Data from: Sapwood capacitance is greater in evergreen sclerophyll species growing in high compared to low rainfall environments

 

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Title Sapwood water potential, relative water content and cumulative water released from sapwood samples of 32 plant species measured in a thermocouple psychrometer and their wood densities.
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Richards AE, Wright IJ, Lenz TI, Zanne AE (2013) Sapwood capacitance is greater in evergreen sclerophyll species growing in high compared to low rainfall environments. Functional Ecology 28(3): 734-744. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.12193

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Richards AE, Wright IJ, Lenz TI, Zanne AE (2013) Data from: Sapwood capacitance is greater in evergreen sclerophyll species growing in high compared to low rainfall environments. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.hm482
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