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    1. Hamilton, JG; Zangerl, AR; DeLucia, EH; Berenbaum, MR
      The carbon-nutrient balance hypothesis: its rise and fall

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    2. Viiri, H; Niemela, P; Kitunen, V; Annila, E
      Soluble carbohydrates, radial growth and vigour of fertilized Norway spruce after inoculation with blue-stain fungus, Ceratocystis polonica

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    3. Kuokkanen, K; Julkunen-Tiitto, R; Keinanen, M; Niemela, P; Tahvanainen, J
      The effect of elevated CO2 and temperature on the secondary chemistry of Betula pendula seedlings

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    4. Viiri, H; Annila, E; Kitunen, V; Niemela, P
      Induced responses in stilbenes and terpenes in fertilized Norway spruce after inoculation with blue-stain fungus, Ceratocystis polonica

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    5. Zavala, JA; Ravetta, DA
      Allocation of photoassimilates to biomass, resin and carbohydrates in Grindelia chiloensis as affected by light intensity

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    6. Duncan, AJ; Hartley, SE; Thurlow, M; Young, S; Staines, BW
      Clonal variation in monoterpene concentrations in Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis) saplings and its effect on their susceptibility to browsing damage by red deer (Cervus elaphus)

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    7. Alfaro, RI; Taylor, S; Brown, RG; Clowater, JS
      Susceptibility of northern British Columbia forests to spruce budworm defoliation

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    8. Ruuhola, TM; Sipura, M; Nousiainen, O; Tahvanainen, J
      Systemic induction of salicylates in Salix myrsinifolia (Salisb.)

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    9. Howlett, BE; Davidson, DW
      Herbivory on planted dipterocarp seedlings in secondary logged forests andprimary forests of Sabah, Malaysia

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    10. Priess, JA; de Koning, GHJ; Veldkamp, A
      Assessment of interactions between land use change and carbon and nutrientfluxes in Ecuador

      AGRICULTURE ECOSYSTEMS & ENVIRONMENT
    11. Saleem, A; Loponen, J; Pihlaja, K; Oksanen, E
      Effects of long-term open-field ozone exposure on leaf phenolics of European silver birch (Betula pendula Roth)

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    12. Volz, TJ; Clausen, TP
      Tannins in Puccinellia arctica: Possible deterrents to herbivory by Canadageese

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    13. Rieske, LK
      Influence of symbiotic fungal colonization on oak seedling growth and suitability for insect herbivory

      ENVIRONMENTAL ENTOMOLOGY
    14. Lindroth, RL; Roth, S; Nordheim, EV
      Genotypic variation in response of quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides) to atmospheric CO2 enrichment

      OECOLOGIA
    15. Vourc'h, G; Martin, JL; Duncan, P; Escarre, J; Clausen, TP
      Defensive adaptations of Thuja plicata to ungulate browsing: a comparativestudy between mainland and island populations

      OECOLOGIA
    16. Covelo, F; Gallardo, A
      Temporal variation in total leaf phenolics concentration of Quercus robur in forested and harvested stands in northwestern Spain

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    17. Lindroth, RL
      Adaptations of quaking aspen for defense against damage by herbivores and related environmental agents

      SUSTAINING ASPEN IN WESTERN LANDSCAPES: SYMPOSIUM PROCEEDINGS
    18. Hartley, SE; Jones, CG; Couper, GC; Jones, TH
      Biosynthesis of plant phenolic compounds in elevated atmospheric CO2

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    19. Bezemer, TM; Jones, TH; Newington, JE
      Effects of carbon dioxide and nitrogen fertilization on phenolic content in Poa annua L.

      BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMATICS AND ECOLOGY
    20. Barnola, LF; Cedeno, A
      Inter-population differences in the essential oils of Pinus caribaea needles

      BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMATICS AND ECOLOGY
    21. Wallstedt, A; Nilsson, MC; Zackrisson, O; Odham, G
      A link in the study of chemical interference exerted by Empetrum hermaphroditum: Quantification of batatasin-III in soil solution

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    22. Ruuhola, TM; Julkunen-Tiitto, MRK
      Salicylates of intact Salix myrsinifolia plantlets do not undergo rapid metabolic turnover

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    23. Bradley, RL; Titus, BD; Preston, CM; Bennett, J
      Improvement of nutritional site quality 13 years after single application of fertiliser N and P on regenerating cedar-hemlock cutovers on northern Vancouver Island, BC

      PLANT AND SOIL
    24. Sipura, M; Tahvanainen, J
      Shading enhances the quality of willow leaves to leaf beetles - but does it matter?

      OIKOS
    25. Mikola, J; Barker, GM; Wardle, DA
      Linking above-ground and below-ground effects in autotrophic microcosms: effects of shading and defoliation on plant and soil properties

      OIKOS
    26. Lamontagne, M; Margolis, HA; Bauce, E
      Testing the ecophysiological basis for the control of monoterpene concentrations along canopy profiles in thinned and unthinned balsam fir stands

      OECOLOGIA
    27. Pavia, H; Toth, GB
      Influence of light and nitrogen on the phlorotannin content of the brown seaweeds Ascophyllum nodosum and Fucus vesiculosus

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    28. Mutikainen, P; Walls, M; Ovaska, J; Keinanen, M; Julkunen-Tiitto, R; Vapaavuori, E
      Herbivore resistance in Betula pendula: Effect of fertilization, defoliation, and plant genotype

      ECOLOGY
    29. Tognetti, R; Johnson, JD
      Responses to elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration and nitrogen supply ofQuercus ilex L-seedlings from a coppice stand growing at a natural CO2 spring

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    30. Thomas, FM; Schafellner, C
      Effects of excess nitrogen and drought on the foliar concentrations of alleloehemicals in young oaks (Quercus robur L-and Q-petraea [Matt.] Liebl.)

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED BOTANY-ANGEWANDTE BOTANIK
    31. Warren, JM; Allen, HL; Booker, FL
      Mineral nutrition, resin flow and phloem phytochemistry in loblolly pine

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    32. McKinnon, ML; Quiring, DT; Bauce, E
      Influence of tree growth rate, shoot size and foliar chemistry on the abundance and performance of a galling adelgid

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    33. Honkanen, T; Haukioja, E; Kitunen, V
      Responses of Pinus sylvestris branches to simulated herbivory are modifiedby tree sink/source dynamics and by external resources

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    34. Cerovic, ZG; Samson, G; Morales, F; Tremblay, N; Moya, I
      Ultraviolet-induced fluorescence for plant monitoring: present state and prospects

      AGRONOMIE
    35. Hemming, JDC; Lindroth, RL
      Effects of light and nutrient availability on aspen: Growth, phytochemistry, and insect performance

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    36. Crone, EE; Jones, CG
      The dynamics of carbon-nutrient balance: Effects of cottonwood acclimationto short-and long-term shade on beetle feeding preferences

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    37. Herms, DA
      Physiological and abiotic determinants of competitive ability and herbivore resistance

      PHYTON-ANNALES REI BOTANICAE
    38. Hoffland, E; van Beusichem, ML; Jeger, MJ
      Nitrogen availability and susceptibility of tomato leaves to Botrytis cinerea

      PLANT AND SOIL
    39. Loreau, M; de Mazancourt, C
      Should plants in resource-poor environments invest more in antiherbivore defence?

