Data from: Fine nurse variations explain discrepancies in the stress-interaction relationship in alpine regions

Anthelme F, Meneses RI, Valero NNH, Pozo P, Dangles O

Date Published: January 19, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.22t16

 

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Title Data 1. Effects of the intra-individual variable on the nurse effects of cushions plants
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Description Data 1. Relative interaction indices (RII) between the nurse cushions Azorella compacta and Pycnophyllum spp. and the neighbouring plant communities. Each line represents an interaction between one individual cushion and one associated species, either at the centre of at the periphery of cushions (variable intra-individual). Data shown at three elevations.
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Title Data 2. The effects of inter-specific variations in nurses on the outcome of interactions
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Description Data 2. The effects of inter-specific variations in nurses on the outcome of interactions with other plants in the Sajama National Park, Bolivia. Each line represents an interaction between one individual cushion and one associated species, through the Relative interaction index (RII). RII not shown when null values.
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Title Data 3. The effects of intra-specific variations in the nurse Azorella compacta on the outcome of interactions
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Description Data 3. The effects of intra-specific variations in the nurse Azorella compacta on the outcome of interactions with other plants in the Sajama National Park, Bolivia. Intra-specific variable hase two modalities : complex shape and hemispheric shape. Each line represents an interaction between one individual cushion and one associated species, through the Relative Interaction Index (RII). RII not shown when null values.
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Title Data 4. Effects of intra-individual variations on the relative mortalities of the nurse cushions
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Description Data 4. Effects of intra-individual variations (centre vs. periphery) on the relative mortalities of the nurse cushions Azorella compacta and Pycnophyllum spp. Data available only at 4900 m.
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Title Data 5. Minimum temperature in cushions.
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Description Data 5. Daily minimum temperature in the nurse cushions Azorella compacta and Pycnophyllum spp. at different elevations. Data provided (1) at the surface of cushions and (2) 1.5 cm belowground. Additional treatment: location on cushions.
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Title Data 6. Compaction of cushions (KPa)
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Description Data 6. Compaction in nurse cushions at site 4900 m, along with the variables inter-specific, intra-specific and intra-individual.
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Title Data 7. Additional cushion's parameters
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Description Data 7. Cushion's parameters along the elevation gradient for two taxas, Azorella compacta and Pycnophyllum spp.: relative mortality, surface area and height.
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Anthelme F, Meneses RI, Valero NNH, Pozo P, Dangles O (2017) Fine nurse variations explain discrepancies in the stress-interaction relationship in alpine regions. Oikos 126(8): 1173-1183. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/oik.04248

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Anthelme F, Meneses RI, Valero NNH, Pozo P, Dangles O (2017) Data from: Fine nurse variations explain discrepancies in the stress-interaction relationship in alpine regions. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.22t16
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