Data from: Growth strategy, phylogeny and stoichiometry determine the allelopathic potential of native and non-native plants

Bart M.C. Grutters, Benedetta Saccomanno, Elisabeth M. Gross, Dedmar B. Van De Waal, Ellen Van Donk, Elizabeth S. Bakker, Bart M. C. Grutters, Dedmer B. Van De Waal & Elisabeth S. Bakker
Secondary compounds can contribute to the success of non-native plant species if they reduce damage by native herbivores or inhibit the growth of native plant competitors. However, there is opposing evidence on whether the secondary compounds of non-native plant species are stronger than those of natives. This may be explained by other factors, besides plant origin, that affect the potential of plant secondary compounds. We tested how plant origin, phylogeny, growth strategy and stoichiometry affected...
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