Data from: Phylogenetic structure and host abundance drive disease pressure in communities

Parker IM, Saunders M, Bontrager M, Weitz AP, Hendricks R, Magarey R, Suiter K, Gilbert GS

Date Published: April 23, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.kf401

 

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Title Meadow_traitstable
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Description Attributes of the wild and experimentally introduced plant species from the study in grassland on the University of California Santa Cruz campus, Santa Cruz, CA USA (36°59'18.09"N, 122° 3'31.29"W) in 2011 and 2012. Used for Fig 2 and Fig 3 source: plant species found wild or experimentally introduced in grassland community origin: plant species native to Santa Cruz region or nonnative genus: genus of plant species: species of plant name: aggregate genus species name of plant code: 6-letter mnemonic code for plant species family: family of plant species phyloname: phylomatic-style family/genus/name of plant species
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Title Meadow_wildabunddisease
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Description Estimates of percent cover of plant species and percent of leaf area lost to disease for wild plants in ten 20-m diameter circular plots in grassland on the University of California Santa Cruz campus, Santa Cruz, CA USA (36°59'18.09"N, 122° 3'31.29"W). Data were collected in April and May 2011. (Used for Fig 2) plot: Plot number (1 to 10) for estimates of cover and disease genus: Plant genus species: plant species coverpercent: Percent cover of plant species in that plot diseasepercent: Percent of foliar tissue lost to disease (necrosis and chlorosis). Blanks indicate that we have no disease data for that species in that plot
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Title Meadow_ExperimentalPlant_visualdisease
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Description Estimates of percent of leaf area lost to disease for experimentally introduced plant species in each of 10 plots in grassland on the University of California Santa Cruz campus, Santa Cruz, CA USA (36°59'18.09"N, 122° 3'31.29"W). Data were collected in April 2012. (Used for Fig 3) plot: Plot number (1 to 10) for estimates of cover and disease genus: Plant genus species: plant species visualdisease: Percent of foliar tissue lost to disease (necrosis and chlorosis)
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Title RSAmeadow phylogenetic distance matrix
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Description Phylogenetic distances (in My of independent evolution) between all pairs of wild and experimentally introduced plant species. (Used for Fig 2 and Fig 3)
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Title ReadMe_ParkerEtAl_Data2015Nature
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Description Metadata for four sets of data used in Parker et al. 2015. Phylogenetic structure drives disease pressure in communities. Nature. In press.
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Parker IM, Saunders M, Bontrager M, Weitz AP, Hendricks R, Magarey R, Suiter K, Gilbert GS (2015) Phylogenetic structure and host abundance drive disease pressure in communities. Nature 520(7548): 542-544. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nature14372

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Parker IM, Saunders M, Bontrager M, Weitz AP, Hendricks R, Magarey R, Suiter K, Gilbert GS (2015) Data from: Phylogenetic structure and host abundance drive disease pressure in communities. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.kf401
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