      OIKOS
    40. Jones, CG; Hartley, SE
      A protein competition model of phenolic allocation

      OIKOS
    41. Hagele, BF; Rowell-Rahier, M
      Genetic and environmental-based variability in secondary metabolite leaf content of Adenostyles alliariae and A-alpina (Asteraceae). A test of the resource availability hypothesis

      OIKOS
    42. Strand, M; Herms, DA; Ayres, MP; Kubiske, ME; Kaufman, MG; Walker, ED; Pregitzer, KS; Merritt, RW
      Effects of atmospheric CO2, light availability and tree species on the quality of leaf detritus as a resource for treehole mosquitoes

      OIKOS
    43. Koricheva, J
      Interpreting phenotypic variation in plant allelochemistry: problems with the use of concentrations

      OECOLOGIA
    44. McDonald, EP; Agrell, J; Lindroth, RL
      CO2 and light effects on deciduous trees: growth, foliar chemistry, and insect performance

      OECOLOGIA
    45. Kleiner, KW; Raffa, KF; Dickson, RE
      Partitioning of C-14-labeled photosynthate to allelochemicals and primary metabolites in source and sink leaves of aspen: evidence for secondary metabolite turnover

      OECOLOGIA
    46. Kronberg, SL; Walker, JW
      Sheep preference for leafy spurge from Idaho and North Dakota

      JOURNAL OF RANGE MANAGEMENT
    47. Pavia, H; Toth, G; Aberg, P
      Trade-offs between phlorotannin production and annual growth in natural populations of the brown seaweed Ascophyllum nodosum

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    48. Fraser, LH; Grime, JP
      Interacting effects of herbivory and fertility on a synthesized plant community

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    49. Hunter, MD; Forkner, RE
      Hurricane damage influences foliar polyphenolics and subsequent herbivory on surviving trees

      ECOLOGY
    50. Keinanen, M; Julkunen-Tiitto, R; Mutikainen, P; Walls, M; Ovaska, J; Vapaavuori, E
      Trade-offs in phenolic metabolism of silver birch: Effects of fertilization, defoliation, and genotype

      ECOLOGY
    51. Mansfield, JL; Curtis, PS; Zak, DR; Pregitzer, KS
      Genotypic variation for condensed tannin production in trembling aspen (Populs tremuloides, Salicaceae) under elevated CO2 and in high- and low-fertility soil

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    52. WARDLE DA; NILSSON MC; GALLET C; ZACKRISSON O
      AN ECOSYSTEM-LEVEL PERSPECTIVE OF ALLELOPATHY

      Biological reviews
    53. ESTRADA B; POMAR F; DIAZ J; MERINO F; BERNAL MA
      EFFECTS OF MINERAL FERTILIZER SUPPLEMENTATION ON FRUIT-DEVELOPMENT AND PUNGENCY IN PADRON PEPPERS

      Journal of horticultural science & biotechnology
    54. ROTH S; LINDROTH RL; VOLIN JC; KRUGER EL
      ENRICHED ATMOSPHERIC CO2 AND DEFOLIATION - EFFECTS ON TREE CHEMISTRY AND INSECT PERFORMANCE

      Global change biology
    55. MCKINNON ML; QUIRING DT; BAUCE E
      INFLUENCE OF RESOURCE AVAILABILITY ON GROWTH AND FOLIAR CHEMISTRY WITHIN AND AMONG YOUNG WHITE SPRUCE TREES

      Ecoscience
    56. Bjorkman, C; Kyto, M; Larsson, S; Niemela, P
      Different responses of two carbon-based defences in Scots pine needles to nitrogen fertilization

      ECOSCIENCE
    57. BIALCZYK J; LECHOWSKI Z; LIBIK A
      MODIFICATION OF TANNIN CONCENTRATION BY ABIOTIC FACTORS IN LYCOPERSICON-ESCULENTUM MILL. SEEDLINGS

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz (1970)
    58. LAVOLA A; JULKUNENTIITTO R; ROININEN H; APHALO P
      HOST-PLANT PREFERENCE OF AN INSECT HERBIVORE MEDIATED BY UV-B AND CO2IN RELATION TO PLANT SECONDARY METABOLITES

      Biochemical systematics and ecology
    59. WAINHOUSE D; ASHBURNER R; WARD E; ROSE J
      THE EFFECT OF VARIATION IN LIGHT AND NITROGEN ON GROWTH AND DEFENSE IN YOUNG SITKA SPRUCE

