Leaf morphology in genus Quercus responds to climate but is modulated by phylogeny
We include raw data corresponding to the paper; Leaf morphology in genus Quercus responds to climate but is modulated by phylogeny. Morphological data.xlsx: Measurements of the four quantitative traits (LA, LW, ILB and LMA) and four qualitative traits (Pubescence, Shape, Apex, Margin) LA: Leaf Area, expressed in cm2. LW: Lenght-Width ratio, dimensionless. ILB: Index of Lobulation, expressed as [Perimeter/square root of Area], dimensionless. LMA: dry Leaf Mass per Area, expresed as [dry weight/leaf area], expressed in g/m2. Pubescence: Glabrous, Pubescent or Densely Pubescent Shape: Elliptic, Obovate, Oblong, Lanceolate, Ovate or Circular. Apex: Acute, Acuminate, Rounded or Straight Margin: Entire, Lobated, Serrate, Dentate, Undulate, Spinose or Crenate. Climatic data.csv: Average Worldclim variables for each species used in the climatic PCA. See https://www.worldclim.org/data/bioclim.html por further details. "bio20" was calculated ex profeso for the paper as a result of BIO16 minus BIO17.