Data from: The role of soil chemistry and plant neighbourhoods in structuring fungal communities in three Panamanian rainforests

Schappe T, Albornoz FE, Turner BL, Neat A, Condit R, Jones FA

Date Published: May 25, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.sc38s

 

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Title OTU_Table
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Description A table of the number of sequences per sample of all consensus OTU sequences that matched a fungal taxon in the UNITE fungal database (as of 08/22/2016). Columns are fungal taxonomic names from UNITE database and rows are samples. Column 'core' is an internal sample designation during the field collection phase. Site 'p7' in the 'site' column pertains to 'Pipeline,' 'chagres' refers to 'Campo Chagres,' and 'roubik' refers to 'Santa Rita Ridge' site names from the accompanying manuscript.
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Title Soil_Nutrients
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Description Soil nutrient values listed per sample. 'Core' column refers to an internal designation of samples during the field collection phase and corresponds to 'core' columns in accompanying data files. 'p7' in the 'site' column refers to the 'Pipeline' site, 'chagres' refers to the 'Campo Chagres' site, and 'roubik' refers to the 'Santa Rita Ridge' site from the manuscript.
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Title Tree_Neighborhoods
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Description A matrix showing the relative abundance in total DBH (mm) of tree species within a 10-m radius of soil samples, per sample. 'Core' column refers to an internal sample designation during the field collection phase and corresponds to 'core' column in other data files. 'p7' in the 'Site' column refers to 'Pipeline,' 'chagres' refers to 'Campo Chagres,' and 'roubik' refers to 'Santa Rita Ridge' site from the manuscript. These data were calculated using tree census data from Condit, R., Pẽrez, R., Aguilar, S. & Lao, S. (2013b) Data from Tree Censuses and Inventories in Panama and are available online at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute data repository.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Schappe T, Albornoz FE, Turner BL, Neat A, Condit R, Jones FA (2017) The role of soil chemistry and plant neighbourhoods in structuring fungal communities in three Panamanian rainforests. Journal of Ecology 105(3): 569–579. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.12752

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Schappe T, Albornoz FE, Turner BL, Neat A, Condit R, Jones FA (2017) Data from: The role of soil chemistry and plant neighbourhoods in structuring fungal communities in three Panamanian rainforests. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.sc38s
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