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    1. Joshi, J; Schmid, B; Caldeira, MC; Dimitrakopoulos, PG; Good, J; Harris, R; Hector, A; Huss-Danell, K; Jumpponen, A; Minns, A; Mulder, CPH; Pereira, JS; Prinz, A; Scherer-Lorenzen, M; Terry, AC; Troumbis, AY; Lawton, JH
      Local adaptation enhances performance of common plant species

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    2. Harmens, H; Marshall, C; Stirling, CM; Farrar, JF
      Partitioning and efficiency of use of N in Dactylis glomerata as affected by elevated CO2: Interaction with N supply

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    3. Rakhmankulova, ZF; Ramazanova, GA; Mustafina, AR; Usmanov, IY
      Assessment of the respiratory costs of adaptation in plant species that differ in their responses to insufficient and excessive mineral nutrition

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Reigosa, MJ; Gonzalez, L; Sanches-Moreiras, A; Duran, B; Puime, D; Fernandez, DA; Bolano, JC
      Comparison of physiological effects of allelochemicals and commercial herbicides

      ALLELOPATHY JOURNAL
    5. Campbell, AW; Guy, PL
      Cocksfoot mottle virus spreads to the South Island of New Zealand

      AUSTRALASIAN PLANT PATHOLOGY
    6. Cho, MJ; Choi, HW; Lemaux, PG
      Transformed T-o orchardgrass (Dactylis glomerata L.) plants produced from highly regenerative tissues derived from mature seeds

      PLANT CELL REPORTS
    7. Tchorbadjieva, M; Odjakova, MK
      An acidic esterase as a biochemical marker for somatic embryogenesis in orchardgrass (Dactylis glomerata L.) suspension cultures

      PLANT CELL REPORTS
    8. Novak, J
      Persistency of Dactylis glomerata in grassland

      ROSTLINNA VYROBA
    9. Tuma, J; Skalicky, M
      Magnesium content in individual parts of Avena sativa L. plant as related to magnesium nutrition

      ROSTLINNA VYROBA
    10. Toumi, L; Lumaret, R
      Allozyme characterisation of four Mediterranean evergreen oak species

      BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMATICS AND ECOLOGY
    11. Mosquera-Losada, MR; Lopez-Diaz, L; Rigueiro-Rodriguez, A
      Sewage sludge fertilisation of a silvopastoral system with pines in northwestern Spain

      AGROFORESTRY SYSTEMS
    12. Rossi, RE; Monasterolo, G; Monasterolo, S
      Measurement of IgE antibodies against purified grass-pollen allergens (Ph1p 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 11, and 12) in sera of patients allergic to grass pollen

      ALLERGY
    13. Scott, D
      Sustainability of New Zealand high-country pastures under contrasting development inputs. 7. Environmental gradients, plant species selection, and diversity

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    14. Bretagnolle, F
      Pollen production and spontaneous polyploidization in diploid populations of Anthoxanthum alpinum

      BIOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY
    15. Gibson, DJ; Newman, JA
      Festuca arundinacea Schreber (F. elatior L. ssp arundinacea (Schreber) Hackel)

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    16. Casler, MD; Fales, SL; Undersander, DJ; McElroy, AR
      Genetic progress from 40 years of orchardgrass breeding in North America measured under management-intensive rotational grazing

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCE
    17. Cayenberghs, E; Deckmyn, G; Ceulemans, R
      Decreased ultraviolet-B radiation alters the vertical biomass distributionin cocksfoot

      BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    18. Souto, XC; Bolano, JC; Gonzalez, L; Reigosa, MJ
      Allelopathic effects of tree species on some soil microbial populations and herbaceous plants

      BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    19. Pauli, G
      Evolution in the understanding of cross-reactivities of respiratory allergens: The role of recombinant allergens

      INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    20. Suphioglu, C
      What are the important allergens in grass pollen that are linked to human allergic disease?

