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Appendix A: Saturation responses of leaf litter breakdown rates (k d-1) vs. soluble reactive phosphorus and dissolved inorganic nitrogen.
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Appendix B: Fungal biomass and microbial respiration data associated with incubated leaf litter.
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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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