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    1. Auge, RM
      Water relations, drought and vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis

      MYCORRHIZA
    2. Rosso, BS; Pagano, EM
      Collection and characterization of naturalized populations of white clover(Trifolium repens L.) in Argentina

      GENETIC RESOURCES AND CROP EVOLUTION
    3. 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
    4. 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
    5. 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
    6. 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
    7. 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
    8. 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
    9. 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
    10. 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
    11. Helgadottir, A; Dalmannsdottir, S; Collins, RP
      Adaptational changes in white clover populations selected under marginal conditions

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    12. 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
    13. 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
    14. 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
    15. 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
    16. 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
    17. 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
    18. Paynel, F; Murray, PJ; Cliquet, JB
      Root exudates: a pathway for short-term N transfer from clover and ryegrass

      PLANT AND SOIL
    19. 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
    20. 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
    21. 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
    22. 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
    23. 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
    24. Annicchiarico, P; Collins, RP; Fornasier, F; Rhodes, I
      Variation in cold tolerance and spring growth among Italian white clover populations

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

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

      ECOLOGY
    27. 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
    28. Morgan, JA; Skinner, RH; Hanson, JD
      Nitrogen and CO2 affect regrowth and biomass partitioning differently in forages of three functional groups

      CROP SCIENCE
    29. Gebrehiwot, L; Beuselinck, PR
      Seasonal variations in hydrogen cyanide concentration of three Lotus species

      AGRONOMY JOURNAL
    30. Schappert, PJ; Shore, JS
      Cyanogenesis in Turnera ulmifolia L (Turneraceae): II. Developmental expression, heritability and cost of cyanogenesis

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY RESEARCH
    31. Daepp, M; Suter, D; Almeida, JPF; Isopp, H; Hartwig, UA; Frehner, M; Blum, H; Nosberger, J; Luscher, A
      Yield response of Lolium perenne swards to free air CO2 enrichment increased over six years in a high N input system on fertile soil

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    32. Luscher, A; Hartwig, UA; Suter, D; Nosberger, J
      Direct evidence that symbiotic N-2 fixation in fertile grassland is an important trait for a strong response of plants to elevated atmospheric CO2

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    33. Montealegre, CM; van Kessel, C; Blumenthal, JM; Hur, HG; Hartwig, UA; Sadowsky, MJ
      Elevated atmospheric CO2 alters microbial population structure in a pasture ecosystem

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    34. Van Kessel, C; Horwath, WR; Hartwig, U; Harris, D; Luscher, A
      Net soil carbon input under ambient and elevated CO2 concentrations: isotopic evidence after 4 years

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    35. Van Kessel, C; Nitschelm, J; Horwath, WR; Harris, D; Walley, F; Luscher, A; Hartwig, U
      Carbon-13 input and turn-over in a pasture soil exposed to long-term elevated atmospheric CO2

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    36. Cowan, AA; Marshall, AH; Michaelson-Yeates, TPT
      Effect of pollen competition and stigmatic receptivity on seed set in white clover (Trifolium repens L.)

      SEXUAL PLANT REPRODUCTION
    37. Gleadow, RM; Woodrow, IE
      Temporal and spatial variation in cyanogenic glycosides in Eucalyptus cladocalyx

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    38. Gleadow, RM; Woodrow, IE
      Polymorphism in cyanogenic glycoside content and cyanogenic beta-glucosidase activity in natural populations of Eucalyptus cladocalyx

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    39. Hall, JL; Williams, LE
      Assimilate transport and partitioning in fungal biotrophic interactions

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    40. Gautier, H; Mech, R; Prusinkiewicz, P; Varlet-Grancher, C
      3D architectural modelling of aerial photomorphogenesis in white clover (Trifolium repens L.) using L-systems

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    41. Watson, CA; Ross, JM; Bagnaresi, U; Minotta, GF; Roffi, F; Atkinson, D; Black, KE; Hooker, JE
      Environment-induced modifications to root longevity in Lolium perenne and Trifolium repens

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    42. Campbell, BD; Smith, DMS
      A synthesis of recent global change research on pasture and rangeland production: reduced uncertainties and their management implications