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGY
    21. Suck, R; Hagen, S; Cromwell, O; Fiebig, H
      The high molecular mass allergen fraction of timothy grass pollen (Phleum pratense) between 50-60 kDa is comprised of two major allergens: Phl p 4 and Phl p 13

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGY
    22. Avery, AL; Michalk, DL; Thompson, RP; Ball, P; Prance, T; Harris, CA; FitzGerald, DW; Ayres, JF; Orchard, BA
      Effects of sheep grazing management on cocksfoot herbage mass and persistence in temperate environments

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AGRICULTURE
    23. Virgona, JM; Bowcher, A
      Effects of grazing interval on basal cover of four perennial grasses in a summer-dry environment

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AGRICULTURE
    24. Pauli, G; Deviller, P
      Recombinant allergens: application to diagnostic and therapeutic perspectives

      REVUE DES MALADIES RESPIRATOIRES
    25. Somleva, MN; Schmidt, EDL; de Vries, SC
      Embryogenic cells in Dactylis glomerata L. (Poaceae) explants identified by cell tracking and by SERK expression

      PLANT CELL REPORTS
    26. Harmens, H; Stirling, CM; Marshall, C; Farrar, JF
      Is partitioning of dry weight and leaf area within Dactylis glomerata affected by N and CO2 enrichment?

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    27. Lysak, MA; Rostkova, AR; Dixon, JM; Rossi, G; Dolezel, J
      Limited genome size variation in Sesleria albicans

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    28. Duru, M; Ducrocq, H
      Growth and senescence of the successive grass leaves on a tiller. Ontogenic development and effect of temperature

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    29. Somleva, M; Kapchina-Toteva, V; Alexieva, V; Sergiev, I; Karanov, E
      Novel physiological properties of two cytokinin antagonists

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    30. Rumball, W; Miller, JE; Claydon, RB
      'Grasslands Vision' cocksfoot (Dactylis glomerata L.)

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    31. Rumball, W; Miller, JE; Claydon, RB
      'Grasslands Excel' cocksfoot (Dactylis glomerata L.)

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    32. Hardy, OJ; Vanderhoeven, S; De Loose, M; Meerts, P
      Ecological, morphological and allozymic differentiation between diploid and tetraploid knapweeds (Centaurea jacea) from a contact zone in the BelgianArdennes

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    33. Scheurwater, I; Dunnebacke, M; Eising, R; Lambers, H
      Respiratory costs and rate of protein turnover in the roots of a fast-growing (Dactylis glomerata L.) and a slow-growing (Festuca ovina L.) grass species

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    34. Husband, BC; Schemske, DW
      Ecological mechanisms of reproductive isolation between diploid and tetraploid Chamerion angustifolium

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    35. Burton, TL; Husband, BC
      Fitness differences among diploids, tetraploids, and their triploid progeny in Chamerion angustifolium: Mechanisms of inviability and implications for polyploid evolution

      EVOLUTION
    36. Christie, BR; Bowley, SR
      Jay orchardgrass (vol 74, pg 339, 2000)

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCE
    37. Zebarth, BJ; McDougall, R; Neilsen, G; Neilsen, D
      Availability of nitrogen from municipal biosolids for dryland forage grass

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCE
    38. Henry, DA; Simpson, RJ; Macmillan, RH
      Seasonal changes and the effect of temperature and leaf moisture content on intrinsic shear strength of leaves of pasture grasses

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    39. Greilhuber, J; Baranyi, M
      Feulgen densitometry: Importance of a stringent hydrolysis regime

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    40. Cook, R; Mizen, KA; Person-Dedryver, F
      Resistance in ryegrasses, Lolium spp., to three European populations of the root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne naasi

      NEMATOLOGY
    41. Guerin, V; Geiger, S; Robic, D; Didierlaurent, A; Andre, C; Couarraze, G; Bourbouze, R
      Different characteristics of peptide-loaded poly(D,L-lactic-co-glycolic acid) microspheres from house dust mite and pollen allergens

      STP PHARMA SCIENCES
    42. Tilman, EA; Tilman, D; Crawley, MJ; Johnston, AE
      Biological weed control via nutrient competition: Potassium limitation of dandelions

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    43. Sahuquillo, E; Lumaret, R
      Chloroplast DNA variation in Dactylis glomerata L-taxa endemic to the Macaronesian islands

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    44. Stougaard, RN; Stivers, JI; Holen, DL
      Hoary cress (Cardaria draba) management with imazethapyr

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    45. Anderson, MW; Cunningham, PJ; Reed, KFM; Byron, A
      Perennial grasses of Mediterranean origin offer advantages for central western Victorian sheep pasture

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AGRICULTURE
    46. Duru, M; Ducrocq, H; Feuillerac, E
      Effect of defoliation regime and nitrogen supply on the phyllochron of cocksfoot

