Data from: Linking the respiration of fungal sporocarps with their nitrogen concentration: variation among species, tissues, and guilds

Trocha LK, Rudy E, Chen W, Dabert M, Eissenstat DM

Date Published: May 31, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.s41s2

 

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Title Trocha_Data_FE2015-00294
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Description The file contains data on respiration (RS) (nmol O2 g-1 s-1) and nitrogen concentration (%N) of 93 species of fungal sporocarps of different fungal guilds (ECM-ectomycorrhizal, SAP-saprotrophic, and PAR-parasitic); the file contains also information on RS and %N in fungal "tissues" (cap, stipe, and as 'sporocarp' for those species do not form cap-and-stipe fruiting bodies); the number of each RS and %N measurement and sporocarp repeat is also included;
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Trocha LK, Rudy E, Chen W, Dabert M, Eissenstat DM (2016) Linking the respiration of fungal sporocarps with their nitrogen concentration: variation among species, tissues and guilds. Functional Ecology 30(11): 1756-1768. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.12688

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Trocha LK, Rudy E, Chen W, Dabert M, Eissenstat DM (2016) Data from: Linking the respiration of fungal sporocarps with their nitrogen concentration: variation among species, tissues, and guilds. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.s41s2
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