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Data on litter quality of host grass plants with and without fungal endophytes

AuthorsGundel, Pedro E.; Helander, Marjo; Garibaldi, L. A.; Vázquez de Aldana, Beatriz R. ; Zabalgogeazcoa, Iñigo ; Saikkonen, Kari
Issue Date2016
CitationData in Brief 7: 1469-1472 (2016)
AbstractCertain Pooideae species form persistent symbiosis with fungal endophytes of Epichloë genus. Although endophytes are known to impact the ecology and evolution of host species, their effects on parameters related with quality of plant biomass has been elusive. This article provides information about parameters related with the quality of plant litter biomass of two important grass species (Schedonorus phoenix and Schedonorus pratensis) affected by the symbiosis with fungal endophytes (Epichloë coenophiala and Epichloë uncinata, respectively). Four population origins of S. phoenix and one of S. pratensis were included. Mineral, biochemical and structural parameters were obtained from three samples per factors combination [species (and population origin)×endophyte]. This data can be potentially used in other studies which, by means of ‘data reanalyzing’ or meta-analysis, attempt to find generalizations about endophyte effects on host plant litter biomass. The present data is associated with the research article “Role of foliar fungal endophytes on litter decomposition among species and population origins” (Gundel et al., In preparation)
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Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2016.04.030
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