen dispersal analysis
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Description This data file has all the variables that we used in our pollen dispersal model.
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Title Seed viability analysis
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Description This data file has all the variables used in our seed viability model.
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Castilla AR, Pope NS, O’Connell M, Rodriguez MF, Treviño L, Santos A, Jha S (2017) Adding landscape genetics and individual traits to the ecosystem function paradigm reveals the importance of species functional breadth. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 114(48): 12761-12766. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1619271114

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Castilla AR, Pope NS, O´Connell M, Rodriguez MF, Treviño L, Santos A, Jha S (2017) Data from: Adding landscape genetics and individual traits to the ecosystem function paradigm reveals the importance of species functional breadth. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1cm80
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