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Data for "Predicting drivers of Cu leaf accumulation in five plant species: how properties of soil and climate explain variation in Cu leaf accumulation"

posted on 2023-04-24, 20:29 authored by Filip PošćićFilip Pošćić, Alessandro Mattiello, Nicola NovelloNicola Novello, Jean-Yves Cornu, Alicja Babst-Kostecka

Data for the paper Mattiello et al. (2023). The data are environmental variables (growing degree days and total solar radiation), soil variables (bulk density, pH, electrical conductivity, total equivalent carbonate concentration, gravel concentration, soil texture, soil total, and available element concentrations), and plant nutrients concentration in roots and leaves of five species (Lolium perenne, Plantago lanceolata, Rumex obtusifolius, Taraxacum officinale, and Trifolium repens) commonly found in the understory vegetation of Mediterranean vineyard (notes 1-10). Data are from nine organic vineyards, two conventional vineyards, and two control (not vineyards and uncontaminated) sites located in the region of Friuli Venezia Giulia (Italy). The data in notes 11 and 12 are from a controlled experiment performed on plants grown from seeds collected at three sampled vineyards. These data were analyzed in the above-mentioned citation (if data needed to be transformed for achieving normality and homogeneity of variance, these transformations are shown in this database as well).

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“Multifarm: sostenibilità ambientale per la multifunzionalità dell’azienda agricola” (L.R. 26/05 art. 17 Innovazione in Agricoltura)

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) Superfund Research Programs (SRPs) at the University of Arizona (Grant P42ES04940)