Data from: Reduced drought tolerance during domestication and the evolution of weediness results from tolerance-growth trade-offs

Elizabeth Katherine Koziol, Loren H. Rieseberg, Nolan Coburn Kane & James D. Bever
The increased reproductive potential, size, shoot allocation, and growth rate of weedy plants may result from reduced resource allocation to other aspects of plant growth and defense. To investigate whether changes in resource allocation occurred during domestication or the evolution of weediness, we compared the mycorrhizal responsiveness, growth, and drought tolerance of nine native ruderal, nine agriculturally weedy (four US weedy and five Australian weedy), and fourteen domesticated populations (eight ancient landraces and six improved...
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