      AGRICULTURE ECOSYSTEMS & ENVIRONMENT
    43. Curioni, PMG; Reidy, B; Flura, T; Vogeli-Lange, R; Nosberger, J; Hartwig, UA
      Increased abundance of MTD1 and MTD2 mRNAs in nodules of decapitated Medicago truncatula

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    44. Black, KG; Mitchell, DT; Osborne, BA
      Effect of mycorrhizal-enhanced leaf phosphate status on carbon partitioning, translocation and photosynthesis in cucumber

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    45. Wright, DP; Scholes, JD; Read, DJ; Rolfe, SA
      Changes in carbon allocation and expression of carbon transporter genes inBetula pendula Roth. colonized by the ectomycorrhizal fungus Paxillus involutus (Batsch) Fr.

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    46. McManus, MT; Bieleski, RL; Caradus, JR; Barker, DJ
      Pinitol accumulation in mature leaves of white clover in response to a water deficit

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    47. Staley, TE; Voigt, PW
      Methodological considerations for elucidating low-level liming effects on white clover symbiosis establishment in an acidic soil model system

      SOIL SCIENCE
    48. Gloser, V; Jezikova, M; Luscher, A; Frehner, M; Blum, H; Nosberger, J; Hartwig, UA
      Soil mineral nitrogen availability was unaffected by elevated atmospheric pCO(2) in a four year old field experiment (Swiss FACE)

      PLANT AND SOIL
    49. Jacot, KA; Luscher, A; Nosberger, J; Hartwig, UA
      The relative contribution of symbiotic N-2 fixation and other nitrogen sources to grassland ecosystems along an altitudinal gradient in the Alps

      PLANT AND SOIL
    50. Hartwig, UA; Luscher, A; Daepp, M; Blum, H; Soussana, JF; Nosberger, J
      Due to symbiotic N-2 fixation, five years of elevated atmospheric pCO(2) had no effect on the N concentration of plant litter in fertile, mixed grassland

      PLANT AND SOIL
    51. Thornley, JHM; Cannell, MGR
      Dynamics of mineral N availability in grassland ecosystems under increased[CO2]: hypotheses evaluated using the Hurley Pasture Model

      PLANT AND SOIL
    52. Ruiz-Lozano, JM; Gomez, M; Nunez, R; Azcon, R
      Mycorrhizal colonization and drought stress affect delta C-13 in (CO2)-C-13-labeled lettuce plants

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    53. Marcuvitz, S; Turkington, R
      Differential effects of light quality, provided by different grass neighbours, on the growth and morphology of Trifolium repens L. (white clover)

      OECOLOGIA
    54. Sarathchandra, SU; Watson, RN; Skipp, RA; Burch, G; Brown, JA; Cox, NR
      Microbial pathogens and plant parasitic nematodes in pastures with declining vigour

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    55. Caradus, JR; Woodfield, DR; Dunn, A; Cousins, G
      Response to selection for node appearance rate of white clover

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    56. Singh, DK; Sale, PWG; Pallaghy, CK; McKenzie, BM
      Phosphorus concentrations in the leaves of defoliated white clover affect abscisic acid formation and transpiration in drying soil

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    57. Singh, DK; Sale, PWG; Pallaghy, CK; Singh, V
      Role of proline and leaf expansion rate in the recovery of stressed white clover leaves with increased phosphorus concentration

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    58. Gavito, ME; Curtis, PS; Mikkelsen, TN; Jakobsen, I
      Atmospheric CO2 and mycorrhiza effects on biomass allocation and nutrient uptake of nodulated pea (Pisum sativum L.) plants

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    59. Lawson, AR; Kelly, KB; Sale, PWG
      Defoliation frequency and cultivar effects on the storage and utilisation of stolon and root reserves in white clover

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    60. Seavey, SR; Mangels, SK; Chappel, NJ
      Unfertilized ovules of Epilobium obcordatum (Onagraceae) continue to grow in developing fruits

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    61. Singh, DK; Sale, PWG
      Growth and potential conductivity of white clover roots in dry soil with increasing phosphorus supply and defoliation frequency

      AGRONOMY JOURNAL
    62. Leeflang, L
      Are stoloniferous plants able to avoid neighbours in response to low R: FRratios in reflected light?

