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    1. Fabregas, J; Otero, A; Dominguez, A; Patino, M
      Growth rate of the microalga Tetraselmis suecica changes the biochemical composition of Artemia species

      MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    2. Trabaud, L
      Correlations between the concentrations of bio-elements in several Mediterranean plant species.

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    3. Vervaeke, P; Luyssaert, S; Mertens, J; De Vos, B; Speleers, L; Lust, N
      Dredged sediment as a substrate for biomass production of willow trees established using the SALIMAT technique

      BIOMASS & BIOENERGY
    4. Sharpless, KE; Colbert, JC; Greenberg, RR; Schantz, MM; Welch, MJ
      Recent developments in food-matrix Reference Materials at NIST

      FRESENIUS JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
    5. Utriainen, J; Holopainen, T
      Nitrogen availability modifies the ozone responses of Scots pine seedlingsexposed in an open-field system

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    6. Villar, CA; de Cabo, L; Vaithiyanathan, P; Bonetto, C
      Litter decomposition of emergent macrophytes in a floodplain marsh of the Lower Parana River

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    7. Barthelemy, N; Serrano, O; Posada, F; De Casabianca, ML; Sfriso, A
      Role of abiotic factors on the growth rate in Ulva rigida from two southern sites

      VIE ET MILIEU-LIFE AND ENVIRONMENT
    8. Kloseiko, J; Mandre, M; Ruga, I
      Biomass, nitrogen, sulfur, and phosphorus contents of beans grown in limedsoil in response to foliar application of HNO3 or H2SO4 mists

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION
    9. Garnier, E; Laurent, G; Bellmann, A; Debain, S; Berthelier, P; Ducout, B; Roumet, C; Navas, ML
      Consistency of species ranking based on functional leaf traits

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    10. Kirnak, H; Kaya, C; Higgs, D; Gercek, S
      A long-term experiment to study the role of mulches in the physiology and macro-nutrition of strawberry grown under water stress

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    11. Stefanou, P; Tsirtsis, G; Karydis, M
      Nutrient scaling for assessing eutrophication: The development of a simulated normal distribution

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    12. Le Dantec, V; Dufrene, E; Saugier, B
      Interannual and spatial variation in maximum leaf area index of temperate deciduous stands

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    13. Yamamoto, M; Shiraiwa, Y; Inouye, I
      Physiological responses of lipids in Emiliania huxleyi and Gephyrocapsa oceanica (Haptophyceae) to growth status and their implications for alkenone paleothermometry

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    14. D'Souza, FML; Kelly, GJ
      Effects of a diet of a nitrogen-limited alga (Tetraselmis suecica) on growth, survival and biochemical composition of tiger prawn (Penaeus semisulcatus) larvae

      AQUACULTURE
    15. Gordon, WS; Jackson, RB
      Nutrient concentrations in fine roots

      ECOLOGY
    16. Niinemets, U; Tenhunen, JD; Canta, NR; Chaves, MM; Faria, T; Pereira, JS; Reynolds, JF
      Interactive effects of nitrogen and phosphorus on the acclimation potential of foliage photosynthetic properties of cork oak, Quercus suber, to elevated atmospheric CO2 concentrations

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    17. Clark, RB; Zobel, RW; Zeto, SK
      Effects of mycorrhizal fungus isolates on mineral acquisition by Panicum virgatum in acidic soil

      MYCORRHIZA
    18. De Ruijter, FJ; Haverkort, AJ
      Effects of potato-cyst nematodes (Globodera pallida) and soil pH on root growth, nutrient uptake and crop growth of potato

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY
    19. Raudsepp, U; Toompuu, A; Kouts, T
      A stochastic model for the sea level in the Estonian coastal area

      JOURNAL OF MARINE SYSTEMS
    20. Zandstra, JW; Liptay, A
      Nutritional effects on transplant root and shoot growth - A review

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE SIXTH SYMPOSIUM ON STAND ESTABLISHMENT AND ISHS SEED SYMPOISUM
    21. Hutchinson, TC; Watmough, SA; Sager, EPS; Karagatzides, JD
      The impact of simulated acid rain and fertilizer application on a mature sugar maple (Acer saccharum Marsh.) forest in central Ontario Canada

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    22. Abu-Rezq, TS; Al-Musallam, L; Al-Shimmari, J; Dias, P
      Optimum production conditions for different high-quality marine algae

