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Functional composition has stronger impact than species richness on carbon gain and allocation in experimental grasslands - Fig 2

By Christiane Roscher (163339), Stefan Karlowsky (5941586), Alexandru Milcu (234172), Arthur Gessler (667381), Dörte Bachmann (683613), Annette Jesch (5024228), Markus Lange (360903), Perla Mellado-Vázquez (6281456), Tanja Strecker (683616), Damien Landais (6281459), Olivier Ravel (6281462), Nina Buchmann (163366), Jacques Roy (6281465) and Gerd Gleixner (360899)


<p><b>Relationships between community-level</b><sup><b>13</b></sup><b>C abundance in shoot biomass and biomass-weighted means of leaf nitrogen concentrations (a), and relationships between community-level shoot</b><sup><b>13</b></sup><b>C excess and canopy leaf nitrogen per unit soil surface (b).</b> Closed circles display mixtures sown with 4 species, open circles display mixtures sown with 16 species.</p

Topics: Ecology, Plant Biology, Environmental Sciences not elsewhere classified, Biological Sciences not elsewhere classified, 13 CO 2 label, grassland biodiversity experiment, 4- species mixtures, carbon gain, species-level 13 C abundances, Plant species richness, unit soil surface, Community-level 13 C, 13 C abundances, NSC, 12 soil-vegetation monoliths, canopy leaf nitrogen, leaf N concentrations
Year: 2019
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0204715.g002
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