Data from: The triangular seed mass-leaf area relationship holds for annual plants and is determined by habitat productivity

Santini BA, Hodgson JG, Thompson K, Wilson PJ, Band SR, Jones G, Charles M, Boogard A, Palmer C, Rees M

Date Published: March 22, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.kp0mc

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Title Leaf area and seed mass
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Description Data collected for over 400 plant annual species. Includes measurements on leaf area and seed mass. It also includes measurements taken from literature such as plant height and Ellenberg indicator values (EIV) for nitrogen and light. The average is shown for leaf and seed mass. We also include the sample size for leaf area (nla) and seed mass (nsm).
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Santini BA, Hodgson JG, Thompson K, Wilson PJ, Band SR, Jones G, Charles M, Bogaard A, Palmer C, Rees M (2017) The triangular seed mass-leaf area relationship holds for annual plants and is determined by habitat productivity. Functional Ecology 31(9): 1770-1779. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.12870

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Santini BA, Hodgson JG, Thompson K, Wilson PJ, Band SR, Jones G, Charles M, Boogard A, Palmer C, Rees M (2017) Data from: The triangular seed mass-leaf area relationship holds for annual plants and is determined by habitat productivity. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.kp0mc
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