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RELATIVE ADDITION RATE AND EXTERNAL CONCENTRATION; DRIVING VARIABLES USED IN PLANT NUTRITION RESEARCHINGESTAD T.1982; PLANT CELL ENVIRON.; GBR; DA. 1982; VOL. 5; NO 6; PP. 443-453; BIBL. 67 REF.Article

NITROGEN AND CATION NUTRITION OF THREE ECOLOGICALLY DIFFERENT PLANT SPECIES.INGESTAD T.1976; PHYSIOL. PLANTARUM; DANEM.; DA. 1976; VOL. 38; NO 1; PP. 29-34; BIBL. 25 REF.Article

MINERAL NUTRIENT REQUIREMENTS OF PINUS SILVESTRIS AND PICEA ABIES SEEDLINGSINGESTAD T.1979; PHYSIOL. PLANTARUM; DNK; DA. 1979; VOL. 45; NO 4; PP. 373-380; BIBL. 23 REF.Article

A DEFINITION OF OPTIMUM NUTRIENT REQUIREMENTS IN BIRCH SEEDLINGS. II: INFLUENCE OF PH AND TEMPERATURE OF NUTRIENT SOLUTIONINGESTAD T.1979; PHYSIOL. PLANTARUM; DNK; DA. 1979; VOL. 46; NO 1; PP. 31-35; BIBL. 20 REF.Article

GROWTH, NUTRITION, AND NITROGEN FIXATION IN GREY ALDER AT VARIED RATE OF NITROGEN ADDITIONINGESTAD T.1980; PHYSIOL. PLANT.; ISSN 0031-9317; DNK; DA. 1980; VOL. 50; NO 4; PP. 353-364; BIBL. 16 REF.Article

RELATIVE ADDITION RATE AND EXTERNAL CONCENTRATION DRIVING VARIABLES USED INPLANT NUTRITION RESEARCHINGESTAD T.1982; PLANT, CELL AND ENVIRONMENT; ISSN 0140-7791; GBR; DA. 1982; VOL. 5; NO 6; PP. 443-453; BIBL. 2 P.Article

GROWTH, NUTRITION, AND NITROGEN FIXATION IN GREY ALDER AT VARIED RATE OF NITROGEN ADDITIONINGESTAD T.1980; PHYSIOL. PLANT.; DNK; DA. 1980; VOL. 50; NO 4; PP. 353-364; BIBL. 16 REF.Article

NITROGEN STRESS IN BIRCH SEEDLINGS. II: N, K, P, CA, AND MG NUTRITIONINGESTAD T.1979; PHYSIOL. PLANTARUM; DNK; DA. 1979; VOL. 45; NO 1; PP. 149-157; BIBL. 13 REF.Article

A shift of paradigm is needed in plant scienceINGESTAD, T.Physiologia Plantarum (København. 1948). 1997, Vol 101, Num 2, pp 446-450, issn 0031-9317Article

A fertilization model based on the concepts of nutrient flux density and nutrient productivityINGESTAD, T.Scandinavian journal of forest research. 1988, Vol 3, Num 2, pp 157-173, issn 0282-7581Article

Fertilization model, ecosystem model of biomass production, nutrient cycling, and fertilizationINGESTAD, T.1986, Vol 5, Num 1-2, pp 5-11Article

New concepts on soil fertility and plant nutrition as illustrated by research on forest trees and standsINGESTAD, T.Geoderma (Amsterdam). 1987, Vol 40, Num 3-4, pp 237-252, issn 0016-7061Article

NITROGEN STRESS IN BIRCH SEEDLINGS. I: GROWTH TECHNIQUE AND GROWTHINGESTAD T; LUND AB.1979; PHYSIOL. PLANTARUM; DNK; DA. 1979; VOL. 45; NO 1; PP. 137-148; BIBL. 14 REF.Article

Nutrition and growth of forest treesINGESTAD, T.Tappi journal. 1991, Vol 74, Num 1, pp 55-62, issn 0734-1415, 8 p.Article

CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM AND FROST HARDINESS IN PINE AND SPRUCE SEEDLINGS GROWN AT DIFFERENT PHOTOPERIODS AND THERMOPERIODS = METABOLISME GLUCIDIQUE ET RESISTANCE AU FROID DES PLANTULES DE PINUS SILVESTRIS ET PICEA ABIES CROISSANT A DIFFERENTES PHOTO- ET THERMOPERIODESARONSSON A; INGESTAD T; LOOF LG et al.1976; PHYSIOL. PLANTARUM; DANEM.; DA. 1976; VOL. 36; NO 2; PP. 127-132; BIBL. 27REF.Article

Nutrition and growth of coniferous seedlings at varied relative nitrogen addition rateINGESTAD, T; KAHR, M.Physiologia Plantarum (København. 1948). 1985, Vol 65, Num 2, pp 109-116, issn 0031-9317Article

NUTRIENT FLUX DENSITY MODEL OF MINERAL NUTRITION IN CONIFER ECOSYSTEMSINGESTAD T; ARONSSON A; AGREN GI et al.1981; STUD. FOR. SUEC.; ISSN 0039-3150; SWE; DA. 1981; NO 160; PP. 61-71; BIBL. 14 REF.Conference Paper

Theory and techniques for steady state mineral nutrition and growth of plantsINGESTAD, T; LUND, A. B.1986, Vol 1, Num 4, pp 439-453Article

Theories and methods on plant nutrition and growthINGESTAD, T; AGREN, G. I.Physiologia Plantarum (København. 1948). 1992, Vol 84, Num 1, pp 177-184, issn 0031-9317Article

Nutrient uptake and allocation at steady-state nutritionINGESTAD, T; AGREN, G. I.Physiologia Plantarum (København. 1948). 1988, Vol 72, Num 3, pp 450-459, issn 0031-9317Article

Nutrition and growth of birch seedlings at varied relative phosphorus addition ratesERICSSON, T; INGESTAD, T.Physiologia Plantarum (København. 1948). 1988, Vol 72, Num 2, pp 227-235, issn 0031-9317Article

A comparison between methods used to control nutrient supplyHELLGREN, O; INGESTAD, T.Journal of experimental botany. 1996, Vol 47, Num 294, pp 117-122, issn 0022-0957Article

Root: shoot ratio as a balance between nitrogen productivity and photosynthesisAGREN, G. I; INGESTAD, T.Plant, cell and environment (Print). 1987, Vol 10, Num 7, pp 579-586, issn 0140-7791Article

Nutrient requirements and stress response of Populus simonii and Paulownia tomentosaJIA HUI-JUN; INGESTAD, T.Physiologia Plantarum (København. 1948). 1984, Vol 62, Num 2, pp 117-124, issn 0031-9317Article

The influence of ectomycorrhiza on nitrogen nutrition and growth of Pinus sylvestris seedlingsINGESTAD, T; ARVEBY, A. S; KAHR, M et al.Physiologia Plantarum (København. 1948). 1986, Vol 68, Num 4, pp 575-582, issn 0031-9317Article

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