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    1. Garcia, JAL; Probanza, A; Ramos, B; Manero, FJG
      Genetic variability of rhizobacteria from wild populations of four Lupinusspecies based on PCR-RAPDs

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION AND SOIL SCIENCE-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PFLANZENERNAHRUNG UND BODENKUNDE
    2. Zahid, MI; Nobbs, J; Gurr, GM; Hodda, M; Nikandrow, A; Fulkerson, WJ; Nicol, HI
      Effect of the clover root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne trifoliophila) on growth of white clover

      NEMATOLOGY
    3. Zegzouti, R; Arnould, MF; Favre, JM
      Histological investigation of the multiplication step in secondary somaticembryogenesis of Quercus robur L.

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    4. Puustinen, S; Jarvinen, O; Tiilikkala, K
      Asymmetric competition between a hemiparasitic plant and a cyst nematode on a shared host plant

      ECOSCIENCE
    5. Wilsey, BJ
      Effects of elevated CO2 on the response of Phleum pratense and Poa pratensis to aboveground defoliation and root-feeding nematodes

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    6. Maslova, SP
      The effect of the apical bud on the growth of lateral buds on subterraneanshoots

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    7. Auge, RM
      Water relations, drought and vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis

      MYCORRHIZA
    8. van der Heijden, EW
      Differential benefits of arbuscular mycorrhizal and ectomycorrhizal infection of Salix repens

      MYCORRHIZA
    9. Marshall, AH; Rascle, C; Abberton, MT; Michaelson-Yeates, TPT; Rhodes, I
      Introgression as a route to improved drought tolerance in white clover (Trifolium repens L.)

      JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY AND CROP SCIENCE-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ACKER UND PFLANZENBAU
    10. Dippel, E; Orfanos, CE; Zouboulis, CC
      Linear IgA dermatosis presenting with erythema annulare centrifugum lesions: report of three cases in adults

      JOURNAL OF THE EUROPEAN ACADEMY OF DERMATOLOGY AND VENEREOLOGY
    11. Rosso, BS; Pagano, EM
      Collection and characterization of naturalized populations of white clover(Trifolium repens L.) in Argentina

      GENETIC RESOURCES AND CROP EVOLUTION
    12. Ishii, K; Usui, S; Sugimura, Y; Yamamoto, H; Yoshikawa, K; Hirano, K
      Extract from Serenoa repens suppresses the invasion activity of human urological cancer cells by inhibiting urokinase-type plasminogen activator

      BIOLOGICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
    13. Rapp, K; Junttila, O
      Heritability estimates of winter hardiness in white clover based on field and laboratory experiments

      ACTA AGRICULTURAE SCANDINAVICA SECTION B-SOIL AND PLANT SCIENCE
    14. Fulkerson, WJ; Donaghy, DJ
      Plant-soluble carbohydrate reserves and senescence - key criteria for developing an effective grazing management system for ryegrass-based pastures: a review

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AGRICULTURE
    15. Eckard, RJ; Salardini, AA; Hannah, M; Franks, DR
      The yield, quality and irrigation response of summer forage crops suitablefor a dairy pasture renovation program in north-western Tasmania

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AGRICULTURE
    16. Waller, RA; Sale, PWG
      Persistence and productivity of perennial ryegrass in sheep pastures in south-western Victoria: a review

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AGRICULTURE
    17. Brenner, S; Tamir, E; Maharshak, N; Shapira, J
      Cutaneous manifestations of internal malignancies

      CLINICS IN DERMATOLOGY
    18. Rogers, ME
      The effect of saline irrigation on lucerne production: shoot and root growth, ion relations and flowering incidence in six cultivars grown in northern Victoria, Australia

      IRRIGATION SCIENCE
    19. von Caemmerer, S; Ghannoum, O; Conroy, JP; Clark, H; Newton, PCD
      Photosynthetic responses of temperate species to free air CO2 enrichment (FACE) in a grazed New Zealand pasture

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    20. Ayling, SM; Smith, SE; Smith, FA
      Colonisation by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi changes the relationship between phosphorus uptake and membrane potential in leek (Allium porrum) seedlings

