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Table 1 Characteristics of the 13 tree species from the karst area of southwestern China included in this study

From: Do karst woody plants control xylem tension to avoid substantial xylem cavitation in the wet season?

Species Family Leaf phenology Location Site
Alangium chinense (Lour.) Harms subsp. chinense Alangiaceae D HJ HJ
Carpinus pubescens Burkill Betulaceae D PD PD
Daphniphyllum oldhami (Hemsl.) Rosenth. Daphniphyllaceae E PD PD
Ficusbenguetensis Merrill Moraceae E HJ HJ
Itea chinensis Hook. & Arn. Saxifragaceae E PD PD
Ligustrum lucidum W. T. Aiton Oleaceae E PD PD
Lindera communis Hemsl. Lauraceae E PD PD
Lithocarpus glaber (Thunb.) Nakai Fagaceae E PD PD
Mallotus japonicus (L. f.) Müll. var. floccosus Euphorbiaceae D HJ HJ
Picrasma quassioides (D. Don) Bennett Simaroubaceae D HJ HJ
Platycarya longipes Wu Juglandaceae D PD PD
Sapium sebiferum (L.) Roxb. Euphorbiaceae D HJ HJ
Stachyurus obovatus (Rehder) Handel-Mazzetti Stachyuraceae E PD PD
  1. D Winter deciduous, E Evergreen, HJ Huajiang site, PD Puding site