14C, 33P and 15N isotope tracing data showing carbon for nutrient exchanges between Lycopodiella, Anthoceros, Phaeoceros, Lunularia and their Mucoromycotina fine root endophyte fungal symbionts

Isotope tracing data for 14C, 15N and 33P tracing between plants and symbiotic fungi in Lycopdiella inundata, Anthoceros and Phaeoceros sp. and Lunularia cruciata. All plants tested and traced in atmospheric CO2 conditions of 440 ppm [CO2] and 800 ppm [CO2]. Datasets includes total mass of plants and soils, Bq in each component of experimental systems and values in Bq and mg where appropriate.
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Nitrogen
Phosphorus
Carbon dioxide
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Carbon
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creation: 2024-03-12
2019-06-01 - 2023-11-30
University of Sheffield
Katie Field
School of Biosciences, Sheffield, S10 2TN
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British Geological Survey
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Wild-collected plants were collected from field sites within the UK and grown in pots with in-growth mesh-covered cores (described in Hoysted et al., 2019; 2021) in atmospheric [CO2] of 440 ppm and 800 ppm. Isotope tracers were supplied to fungi as 33P-orthophosphate and 15N-ammonium chloride and measured in plant materials. 14C was supplied to plants as 14CO2 gas which plants were allowed to fix over an entire photoperiod and the fate of labelled photosynthates traced into fungi within the soil. Methods are described in full in: Hoysted, G.A., Jacob, A.S., Kowal, J., Giesemann, P., Bidartondo, M.I., Duckett, J.G., Gebauer, G., Rimington, W.R., Schornack, S., Pressel, S. and Field, K.J., 2019. Mucoromycotina fine root endophyte fungi form nutritional mutualisms with vascular plants. Plant Physiology, 181(2), pp.565-577. Hoysted, G.A., Kowal, J., Pressel, S., Duckett, J.G., Bidartondo, M.I. and Field, K.J., 2021. Carbon for nutrient exchange between Lycopodiella inundata and Mucoromycotina fine root endophytes is unresponsive to high atmospheric CO 2. Mycorrhiza, 31, pp.431-440.
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1400f612-450c-046b-e063-0937940a18b5
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2024-04-08

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