Data from: Ectomycorrhizal fungal richness declines towards the host species’ range edge

Lankau RA, Keymer DP

Date Published: March 31, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.c2p74

 

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Title SampleMetadata_and_Summaries
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Description Metadata for all fungal community samples, including geographic locations, host species, soil chemical variables, and predicted climate variables. Also includes summaries of fungal communities (richness, rarified richness, and Simpson's diversity) at three levels of taxonomic resolution (operational taxonomic unit, named species, and genus). Data dictionary is available in worksheet 2.
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Title CommunityMatrixOTUtranspose
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Description Fungal community matrix for all operational taxonomic units delineated at the 97% sequence similarity level. For ease of use in spreadsheet programs, this file is transposed (OTUs in rows, samples in columns). OTUs are identified to the lowest confident taxonomic level using the RDP naive Bayesian classifier. The first letter in each column heading refers to the functional group as determined by the FUNGuild database. A = arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, E = ectomycorrhizal fungi, O = "other" fungi, P = plant pathogenic fungi, S = saprotrophic fungi, U = undetermined fungi.
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Title CommunityMatrixSpecies
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Description Fungal community matrix, with named species in columns and samples in rows. Species are identified to the lowest confident taxonomic level using the RDP naive Bayesian classifier. The first letter in each column heading refers to the functional group as determined by the FUNGuild database. A = arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, E = ectomycorrhizal fungi, O = "other" fungi, P = plant pathogenic fungi, S = saprotrophic fungi, U = undetermined fungi.
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Title CommunityMatrixGenus
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Description Fungal Community Matrix, with genera in columns and samples in rows. Genera are identified to the lowest confident taxonomic level using the RDP naive Bayesian classifier. The first letter in each column heading refers to the functional group as determined by the FUNGuild database. A = arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, E = ectomycorrhizal fungi, O = "other" fungi, P = plant pathogenic fungi, S = saprotrophic fungi, U = undetermined fungi.
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Title CommunityMatrixEMFLineage
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Description Ectomycorrhizal fungal community matrix, with ectomycorrhizal lineages (following Tedersoo and Smith 2013) in columns and samples in rows.
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Title OTU labels and consensus taxonomic assignments
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Description OTU labels and consensus taxonomic assignments derived from independent runs of the naive Bayesian Classifer (RDP) using two training sets.
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Title Representative sequences for each OTU
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Description Representative ITS2 sequences for each molecular OTU delineated at the 97% sequence similarity threshold. See "OTU labels and consensus taxonomic assignments" file for taxonomic assignments for each OTU.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Lankau RA, Keymer DP (2016) Ectomycorrhizal fungal richness declines towards the host species’ range edge. Molecular Ecology 25(13): 3224–3241. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.13628

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Lankau RA, Keymer DP (2016) Data from: Ectomycorrhizal fungal richness declines towards the host species’ range edge. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.c2p74
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