Data from: Axial xylem architecture of Larix decidua exposed to CO2 enrichment and soil warming at the treeline

Angela L. Prendin, Giai Petit, Patrick Fonti, Christian Rixen, Melissa Autumn Dawes & Georg Von Arx
1. Trees continuously adjust their axial xylem structure to meet changing needs imposed by ontogenetic and environmental changes. These axial structure-function responses need to be coordinated among competing biophysical constraints to avoid failure of the xylem system. Here, we investigated if ontogeny or experimental manipulation of CO2 and soil temperature influence these structure-function responses. 2. We performed detailed xylem cell anatomical quantification along the axis of 40-year-old Larix decidua trees planted at the Swiss treeline...
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