Rojas-Botero, Sandra Liliana ; Kollmann, Johannes ; Teixeira, Leonardo H.
Biomass production of native plant communities and invasive plant species under varying experimental environmental conditions Files: (i) Duernast_experiment_biomass (ii) TUMmesa2017_experiment_biomass (iii) TUMmesa2018_experiment_biomass
Experimente und Beobachtungen / experiments and observations
Tabellen / tables
Collected data from three experiments conducted in greenhouse and climate chambers to evaluate the biomass production of native plant communities and an invasive species submitted to particular environmental fluctuations (fertilization, heat and flood).
Data corresponds to dry biomass of the plant material harvested at the end of the experiments.
For details regarding each dataset, please refer to the readme file.
Method of data assessment:
Once the experiments reached the harvest point, biomass was clipped above 1-cm of soil level, samples were divided into native and invasive species and packed in paper bags for drying in the oven for 48 to 96 h at 65°C. The resulting dry biomass was weighed in precision scales, and the values noted in tables according to experimental conditions