Data from: Liverworts to the rescue: an investigation of their efficacy as mycorrhizal inoculum for vascular plants

Kowal J, Pressel S, Duckett JG, Bidartondo MI

Date Published: September 29, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6d3h7

 

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Title Exp_1A_survival of Erica tetralix
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Description Plant survival (a or d for alive or dead) at 20 weeks, following treatments: control (no treatment); fungus (isolate of axenically-grown Pezoloma ericae); or liverwort (bearing ericoid inoculum)
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Title single stem biomass correlates with height
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Description biomass and height measurements for a single stem of Erica tetralix
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Title multi-stem biomass correlates with ht
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Description biomass (dryweight) and height measurements for multi-stem Erica tetralix plants, approximately 1 year old
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Title E1B_Erica tetralix height, 27w
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Description Erica height (cm) at 27 weeks, control and inoculated (with liverworts re-synthesized with ericoid mycorrhizal fungus). Maximum height = base to top of lead branch; Total height = maximum height plus length of all branches.
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Title E1B_Calluna vulgaris height, 27w
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Description Calluna height (cm) at 27 weeks, control and inoculated (with liverworts re-synthesized with ericoid mycorrhizal fungus). Maximum height = base to top of lead branch; Total height = maximum height plus length of all branches.
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Title E1C_Erica tetralix height, 11w
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Description Erica height (cm) at 11 weeks, control and inoculated (liverworts bearing ericoid inoculum). Maximum height = base to top of lead branch; Total height = maximum height plus length of all branches.
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Title E1C_Calluna vulgaris height, 11w
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Description Calluna height (cm) at 11 weeks, control and inoculated (liverworts bearing ericoid inoculum). Maximum height = base to top of lead branch; Total height = maximum height plus length of all branches.
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Title E2_Erica tetralix seedlings, height at 11w
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Description Erica seedlings measured (mm) at 11 wk, control and treated with liverworts (bearing ericoid inoculum).
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Title E2_Calluna vulgaris seedling height at 11w
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Description Calluna seedlings measured (mm) at 11 wk; control and treated with liverworts (bearing ericoid inoculum).
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Kowal J, Pressel S, Duckett JG, Bidartondo MI (2016) Liverworts to the rescue: an investigation of their efficacy as mycorrhizal inoculum for vascular plants. Functional Ecology 30(6): 1014–1023. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.12580

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Kowal J, Pressel S, Duckett JG, Bidartondo MI (2015) Data from: Liverworts to the rescue: an investigation of their efficacy as mycorrhizal inoculum for vascular plants. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6d3h7
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