Potential advantages of highly mycotrophic foraging for the establishment of early successional pioneer plants on sand

Höpfner I, Friede M, Unger S, Beyschlag W (2014)
Functional Plant Biology 42(1): 95-104.

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Erscheinungsjahr
2014
Zeitschriftentitel
Functional Plant Biology
Band
42
Ausgabe
1
Seite(n)
95-104
ISSN
1445-4408
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2692681

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Höpfner I, Friede M, Unger S, Beyschlag W. Potential advantages of highly mycotrophic foraging for the establishment of early successional pioneer plants on sand. Functional Plant Biology. 2014;42(1):95-104.
Höpfner, I., Friede, M., Unger, S., & Beyschlag, W. (2014). Potential advantages of highly mycotrophic foraging for the establishment of early successional pioneer plants on sand. Functional Plant Biology, 42(1), 95-104. doi:10.1071/FP14097
Höpfner, I., Friede, M., Unger, S., and Beyschlag, W. (2014). Potential advantages of highly mycotrophic foraging for the establishment of early successional pioneer plants on sand. Functional Plant Biology 42, 95-104.
Höpfner, I., et al., 2014. Potential advantages of highly mycotrophic foraging for the establishment of early successional pioneer plants on sand. Functional Plant Biology, 42(1), p 95-104.
I. Höpfner, et al., “Potential advantages of highly mycotrophic foraging for the establishment of early successional pioneer plants on sand”, Functional Plant Biology, vol. 42, 2014, pp. 95-104.
Höpfner, I., Friede, M., Unger, S., Beyschlag, W.: Potential advantages of highly mycotrophic foraging for the establishment of early successional pioneer plants on sand. Functional Plant Biology. 42, 95-104 (2014).
Höpfner, Ingo, Friede, Martina, Unger, Stephan, and Beyschlag, Wolfram. “Potential advantages of highly mycotrophic foraging for the establishment of early successional pioneer plants on sand”. Functional Plant Biology 42.1 (2014): 95-104.

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