Ecological Archives E096-131-A3
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Appendix C. A figure showing differences in isotopic signatures between two tree species and grasses.
Fig. C. First principal component scores (mean ± 1 SE) from on a principal components analysis of δD and δ18O stem water values in grasses and two tree species (Pterocarpus angolensis and Terminalia sericea) at WRF. Letters indicate differences at α = 0.005 based on Tukey HSD post hoc comparisons among classes.
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