Data from: Ecologically diverse and distinct neighbourhoods trigger persistent phenotypic consequences, and amine metabolic profiling detects them

Fran├žoise Hennion, Isabelle Litrico, Igor Bartish, Alexandra Weigelt, Alain Bouchereau & Andreas Prinzing
1.Global change triggers rapid alterations in the composition and diversity of plant communities which may change ecosystem functioning. Do changes in community diversity also change traits persistently, i.e. does coexistence with numerous or functionally or phylogenetically distinct species trigger, in a given focal species, trait shifts that persist? 2.We studied the grass Dactylis glomerata. Dactylis was grown in experimental plots with different species compositions for five years, sampled, cloned and grown in a common garden....

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  • German Center for Integrative Biodiversity Research
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  • Agrocampus Ouest
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  • French National Institute for Agricultural Research
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  • French National Centre for Scientific Research
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  • Institute for Genetics, Environment and Plant Protection
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  • Institute of Botany
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  • Leipzig University
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