Data from: Species richness mediates within-species nutrient resorption: implications for the biodiversity-productivity relationship

Xiao-Tao Lü, Yan-Yu Hu, Amelia A. Wolf & Xingguo Han
1.Between-species variation in nutrient resorption is one of the mechanisms explaining the positive relationship between biodiversity and primary productivity. Yet, the role of within-species variations in nutrient resorption in mediating the relationship between biodiversity and productivity remains unclear. 2.We examined how within-species nutrient resorption, and ultimately productivity, respond to changes in species richness by using four traits related to nitrogen and phosphorus use in four dominant species from different plant functional groups in a biodiversity...
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