Data from: Soil biota and chemical interactions promote co-existence in co-evolved grassland communities

Semchenko M, Nettan S, Sepp A, Zhang Q, Abakumova M, Davison J, Kalamees R, Lepik A, Püssa K, Saar S, Saarma M, Thetloff M, Zobel K

Date Published: June 11, 2019

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5800rk5

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Description Data were collected over three years from a common garden, mesocosm experiment, maintained in Tartu, Estonia. Pot – pot ID; Community_type – local or mixed plant community; Activated_carbon – with or without activated carbon addition; Inoculation - sterilised or non-sterilised soil inoculum; Population_origin – genotype origin (site A, B or C); Community_composition – origin of plant community (site A, B or C for local communities or AB, AC, CB for mixed communities); Species_ID – species ID; Shoot_mass_Year1_g - individual dry shoot mass at the end of the first growth season; State_Year1 – individual survival at the end of the first growth season; Shoot_mass_Year2_g - individual dry shoot mass at the end of the second growth season; State_Year2 - individual survival at the end of the second growth season; Inoculum_origin – soil inoculum origin (site A, B or C); Inoculum_type – inoculum relationship to plant individual (home or away); Shoot_mass_Year3_g - species dry shoot mass at the end of the third growth season; State_Year3 - species survival at the end of the third growth season; Root_diameter_mm – root mean diameter from mixed community samples at the end of the first growth season; Root_mass_g – root dry mass at the end of the first growth season (sum of two soil cores); Specific_root_length_cm_mg – specific root length from mixed community samples at the end of the first growth season.
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Semchenko M, Nettan S, Sepp A, Zhang Q, Abakumova M, Davison J, Kalamees R, Lepik A, Püssa K, Saar S, Saarma M, Thetloff M, Zobel K (2019) Soil biota and chemical interactions promote co‐existence in co‐evolved grassland communities. Journal of Ecology. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.13220

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Semchenko M, Nettan S, Sepp A, Zhang Q, Abakumova M, Davison J, Kalamees R, Lepik A, Püssa K, Saar S, Saarma M, Thetloff M, Zobel K (2019) Data from: Soil biota and chemical interactions promote co-existence in co-evolved grassland communities. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5800rk5
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