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    21. Pampiglione, S; Rivasi, F; Angeli, G; Boldorini, R; Incensati, RM; Pastormerlo, M; Pavesi, M; Ramponi, A
      Dirofilariasis due to Dirofilaria repens in Italy, an emergent zoonosis: report of 60 new cases

      HISTOPATHOLOGY
    22. Hogh-Jensen, H; Fabricius, V; Schjoerring, JK
      Regrowth and nutrient composition of different plant organs in grass-clover canopies as affected by phosphorus and potassium availability

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    23. Wachendorf, M; Collins, RP; Connolly, J; Elgersma, A; Fothergill, M; Frankow-Lindberg, BE; Ghesquiere, A; Guckert, A; Guinchard, MP; Helgadottir, A; Luscher, A; Nolan, T; Nykanen-Kurki, P; Nosberger, J; Parente, G; Puzio, S; Rhodes, I; Robin, C; Ryan, A; Staheli, B; Stoffel, S; Taube, F
      Overwintering of Trifolium repens L. and succeeding growth: Results from acommon protocol carried out at twelve European sites

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    24. Wachendorf, M; Collins, RP; Elgersma, A; Fothergill, M; Frankow-Lindberg, BE; Ghesquiere, A; Guckert, A; Guinchard, MP; Helgadottir, A; Luscher, A; Nolan, T; Nykanen-Kurki, P; Nosberger, J; Parente, G; Puzio, S; Rhodes, I; Robin, C; Ryan, A; Staheli, B; Stoffel, S; Taube, F; Connolly, J
      Overwintering and growing season dynamics of Trifolium repens L. in mixture with Lolium perenne L.: A model approach to plant-environment interactions

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    25. Connolly, J; Wachendorf, M
      Developing multisite dynamic models of mixed species plant communities

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    26. Nolan, T; Connolly, J; Wachendorf, M
      Mixed grazing and climatic determinants of white clover (Trifolium repens L.) content in a permanent pasture

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    27. Luscher, A; Staheli, B; Braun, R; Nosberger, J
      Leaf area, competition with grass, and clover cultivar: Key factors to successful overwintering and fast regrowth of white clover (Trifolium repens L.) in spring

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    28. Heraut-Bron, V; Robin, C; Varlet-Grancher, C; Guckert, A
      Phytochrome mediated effects on leaves of white clover: Consequences for light interception by the plant under competition for light

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    29. Frankow-Lindberg, BE
      Adaptation to winter stress in nine white clover populations: Changes in non-structural carbohydrates during exposure to simulated winter conditions and 'spring' regrowth potential

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    30. Collins, RP; Helgadottir, A; Fothergill, M; Rhodes, I
      Variation amongst survivor populations of two white clover cultivars collected from sites across Europe: Morphological and reproductive traits

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    31. Helgadottir, A; Dalmannsdottir, S; Collins, RP
      Adaptational changes in white clover populations selected under marginal conditions

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    32. Svenning, MM; Gudmundsson, J; Fagerli, IL; Leinonen, P
      Competition for nodule occupancy between introduced strains of Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar Trifolii and its influence on plant production

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    33. Goulas, E; Le Dily, F; Teissedre, L; Corbel, G; Robin, C; Ourry, A
      Vegetative storage proteins in white clover (Trifolium repens L.): Quantitative and qualitative features

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    34. Fothergill, M; Morgan, CT; Jones, S; Michaelson-Yeates, TPT; Davies, DA
      Using leaf-mark material to monitor the morphology of white clover (Trifolium repens L.) at the clone and ramet level in grazed swards

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    35. Williams, WM; Ansari, HA; Ellison, NW; Hussain, SW
      Evidence of three subspecies in Trifolium nigrescens Viv.

