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    1. Salemaa, M; Uotila, T
      Seed bank composition and seedling survival in forest soil polluted with heavy metals

      BASIC AND APPLIED ECOLOGY
    2. Cruz, A; Moreno, JM
      Lignotuber size of Erica australis and its relationship with soil resources

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    3. Alonso, I; Hartley, SE; Thurlow, M
      Competition between heather and grasses on Scottish moorlands: Interactingeffects of nutrient enrichment and grazing regime

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    4. Crowell, MD; Lane, SN
      Evaluating interactions between soil drainage and seedling performance in a restoration of Pinus sylvestris woodland, Scotland

      GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY
    5. Swengel, AB
      A literature review of insect responses to fire, compared to other conservation managements of open habitat

      BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
    6. Anglade, JY; Bigot, L
      First determination of arthropod assemblages associated with Erica arboreaL. and Erica scoparia L.

      COMPTES RENDUS DE L ACADEMIE DES SCIENCES SERIE III-SCIENCES DE LA VIE-LIFE SCIENCES
    7. Saebo, A; Haland, A; Skre, O; Mortensen, LM
      Influence of nitrogen and winter climate stresses on Calluna vulgaris (L.)Hull

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    8. Miller, GR; Cummins, RP
      Geographic variation in seed-setting by heather (Calluna vulgaris (L.) Hull) in the Scottish Highlands

      JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY
    9. Bannister, P; Polwart, A
      The frost resistance of ericoid heath plants in the British Isles in relation to their biogeography

      JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY
    10. Salemaa, M; Vanha-Majamaa, I; Derome, J
      Understorey vegetation along a heavy-metal pollution gradient in SW Finland

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    11. McQuilken, MP; Hopkins, KE
      Sources, survival and management of Pestalotiopsis sydowiana on Calluna vulgaris nurseries

      CROP PROTECTION
    12. Cairney, JWG; Van Leerdam, DM; Chen, DM
      Metal insensitivity in ericoid mycorrhizal endophytes from Woollsia pungens (Epacridaceae)

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    13. Pitcairn, CER; Leith, ID; Fowler, D; Hargreaves, KJ; Moghaddam, M; Kennedy, VH; Granat, L
      Foliar nitrogen as an indicator of nitrogen deposition and critical loads exceedance on a European scale

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    14. Leith, ID; Sheppard, LJ; Pitcairn, CER; Cape, JN; Hill, PW; Kennedy, VH; Tang, YS; Smith, RI; Fowler, D
      Comparison of the effects of wet N deposition (NH4Cl) and dry N deposition(NH3) on UK moorland species

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    15. Johansson, M
      Fungal associations of Danish Calluna vulgaris roots with special reference to ericoid mycorrhiza

      PLANT AND SOIL
    16. Ladekarl, UL; Nornberg, P; Rasmussen, KR; Nielsen, KE; Hansen, B
      Effects of a heather beetle attack on soil moisture and water balance at aDanish heathland

      PLANT AND SOIL
    17. Genney, DR; Hartley, SH; Alexander, IJ
      Arbuscular mycorrhizal colonization increases with host density in a heathland community

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    18. Sharples, JM; Meharg, AA; Chambers, SM; Cairney, JWG
      Arsenate resistance in the ericoid mycorrhizal fungus Hymenoscyphus ericae

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    19. Taylor, K; Rowland, AP; Jones, HE
      Molinia caerulea (L.) Moench

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    20. Smith, AA; Redpath, SM; Campbell, ST; Thirgood, SJ
      Meadow pipits, red grouse and the habitat characteristics of managed grouse moors

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY
    21. Degn, HJ
      Succession from farmland to heathland: a case for conservation of nature and historic farming methods

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    22. Hughes, PDM
      A reappraisal of the mechanisms leading to ombrotrophy in British raised mires

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    23. Coquillard, P; Gueugnot, J; Michalet, R; Carnat, AP; L'Homme, G
      Heathlands functioning in a perspective of climate warming - Estimation ofparameters, elements for discrete event simulation

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    24. Valbuena, L; Tarrega, R; Luis-Calabuig, E
      Seed banks of Erica australis and Calluna vulgaris in a heathland subjected to experimental fire

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    25. Nordbakken, JF
      Fine-scale persistence of boreal bog plants

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    26. Shepherd, MJ; Anderson, JM; Bol, R; Allen, DK
      Incorporation of N-15 from spiked cattle dung pats into soil under two moorland plant communities

      RAPID COMMUNICATIONS IN MASS SPECTROMETRY
    27. Jansa, J; Vosatka, M
      In vitro and post vitro inoculation of micropropagated Rhododendrons with ericoid mycorrhizal fungi

      APPLIED SOIL ECOLOGY
    28. El-Kahloun, M; Boeye, D; Verhagen, B; Van Haesebroeck, V
      A comparison of the nutrient status of Molinia caerulea and neighbouring vegetation in a rich fen.

      BELGIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    29. Frankl, R; Schmeidl, H
      Vegetation change in a South German raised bog: Ecosystem engineering by plant species, vegetation switch or ecosystem level feedback mechanisms

      FLORA
    30. Birch, CPD; Vuichard, N; Werkman, BR
      Modelling the effects of patch size on vegetation dynamics: Bracken [Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn] under grazing

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    31. Monni, S; Salemaa, M; White, C; Tuittila, E; Huopalainen, M
      Copper resistance of Calluna vulgaris originating from the pollution gradient of a Cu-Ni smelter, in southwest Finland

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    32. Bartolome, J; Franch, J; Plaixats, J; Seligman, NG
      Grazing alone is not enough to maintain landscape diversity in the Montseny Biosphere Reserve

      AGRICULTURE ECOSYSTEMS & ENVIRONMENT
    33. Franzaring, J; Tonneijck, AEG; Kooijman, AWN; Dueck, TA
      Growth responses to ozone in plant species from wetlands

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    34. Caporn, SJM; Ashenden, TW; Lee, JA
      The effect of exposure to NO2 and SO2 on frost hardiness in Calluna vulgaris

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    35. Meharg, AA; Cairney, JWG
      Co-evolution of mycorrhizal symbionts and their hosts to metal-contaminated environments

      ADVANCES IN ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH, VOL 30
    36. Nielsen, KE; Hansen, B; Ladekarl, UL; Nornberg, P
      Effects of N-deposition on ion trapping by B-horizons of Danish heathlands

      PLANT AND SOIL
    37. Bullock, JM; Clarke, RT
      Long distance seed dispersal by wind: measuring and modelling the tail of the curve

      OECOLOGIA
    38. Johansson, M
      The influence of ammonium nitrate on the root growth and ericoid mycorrhizal colonization of Calluna vulgaris (L.) Hull from a Danish heathland

      OECOLOGIA
    39. Vralstad, T; Fossheim, T; Schumacher, T
      Piceirhiza bicolorata - the ectomycorrhizal expression of the Hymenoscyphus ericae aggregate?

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    40. Britton, AJ; Carey, PD; Pakeman, RJ; Marrs, RH
      A comparison of regeneration dynamics following gap creation at two geographically contrasting heathland sites

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY
    41. Bokdam, J; Gleichman, JM
      Effects of grazing by free-ranging cattle on vegetation dynamics in a continental north-west European heathland

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY
    42. Sedlakova, I; Chytry, M
      Regeneration patterns in a Central European dry heathland: effects of burning, sod-cutting and cutting

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    43. Pakeman, RJ; Cummins, RP; Miller, GR; Roy, DB
      Potential climatic control of seedbank density

      SEED SCIENCE RESEARCH
    44. Kristensen, HL; McCarty, GW
      Mineralization and immobilization of nitrogen in heath soil under intact Calluna, after heather beetle infestation and nitrogen fertilization

      APPLIED SOIL ECOLOGY
    45. Mahy, G; Jacquemart, AL
      Early inbreeding depression and pollen competition in Calluna vulgaris (L.) Hull.

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    46. Norbaek, R; Nielsen, JK; Kondo, T
      Flavonoids from flowers of two Crocus chrysanthus-biflorus cultivars: "Eye-catcher" and "Spring Pearl" (Iridaceae)

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    47. Gordon, C; Woodin, SJ; Alexander, IJ; Mullins, CE
      Effects of increased temperature, drought and nitrogen supply on two upland perennials of contrasting functional type: Calluna vulgaris and Pteridiumaquilinum

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    48. Carroll, JA; Caporn, SJM; Cawley, L; Read, DJ; Lee, JA
      The effect of increased deposition of atmospheric nitrogen on Calluna vulgaris in upland Britain

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    49. Mahy, G; Ennos, RA; Jacquemart, AL
      Allozyme variation and genetic structure of Calluna vulgaris (heather) populations in Scotland: the effect of postglacial recolonization