      Functional ecology
    60. GLEADOW RM; FOLEY WJ; WOODROW IE
      ENHANCED CO2 ALTERS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND DEFENSE IN CYANOGENIC EUCALYPTUS-CLADOCALYX F MUELL

      Plant, cell and environment
    61. LINDROTH RL; KINNEY KK
      CONSEQUENCES OF ENRICHED ATMOSPHERIC CO2 AND DEFOLIATION FOR FOLIAR CHEMISTRY AND GYPSY-MOTH PERFORMANCE

      Journal of chemical ecology
    62. RALPHS MH; MANNERS GD; GARDNER DR
      INFLUENCE OF LIGHT AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS ON ALKALOID CONCENTRATION IN LARKSPUR

      Journal of chemical ecology
    63. KLEINER KW; RAFFA KF; ELLIS DD; MCCOWN BH
      EFFECT OF NITROGEN AVAILABILITY ON THE GROWTH AND PHYTOCHEMISTRY OF HYBRID POPLAR AND THE EFFICACY OF THE BACILLUS-THURINGIENSIS CRY1A(A) D-ENDOTOXIN ON GYPSY-MOTH

      Canadian journal of forest research (Print)
    64. WAIT DA; JONES CG; COLEMAN JS
      EFFECTS OF NITROGEN-FERTILIZATION ON LEAF CHEMISTRY AND BEETLE FEEDING ARE MEDIATED BY LEAF DEVELOPMENT

      Oikos
    65. KAITANIEMI P; RUOHOMAKI K; OSSIPOV V; HAUKIOJA E; PIHLAJA K
      DELAYED INDUCED CHANGES IN THE BIOCHEMICAL-COMPOSITION OF HOST-PLANT LEAVES DURING AN INSECT OUTBREAK

      Oecologia
    66. HEYWORTH CJ; IASON GR; TEMPERTON V; JARVIS PG; DUNCAN AJ
      THE EFFECT OF ELEVATED CO2 CONCENTRATION AND NUTRIENT SUPPLY ON CARBON-BASED PLANT SECONDARY METABOLITES IN PINUS-SYLVESTRIS L

      Oecologia
    67. KAINULAINEN P; HOLOPAINEN JK; HOLOPAINEN T
      THE INFLUENCE OF ELEVATED CO2 AND O-3 CONCENTRATIONS ON SCOTS PINE NEEDLES - CHANGES IN STARCH AND SECONDARY METABOLITES OVER 3 EXPOSURE YEARS

      Oecologia
    68. FRASER LH; GRIME JP
      TOP-DOWN CONTROL AND ITS EFFECT ON THE BIOMASS AND COMPOSITION OF 3 GRASSES AT HIGH AND LOW SOIL FERTILITY IN OUTDOOR MICROCOSMS

      Oecologia
    69. GEBAUER RLE; STRAIN BR; REYNOLDS JP
      THE EFFECT OF ELEVATED CO2 AND N AVAILABILITY ON TISSUE CONCENTRATIONS AND WHOLE-PLANT POOLS OF CARBON-BASED SECONDARY COMPOUNDS IN LOBLOLLY-PINE (PINUS-TAEDA)

      Oecologia
    70. Erelli, MC; Ayres, MP; Eaton, GK
      Altitudinal patterns in host suitability for forest insects

      OECOLOGIA
    71. 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
    72. AUGUSTINE DJ; MCNAUGHTON SJ
      UNGULATE EFFECTS ON THE FUNCTIONAL SPECIES COMPOSITION OF PLANT-COMMUNITIES - HERBIVORE SELECTIVITY AND PLANT TOLERANCE

      The Journal of wildlife management
    73. TARGETT NM; ARNOLD TM
      PREDICTING THE EFFECTS OF BROWN ALGAL PHLOROTANNINS ON MARINE HERBIVORES IN TROPICAL AND TEMPERATE OCEANS

