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Patterns of growth in Aechmea magdalenae (Bromeliaceae) and its potential as a forest crop and conservation strategy
Ticktin T.; Johns T.; Chapol Xoca V.
Model simulation of effects of changes in climate and atmospheric CO2 and O3 on tuber yield potential of potato (cv. Bintje) in the European Union
Wolf J.; Van Oijen M.
Biodiversity 'hot spots' for bryophytes in landscapes dominated by agriculture in Austria
Zechmeister H.G.; Tribsch A.; Moser D.; Peterseil J.; Wrbka T.
The impact of interpolated daily temperature data on landscape-wide predictions of invertebrate pest phenology
Jarvis C.H.; Baker R.H.A.; Morgan D.
Integrated apple pest management in New York State using predatory mites and selective pesticides
Agnello A.M.; Reissig W.H.; Kovach J.; Nyrop J.P.
Enhancement of Rotylenchulus reniformis suppressiveness by Crotalaria juncea amendment in pineapple soils
Wang K.-H.; Sipes B.S.; Schmitt D.P.
Remote sensing of regional crop production in the Yaqui Valley, Mexico: estimates and uncertainties
Lobell D.B.; Asner G.P.; Ortiz-Monasterio J.I.; Benning T.L.
Localisation of UK food production: an analysis using land area and energy as indicators
Cowell S.J.; Parkinson S.
Influence of natural essential oils and their by-products as nitrification retarders in regulating nitrogen utilization for Japanese mint in sandy loam soils of subtropical central India
Kiran U.; Patra D.D.
Natural Gain-In the Grazing Lands of Southern Australia - David F. Smith (Ed.); UNSW Press, Sydney, 2000, 225 pages, paperback, AU$ 29.95. ISBN 0-86840-563-9
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