Data from: Two dimensions define the variation of fine root traits across plant communities under the joint influence of ecological succession and annual mowing

Amandine Erktan, Catherine Roumet, Diane Bouchet, Alexia Stokes, François Pailler & François Munoz
1. Quantifying the variation in community-level fine root (<2mm) traits along ecological gradients or in response to disturbances is essential to unravel the mechanisms of plant community assembly, but available surveys are scarce. Whether fine root traits covary along a one-dimensional economic spectrum, as previously shown for leaves, is highly debated. 2. We measured six fine root traits at the community-level along a 69-year succession, with or without annual mowing, offering a unique design of...
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