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    36. Park, SE; Benjamin, LR; Aikman, DP; Watkinson, AR
      Predicting the growth interactions between plants in mixed species stands using a simple mechanistic model

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    37. Lynn, DE; Waldren, S
      Morphological variation in populations of Ranunculus repens from the temporary limestone lakes (Turloughs) in the West of Ireland

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    38. Tworkoski, TJ; Benassi, TE; Takeda, F
      The effect of nitrogen on stolon and ramet growth in four genotypes of Fragaria chiloensis L.

      SCIENTIA HORTICULTURAE
    39. Goslee, SC; Peters, DPC; Beck, KG
      Modeling invasive weeds in grasslands: the role of allelopathy in Acroptilon repens invasion

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    40. Bausenwein, U; Millard, P; Thornton, B; Raven, JA
      Seasonal nitrogen storage and remobilization in the forb Rumex acetosa

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    41. Hartwig, UA; Trommler, J
      Increase in the concentrations of amino acids in the vascular tissue of white clover and white lupin after defoliation: an indication of a N feedbackregulation of symbiotic N-2 fixation

      AGRONOMIE
    42. Carrington, ME; Roberts, PD; Urs, NVRR; McGovern, RJ; Seijo, TE; Mullahey, JJ
      Premature fruit drop in saw palmettos caused by Colletotrichum gloeosporioides

      PLANT DISEASE
    43. Mosquera-Losada, MR; Lopez-Diaz, L; Rigueiro-Rodriguez, A
      Sewage sludge fertilisation of a silvopastoral system with pines in northwestern Spain

      AGROFORESTRY SYSTEMS
    44. Loiseau, P; Soussana, JF; Louault, F; Delpy, R
      Soil N contributes to the oscillations of the white clover content in mixed swards of perennial ryegrass under conditions that simulate grazing over five years

      GRASS AND FORAGE SCIENCE
    45. Haugland, E; Tawfiq, M
      Root and shoot competition between established grass species and newly sown seedlings during spring growth

      GRASS AND FORAGE SCIENCE
    46. Hamada, AM
      Alteration in growth and some relevant metabolic processes of broad bean plants during extreme temperatures exposure

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGIAE PLANTARUM
    47. Deckmyn, G; Caeyenberghs, E; Ceulemans, R
      Reduced UV-B in greenhouses decreases white clover response to enhance CO2

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    48. Marks, LS; Hess, DL; Dorey, FJ; Macairan, ML; Santos, PBC; Tyler, VE
      Tissue effects of saw palmetto and finasteride: Use of biopsy cores for insitu quantification of prostatic androgens

      UROLOGY
    49. Parkiding, W; Hirata, M
      Leaf appearance, death and detachment in a bahia grass (Paspalum notatum) pasture under cattle grazing

      TROPICAL GRASSLANDS
    50. Lynn, DE; Waldren, S
      Variation in life history characteristics between clones of Ranunculus repens grown in experimental garden conditions

      WEED RESEARCH
    51. Medd, RW; Van de Ven, RJ; Pickering, D; Nordblom, T
      Determination of environment-specific dose-response relationships for clodinafop-propargyl on Avena spp.

      WEED RESEARCH
    52. Kolliker, R; Jones, ES; Drayton, MC; Dupal, MP; Forster, JW
      Development and characterisation of simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers for white clover (Trifolium repens L.)

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    53. Mikola, J; Yeates, GW; Wardle, DA; Barker, GM; Bonner, KI
      Response of soil food-web structure to defoliation of different plant species combinations in an experimental grassland community

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    54. Wenzel, CL; Tong, KL; Rost, TL
      Modular construction of the protoderm and peripheral root cap in the "open" root apical meristem of Trifolium repens cv. Ladino

      PROTOPLASMA
    55. Koch, E
      Extracts from fruits of saw palmetto (Sabal serrulata) and roots of stinging nettle (Urtica dioica): Viable alternatives in the medical treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia and associated lower urinary tracts symptoms

      PLANTA MEDICA
    56. Six, J; Carpentier, A; van Kessel, C; Merckx, R; Harris, D; Horwath, WR; Luscher, A
      Impact of elevated CO2 on soil organic matter dynamics as related to changes in aggregate turnover and residue quality

      PLANT AND SOIL
    57. O'Donnell, AG; Seasman, M; Macrae, A; Waite, I; Davies, JT
      Plants and fertilisers as drivers of change in microbial community structure and function in soils

      PLANT AND SOIL
    58. Van der Heijden, EW; Kuyper, TW
      Does origin of mycorrhizal fungus or mycorrhizal plant influence effectiveness of the mycorrhizal symbiosis?