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    23. Villar, C; de Cabo, L; Vaithiyanathan, P; Bonetto, C
      Pore water N and P concentration in a floodplain marsh of the Lower ParanaRiver

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    24. HYTONEN J
      EFFECT OF PEAT ASH FERTILIZATION ON THE NUTRIENT STATUS AND BIOMASS PRODUCTION OF SHORT-ROTATION WILLOW ON CUT-AWAY PEATLAND AREA

      Biomass & bioenergy
    25. MANNINEN S; HUTTUNEN S; PERAMAKI P
      EFFECT OF AMBIENT SO2 LEVELS ON S-FRACTIONS IN PINUS-SYLVESTRIS FOLIAGE GROWING IN THE SUB-ARCTIC

      Scandinavian journal of forest research
    26. Eyre, B
      Transport, retention and transformation of material in Australian estuaries

      ESTUARIES
    27. Fabregas, J; Otero, A; Morales, ED; Arredondo-Vega, BO; Patino, M
      Modification of the nutritive value of Phaeodactylum tricornutum for Artemia sp. in semicontinuous cultures

      AQUACULTURE
    28. KEITH H
      CALIBRATION OF THE P-32 BIOASSAY FOR EUCALYPT ROOTS IN THE FIELD

      Soil biology & biochemistry
    29. Morton, JD; Sinclair, AG; Morrison, JD; Smith, LC; Dodds, KG
      Balanced and adequate nutrition of phosphorus and sulphur in pasture

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    30. SHEPPARD LJ; LEITH ID; MURRAY MB; CAPE JN; KENNEDY VH
      THE RESPONSE OF NORWAY SPRUCE SEEDLINGS TO SIMULATED ACID MIST

      New phytologist
    31. FABREGAS J; MORALES E; GARCIA D; CABEZAS B; OTERO A
      THE SOLUBLE FRACTION OF SOLANUM-TUBEROSUM ENHANCES GROWTH AND PIGMENTATION OF THE MICROALGA TETRASELMIS-SUECICA UNDER PHOTOHETEROTROPHIC CONDITIONS

      Bioresource technology
    32. GEORGE E; SEITH B; SCHAEFFER C; MARSCHNER H
      RESPONSES OF PICEA, PINUS AND PSEUDOTSUGA ROOTS TO HETEROGENEOUS NUTRIENT DISTRIBUTION IN SOIL

      Tree physiology
    33. SHEPPARD LJ; CROSSLEY A; HARVEY FJ; WILSON D; CAPE JN
      FIELD APPLICATION OF ACID MIST TO A SINGLE CLONE OF SITKA SPRUCE - EFFECTS ON FOLIAR NUTRITION AND FROST HARDINESS

      Environmental pollution
    34. SHEPPARD LJ; LEITH ID; MORRIS E; CAPE JN; ROBERTS D
      OPEN-TOP CHAMBER AND FIELD EXPOSURE OF SITKA SPRUCE TO SIMULATED ACIDMIST - A COMPARISON OF RESULTS

      Environmental pollution
    35. CROSSLEY A; SHEPPARD LJ; CAPE JN; SMITH RI; HARVEY FJ
      STEM GROWTH REDUCTION IN MATURE SITKA SPRUCE TREES EXPOSED TO ACID MIST

      Environmental pollution
    36. AGYEMAN VK; SAFO EY
      MINERAL-NUTRITION AND DIEBACK IN TERMINALIA-IVORENSIS A-CHEV IN GHANA

      Journal of tropical ecology
    37. SHEPPARD LJ
      SOIL DRESSING WITH SULFUR - DOES IT REDUCE FROST HARDINESS IN SPRUCE SEEDLINGS

      Environmental and experimental botany
    38. MANNINEN S; HUTTUNEN S; PERAMAKI P
      NEEDLE S-FRACTIONS AND S-TO-N RATIOS AS INDEXES OF SO2 DEPOSITION

      Water, air and soil pollution
    39. BACK J; TURUNEN M; FERM A; HUTTUNEN S
      NEEDLE STRUCTURES AND EPIPHYTIC MICROFLORA OF SCOTS PINE (PINUS-SYLVESTRIS L.) UNDER HEAVY AMMONIA DEPOSITION FROM FUR FARMING

      Water, air and soil pollution
    40. LOURENCO SO; MARQUEZ UML; MANCINIFILHO J; BARBARINO E; AIDAR E
      CHANGES IN BIOCHEMICAL PROFILE OF TETRASELMIS-GRACILIS .1. COMPARISONOF 2 CULTURE MEDIA

