Data from: Fruiting strategies of perennial plants: a resource budget model to couple mast seeding to pollination efficiency and resource allocation strategies

Venner S, Siberchicot A, Pélisson P, Schermer E, Bel-Venner M, Nicolas M, Débias F, Miele V, Sauzet S, Boulanger V, Delzon S

Date Published: February 18, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.77kj5

 

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Title N&C_content
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Description Nitrogen and carbon content are assayed separately on female flowers, acorns and cupules collected in 30 oak trees (Quercus petraea) in 2013.
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Title Maximum Fruit Set and Female to Flower cost Ratio
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Description In each of 130 oak trees (Q. petraea) surveyed in 2013 and from various locations in metropolitan France, (1) the fruit set is computed as the proportion of female flowers that successfully develop into mature fruits and (2) the Fruiting-to-Flowering Resource demand ratio (FFR) is computed as the ratio of the resource required to produce one mature fruit to that required for one sexually operational female flower. FFR is computed based on either (i) dry weight, (ii) carbon or (iii) nitrogen content of flowers and mature acorns.
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Venner S, Siberchicot A, Pélisson,P, Schermer E, Bel-Venner M, Nicolas M, Débias F, Miele V, Sauzet S, Boulanger V, Delzon S (2016) Fruiting strategies of perennial plants: a resource budget model to couple mast seeding to pollination efficiency and resource allocation strategies. The American Naturalist 188(1): 66-75. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/686684

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Venner S, Siberchicot A, Pélisson P, Schermer E, Bel-Venner M, Nicolas M, Débias F, Miele V, Sauzet S, Boulanger V, Delzon S (2016) Data from: Fruiting strategies of perennial plants: a resource budget model to couple mast seeding to pollination efficiency and resource allocation strategies. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.77kj5
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