The role of soil seed bank, germination ecology and the influence of soil crusts for the successful establishment of dominant plant species on sandy soils

Steinlein T, Wittland M (2006)
In: Restoration and stability of ecosystems in arid and semi-arid areas. Jiarong G, Veste M, Beyschlag W (Eds);Beijing: Science Press: 65-76.

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Steinlein T, Wittland M. The role of soil seed bank, germination ecology and the influence of soil crusts for the successful establishment of dominant plant species on sandy soils. In: Jiarong G, Veste M, Beyschlag W, eds. Restoration and stability of ecosystems in arid and semi-arid areas. Beijing: Science Press; 2006: 65-76.
Steinlein, T., & Wittland, M. (2006). The role of soil seed bank, germination ecology and the influence of soil crusts for the successful establishment of dominant plant species on sandy soils. In G. Jiarong, M. Veste, & W. Beyschlag (Eds.), Restoration and stability of ecosystems in arid and semi-arid areas (pp. 65-76). Beijing: Science Press.
Steinlein, T., and Wittland, M. (2006). “The role of soil seed bank, germination ecology and the influence of soil crusts for the successful establishment of dominant plant species on sandy soils” in Restoration and stability of ecosystems in arid and semi-arid areas, ed. G. Jiarong, M. Veste, and W. Beyschlag (Beijing: Science Press), 65-76.
Steinlein, T., & Wittland, M., 2006. The role of soil seed bank, germination ecology and the influence of soil crusts for the successful establishment of dominant plant species on sandy soils. In G. Jiarong, M. Veste, & W. Beyschlag, eds. Restoration and stability of ecosystems in arid and semi-arid areas. Beijing: Science Press, pp. 65-76.
T. Steinlein and M. Wittland, “The role of soil seed bank, germination ecology and the influence of soil crusts for the successful establishment of dominant plant species on sandy soils”, Restoration and stability of ecosystems in arid and semi-arid areas, G. Jiarong, M. Veste, and W. Beyschlag, eds., Beijing: Science Press, 2006, pp.65-76.
Steinlein, T., Wittland, M.: The role of soil seed bank, germination ecology and the influence of soil crusts for the successful establishment of dominant plant species on sandy soils. In: Jiarong, G., Veste, M., and Beyschlag, W. (eds.) Restoration and stability of ecosystems in arid and semi-arid areas. p. 65-76. Science Press, Beijing (2006).
Steinlein, Thomas, and Wittland, Melanie. “The role of soil seed bank, germination ecology and the influence of soil crusts for the successful establishment of dominant plant species on sandy soils”. Restoration and stability of ecosystems in arid and semi-arid areas. Ed. G. Jiarong, Maik Veste, and Wolfram Beyschlag. Beijing: Science Press, 2006. 65-76.
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