      HEREDITY
    50. Milligan, AL; Putwain, PD; Marrs, RH
      A laboratory assessment of the relative susceptibility of Molinia caerulea(L.) Moench and Calluna vulgaris (L.) Hull to a range of herbicides

      ANNALS OF APPLIED BIOLOGY
    51. SALT DT; MOODY SA; WHITTAKER JB; PAUL ND
      EFFECTS OF ENHANCED UVB ON POPULATIONS OF THE PHLOEM FEEDING INSECT STROPHINGIA-ERICAE (HOMOPTERA, PSYLLOIDEA) ON HEATHER (CALLUNA-VULGARIS)

      Global change biology
    52. Haysom, KA; Coulson, JC
      The Lepidoptera fauna associated with Calluna vulgaris: effects of plant architecture on abundance and diversity

      ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    53. Johnson, D; Leake, JR; Lee, JA; Campbell, CD
      Changes in soil microbial biomass and microbial activities in response to 7 years simulated pollutant nitrogen deposition on a heathland and two grasslands

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    54. Power, SA; Ashmore, MR; Cousins, DA
      Impacts and fate of experimentally enhanced nitrogen deposition on a British lowland heath

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    55. CHOSSON E; CHABOUD A; CHULIA AJ; RAYNAUD J
      DIHYDROFLAVONOL GLYCOSIDES FROM RHODODENDRON FERRUGINEUM

      Phytochemistry
    56. Hetherington, SL; Anderson, JM
      Lignin signatures show the effects of changes in heather and bracken coveron the composition of organic matter in a moorland soil profile

      OECOLOGIA
    57. KERSLAKE JE; WOODIN SJ; HARTLEY SE
      EFFECTS OF CARBON-DIOXIDE AND NITROGEN ENRICHMENT ON A PLANT-INSECT INTERACTION - THE QUALITY OF CALLUNA-VULGARIS AS A HOST FOR OPEROPHTERA-BRUMATA

      New phytologist
    58. POWER SA; ASHMORE MR; COUSINS DA; SHEPPARD LJ
      EFFECTS OF NITROGEN ADDITION ON THE STRESS SENSITIVITY OF CALLUNA-VULGARIS

      New phytologist
    59. BARTOLOME J; FRANCH J; PLAIXATS J; SELIGMAN NG
      DIET SELECTION BY SHEEP AND GOATS ON MEDITERRANEAN HEATH-WOODLAND RANGE

      Journal of range management
    60. Webb, NR
      The traditional management of European heathlands

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY
    61. Davy, AJ; Dunsford, SJ; Free, AJ
      Acidifying peat as an aid to the reconstruction of lowland heath on arablesoil: lysimeter experiments

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY
    62. Dunsford, SJ; Free, AJ; Davy, AJ
      Acidifying peat as an aid to the reconstruction of lowland heath on arablesoil: a field experiment

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY
    63. Hester, AJ; Baillie, GJ
      Spatial and temporal patterns of heather use by sheep and red deer within natural heather/grass mosaics

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY
    64. MAHY G; JACQUEMART AL
      MATING SYSTEM OF CALLUNA-VULGARIS - SELF-STERILITY AND OUTCROSSING ESTIMATIONS

      Canadian journal of botany
    65. Mahy, C; De Sloover, J; Jacquemart, AL
      The generalist pollination system and reproductive success of Calluna vulgaris in the Upper Ardenne

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    66. PETTITT TR; FINLAY AR; SCOTT MA; DAVIES EM
      DEVELOPMENT OF A SYSTEM SIMULATING COMMERCIAL PRODUCTION CONDITIONS FOR ASSESSING THE POTENTIAL SPREAD OF PHYTOPHTHORA-CRYPTOGEA ROOT-ROT OF HARDY NURSERY STOCK IN RECIRCULATING IRRIGATION WATER

      Annals of Applied Biology
    67. ALONSO I; HARTLEY SE
      EFFECTS OF NUTRIENT SUPPLY, LIGHT AVAILABILITY AND HERBIVORY ON THE GROWTH OF HEATHER AND 3 COMPETING GRASS SPECIES

      Plant ecology
    68. DEGRAAF MCC; BOBBINK R; ROELOFS JGM; VERBEEK PJM
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF AMMONIUM AND NITRATE ON 3 HEATHLAND SPECIES