      COMPTES RENDUS DE L ACADEMIE DES SCIENCES SERIE III-SCIENCES DE LA VIE-LIFE SCIENCES
    47. Gauthier, P; Lumaret, R; Bedecarrats, A
      Genetic introgression between tetraploid Dactylis glomerata subspp. reichenbachii and glomerata in the French Alps. Insight from morphological and allozyme variation

      PLANT SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTION
    48. Gunn, S; Farrar, JF
      Effects of a 4 degrees C increase in temperature on partitioning of leaf area and dry mass, root respiration and carbohydrates

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    49. Petit, C; Thompson, JD
      Species diversity and ecological range in relation to ploidy level in the flora of the Pyrenees

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    50. Zeroual-Humbert-Droz, C; Felber, F
      Evidence from isozyme analysis of autopolyploidy in Anthoxanthum alpinum A. & D. Love

      BOTANICA HELVETICA
    51. Petit, C; Bretagnolle, F; Felber, F
      Evolutionary consequences of diploid-polyploid hybrid zones in wild species

      TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION
    52. Cirkovic, TD; Bukilica, MN; Gavrovic, MD; Vujcic, ZM; Petrovic, S; Jankov, RM
      Physicochemical and immunologic characterization of low molecular-weight allergoids of Dactylis glomerata pollen proteins

      ALLERGY
    53. Carlen, C; Kolliker, R; Nosberger, J
      Dry matter allocation and nitrogen productivity explain growth responses to photoperiod and temperature in forage grasses

      OECOLOGIA
    54. Scott, D
      Sustainability of New Zealand high-country pastures under contrasting development inputs. 1. Site, and shoot nutrients

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    55. Campbell, BD; Caradus, JR; Hunt, CL
      Temperature responses and nuclear DNA amounts of seven white clover populations which differ in early spring growth rates

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    56. Thomas, H; James, AR
      Partitioning of sugars in Lolium perenne (perennial ryegrass) during drought and on rewatering

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    57. Segraves, KA; Thompson, JN
      Plant polyploidy and pollination: Floral traits and insect visits to diploid and tetraploid Heuchera grossulariifolia

      EVOLUTION
    58. Kolliker, R; Stadelmann, FJ; Reidy, B; Nosberger, J
      Genetic variability of forage grass cultivars: A comparison of Festuca pratensis Huds., Lolium perenne L., and Dactylis glomerata L.

      EUPHYTICA
    59. May, KW; Willms, WD; Stout, DG; Coulman, B; Fairey, NA; Hall, JW
      Seed yield of three Bromus species native to western Canada

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCE
    60. Drapeau, R
      Three harvest management of orchardgrass (Dactylis glomerata L.) in the Mid-North agricultural areas of Eastern Canada.

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCE
    61. Gupta, SD
      Protein profiles of somatic embryos and regenerated plants from NaCl selected and control cultures of orchardgrass

      BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    62. BRITTAINLOUCAS H; BOWLEY SR; MCKERSIE BD
      CALLUS CONCENTRATION REGULATES SOMATIC EMBRYO PRODUCTION IN ORCHARDGRASS SUSPENSION-CULTURES

      In vitro cellular & developmental biology. Plant
    63. Kumar, L; Sridhara, S; Singh, BP; Gangal, SV
      Characterization of Cogon grass (Imperata cylindrica) pollen extract and preliminary analysis of grass group 1, 4 and 5 homologues using monoclonal antibodies to Phleum pratense

      INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    64. HAUGLAND E; HOLEN B; SKUTERUD R
      YIELD, FORAGE QUALITY AND HERBICIDE RESIDUES OF 4 GRASS SPECIES AFTERSPRING APPLICATION OF MCPA AND DICHLORPROP

      Acta agriculturae Scandinavica. Section B, Soil and plant science
    65. Reeves, G; Francis, D; Davies, MS; Rogers, HJ; Hodkinson, TR
      Genome size is negatively correlated with altitude in natural populations of Dactylis glomerata

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    66. BRETAGNOLLE F; FELBER F; CALAME FG; KUPFER P
      POLYPLOIDY IN PLANTS

      Botanica helvetica
    67. CASLER MD
      GENETIC-VARIATION WITHIN 8 POPULATIONS OF PERENNIAL FORAGE GRASSES

      Plant breeding
    68. Conger, BV; Tomaszewski, Z; McDaniel, JK; Vasilenko, A
      Spaceflight reduces somatic embryogenesis in orchardgrass (Poaceae)

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    69. Scheurwater, I; Cornelissen, C; Dictus, F; Welschen, R; Lambers, H
      Why do fast- and slow-growing grass species differ so little in their rateof root respiration, considering the large differences in rate of growth and ion uptake?

