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BEMERKUNGEN UEBER BROMUS MADRITENSIS UND B. RUBENS (GRAMINEAE) = REMARQUES SUR B. M. ET B. R. (G.)SCHOLZ H.1981; WILLDENOWIA; ISSN 0511-9618; DEU; DA. 1981; VOL. 11; NO 2; PP. 249-258; ABS. ENG; BIBL. 17 REF.Article

Feedbacks of soil inoculum of mycorrhizal fungi altered by N deposition on the growth of a native shrub and an invasive annual grassSIGÜENZA, Concepcion; CORKIDI, Lea; ALLEN, Edith B et al.Plant and soil. 2006, Vol 286, Num 1-2, pp 153-165, issn 0032-079X, 13 p.Article

Spatial patterns of plant isotope tracers in the Los Angeles urban regionWENWEN WANG; PATAKI, Diane E.Landscape ecology. 2010, Vol 25, Num 1, pp 35-52, issn 0921-2973, 18 p.Article

Cytophotometric analysis of DNA content in cell nuclei of fine Bromus species of Genea sectionNAGANOWSKA, B.Genetica Polonica. 1993, Vol 34, Num 3, pp 215-221, issn 0016-6715Article

Karyotypes of five Bromus species of genea sectionNAGANOWSKA, B.Genetica Polonica. 1993, Vol 34, Num 3, pp 197-213, issn 0016-6715Article

CO2 enrichment reduces the energetic cost of biomass construction in an invasive desert grassNAGEL, Jennifer M; HUXMAN, Travis E; GRIFFIN, Kevin L et al.Ecology (Durham). 2004, Vol 85, Num 1, pp 100-106, issn 0012-9658, 7 p.Article

Floristisches und Taxonomisches über einige Gramineae von Rhodos und Symi (Ost-Ägäis, Griechenland) = Floristique et systématique de quelques Gramineae de Rhodes et Simi (Est de la Mer Egée, Grèce) = Floristic and taxonomic notes on some Gramineae from Rhodos and Simi (East Aegean area, Greece)SCHOLZ, H.Willdenowia. 1989, Vol 19, Num 1, pp 105-110, issn 0511-9618Article

Effects of litter and standing biomass on growth and reproduction of two annual species in a Mediterranean old-fieldVIOLLE, Cyrille; RICHARTE, Jean; NAVAS, Marie-Laure et al.Journal of Ecology. 2006, Vol 94, Num 1, pp 196-205, issn 0022-0477, 10 p.Article

Interspecific control of non-symbiotic carbon partitioning in the rhizosphere of a grass-clover association: Bromus madritensis-Trifolium angustifoliumWAREMBOURG, F. R; ROUMET, C; LAFONT, F et al.Journal of experimental botany. 2004, Vol 55, Num 397, pp 743-750, issn 0022-0957, 8 p.Article

The natural history of Petrobia (Tetranychina) harti (Ewing) and Petrobia (Mesotetranychus) tunisiae Manson (Acari: Tetranychiae) in the laboratoryDUBITZKI, E; GERSON, U.Experimental & applied acarology. 1987, Vol 3, Num 2, pp 91-94, issn 0168-8162Article

Short and long-term responses of whole-plant gas exchange to elevated CO2 in four herbaceous speciesROUMET, C; GARNIER, E; SUZOR, H et al.Environmental and experimental botany. 2000, Vol 43, Num 2, pp 155-169, issn 0098-8472Article

Drivers of spatial variability in urban plant and soil isotopic composition in the Los Angeles basinWENWEN WANG; PATAKI, Diane E.Plant and soil. 2012, Vol 350, Num 1-2, pp 323-338, issn 0032-079X, 16 p.Article

Reproductive allocation and seed production in Bromus madritensis ssp. rubens at elevated atmospheric CO2HUXMAN, T. E; HAMERLYNCK, E. P; SMITH, S. D et al.Functional ecology (Print). 1999, Vol 13, Num 6, pp 769-777, issn 0269-8463Article

Phosphorus acquisition by Bromus madritensis ssp. rubens from soil interspaces shared with Mojave Desert shrubsYODER, C. K; NOWAK, R. S.Functional ecology (Print). 2000, Vol 14, Num 6, pp 685-692, issn 0269-8463Article

Root growth and function of three Mojave Desert grasses in response to elevated atmospheric CO2 concentrationYODER, C. K; VIVIN, P; DEFALCO, L. A et al.New phytologist. 2000, Vol 145, Num 2, pp 245-256, issn 0028-646XArticle

Effects of rock climbing on cliff plant communities at Joshua Tree National Park, CaliforniaCAMP, R. J; KNIGHT, R. L.Conservation biology. 1998, Vol 12, Num 6, pp 1302-1306, issn 0888-8892Article

Utilisation des formes isofonctionnelles de protéines enzymatiques pour l'étude de populations naturelles de bromes (Bromus sect. Genea Dumort., Gramineae) = Use of isofonctionnal forms of enzymatic proteins for Bromus natural populations studyESNAULT, M. A; LARHER, F.Botanica rhedonica. Série A. 1983, Num 18, pp 17-25, issn 0374-1885Article

Plant phenology and soil fertility effects on below-ground carbon allocation for an annual (Bromus madritensis) and a perennial (Bromus erectus) grass speciesWAREMBOURG, F. R; ESTELRICH, H. D.Soil biology & biochemistry. 2001, Vol 33, Num 10, pp 1291-1303, issn 0038-0717Article

Differences in rhizosphere carbon-partitioning among plant species of different familiesWAREMBOURG, F. R; ROUMET, C; LAFONT, F et al.Plant and soil. 2003, Vol 256, Num 2, pp 347-357, issn 0032-079X, 11 p.Article

Soil microorganisms of a native shrub and exotic grasses along a nitrogen deposition gradient in southern CaliforniaSIGÜENZA, Concepcion; CROWLEY, David E; ALLEN, Edith B et al.Agriculture,ecosystems & environment. Applied soil ecology. 2006, Vol 32, Num 1, pp 13-26, issn 0929-1393, 14 p.Article

Bidirectional facilitation and interference between shrubs and annuals in the Mojave desertHOLZAPFEL, C; MAHALL, B. E.Ecology (Durham). 1999, Vol 80, Num 5, pp 1747-1761, issn 0012-9658Article

Root traits and taxonomic affiliation of nine herbaceous species grown in glasshouse conditionsROUMET, Catherine; LAFONT, Francoise; SARI, Muhaymina et al.Plant and soil. 2008, Vol 312, Num 1-2, pp 69-83, issn 0032-079X, 15 p.Conference Paper

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