      Aquaculture
    41. MEERTS P
      FOLIAR MACRONUTRIENT CONCENTRATIONS OF FOREST UNDERSTOREY SPECIES IN RELATION TO ELLENBERGS INDEXES AND POTENTIAL RELATIVE GROWTH-RATE

      Plant and soil
    42. SINCLAIR AG; MORRISON JD; SMITH LC; DODDS KG
      EFFECTS AND INTERACTIONS OF PHOSPHORUS AND SULFUR ON A MOWN WHITE CLOVER RYEGRASS SWARD .3. INDEXES OF NUTRIENT ADEQUACY

      New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research
    43. KOLBE H; STEPHANBECKMANN S
      DEVELOPMENT, GROWTH AND CHEMICAL-COMPOSITION OF THE POTATO CROP (SOLANUM-TUBEROSUM L.) .1. LEAF AND STEM

      Potato research
    44. HANDRECK KA
      PHOSPHORUS REQUIREMENTS OF AUSTRALIAN NATIVE PLANTS

      Australian Journal of Soil Research
    45. KLASS S; WOHLER I; BUTTNER G
      INITIAL EFFECTS OF A NPK FERTILIZATION ON THE AMOUNT AND DISTRIBUTIONOF NUTRIENTS IN BEECH LEAVES

      Allgemeine Forst- und Jagdzeitung
    46. THORMANN MN; BAYLEY SE
      ABOVEGROUND PLANT-PRODUCTION AND NUTRIENT CONTENT OF THE VEGETATION IN 6 PEATLANDS IN ALBERTA, CANADA

      Plant ecology
    47. BREVEDAN RE; BUSSO CA; MONTANI T; FERNANDEZ OA
      PRODUCTION AND NITROGEN CYCLING IN AN ECOSYSTEM OF ERAGROSTIS-CURVULAIN SEMIARID ARGENTINA .2. NITROGEN-CONTENT AND TRANSFERS

      Acta oecologica
    48. NJOROGE JM; KIMEMIA JK
      YIELD AND LEAF NUTRIENT CONCENTRATIONS OF ARABICA COFFEE DURING THE 2ND PRODUCTION CYCLE AFTER ESTABLISHMENT AS INFLUENCED BY NITROGEN RATES AND PLANT-DENSITY

      Discovery and innovation
    49. POLIT JI; BROWN S
      MASS AND NUTRIENT CONTENT OF DEAD WOOD IN A CENTRAL ILLINOIS FLOODPLAIN FOREST

      Wetlands
    50. STEFAN K; HERMAN F
      NUTRIENT CONTENTS OF SPRUCE NEEDLES FROM THE TYROLEAN LIMESTONE ALPS

      Phyton
    51. SHEPPARD LJ
      HOW REPRODUCIBLE ARE THE REACTIONS OF STRESS INDICATORS FOR SITKA SPRUCE TREATED WITH ACID MIST

      Phyton
    52. FABREGAS J; OTERO A; MORALES E; CORDERO B; PATINO M
      TETRASELMIS-SUECICA CULTURED IN DIFFERENT NUTRIENT CONCENTRATIONS VARIES IN NUTRITIONAL-VALUE TO ARTEMIA

      Aquaculture
    53. LITTLE SN; SHAINSKY LJ
      BIOMASS AND NUTRIENT DISTRIBUTIONS IN CENTRAL OREGON 2ND-GROWTH PONDEROSA PINE ECOSYSTEMS

      Research paper PNW
    54. FENSHAM RJ; BOWMAN DMJS
      A COMPARISON OF FOLIAR NUTRIENT CONCENTRATION IN TREES FROM MONSOON RAIN-FOREST AND SAVANNA IN NORTHERN AUSTRALIA

      Australian journal of ecology
    55. FABREGAS J; PATINO M; VECINO E; CHAZARO F; OTERO A
      PRODUCTIVITY AND BIOCHEMICAL-COMPOSITION OF CYCLOSTAT CULTURES OF THEMARINE MICROALGA TETRASELMIS-SUECICA

      Applied microbiology and biotechnology
    56. LEITH ID; SHEPPARD LJ; MURRAY MB
      POTENTIAL MECHANISMS OF ACID MIST INJURY TO RED SPRUCE