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    70. Ramsey, J; Schemske, DW
      Pathways, mechanisms, and rates of polyploid formation in flowering plants

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF ECOLOGY AND SYSTEMATICS
    71. Volaire, F; Thomas, H; Lelievre, F
      Survival and recovery of perennial forage grasses under prolonged Mediterranean drought - I. Growth, death, water relations and solute content in herbage and stubble

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    72. Volaire, F; Thomas, H; Bertagne, N; Bourgeois, E; Gautier, MF; Lelievre, F
      Survival and recovery of perennial forage grasses under prolonged Mediterranean drought - II. Water status, solute accumulation, abscisic acid concentration and accumulation of dehydrin transcripts in bases of immature leaves

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    73. MCARTHUR ED; MUDGE J; VANBUREN R; ANDERSEN WR; SANDERSON SC; BABBEL DG
      RANDOMLY AMPLIFIED POLYMORPHIC DNA ANALYSIS (RAPD) OF ARTEMISIA SUBGENUS TRIDENTATAE SPECIES AND HYBRIDS

      The Great Basin naturalist
    74. SCHRAMM G; BUFE A; PETERSEN A; SCHLAAK M; BECKER WM
      MOLECULAR AND IMMUNOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF GROUP-V ALLERGEN ISOFORMS FROM VELVET GRASS-POLLEN (HOLCUS-LANATUS)

      European journal of biochemistry
    75. CHAI BL; STICKLEN MB
      APPLICATIONS OF BIOTECHNOLOGY IN TURFGRASS GENETIC-IMPROVEMENT

      Crop science
    76. MEIER M; SAURER M; HALDEMANN C; FUHRER J
      EFFECT OF ELEVATED CO2 ON THE CARBON BALANCE OF A GRASS-CLOVER MIXTURE

      Acta oecologica
    77. VILA M
      EFFECT OF ROOT COMPETITION AND SHADING ON RESPROUTING DYNAMICS OF ERICA-MULTIFLORA L

      Journal of vegetation science
    78. BOUTIN Y; LAMONTAGNE P; BOULANGER J; BRUNET C; HEBERT J
      IMMUNOLOGICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF RECOMBINANT LOL-P-1

      International archives of allergy and immunology
    79. VANREE R; VANLEEUWEN WA; DIEGES PH; VANWIJK RG; DEJONG N; BREWCZYSKI PZ; KROON AM; SCHILTE PPM; TAN KY; SIMONLICHT IF; ROBERTS AM; STAPEL SO; AALBERSE RC
      MEASUREMENT OF IGE ANTIBODIES AGAINST PURIFIED GRASS-POLLEN ALLERGENS(LOL-P-1, LOL-P-2, LOL-P-3 AND LOL-P-5) DURING IMMUNOTHERAPY

      Clinical and experimental allergy
    80. LINDNER R; GARCIA A
      GEOGRAPHIC-DISTRIBUTION AND GENETIC-RESOURCES OF DACTYLIS IN GALICIA (NORTHWEST SPAIN)

      Genetic resources and crop evolution
    81. SPANDL E; KELLS JJ; HESTERMAN OB
      WEED INVASION IN ESTABLISHED ALFALFA (MEDICAGO-SATIVA) SEEDED WITH PERENNIAL FORAGE GRASSES

      Weed technology
    82. DENCHEV PD; SONGSTAD DD; MCDANIEL JK; CONGER BV
      TRANSGENIC ORCHARDGRASS (DACTYLIS-GLOMERATA) PLANTS BY DIRECT EMBRYOGENESIS FROM MICROPROJECTICLE BOMBARDED LEAF-CELLS

      Plant cell reports
    83. PAULI G
      DIAGNOSTIC-VALUE OF RECOMBINANT ALLERGENS

      Revue francaise d'allergologie et d'immunologie clinique
    84. CHRISTENSEN JR; BORRINO E; OLESEN A; ANDERSEN SB
      DIPLOID, TETRAPLOID, AND OCTOPLOID PLANTS FROM ANTHER CULTURE OF TETRAPLOID ORCHARD GRASS, DACTYLIS-GLOMERATA L

