TRY-A plant trait database of databases.

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Summary of "TRY-A plant trait database of databases."

Plant traits, such as height or specific leaf area, are expressions of plant performance and are important indicators of ecosystem function. Here, the TRY plant database is highlighted as the most comprehensive archive of global plant data, with open access to the public.


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Name: Global change biology
ISSN: 1365-2486


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