Data from: Solidago altissima differs with respect to ploidy frequency and clinal variation across the prairie-forest biome border in Minnesota

Etterson JR, Toczydlowski RH, Winkler KJ, Kirschbaum JA, McAulay TS

Date Published: November 1, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8pv40

 

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Title Prairie_Forest_Precip_Gradient_DRYAD
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Description This file includes all original data related to the analysis published by the American Journal of Botany including: 1) The original radomized block design, 2) the rearranged split-plot block design, 3) the population code as it appears in the manuscript, 4) a genotype number, 5) the watering treatment (D=dry; W = wet), 6) Biome (P=prairie, F=forest), 7) latitude and longitude of wild population, 8) flow cytometry peaks and pg DNA calculation, 9) original rhizome weight at planting, and for each year 2007-2010 when measured, 10) date of first flower, 11) leaf number, 12) height, 13) basal stem diameter, 14) abaxial and adaxial stomatal counts and their ratio, 15) clone number, 16) branch number 17) dried biomass. Herbivory (yes/no) for 2008 is also included.
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Etterson JR, Toczydlowski RH, Winkler KJ, Kirschbaum JA, McAulay TS (2015) Solidago altissima differs with respect to ploidy frequency and clinal variation across the prairie-forest biome border in Minnesota. American Journal of Botany 103(1): 22-32. http://dx.doi.org/10.3732/ajb.1500146

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Etterson JR, Toczydlowski RH, Winkler KJ, Kirschbaum JA, McAulay TS (2015) Data from: Solidago altissima differs with respect to ploidy frequency and clinal variation across the prairie-forest biome border in Minnesota. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8pv40
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