      Plant ecology
    69. DEAN WRJ; MILTON SJ; KLOTZ S
      THE ROLE OF ANT NEST-MOUNDS IN MAINTAINING SMALL-SCALE PATCHINESS IN DRY GRASSLANDS IN CENTRAL GERMANY

      Biodiversity and conservation
    70. MAHY G; NEVE G
      THE APPLICATION OF SPATIAL AUTOCORRELATION METHODS TO THE STUDY OF CALLUNA-VULGARIS POPULATION-GENETICS

      Belgian journal of botany
    71. HUANG Y; EGLINTON G; INESON P; LATTER PM; BOL R; HARKNESS DD
      ABSENCE OF CARBON-ISOTOPE FRACTIONATION OF INDIVIDUAL N-ALKANES IN A 23-YEAR FIELD DECOMPOSITION EXPERIMENT WITH CALLUNA-VULGARIS

      Organic geochemistry
    72. DEGRAAF MCC; BOBBINK R; VERBEEK PJM; ROELOFS JGM
      ALUMINUM TOXICITY AND TOLERANCE IN 3 HEATHLAND SPECIES

      Water, air and soil pollution
    73. MAHY G; VEKEMANS X; JACQUEMART A; DESLOOVER JR
      ALLOZYME DIVERSITY AND GENETIC-STRUCTURE IN SOUTH-WESTERN POPULATIONSOF HEATHER, CALLUNA-VULGARIS

      New phytologist
    74. WHITEHEAD SJ; CAPORN SJM; PRESS MC
      EFFECTS OF ELEVATED CO2, NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS ON THE GROWTH AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS OF 2 UPLAND PERENNIALS - CALLUNA-VULGARIS AND PTERIDIUM-AQUILINUM

      New phytologist
    75. FOOT JP; CAPORN SJM; LEE JA; ASHENDEN TW
      EVIDENCE THAT OZONE EXPOSURE INCREASES THE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF PLANTS TO NATURAL FROSTING EPISODES

      New phytologist
    76. PYWELL RF; PUTWAIN PD; WEBB NR
      THE DECLINE OF HEATHLAND SEED POPULATIONS FOLLOWING THE CONVERSION TOAGRICULTURE

      Journal of Applied Ecology
    77. FRASER MD; GORDON IJ
      THE DIET OF GOATS, RED DEER AND SOUTH-AMERICAN CAMELIDS FEEDING ON 3 CONTRASTING SCOTTISH UPLAND VEGETATION COMMUNITIES

      Journal of Applied Ecology
    78. FRASER MD; GORDON IJ
      ORGANIC-MATTER INTAKE, DIET DIGESTIBILITY AND FEEDING-BEHAVIOR OF GOATS, RED DEER AND SOUTH-AMERICAN CAMELIDS FEEDING ON 3 CONTRASTING SCOTTISH VEGETATION COMMUNITIES

      Journal of Applied Ecology
    79. ANGOLD PG
      THE IMPACT OF A ROAD UPON ADJACENT HEATHLAND VEGETATION - EFFECTS ON PLANT-SPECIES COMPOSITION

      Journal of Applied Ecology
    80. MCQUILKEN MP; LITTERICK AM; HOPKINS KE
      EVALUATION OF FUNGICIDES AGAINST PESTALOTIOPSIS SYDOWIANA ON CALLUNA-VULGARIS AND RHODODENDRON

      Annals of Applied Biology
    81. PEROTTO S; ACTISPERINO E; PERUGINI J; BONFANTE P
      MOLECULAR DIVERSITY OF FUNGI FROM ERICOID MYCORRHIZAL ROOTS

      Molecular ecology
    82. MURRAY AH; IASON GR; STEWART C
      EFFECT OF SIMPLE PHENOLIC-COMPOUNDS OF HEATHER (CALLUNA-VULGARIS) ON RUMEN MICROBIAL ACTIVITY IN-VITRO

      Journal of chemical ecology
    83. WHITE CC; DAWOD AM; CRESSER MS
      NITROGEN ACCUMULATION IN SURFACE HORIZONS OF MOORLAND PODZOLS - EVIDENCE FROM A SCOTTISH SURVEY

      Science of the total environment
    84. HEIL GW; VANDEURSEN WPA
      SEARCHING FOR PATTERNS AND PROCESSES - MODELING OF VEGETATION DYNAMICS WITH GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION-SYSTEMS AND REMOTE-SENSING

