Data from: Testing the plant growth-defense hypothesis belowground: do faster-growing herbaceous plant species suffer more negative effects from soil biota than slower-growing ones?

Lemmermeyer S, Loercher L, van Kleunen M, Dawson W

Date Published: March 19, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.49s82

 

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Title Lemmermeyer_etal_AmNat_55522
Description Biomass sums and differences, sample sizes, and standard deviations, representing soil biota effects for 34 herbaceous plant species. Also included are relative growth rates, size-corrected growth rates, mean specific root length, and mean root C:N ratios per species, with respective sample sizes.
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Lemmermeyer S, Loercher L, van Kleunen M, Dawson W (2015) Testing the plant growth-defense hypothesis belowground: do faster-growing herbaceous plant species suffer more negative effects from soil biota than slower-growing ones? The American Naturalist 186(2): 264-271. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/682005

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Lemmermeyer S, Loercher L, van Kleunen M, Dawson W (2015) Data from: Testing the plant growth-defense hypothesis belowground: do faster-growing herbaceous plant species suffer more negative effects from soil biota than slower-growing ones? Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.49s82
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