Ecological Archives A025-051-A3

John S. Kominoski, Amy D. Rosemond, Jonathan P. Benstead, Vladislav Gulis, John C. Maerz, and David W. P. Manning. 2015. Low-to-moderate nitrogen and phosphorus concentrations accelerate microbially driven litter breakdown rates. Ecological Applications 25:856865. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-1113.1

Appendix C. Plots of residuals of leaf litter breakdown rates (k dd-1) versus dissolved inorganic nitrogen (DIN) against soluble reactive phosphorus (SRP), and k dd-1 vs. SRP against DIN.

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Fig. C1. Linear regression models of the residuals of litter breakdown rates (k dd-1) for (A) maple and (B) rhododendron vs. log10-transformed dissolved inorganic nitrogen (log DIN; mg L-1) against log10-transformed soluble reactive phosphorus (log SRP; mg L-1).


 

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Fig. C2. Linear regression models of the residuals of litter breakdown rates (k dd-1) for (A) maple and (B) rhododendron vs. log10-transformed soluble reactive phosphorus (log SRP; mg L-1) against log10-transformed dissolved inorganic nitrogen (log DIN; mg L-1).


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