      Acta botanica neerlandica
    85. ROGERS GM; LEATHWICK JR
      NORTH-ISLAND SERAL TUSSOCK GRASSLANDS .3. THE INFLUENCE OF HEATHER (CALLUNA-VULGARIS) ON RATES OF CHANGE FROM TUSSOCK GRASSLAND TO SHRUBLAND

      New Zealand Journal of Botany
    86. FOOT JP; CAPORN SJM; LEE JA; ASHENDEN TW
      THE EFFECT OF LONG-TERM OZONE FUMIGATION ON THE GROWTH, PHYSIOLOGY AND FROST SENSITIVITY OF CALLUNA-VULGARIS

      New phytologist
    87. BRAGAZZA L; GERDOL R
      RESPONSE SURFACES OF PLANT-SPECIES ALONG WATER-TABLE DEPTH AND PH GRADIENTS IN A POOR MIRE ON THE SOUTHERN ALPS (ITALY)

      Annales botanici Fennici
    88. SEGULJA N; HRSAK V
      SOME VEGETATION AND HABITAT FEATURES ON THE PERMANENT PLOT-84 - PLITVICE-LAKES-NATIONAL-PARK, CROATIA

      Acta oecologica
    89. HASHEM AR
      THE ROLE OF MYCORRHIZAL INFECTION IN THE TOLERANCE OF VACCINIUM MACROCARPON TO IRON

      Mycorrhiza
    90. MCFERRAN DM; MCADAM JH; MONTGOMERY WI
      THE IMPACT OF BURNING AND GRAZING OF HEATHLAND PLANTS AND INVERTEBRATES IN COUNTRY ANTRIM

      Biology and environment
    91. TUNON H; OLAVSDOTTER C; BOHLIN L
      EVALUATION OF ANTIINFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY OF SOME SWEDISH MEDICINAL-PLANTS - INHIBITION OF PROSTAGLANDIN BIOSYNTHESIS AND PAF-INDUCED EXOCYTOSIS

      Journal of ethnopharmacology
    92. LITTLE B; DAVISON M; JARDINE D
      MERLINS FALCO-COLUMBARIUS IN KIELDER-FOREST - INFLUENCES OF HABITAT ON BREEDING PERFORMANCE

      Forest ecology and management
    93. LITTERICK AM; MCQUILKEN MP; HOLMES SJ
      SOURCES OF RHIZOCTONIA SPECIES IN ERICACEOUS PLANT NURSERIES

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz
    94. FIELDING CA; COULSON JC
      A TEST OF THE VALIDITY OF INSECT FOOD-PLANT AND LIFE-HISTORY RECORDS - LEPIDOPTERA ON HEATHER (CALLUNA-VULGARIS)

      Ecological entomology
    95. HARTLEY SE; GARDNER SM
      THE RESPONSE OF PHILAENUS-SPUMARIUS (HOMOPTERA, CERCOPIDAE) TO FERTILIZING AND SHADING ITS MOORLAND HOST-PLANT (CALLUNA-VULGARIS)

      Ecological entomology
    96. COQUILLARD P
      SIMULATION OF THE CYCLICAL PROCESS OF HEATHLANDS - INDUCTION OF MOSAIC STRUCTURES, EVOLUTION TO IRREVERSIBLE STATES

      Ecological modelling
    97. MENDOZA RE; COLLANTES MB; ANCHORENA J; CAINZOS S
      EFFECTS OF LIMING AND FERTILIZATION ON FORAGE YIELD AND VEGETATION INDRY HEATH SOILS FROM TIERRA-DEL-FUEGO

      Journal of plant nutrition
    98. CHULIA AJ; BENNINI B; KAOUADJI M; ALLAIS DP; DELAGE C
      2 FLAVONOL CONJUGATES FROM ERICA-CINEREA

      Journal of natural products
    99. IASON GR; HODGSON J; BARRY TN
      VARIATION IN CONDENSED TANNIN CONCENTRATION OF A TEMPERATE GRASS (HOLCUS-LANATUS) IN RELATION TO SEASON AND REPRODUCTIVE DEVELOPMENT

      Journal of chemical ecology
    100. POWER SA; ASHMORE MR; COUSINS DA; AINSWORTH N
      LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF ENHANCED NITROGEN DEPOSITION ON A LOWLAND DRY HEATH IN SOUTHERN BRITAIN

      Water, air and soil pollution


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