Data from: Divergence in strategies for coping with winter embolism among co-occurring temperate tree species: the role of positive xylem pressure, wood type and tree stature

Niu C, Meinzer FC, Hao G

Date Published: March 22, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1hf2q

 

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Title Plant functional Stem hydraulic related traits of the 22 studied species
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Description The file contains a single sheet. Data are the stem hydraulic related functional traits of the 22 tree species studied. Values are mean ± 1SE (n = 4-6). These 22 species belong to four functional groups: PXP, species capable of generating positive xylem pressure; LDP, large-statured diffuse-porous species without positive xylem pressure; SDP, small-statured species without positive xylem pressure; RP, ring-porous species. In the column of “wood type”, D, R and SR represent diffuse-, ring- and semi-ring-porous wood type, respectively. The first row contains the abbreviations of 14 functional traits used in the paper. Ks, sapwood specific conductivity; Ksmax, maximum sapwood specific hydraulic conductivity; Kw, wood specific hydraulic conductivity; Kwmax, maximum wood specific hydraulic conductivity; Kl, leaf specific hydraulic conductivity; PLCw, PLCs, percent loss of hydraulic conductivity in winter (December, 2014) and summer (July, 2015); PCW, proportion of conductive wood area; HV, Huber value; Dv, mean vessel diameter; Dh, hydraulically weighted vessel diameter; VD, vessel density; ρ_wood, wood density; LMA, leaf mass per area.
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Niu C, Meinzer FC, Hao G (2017) Divergence in strategies for coping with winter embolism among co-occurring temperate tree species: the role of positive xylem pressure, wood type and tree stature. Functional Ecology 31(8): 1550-1560. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.12868

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