      Journal of phycology
    74. SHURE DJ; MOORESIDE PD; OGLE SM
      RAINFALL EFFECTS ON PLANT-HERBIVORE PROCESSES IN AN UPLAND OAK FOREST

      Ecology
    75. LINDROTH RL; ROTH S; KRUGER EL; VOLIN JC; KOSS PA
      CO2-MEDIATED CHANGES IN ASPEN CHEMISTRY - EFFECTS ON GYPSY-MOTH PERFORMANCE AND SUSCEPTIBILITY TO VIRUS

      Global change biology
    76. PRITCHARD S; PETERSON C; RUNION GB; PRIOR S; ROGERS H
      ATMOSPHERIC CO2 CONCENTRATION, N AVAILABILITY, AND WATER STATUS AFFECT PATTERNS OF ERGASTIC SUBSTANCE DEPOSITION IN LONGLEAF PINE (PINUS-PALUSTRIS MILL.) FOLIAGE

      Trees
    77. SUOMELA J; SUOMINEN O; TORVI M
      VARIATION IN QUALITY OF MOUNTAIN BIRCH AND TEA-LEAVED WILLOW FOR MAMMAL AND INSECT HERBIVORES - DIFFERENCES AMONG TREES, AMONG SITES AND BETWEEN TREE SPECIES

      Ecography
    78. LERDAU M; LITVAK M; PALMER P; MONSON R
      CONTROLS OVER MONOTERPENE EMISSIONS FROM BOREAL FOREST CONIFERS

      Tree physiology
    79. KAROWE DN; SEIMENS DH; MITCHELLOLDS T
      SPECIES-SPECIFIC RESPONSE OF GLUCOSINOLATE CONTENT TO ELEVATED ATMOSPHERIC CO2

      Journal of chemical ecology
    80. HANLEY TA
      A NUTRITIONAL VIEW OF UNDERSTANDING AND COMPLEXITY IN THE PROBLEM OF DIET SELECTION BY DEER (CERVIDAE)

      Oikos
    81. LAVOLA A; JULKUNENTIITTO R; APHALO P; DELAROSA T; LEHTO T
      THE EFFECT OF UV-B RADIATION ON UV-ABSORBING SECONDARY METABOLITES INBIRCH SEEDLINGS GROWN UNDER SIMULATED FOREST SOIL-CONDITIONS

      New phytologist
    82. PUGLISI MP; PAUL VJ
      INTRASPECIFIC VARIATION IN THE RED ALGA PORTIERIA-HORNEMANNII - MONOTERPENE CONCENTRATIONS ARE NOT INFLUENCED BY NITROGEN OR PHOSPHORUS ENRICHMENT

      Marine Biology
    83. REITZ SR; KAROWE DN; DIAWARA MM; TRUMBLE JT
      EFFECTS OF ELEVATED ATMOSPHERIC CARBON-DIOXIDE ON THE GROWTH AND LINEAR FURANOCOUMARIN CONTENT OF CELERY

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
    84. KINNEY KK; LINDROTH RL; JUNG SM; NORDHEIM EV
      EFFECTS OF CO2 AND NO3- AVAILABILITY ON DECIDUOUS TREES - PHYTOCHEMISTRY AND INSECT PERFORMANCE

      Ecology
    85. JULKUNENTIITTO R
      DEFENSIVE EFFORTS OF SALIX MYRSINIFOLIA PLANTLETS IN PHOTOMIXOTROPHICCULTURE CONDITIONS - THE EFFECT OF SUCROSE, NITROGEN AND PH ON THE PHYTOMASS AND SECONDARY PHENOLIC ACCUMULATION

      Ecoscience
    86. IASON GR; DUNCAN AJ; HARTLEY SE; STAINES BW
      FEEDING-BEHAVIOR OF RED DEER (CERVUS-ELAPHUS) ON SITKA SPRUCE (PICEA-SITCHENSIS) - THE ROLE OF CARBON-NUTRIENT BALANCE

