Effects of rooted and shoot sampling schemes on species richness and species-area curves
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Contrasted resistance of stone-dwelling Geodermatophilaceae species to stresses known to give rise to reactive oxygen species Gtari, M; Essoussi, I; Maaoui, R; Sghaier, H; Boujmil, R; Gury, J; Pujic, P; Brusetti, L; Chouaia, B; Crotti, E; Daffonchio, D; Boudabous, A; Normand, P (Oxford University Press (OUP): Policy B - Oxford Open Option D, 2012)Stones in arid environments are inhabited by actinobacteria of the family Geodermatophilaceae like the genera Blastococcus and Modestobacter frequently isolated from altered calcarenites. Their habitat requires adaptation ...
Wellstein, C (2012)Changes in land use and climate interfere with grassland ecosystem processes. Here I experimentally investigated the combined effects of land-use change related litter cover and contrasting water supply on seedling emergence. ...
Effects of biological soil crusts on seed bank, germination and establishment of two annual plant species in the Tengger Desert (N China) Li, X-R; Jia, X-H; Long, L-Q; Zerbe, S (2005)The presence of biological soil crusts can affect the germination and survival of vascular plants, but the reasons are not well investigated. We have conducted a field investigation and greenhouse experiments to test the ...