      PLANT AND SOIL
    59. Grieu, P; Lucero, DW; Ardiani, R; Ehleringer, JR
      The mean depth of soil water uptake by two temperate grassland species over time subjected to mild soil water deficit and competitive association

      PLANT AND SOIL
    60. Ledgard, SF; Sprosen, MS; Penno, JW; Rajendram, GS
      Nitrogen fixation by white clover in pastures grazed by dairy cows: Temporal variation and effects of nitrogen fertilization

      PLANT AND SOIL
    61. Paynel, F; Murray, PJ; Cliquet, JB
      Root exudates: a pathway for short-term N transfer from clover and ryegrass

      PLANT AND SOIL
    62. Richardson, AE; Hadobas, PA; Hayes, JE; O'Hara, CP; Simpson, RJ
      Utilization of phosphorus by pasture plants supplied with myo-inositol hexaphosphate is enhanced by the presence of soil micro-organisms

      PLANT AND SOIL
    63. Todorovic, C; Nguyen, C; Robin, C; Guckert, A
      Root and microbial involvement in the kinetics of C-14-partitioning to rhizosphere respiration after a pulse labelling of maize assimilates

      PLANT AND SOIL
    64. Van der Heijden, EW; Kuyper, TW
      Laboratory experiments imply the conditionality of mycorrhizal benefits for Salix repens: role of pH and nitrogen to phosphorus ratios

      PLANT AND SOIL
    65. Herben, T; Krahulec, F; Hadincova, V; Pechackova, S
      Clone-specific response of Festuca rubra to natural variation in biomass and species composition of neighbours

      OIKOS
    66. Mikola, J; Yeates, GW; Barker, GM; Wardle, DA; Bonner, KI
      Effects of defoliation intensity on soil food-web properties in an experimental grassland community

      OIKOS
    67. Grunzweig, JM; Korner, C
      Growth, water and nitrogen relations in grassland model ecosystems of the semi-arid Negev of Israel exposed to elevated CO2

      OECOLOGIA
    68. Hay, MJM; Newton, PCD; Robin, C; Cresswell, A
      Branching responses of a plagiotropic clonal herb to localised incidence of light simulating that reflected from vegetation

      OECOLOGIA
    69. Bahmani, I; Thom, ER; Matthew, C; Lemaire, G
      Productivity of grazed perennial ryegrass dairy pastures from different ecotypes under nitrogen and irrigation treatments

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    70. Crush, JR; Caradus, JR
      Selection for variation in residual nitrogenase activity after exposure ofwhite clover (Trifolium repens) to mineral nitrogen

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    71. Caradus, JR; Crush, JR; Ouyang, L; Fraser, W
      Evaluation of aluminium-tolerant white clover (Trifolium repens) selections on East Otago upland soils

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    72. 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
    73. Johnson, D; Leake, JR; Read, DJ
      Novel in-growth core system enables functional studies of grassland mycorrhizal mycelial networks

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    74. Daepp, M; Nosberger, J; Luscher, A
      Nitrogen fertilization and developmental stage alter the response of Lolium perenne to elevated CO2

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    75. Lilley, JM; Bolger, TP; Peoples, MB; Gifford, RM
      Nutritive value and the nitrogen dynamics of Trifolium subterraneum and Phalaris aquatica under warmer, high CO2 conditions

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    76. Reich, PB; Tilman, D; Craine, J; Ellsworth, D; Tjoelker, MG; Knops, J; Wedin, D; Naeem, S; Bahauddin, D; Goth, J; Bengtson, W; Lee, TD
      Do species and functional groups differ in acquisition and use of C, N andwater under varying atmospheric CO2 and N availability regimes? A field test with 16 grassland species

