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Type: Artigo
Title: A global meta‐analysis of the relative extent of intraspecific trait variation in plant communities
Author: Siefert, Andrew
Violle, Cyrille
Chalmandrier, Loïc
Albert, Cécile H.
Taudiere, Adrien
Fajardo, Alex
Aarssen, Lonnie W.
Baraloto, Christopher
Carlucci, Marcos B.
Cianciaruso, Marcus V.
Dantas, Vinícius de L.
Bello, Francesco de
Duarte, Leandro D. S.
Fonseca, Carlos R.
Freschet, Grégoire T.
Gaucherand, Stéphanie
Gross, Nicolas
Hikosaka, Kouki
Jackson, Benjamin
Jung, Vincent
Kamiyama, Chiho
Katabuchi, Masatoshi
Kembel, Steven W.
Kichenin, Emilie
Kraft, Nathan J. B.
Lagerström, Anna
Bagousse-Pinguet, Yoann Le
Li, Yuanzhi
Mason, Norman
Messier, Julie
Nakashizuka, Tohru
Overton, Jacob McC.
Peltzer, Duane A.
Pérez-Ramos, I. M.
Pillar, Valério D.
Prentice, Honor C.
Richardson, Sarah
Sasaki, Takehiro
Schamp, Brandon S.
Schöb, Christian
Shipley, Bill
Sundqvist, Maja
Sykes, Martin T.
Vandewalle, Marie
Wardle, David A.
Abstract: Recent studies have shown that accounting for intraspecific trait variation (ITV) may better address major questions in community ecology. However, a general picture of the relative extent of ITV compared to interspecific trait variation in plant communities is still missing. Here, we conducted a meta‐analysis of the relative extent of ITV within and among plant communities worldwide, using a data set encompassing 629 communities (plots) and 36 functional traits. Overall, ITV accounted for 25% of the total trait variation within communities and 32% of the total trait variation among communities on average. The relative extent of ITV tended to be greater for whole‐plant (e.g. plant height) vs. organ‐level traits and for leaf chemical (e.g. leaf N and P concentration) vs. leaf morphological (e.g. leaf area and thickness) traits. The relative amount of ITV decreased with increasing species richness and spatial extent, but did not vary with plant growth form or climate. These results highlight global patterns in the relative importance of ITV in plant communities, providing practical guidelines for when researchers should include ITV in trait‐based community and ecosystem studies
Subject: Ecologia de comunidades
Country: Reino Unido
Editor: Wiley
Rights: Fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1111/ele.12508
Address: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/ele.12508
Date Issue: 2015
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