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Jun 25, 2020 - Portail Data INRAE
Poeydebat, Charlotte; Jactel, Hervé; Moreira, Xoaquín; Koricheva, Julia; Barsoum, Nadia; Bauhus, Jürgen; Eisenhauer, Nico; Ferlian, Olga; Francisco, Marta; Gottschall, Felix; Gravel, Dominique; Mason, Bill; Muiruri, Evalyne W.; Muys, Bart; Nock, Charles; Paquette, Alain; Ponette, Quentin; Scherer-Lorenzen, Michael; Stokes, Victoria; Staab, Michael; Verheyen, Kris; Castagneyrol, Bastien, 2020, "Raw data for the paper - "Climate affects neighbour-induced changes in leaf chemical defences and tree diversity-herbivory relationships"", https://doi.org/10.15454/SHCUXW, Portail Data INRAE, V1
Raw data for the paper "Climate affects neighbour-induced changes in leaf chemical defences and tree diversity-herbivory relationships" by Charlotte Poeydebat and colleagues. The data file consists of a single excel document with two sheets: the 'glossary' sheet details the chara...
Apr 1, 2020 - Experimental - Observation - Simulation Dataverse
Laurent, Benoit, 2020, "A richer community of Botryosphaeriaceae within a less diverse community of fungal endophytes in grapevines than in adjacent forest trees revealed by a mixed metabarcoding strategy.", https://doi.org/10.15454/JEOT4O, Portail Data INRAE, V1, UNF:6:iSW/6jVVjeRvjMhu7p/7iw== [fileUNF]
Botryosphaeriaceae are a diverse group of endophytic fungi colonizing the inner tissue of many woody species. As opportunist pathogens, they have been increasingly involved in diebacks worldwide. Nonetheless, the diversity of Botryosphaeriaceae, especially in asymptomatic plants,...
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