Data from: Herbivore resistance in congeneric and sympatric Nothofagus species is not related to leaf habit

Frida I. Piper, Michael J. Gundale, Tomás Fuenzalida & Alex Fajardo
Premise of the study Two fundamental hypotheses on herbivore resistance and leaf habit are the resource availability hypothesis (RAH) and the carbon-nutrient balance hypothesis (CNBH). The RAH predicts higher constitutive resistance by evergreens and the CNBH predicts higher induced resistance by deciduous species. Although support for these hypotheses is mixed, they have rarely been examined in congeneric species. Methods We compared leaf constitutive and induced resistance (as leaf polyphenols and tannin concentrations, and damage level...
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