Data from: Phenotypic effects of the nurse Thylacospermum caespitosum on dependent plant species along regional climate stress gradients

Xingpei Jiang, Richard Michalet, Shuyan Chen, Liang Zhao, Xiangtai Wang, Chenyue Wang, Lizhe An & Sa Xiao
Contrasting phenotypes of alpine cushion species have been recurrently described in several mountain ranges along small-scale topography gradients, with tight competitive phenotypes in stressful convex topography and loose facilitative phenotypes in sheltered concave topography. The consistency of phenotypic effects along large-scale climate stress gradients have been proposed as a test of the likely genetic bases of the differences observed at small-scale. Inversely, plastic phenotypic effects are more likely to vanish at some points along climate...
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