Data from: Root herbivory indirectly affects above- and belowground community members and directly reduces plant performance

Barber NA, Milano NJ, Kiers ET, Theis N, Bartolo V, Hazzard RV, Adler LS

Date Published: August 24, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.cg4c7

 

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Title Treatments and field data
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Description Data were collected in 2012. Petal length and width measurements are in mm; downy mildew score was a 0–5 scale based on the percentage of leaves infected (0 = 0%, 1 = 1–25%, 2 = 25–50%, 3 = 50–75%, and 4 = 75–100%); flowers_observed is the total number of flowers open on days when pollinator surveys took place; pieris_proportion_visited and honeybee_proportion_visited are the proportion of flowers probed based on the total number of flowers open on days when surveys took place; pieris_probeduration and honeybee_probeduration are reported in seconds.
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Title Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi data
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Description Measurements reported are the percentage of root intercepts that contained no fungal structures ("none"), hyphae, arbuscules, or vesicles.
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Title Floral volatiles data
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Description Concentrations of floral volatiles from Cucumis sativus flowers. Values are ng/g/hr. Scores for first three axes of principal components analyses are also included.
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Barber NA, Milano NJ, Kiers ET, Theis N, Bartolo V, Hazzard RV, Adler LS (2015) Root herbivory indirectly affects above- and belowground community members and directly reduces plant performance. Journal of Ecology 103(6): 1509-1518. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.12464

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Barber NA, Milano NJ, Kiers ET, Theis N, Bartolo V, Hazzard RV, Adler LS (2015) Data from: Root herbivory indirectly affects above- and belowground community members and directly reduces plant performance. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.cg4c7
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