datasetposted on 08.11.2019 by Michelle Nordkvist, Maartje Klapwijk, Lars Edenius, Jonathan Gershenzon, Axel Schmidt, Christer Björkman
Datasets usually provide raw data for analysis. This raw data often comes in spreadsheet form, but can be any collection of data, on which analysis can be performed.
Data file consisting of five (5) sheets of data. Sheet 1: Female cocoon weights (mg). Sheet 2: Body weight (mg) and egg load for a subsample of the females. Sheet 3: Needle nitrogen and carbon content as well as carbon-nitrogen (CN) ratio. Sheet 4: Needle CN-ratio and female cocoon weight per tree. Sheet 5: Needle di-terpene content and female cocoon weight per tree. All sheets also contains the following columns: Tree_id = id numbers for individual trees, Browsing = column denoting which experimental browsing treatment used, Site = experimental site, Block = experimental blocks within sites. Browsing treatments: A_control = un-clipped control trees, Browsed = naturally browsed trees, Clipped = trees clipped to mimic browsing.