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Plant–herbivore interactions affect the initial direction of community changes in an ecosystem manipulation experiment
Plant–herbivore interactions affect the initial direction of community changes in an ecosystem manipulation experiment
Page Count:8

Abstract

The lack of data on the combined effects of livestock species and grazing intensity makes it difficult to propose recommendations for the management of biodiversity and production in grassland ecosystems. We therefore divided a fertile...

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Plant–flower visitor interaction webs: Temporal stability and pollinator specialization increases along an experimental plant diversity gradient
Plant–flower visitor interaction webs: Temporal stability and pollinator specialization increases along an experimental plant diversity gradient
Page Count:9

Abstract

Although most plants benefit from pollen vectors, very little information exists about how plant...

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Seed mass and dormancy of annual plant populations and communities decreases with aridity and rainfall predictability
Seed mass and dormancy of annual plant populations and communities decreases with aridity and rainfall predictability
Page Count:10

Abstract

Several theoretical and empirical studies have examined the influence of environmental conditions on seed...

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Biodiversity values of abandoned teak, Tectona grandis plantations in southern Western Ghats: Is there a need for management intervention
Biodiversity values of abandoned teak, Tectona grandis plantations in southern Western Ghats: Is there a need for management intervention
Page Count:10

Abstract

Abandoned plantations could potentially support a large number of native tree species through succession...

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Climate change and longterm patch dynamics of a perennial herb
Climate change and longterm patch dynamics of a perennial herb
Page Count:9

Abstract

Many perennial herbs are patchily distributed across the landscape. How such patch systems change...

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Seed dispersal by carnivorous mammals into burnt forests: An opportunity for non-indigenous and cultivated plant species
Seed dispersal by carnivorous mammals into burnt forests: An opportunity for non-indigenous and cultivated plant species
Page Count:8

Abstract

Some species of carnivorous mammals are important seed dispersers of wild, cultivated and ornamental...

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Species specific responses of common grassland plants to a generalist root herbivore (Agriotes spp. larvae)
Species specific responses of common grassland plants to a generalist root herbivore (Agriotes spp. larvae)
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Insect root herbivores can alter plant community structure by affecting the competitive ability of single plants. Our study aims at increasing knowledge on the impact of click beetle larvae (Elateridae, genusAgriotes) on grassland plant communities,...

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Evaluating pollen flow indicators for an insect-pollinated plant species
Evaluating pollen flow indicators for an insect-pollinated plant species
Page Count:7

Abstract

For insect-pollinated plant species, reproductive success and genetic exchange via the transfer of pollen...

9
Unequal salt distribution in the root zone increases growth and yield of cotton
Unequal salt distribution in the root zone increases growth and yield of cotton
Page Count:10

Abstract

Soil salinity is often heterogeneous, yet plant response to unequal salt distribution (USD) in...

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Effects of compaction during drilling on yield of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.)
Effects of compaction during drilling on yield of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.)
Page Count:10

Abstract

Excessive soil compaction can reduce crop growth, but compaction can also have positive effects,...

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Effects of water supply on carbon and water exchange of olive trees
Effects of water supply on carbon and water exchange of olive trees
Page Count:10

Abstract

Little information is available on carbon exchange of olive orchards despite their agronomical and ecological importance. Measurements of CO2�and water vapour exchange were performed during 2006 and 2007 with large closed chambers in an olive...

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Soybean isoflavone patterns in main stem and branches as affected by water and nitrogen supply
Soybean isoflavone patterns in main stem and branches as affected by water and nitrogen supply
Page Count:10

Abstract

Several isoflavones, such as genistein, daidzein, and their glucosyl and malonyl forms were detected...

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Climatic suitability of the distribution of the winter wheat cultivation zone in China
Climatic suitability of the distribution of the winter wheat cultivation zone in China
Page Count:10

Abstract

Winter wheat is one of major grain crops in China. To scientifically map cropping...

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Analysis of germination data from agricultural experiments
Analysis of germination data from agricultural experiments
Page Count:6

Abstract

Expensive agricultural experiments deserve to be analyzed as efficiently as possible by extracting as...

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Changes in soil quality and plant available water capacity following systems re-design on commercial vegetable farms
Changes in soil quality and plant available water capacity following systems re-design on commercial vegetable farms
Page Count:10

Abstract

Loss of ecological functions due to soil degradation impacts viability of crop production systems...

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Effects of NaCl salinity and water stress on growth and leaf water relations of Asteriscus maritimus plants
Effects of NaCl salinity and water stress on growth and leaf water relations of Asteriscus maritimus plants
Page Count:11

Abstract

Potted plants of�Asteriscus maritimus�(L.)�Less�were submitted to water stress (during two consecutive cycles, irrigation water...

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Genetic Engineering for Salinity Stress Tolerance
Genetic Engineering for Salinity Stress Tolerance
Page Count:10

Abstract

Multiple biotic and abiotic environmental factors may constitute stresses that affect plant growth and...