Data from: Plastic responses contribute to explaining altitudinal and temporal variation in potential flower longevity in high Andean Rhodolirion montanum

Pacheco DA, Dudley LS, Cabezas J, Cavieres LA, Arroyo MTK

Date Published: May 15, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5ps42

 

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Title Height profile of mean air temperature during the Rhodolirium montanum's flowering season of 2014-2015 austral summer
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Description Mean temperature at 15 min intervals for data loggers installed at 5, 10, 15, 20 and 150 cm above ground level on three Andean sites HIGH (3075 m.a.s.l.), MID (2650 m.a.s.l.), LOW (2350 m.a.s.l.) over the 2014-2015 Austral summer.
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Title Virgin flower longevity of the alpine Rhodolirium montanum on a supplemental warming experiment
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Description Data from a supplemental warming experiment on plants of Rhodolirium montanum at the Andes of Central Chile. In the study site, patches of same area were defined enclosing 5 or more genets. Open Top Chamber was put in a half of the patches in vegetative stage before flowering. Floral longevity of pollinator-excluded flowers was measured in days. Mean daily air temperature at 15 cm above ground was measured during the life span of each flower.
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Title Soil moisture at different altitudes in the central Chilean Andes
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Description Point soil moisture readings on three Andean sites HIGH (3075 m.a.s.l.), MID (2650 m.a.s.l.), LOW (2350 m.a.s.l.) over the 2014-2015 Austral summer obtained with a TDR.
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Title Flower dry weight of Rhodolirium montanum in Central Chilean Andes
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Description Dry weights in milligrams of 25 fresh haphazardly selected flowers (1 per genet, including the tepals and ovary) per site: HIGH (3075 m a.s.l), MID (2650 m a.s.l.), LOW (2350 m a.s.l.).
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Title Potential flower longevity of the alpine Rhodolirium montanum
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Description Data collected during two consecutive austral summers (Yr 1: 2013-2014; Yr 2: 2014-2015) at three site over an altitudinal transect in the Andes of central Chile. Pollinator-excluded flowers were observed daily during the entire flowering season. Flower longevity was defined as the number of days perianth remain open. Mean daily air temperature at 15 cm and 1.5 m above ground was measured for each flower during their life span.
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Pacheco DA, Dudley LS, Cabezas J, Cavieres LA, Arroyo MTK (2016) Plastic responses contribute to explaining altitudinal and temporal variation in potential flower longevity in high Andean Rhodolirion montanum. PLOS ONE 11(11): e0166350. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0166350

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Pacheco DA, Dudley LS, Cabezas J, Cavieres LA, Arroyo MTK (2016) Data from: Plastic responses contribute to explaining altitudinal and temporal variation in potential flower longevity in high Andean Rhodolirion montanum. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5ps42
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