A novel mechanism for grazing lawn formation: large herbivore-induced modification of the plant-soil water balance

Veldhuis MP, Howison RA, Fokkema R, Tielens E, Olff H (2014)
Journal of Ecology 102(6): 1506-1517.

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Autor/in
Veldhuis, Michiel P.; Howison, Ruth A.; Fokkema, RienkUniBi ; Tielens, Elske; Olff, Han
Erscheinungsjahr
2014
Zeitschriftentitel
Journal of Ecology
Band
102
Ausgabe
6
Seite(n)
1506-1517
ISSN
0022-0477
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2920425

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Veldhuis MP, Howison RA, Fokkema R, Tielens E, Olff H. A novel mechanism for grazing lawn formation: large herbivore-induced modification of the plant-soil water balance. Journal of Ecology. 2014;102(6):1506-1517.
Veldhuis, M. P., Howison, R. A., Fokkema, R., Tielens, E., & Olff, H. (2014). A novel mechanism for grazing lawn formation: large herbivore-induced modification of the plant-soil water balance. Journal of Ecology, 102(6), 1506-1517. doi:10.1111/1365-2745.12322
Veldhuis, M. P., Howison, R. A., Fokkema, R., Tielens, E., and Olff, H. (2014). A novel mechanism for grazing lawn formation: large herbivore-induced modification of the plant-soil water balance. Journal of Ecology 102, 1506-1517.
Veldhuis, M.P., et al., 2014. A novel mechanism for grazing lawn formation: large herbivore-induced modification of the plant-soil water balance. Journal of Ecology, 102(6), p 1506-1517.
M.P. Veldhuis, et al., “A novel mechanism for grazing lawn formation: large herbivore-induced modification of the plant-soil water balance”, Journal of Ecology, vol. 102, 2014, pp. 1506-1517.
Veldhuis, M.P., Howison, R.A., Fokkema, R., Tielens, E., Olff, H.: A novel mechanism for grazing lawn formation: large herbivore-induced modification of the plant-soil water balance. Journal of Ecology. 102, 1506-1517 (2014).
Veldhuis, Michiel P., Howison, Ruth A., Fokkema, Rienk, Tielens, Elske, and Olff, Han. “A novel mechanism for grazing lawn formation: large herbivore-induced modification of the plant-soil water balance”. Journal of Ecology 102.6 (2014): 1506-1517.