      Forest ecology and management
    87. WAINHOUSE D; ASHBURNER R
      THE INFLUENCE OF GENETIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL-FACTORS ON A QUANTITATIVE DEFENSIVE TRAIT IN SPRUCE

      Functional ecology
    88. PECKOL P; KRANE JM; YATES JL
      INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF INDUCIBLE DEFENSE AND RESOURCE AVAILABILITY ONPHLOROTANNINS IN THE NORTH-ATLANTIC BROWN ALGA FUCUS-VESICULOSUS

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    89. KAINULAINEN P; HOLOPAINEN J; PALOMAKI V; HOLOPAINEN T
      EFFECTS OF NITROGEN-FERTILIZATION ON SECONDARY CHEMISTRY AND ECTOMYCORRHIZAL STATE OF SCOTS PINE-SEEDLINGS AND ON GROWTH OF GREY PINE APHID

      Journal of chemical ecology
    90. REED JL; MCCARTHY BC
      PATTERNS OF LEAF TANNIN VARIATION IN CHESTNUT OAK (QUERCUS-PRINUS) AND BLACK OAK (QUERCUS-VELUTINA) WITH RESPECT TO TOPOGRAPHY IN A SOUTHEASTERN OHIO OAK-HICKORY FOREST

      Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club
    91. WILKENS RT; SHEA GO; HALBREICH S; STAMP NE
      RESOURCE AVAILABILITY AND THE TRICHOME DEFENSES OF TOMATO PLANTS

      Oecologia
    92. PENUELAS J; ESTIARTE M; KIMBALL BA; IDSO SB; PINTER PJ; WALL GW; GARCIA RL; HANSAKER DJ; LAMORTE RL; HENDRIX DL
      VARIETY OF RESPONSES OF PLANT PHENOLIC CONCENTRATION TO CO2 ENRICHMENT

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    93. RUOHOMAKI K; CHAPIN FS; HAUKIOJA E; NEUVONEN S; SUOMELA J
      DELAYED INDUCIBLE RESISTANCE IN MOUNTAIN BIRCH IN RESPONSE TO FERTILIZATION AND SHADE

      Ecology
    94. WILKENS RT; SPOERKE JM; STAMP NE
      DIFFERENTIAL RESPONSES OF GROWTH AND 2 SOLUBLE PHENOLICS OF TOMATO TORESOURCE AVAILABILITY

      Ecology
    95. ROTH SK; LINDROTH RL
      ELEVATED ATMOSPHERIC CO2 EFFECTS ON PHYTOCHEMISTRY, INSECT PERFORMANCE AND INSECT PARASITOID INTERACTIONS

      Global change biology
    96. HARTLEY SE; GARDNER SM
      THE RESPONSE OF PHILAENUS-SPUMARIUS (HOMOPTERA, CERCOPIDAE) TO FERTILIZING AND SHADING ITS MOORLAND HOST-PLANT (CALLUNA-VULGARIS)

      Ecological entomology
    97. SUOMELA J; KAITANIEMI P; NILSON A
      SYSTEMATIC WITHIN-TREE VARIATION IN MOUNTAIN BIRCH LEAF QUALITY FOR AGEOMETRID, EPIRRITA-AUTUMNATA

      Ecological entomology
    98. ARNOLD TM; TANNER CE; HATCH WI
      PHENOTYPIC VARIATION IN POLYPHENOLIC CONTENT OF THE TROPICAL BROWN ALGA LOBOPHORA-VARIEGATA AS A FUNCTION OF NITROGEN AVAILABILITY

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    99. FORBES TDA; PEMBERTON IJ; SMITH GR; HENSARLING CM
      SEASONAL-VARIATION OF 2 PHENOLIC AMINES IN ACACIA-BERLANDIERI

      Journal of arid environments
    100. 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


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