Supplementary material from \"Tree-ring evidence of ecological stress memory\"

Yumei Mu, Lixin Lyu, Yan Li & Ouya Fang
Plants experiencing stress could develop ability to reshape their way to improve responding to future stress, called ‘Ecological Stress Memory’ (ESM), which is important for plant acclimation to repeated stresses. Although ESM has been largely reported, it remains unclear whether ESM could improve tree resistance to recurrent stress in subsequent decades. Here, we explore it from a tree-ring network of 1491 trees from 50 long-living juniper forests on the Tibetan Plateau. Through comparing performances of...
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