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    77. Thompson, IM
      Pharmacologic agents in complementary medicine in prostatic disease

      DRUGS OF TODAY
    78. Vallius, E
      Factors affecting fruit and seed production in Dactylorhiza maculata (Orchidaceae)

      BOTANICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY
    79. Corbel, G; Robin, C; Guckert, A
      Growth potential of buds of two contrasting cultivars of white clover during winter and early spring

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE
    80. Wolff, H
      Cutaneous paraneoplasia

      HAUTARZT
    81. Annicchiarico, P; Collins, RP; Fornasier, F; Rhodes, I
      Variation in cold tolerance and spring growth among Italian white clover populations

      EUPHYTICA
    82. Kolliker, R; Jones, ES; Jahufer, MZZ; Forster, JW
      Bulked AFLP analysis for the assessment of genetic diversity in white clover (Trifolium repens L.)

      EUPHYTICA
    83. Kilby, NJ; Robinson, J
      Pathotypes and NIP1 gene sequences of Finnish Rhynchosporium secalis isolates from barley, couch grass and rye

      EUPHYTICA
    84. Puustinen, S; Mutikainen, P
      Host-parasite-herbivore interactions: Implications of host cyanogenesis

      ECOLOGY
    85. Matthews, JW; Clay, K
      Influence of fungal endophyte infection on plant-soil feedback and community interactions

      ECOLOGY
    86. Niklaus, PA; Leadley, PW; Schmid, B; Korner, C
      A long-term field study on biodiversity x elevated CO2 interactions in grassland

      ECOLOGICAL MONOGRAPHS
    87. Goldberg, DE; Turkington, R; Olsvig-Whittaker, L; Dyer, AR
      Density dependence in an annual plant community: Variation among life history stages

      ECOLOGICAL MONOGRAPHS
    88. Gustine, DL; Sanderson, MA
      Molecular analysis of white clover population structure in grazed swards during two growing seasons

      CROP SCIENCE
    89. Suter, D; Nosberger, J; Luscher, A
      Response of perennial ryegrass to free-air CO2 enrichment (FACE) is related to the dynamics of sward structure during regrowth

      CROP SCIENCE
    90. Morgan, JA; Skinner, RH; Hanson, JD
      Nitrogen and CO2 affect regrowth and biomass partitioning differently in forages of three functional groups

      CROP SCIENCE
    91. Gustine, DL; Sanderson, MA
      Quantifying spatial and temporal genotypic changes in white clover populations by RAPD technology

      CROP SCIENCE
    92. Karsten, HD; MacAdam, JW
      Effect of drought on growth, carbohydrates, and soil water use by perennial ryegrass, tall fescue, and white clover

      CROP SCIENCE
    93. Garand, MJ; Simard, RR; MacKenzie, AF; Hamel, C
      Underseeded clover as a nitrogen source for spring wheat on a Gleysol

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF SOIL SCIENCE
    94. Humphrey, LD; Pyke, DA
      Ramet spacing of Elymus lanceolatus (thickspike wheatgrass) in response toneighbour density

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    95. Cayenberghs, E; Deckmyn, G; Ceulemans, R
      Decreased ultraviolet-B radiation alters the vertical biomass distributionin cocksfoot

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

      BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    97. Cocks, PS
      Ecology of herbaceous perennial legumes: a review of characteristics that may provide management options for the control of salinity and waterloggingin dryland cropping systems

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    98. Schmidt, O; Curry, JP; Hackett, RA; Purvis, G; Clements, RO
      Earthworm communities in conventional wheat monocropping and low-input wheat-clover intercropping systems

      ANNALS OF APPLIED BIOLOGY
    99. Gebrehiwot, L; Beuselinck, PR
      Seasonal variations in hydrogen cyanide concentration of three Lotus species

      AGRONOMY JOURNAL
    100. Brej, T
      Ecological significance of assimilate distribution in Agropyron repens clones under influence of the copper smelter legnica

      ACTA SOCIETATIS BOTANICORUM POLONIAE


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