Components of nutrient residence time and the leaf economics spectrum in species from Mediterranean old-fields differing in successional status
Version of Record online: 12 JAN 2007
Volume 21, Issue 2, pages 235–245, April 2007
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KAZAKOU, E., GARNIER, E., NAVAS, M.-L., ROUMET, C., COLLIN, C. and LAURENT, G. (2007), Components of nutrient residence time and the leaf economics spectrum in species from Mediterranean old-fields differing in successional status. Functional Ecology, 21: 235–245. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2435.2006.01242.x
- Issue online: 12 JAN 2007
- Version of Record online: 12 JAN 2007
- Received 8 June 2006; accepted 4 December 2006Editor: Gareth Phoenix
Figure S2. Projection of (a) variables of the leaf economics spectrum, mass loss and nutrients resorption efficiency (REFF), and (b) species on the first two axes of a principal component analysis for the N- treatment and the same in (c) and (d) for the N+ treatment. In (b) and (d), dashed lines were drawn around species from the earlier (E), intermediate (I) and advanced (A) successional stages. Results of the ANOVA conducted for the components of each axis to test for differences among successional stage. For species symbols see Figure 1. Abbreviations given in Table 1.
Appendix S1 Equations of estimation of Leaf surface for each species and statistics of fitted regressions and the probability that the slope (a) differs from 1.
Appendix S2/ Values (and standard errors) of the traits involved in the leaf economics spectrum. Abbreviations given in Table 1.
Appendix S3. Values (and standard errors) of nutrient concentrations of dead leaves, mass loss and nutrient REFF. Abbreviations given in Table 1.
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