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    63. Huber, H; Lukacs, S; Watson, MA
      Spatial structure of stoloniferous herbs: an interplay between structural blue-print, ontogeny and phenotypic plasticity

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    64. Riedo, M; Gyalistras, D; Fischlin, A; Fuhrer, J
      Using an ecosystem model linked to GCM-derived local weather scenarios to analyse effects of climate change and elevated CO2 on dry matter productionand partitioning, and water use in temperate managed grasslands

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    65. Todorovic, C; Nguyen, C; Robin, C; Guckert, A
      C-14-assimilate partitioning within white clover plant-soil system: effects of photoperiod temperature treatments and defoliation

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY
    66. Morrissey, JP; Osbourn, AE
      Fungal resistance to plant antibiotics as a mechanism of pathogenesis

      MICROBIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY REVIEWS
    67. Rillig, MC; Allen, MF
      What is the role of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in plant-to-ecosystem responses to Elevated atmospheric CO2?

      MYCORRHIZA
    68. Singh, DK; Sale, PWG; Gourley, CJP; Hasthorpe, C
      High phosphorus supply increases persistence and growth of white clover ingrazed dairy pastures during dry summer conditions

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AGRICULTURE
    69. Schortemeyer, M; Atkin, OK; McFarlane, N; Evans, JR
      The impact of elevated atmospheric CO2 and nitrate supply on growth, biomass allocation, nitrogen partitioning and N-2 fixation of Acacia melanoxylon

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    70. Cresswell, A; Hamilton, NRS; Thomas, H; Charnock, RB; Cookson, AR; Thomas, BJ
      Evidence for root contraction in white clover (Trifolium repens L.)

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    71. Arnone, JA
      Symbiotic N-2 fixation in a high Alpine grassland: effects of four growingseasons of elevated CO2

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    72. Stocklin, J; Korner, C
      Interactive effects of elevated CO2, P availability and legume presence oncalcareous grassland: results of a glasshouse experiment

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    73. Norton, LR; Firbank, LG; Blum, H
      Effects of free-air CO2 Enrichment (FACE) on experimental grassland communities

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    74. Annicchiarico, P; Piano, E; Rhodes, I
      Heritability of, and genetic correlations among, forage and seed yield traits in Ladino white clover

      PLANT BREEDING
    75. Karsten, HD; Fick, GW
      White clover growth patterns during the grazing season in a rotationally grazed dairy pasture in New York

      GRASS AND FORAGE SCIENCE
    76. Parker, DR; Norvell, WA
      Advances in solution culture methods for plant mineral nutrition research

      ADVANCES IN AGRONOMY, VOL 65
    77. Legere, A; Samson, N
      Relative influence of crop rotation, tillage, and weed management on weed associations in spring barley cropping systems

      WEED SCIENCE
    78. Schmidt, O; Curry, JP
      Effects of earthworms on biomass production, nitrogen allocation and nitrogen transfer in wheat-clover intercropping model systems

      PLANT AND SOIL
    79. Uselman, SM; Qualls, RG; Thomas, RB
      A test of a potential short cut in the nitrogen cycle: The role of exudation of symbiotically fixed nitrogen from the roots of a N-fixing tree and the effects of increased atmospheric CO2 and temperature

      PLANT AND SOIL
    80. Jorgensen, FV; Jensen, ES; Schjoerring, JK
      Dinitrogen fixation in white clover grown in pure stand and mixture with ryegrass estimated by the immobilized N-15 isotope dilution method

      PLANT AND SOIL
    81. Frankow-Lindberg, BE
      Effects of adaptation to winter stress on biomass production, growth and morphology of three contrasting white clover cultivars

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    82. Pederson, GA; Brink, GE; Caradus, JR
      Growth of United States versus New Zealand white clover cultivars in diverse grasses in Mississippi, USA

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    83. Kudoh, H; Shibaike, H; Takasu, H; Whigham, DF; Kawano, S
      Genet structure and determinants of clonal structure in a temperate deciduous woodland herb, Uvularia perfoliata

