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Growth, leaf photosynthesis, leaf stem and root respiration, temperature, humidity, and photosynthetic photon flux density data for a glasshouse temperature experiment with Eucalyptus tereticornis

Western Sydney University
Doctor John Drake (Principal investigator) Mr Dushan Kumarathunge (Associated with) Belinda Medlyn (Associated with) Professor Mark Tjoelker (Associated with) Angelica Varhammar (Associated with) View all 10 related researchers
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Experiment: The GREAT experiment consisted of three provenances of Eucalyptus tereticornis (Temperate, Subtropical and Tropical) grown at six temperatures using controlled glasshouse bays in the S39 glasshouse at Western Sydney University from 2016-01-07 to 2016-02-29. The tropical provenance was also grown under well watered and water limited conditions in a drought sub-experiment. The goal was to document the fundamental thermal niche of these provenances, and to test whether the provenances differed in their temperature responses (generally speaking, they didn't).

The files in this package contain data regarding tree growth, leaf-level photosynthesis (light response curves, temperature response curves, spot measurements), leaf respiration temperature response curves, leaf stem and root respiration rates at a common temperature, and environmental measurements.

Data time period: 07 01 2013 to 02 03 2016

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text: Richmond, NSW, Australia