Data from: A deteriorating state of affairs: how endogenous and exogenous factors determine plant decay rates

Amy E. Zanne, Brad Oberle, Kevin M. Dunham, Amy M. Milo, Maranda L. Walton & Darcy F. Young
Woody plants store large quantities of carbon (C) and nutrients. As plants senesce and decay, these stores transfer to the soil or other organisms or are released to the atmosphere. Exogenous factors such as topographic position and microclimatic and edaphic conditions tied to locations affect decay rates; however, we know less about how exogenous relative to endogenous factors such as morphological, anatomical and chemical construction tied to plant species affect these rates, especially across different...
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