Data from: Different response-effect trait relationships underlie contrasting responses to two chemical stressors

Christoph Mensens, Frederik De Leander, Colin Janssen, Koen Sabbe, Marleen De Troch & Colin R. Janssen
1. Trait-based approaches predict ecosystem functioning under environmental change by relating traits predicting changes in species densities (response traits) to traits driving ecosystem functioning (effect traits). Stressors can however affect ecosystem functioning not only by altering species densities, but also by directly changing species effect traits. 2. We first identified the response traits predicting the cell density of 18 marine benthic diatom strains along gradients of two chemical stressors (a pesticide and a metal, atrazine...
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