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    84. Corbel, G; Robin, C; Frankow-Lindberg, BE; Ourry, A; Guckert, A
      Regrowth of white clover after chilling: Assimilate partitioning and vegetative storage proteins

      CROP SCIENCE
    85. Gustine, DL; Huff, DR
      Genetic variation within and among white clover populations from managed permanent pastures of the northeastern USA

      CROP SCIENCE
    86. Heraut-Bron, V; Robin, C; Varlet-Grancher, C; Afif, D; Guckert, A
      Light quality (red : far-red ratio): does it affect photosynthetic activity, net CO2 assimilation, and morphology of young white clover leaves?

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    87. Marshall, AH; Cowan, AA; Michaelson-Yeates, TPT
      A comparison of ovule abortion in self-incompatible and self-fertile linesof white clover (Trifolium repens L.)

      ANNALS OF APPLIED BIOLOGY
    88. Murray, PJ; Clements, RO
      Transfer of nitrogen between clover and wheat: Effect of root herbivory

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOIL BIOLOGY
    89. HERAUTBRON V; ROBIN C; GUCKERT A
      EFFECTS OF R-FR RATIO ON DEVELOPING LEAVES IN WHITE CLOVER - NET CO2 ASSIMILATION, PHOTOCHEMICAL ACTIVITY AND LEAF MORPHOLOGY

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie 3, Sciences de la vie
    90. GAUTIER H; VARLETGRANCHER C; BAUDRY N
      COMPARISON OF HORIZONTAL SPREAD OF WHITE CLOVER (TRIFOLIUM-REPENS L.)GROWN UNDER 2 ARTIFICIAL-LIGHT SOURCES DIFFERING IN THEIR CONTENT OF BLUE-LIGHT

      Annals of botany (Print)
    91. BAILEY JS; LAIDLAW AS
      GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF WHITE CLOVER (TRIFOLIUM-REPENS L.) AS INFLUENCED BY P AND K NUTRITION

      Annals of botany
    92. HAMILTON NRS; HAY MJM
      VASCULAR ARCHITECTURE OF A LARGE-LEAFED GENOTYPE OF TRIFOLIUM-REPENS

      Annals of botany
    93. Hoglind, M; Frankow-Lindberg, B
      Growing point dynamics and spring growth of white clover in a mixed sward and the effects of nitrogen application

      GRASS AND FORAGE SCIENCE
    94. Laidlaw, AS; Withers, JA
      Changes in contribution of white clover to canopy structure in perennial ryegrass/white clover swards in response to N fertilizer

      GRASS AND FORAGE SCIENCE
    95. WRIGHT DP; READ DJ; SCHOLES JD
      MYCORRHIZAL SINK STRENGTH INFLUENCES WHOLE-PLANT CARBON BALANCE OF TRIFOLIUM-REPENS L

      Plant, cell and environment
    96. ZANETTI S; HARTWIG UA; NOSBERGER J
      ELEVATED ATMOSPHERIC CO2 DOES NOT AFFECT PER SE THE PREFERENCE FOR SYMBIOTIC NITROGEN AS OPPOSED TO MINERAL NITROGEN OF TRIFOLIUM-REPENS L

      Plant, cell and environment
    97. WRIGHT DP; SCHOLES JD; READ DJ
      EFFECTS OF VA MYCORRHIZAL COLONIZATION ON PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND BIOMASS PRODUCTION OF TRIFOLIUM-REPENS L

      Plant, cell and environment
    98. Jayasundara, HPS; Thomson, BD; Tang, C
      Responses of cool season grain legumes to soil abiotic stresses

      ADVANCES IN AGRONOMY, VOL 63
    99. Ogren, E; Bath, B; Ramert, B
      First and second year nitrogen effects of autumn and spring-incorporated green-manure crops in field vegetable production

      SWEDISH JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    100. STALEY TE; MORRIS DR
      A MODEL SYSTEM FOR ASSESSING LOW-LEVEL LIMING EFFECTS ON WHITE CLOVERSYMBIOSIS DEVELOPMENT IN AN ACIDIC SOIL

      Soil science


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