Adaptations of plant populations to nutrient-poor environments and their implications for soil nutrient mineralization.

F. Berendse, W. Braakhekke, T. van der Krift

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInherent variation in plant growth: physiological mechanisms and ecological consequences
EditorsH. Lambers, H. Poorter, M.M.I. van Vuuren
Place of PublicationLeiden
PublisherBackhuys Publishers
Pages503-514
Publication statusPublished - 1998

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Berendse, F., Braakhekke, W., & van der Krift, T. (1998). Adaptations of plant populations to nutrient-poor environments and their implications for soil nutrient mineralization. In H. Lambers, H. Poorter, & M. M. I. van Vuuren (Eds.), Inherent variation in plant growth: physiological mechanisms and ecological consequences (pp. 503-514). Leiden: Backhuys Publishers.