Dataset.

Supporting Information Holm oak decline is determined by shifts in fine root phenotypic plasticity in response to belowground stress

Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/329631
Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
  • Encinas-Valero, Manuel
  • Esteban, Raquel
  • Hereş, Ana-Maria
  • Vivas, María
  • Fakhet, Dorra
  • Aranjuelo, Iker
  • Solla, Alejandro
  • Moreno, Gerardo
  • Curiel Yuste, Jorge
Dataset S1 contains the experimental design details, root parameters and soil variables used in this study, i) experimental design details: Trees, sampled trees; dehesa, sampled dehesa, sites, health status, defoliation (%) and foliage (%) of each holm oak tree; ii) root parameters: FR (%), fine root percentage; FRB, fine root branching; IA (degrees), insertion angle; FRD (cm), fine root diameter; FRL (cm), fine root length; starch; glucose; fructose; sucrose; soluble sugars and NSC in coarse and fine roots (mg g-1 DW) iii) ammonium, nitrate, nitrite, phosphate, potassium (μg g-1) and org. C (%), organic carbon; tot. N (%), nitrogen; tot. P (%), phosphorus; pH; soil stoichiometry (org. C:tot. N, tot. N:tot. P, org. C:tot. P); PC1, principal component 1; soil nutrient availability (PC1 multiplied by -1), iv) foliage:root parameter ratio (foliage:FRB, foliage:FRD, foliage:FRL)., [nph18182-sup-0001-DatasetS1.xlsx] application/excel, 96.7 KB Dataset S1 Details of the experimental design, root parameters and soil variables used in this study., [nph18182-sup-0002-SupInfo.pdf] PDF document, 1.1 MB. Fig. S1 Location of the nine studied dehesas within the central–western part of the Iberian Peninsula. Fig. S2 Redundancy analysis (RDA) plot conducted with leaf traits. Boxplot of defoliation of the different health statuses. Fig. S3 Redundancy analysis (RDA) plot conducted with soil variables. Table S1 Linear mixed-effects models (LMEs) in which fine root branching ratio (FRB) varied as a function of the different carbohydrate fractions, health status and the interaction between carbohydrate fractions × health status. Table S2 Linear mixed-effects models (LMEs) in which foliage : root parameter ratios varied as a function of soil nutrient availability, health status and the interaction between soil nutrient availability × health status., Peer reviewed
 
DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/329631
Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/329631

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/329631
Dataset. 2022

SUPPORTING INFORMATION HOLM OAK DECLINE IS DETERMINED BY SHIFTS IN FINE ROOT PHENOTYPIC PLASTICITY IN RESPONSE TO BELOWGROUND STRESS

Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
  • Encinas-Valero, Manuel
  • Esteban, Raquel
  • Hereş, Ana-Maria
  • Vivas, María
  • Fakhet, Dorra
  • Aranjuelo, Iker
  • Solla, Alejandro
  • Moreno, Gerardo
  • Curiel Yuste, Jorge
Dataset S1 contains the experimental design details, root parameters and soil variables used in this study, i) experimental design details: Trees, sampled trees; dehesa, sampled dehesa, sites, health status, defoliation (%) and foliage (%) of each holm oak tree; ii) root parameters: FR (%), fine root percentage; FRB, fine root branching; IA (degrees), insertion angle; FRD (cm), fine root diameter; FRL (cm), fine root length; starch; glucose; fructose; sucrose; soluble sugars and NSC in coarse and fine roots (mg g-1 DW) iii) ammonium, nitrate, nitrite, phosphate, potassium (μg g-1) and org. C (%), organic carbon; tot. N (%), nitrogen; tot. P (%), phosphorus; pH; soil stoichiometry (org. C:tot. N, tot. N:tot. P, org. C:tot. P); PC1, principal component 1; soil nutrient availability (PC1 multiplied by -1), iv) foliage:root parameter ratio (foliage:FRB, foliage:FRD, foliage:FRL)., [nph18182-sup-0001-DatasetS1.xlsx] application/excel, 96.7 KB Dataset S1 Details of the experimental design, root parameters and soil variables used in this study., [nph18182-sup-0002-SupInfo.pdf] PDF document, 1.1 MB. Fig. S1 Location of the nine studied dehesas within the central–western part of the Iberian Peninsula. Fig. S2 Redundancy analysis (RDA) plot conducted with leaf traits. Boxplot of defoliation of the different health statuses. Fig. S3 Redundancy analysis (RDA) plot conducted with soil variables. Table S1 Linear mixed-effects models (LMEs) in which fine root branching ratio (FRB) varied as a function of the different carbohydrate fractions, health status and the interaction between carbohydrate fractions × health status. Table S2 Linear mixed-effects models (LMEs) in which foliage : root parameter ratios varied as a function of soil nutrient availability, health status and the interaction between soil nutrient availability × health status., Peer reviewed




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