Data from: Ecology and evolution of the diaspore 'burial syndrome'

Humphreys AM, Antonelli A, Pirie MD, Linder HP

Date Published: November 24, 2010

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8013

 

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Description Character states and callus lengths for each species. The species are the 280 species of Danthonioideae (Poaceae). Characters are awns, lemma indumentum, callus indumentum, callus length and life history. Awns are coded as present (0) or absent (1). Absence of an awn denotes species in which the awn is altogether absent or reduced to a ‘mucro’, i.e. reduced beyond hygroscopic function. Callus and lemma indumentum are coded as villous (0) or glabrous (1), with ‘glabrous’ coded only for those species that never produce hairs on these surfaces. Polymorphic species are coded as (0). Life history was coded as perennial (0) or annual (1). Four species of Pentameris are biannual and these were coded as perennial to distinguish species that survive as adult plants for more than one growing season from those that do not.
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Humphreys AM, Antonelli A, Pirie MD, Linder HP (2010) Ecology and evolution of the diaspore 'burial syndrome'. Evolution 65(4): 1163–1180. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1558-5646.2010.01184.x

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Humphreys AM, Antonelli A, Pirie MD, Linder HP (2010) Data from: Ecology and evolution of the diaspore 'burial syndrome'. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8013
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