      Environmental and experimental botany
    57. SHEPPARD LJ; LEITH ID; SMITH CMS; KENNEDY V
      EFFECTS OF SOIL CHEMISTRY ON THE RESPONSE OF POTTED SITKA SPRUCE TO ACID MIST IN OPEN-TOP CHAMBERS

      Water, air and soil pollution
    58. WHEELER DM; POWER IL
      COMPARISON OF PLANT UPTAKE AND PLANT TOXICITY OF VARIOUS IONS IN WHEAT

      Plant and soil
    59. WESSEL WW; TIETEMA A
      METAL DISTRIBUTION ACROSS DIFFERENT POOLS IN THE ORGANIC LAYER OF A FOREST UNDER ACID DEPOSITION AND ITS CONSEQUENCES FOR THE METAL DYNAMICS

      Plant and soil
    60. HELLER HI; SHAW AJ; JACOBSON JS
      EXPOSURE OF RED SPRUCE SEEDLINGS TO ACID MIST - IMPORTANCE OF DROPLETCOMPOSITION JUST PRIOR TO DRYING PERIODS

      New phytologist
    61. VITOUSEK PM; TURNER DR; KITAYAMA K
      FOLIAR NUTRIENTS DURING LONG-TERM SOIL DEVELOPMENT IN HAWAIIAN MONTANE RAIN-FOREST

      Ecology
    62. HULUKA G; HILEMAN DR; BISWAS PK; LEWIN KF; NAGY J; HENDREY GR
      EFFECTS OF ELEVATED CO2 AND WATER-STRESS ON MINERAL CONCENTRATION OF COTTON

      Agricultural and forest meteorology
    63. WULFF A; SHEPPARD L; LEITH I
      EVALUATION OF ELECTROLYTE LEAKAGE, CHLOROPHYLL FLUORESCENCE AND ULTRASTRUCTURAL TECHNIQUES FOR DETECTING EFFECTS OF ACID MIST ON FROST HARDINESS OF SITKA SPRUCE SHOOTS

      Environmental and experimental botany
    64. SHRIVE SC; MCBRIDE RA; GORDON AM
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC AND GROWTH-RESPONSES OF 2 BROAD-LEAF TREE SPECIES TO IRRIGATION WITH MUNICIPAL LANDFILL LEACHATE

      Journal of environmental quality
    65. KUTBAY HG; KILINC M
      SCLEROPHYLLY IN QUERCUS-CERRIS L VAR CERRIS AND PHILLYREA-LATIFOLIA LAND EDAPHIC RELATIONS OF THESE SPECIES

      Vegetatio
    66. SHEPPARD LJ
      CAUSAL MECHANISMS BY WHICH SULFATE, NITRATE AND ACIDITY INFLUENCE FROST HARDINESS IN RED SPRUCE - REVIEW AND HYPOTHESIS

      New phytologist
    67. BAKKER C; VINK M
      NUTRIENT CONCENTRATIONS AND PLANKTONIC DIATOM-FLAGELLATE RELATIONS INTHE OOSTERSCHELDE (SW NETHERLANDS) DURING AND AFTER THE CONSTRUCTION OF A STORM-SURGE BARRIER

      Hydrobiologia
    68. WESTERMANN DT; TINDALL TA; JAMES DW; HURST RL
      NITROGEN AND POTASSIUM FERTILIZATION OF POTATOES - YIELD AND SPECIFIC-GRAVITY

      American potato journal
    69. PAMUK ER; BYERS T; COATES RJ; VANN JW; SOWELL AL; GUNTER EW; GLASS D
      EFFECT OF SMOKING ON SERUM NUTRIENT CONCENTRATIONS IN AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMEN

      The American journal of clinical nutrition
    70. PAUL ND; AYRES PG; HALLETT SG
      MYCOHERBICIDES AND OTHER BIOCONTROL AGENTS FOR SENECIO SPP

      Pesticide science
    71. MUSIL CF
      EFFECT OF INVASIVE AUSTRALIAN ACACIAS ON THE REGENERATION, GROWTH ANDNUTRIENT CHEMISTRY OF SOUTH-AFRICAN LOWLAND FYNBOS

      Journal of Applied Ecology
    72. KREEGER DA; LANGDON CJ
      EFFECT OF DIETARY-PROTEIN CONTENT ON GROWTH OF JUVENILE MUSSELS, MYTILUS-TROSSULUS (GOULD 1850)

      The Biological bulletin


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