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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 67, Number 3, 1 September 2012

Plant functional traits and nutrient gradients on grassland
pp. 305-319(15)
Authors: Schellberg, J.; Pontes, L. da S.

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Assessing the potential for nutrient leaching from beneath grazed leguminous swards at four European sites
pp. 320-336(17)
Authors: Sulas, L.; Piluzza, G.; Rochon, J.J.; Goby, J.P.; Greef, J.M.; Sölter, U.; Headon, D.; Scholefield, D.

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Biomass production and nutrient removal by tropical grasses subsurface drip‐irrigated with dairy effluent
pp. 337-349(13)
Authors: Valencia‐Gica, R. B.; Yost, R. S.; Porter, G.

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Interactions between elevated atmospheric CO2 and defoliation on North American rangeland plant species at low and high N availability
pp. 350-360(11)
Authors: LeCain, D. R.; Morgan, J. A.; Hutchinson, G. L.; Reeder, J. D.; Dijkstra, F. A.

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Foam stability of leaves from anthocyanidin‐accumulating Lc‐alfalfa and relation to molecular structures detected by fourier‐transformed infrared‐vibration spectroscopy
pp. 369-381(13)
Authors: Jonker, A.; Gruber, M. Y.; Wang, Y.; Coulman, B.; McKinnon, J. J.; Christensen, D. A.; Yu, P.

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Beneficial effects of Neotyphodium tembladerae and Neotyphodium pampeanum on a wild forage grass
pp. 382-390(9)
Authors: Iannone, L. J.; Pinget, A. D.; Nagabhyru, P.; Schardl, C. L.; De Battista, J. P.

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The effect of dicyandiamide on pasture nitrate concentration, yield and N offtake under high N loading in winter and spring
pp. 391-402(12)
Authors: Moir, J. L.; Malcolm, B. J.; Cameron, K. C.; Di, H. J.

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Evaluation of tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea) as a forage for sheep in the temperate high‐rainfall zone of south‐eastern Australia
pp. 411-425(15)
Authors: Raeside, M. C.; Friend, M. A.; Behrendt, R.; Lawson, A. R.; Clark, S. G.

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Malondialdehyde content as a potential biochemical indicator of tolerant Cenchrus ciliaris L. genotypes under heat stress treatment
pp. 456-459(4)
Authors: Tommasino, E.; Griffa, S.; Grunberg, K.; Ribotta, A.; López Colomba, E.; Carloni, E.; Quiroga, M.; Luna, C. M.

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