      Plant breeding
    85. KINSMAN EA; LEWIS C; DAVIES MS; YOUNG JE; FRANCIS D; VILHAR B; OUGHAM HJ
      ELEVATED CO2 STIMULATES CELLS TO DIVIDE IN GRASS MERISTEMS - A DIFFERENTIAL EFFECT IN 2 NATURAL-POPULATIONS OF DACTYLIS-GLOMERATA

      Plant, cell and environment
    86. MEIER M; FUHRER J
      EFFECT OF ELEVATED CO2 ON ORCHARD GRASS AND RED-CLOVER GROWN IN MIXTURE AT 2 LEVELS OF NITROGEN OR WATER-SUPPLY

      Environmental and experimental botany
    87. FELDHAKE CM; GLENN DM
      ESTIMATION OF PASTURE DROUGHT SEVERITY USING CANOPY RED-TO-FAR-RED RADIANCE

      Environmental and experimental botany
    88. RUMBALL W; MILLER JE; CLAYDON RB
      GRASSLANDS TEKAPO COCKSFOOT (DACTYLIS-GLOMERATA L.)

      New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research
    89. DAVIS MR
      COMPARATIVE NUTRIENT RESPONSES BY PINUS-RADIATA, TRIFOLIUM-REPENS, DACTYLIS-GLOMERATA, AND HIERACIUM-PILOSELLA ON A MACKENZIE BASIN OUTWASHPLAIN SOIL

      New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research
    90. FELDHAKE CM; GLENN DM; EDWARDS WM; PETERSON DL
      QUANTIFYING DROUGHT FOR HUMID, TEMPERATE PASTURES USING THE CROP WATER-STRESS INDEX (CWSI)

      New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research
    91. FELBER F; BEVER JD
      EFFECT OF TRIPLOID FITNESS ON THE COEXISTENCE OF DIPLOIDS AND TETRAPLOIDS

      Biological Journal of the Linnean Society
    92. RANGNGANG MB; NELSON ML; PARISH SM
      RUMINAL UNDEGRADABILITY OF BLOOD MEAL AND EFFECTS OF BLOOD MEAL ON RUMINAL AND POSTRUMINAL DIGESTION IN STEERS CONSUMING VEGETATIVE ORCHARDGRASS HAY

      Journal of animal science
    93. TWORKOSKI TJ; GLENN DM; WELKER WV
      CARBOHYDRATE AND NITROGEN PARTITIONING WITHIN ONE-YEAR SHOOTS OF YOUNG PEACH-TREES GROWN WITH GRASS COMPETITION

      HortScience
    94. TARAN B; BOWLEY SR
      INHERITANCE OF SOMATIC EMBRYOGENESIS IN ORCHARDGRASS

      Crop science
    95. CASLER MD; BERG CC; CARLSON IT; SLEPER DA
      CONVERGENT-DIVERGENT SELECTION FOR SEED PRODUCTION AND FORAGE TRAITS IN ORCHARDGRASS .3. CORRELATED RESPONSES FOR FORAGE TRAITS

      Crop science
    96. ANDREWS M; DOUGLAS A; JONES AV; MILBURN CE; PORTER D; MCKENZIE BA
      EMERGENCE OF TEMPERATE PASTURE GRASSES FROM DIFFERENT SOWING DEPTHS -IMPORTANCE OF SEED WEIGHT, COLEOPTILE PLUS MESOCOTYL LENGTH AND SHOOTSTRENGTH

      Annals of Applied Biology
    97. THOMPSON JN; CUNNINGHAM BM; SEGRAVES KA; ALTHOFF DM; WAGNER D
      PLANT POLYPLOIDY AND INSECT PLANT INTERACTIONS/

      The American naturalist
    98. AFFRE L; THOMPSON JD; DEBUSSCHE M
      GENETIC-STRUCTURE OF CONTINENTAL AND ISLAND POPULATIONS OF THE MEDITERRANEAN ENDEMIC CYCLAMEN BALEARICUM (PRIMULACEAE)

      American journal of botany
    99. BLAISE S; CARTIER D; BRIANE JP; FIASSON JL; MULLER S; LACOSTE A
      INTRASPECIFIC BIODIVERSITY IN MEADOWS .3. CHOROLOGICAL AND ECOLOGICALVICARIOUS SPECIES FROM THE EAST OF FRANCE AND GENERAL CONCLUSIONS

      Acta botanica gallica
    100. FLEURY P
      DIFFERENT COMPONENTS OF BIODIVERSITY IN PASTURES - EXAMPLES IN FRENCHNORTHERN ALPS

      Acta botanica gallica


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