Data from: Complementarity and selection effects in early and mid-successional plant communities are differentially affected by plant-soil feedback

Jing J, Bezemer TM, van der Putten WH

Date Published: March 13, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.sg770

 

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Title Biomass data of early and mid successioinal plant species in monoculture and mixture as influenced by plant-soil feedback
Description Data were collected in the greenhouse two-stage (conditioining & feedback) biodiversity experiment in Wageningen, the Netherlands. Abbreviated headlines are as follows: "stage"=succession stage;"species"=plant species (including ten early succesional plant species and ten mid successional plant species);"soil"including conditioned soil and unconditioned soil;"monoculture"=biomass production in monoculture(g pot-1);"mixture1""=biomass production in plant community assemblage1(g pot-1);"mixture2""=biomass production in plant community assemblage2(g pot-1);"mixture3""=biomass production in plant community assemblage3(g pot-1);"mixture4""=biomass production in plant community assemblage4(g pot-1);"mixture5""=biomass production in plant community assemblage5(g pot-1).
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Jing J, Bezemer TM, van der Putten WH (2015) Complementarity and selection effects in early and mid-successional plant communities are differentially affected by plant-soil feedback. Journal of Ecology 103(3): 641-647. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.12388

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Jing J, Bezemer TM, van der Putten WH (2015) Data from: Complementarity and selection effects in early and mid-successional plant communities are differentially affected by plant-soil feedback. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.sg770
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