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Response of Mediterranean rangeland species (plant weigbt and mineral composition) to water conditions.

AuthorsPastor Piñeiro, Jesús ; Hernández, Ana Jesús; Rey Benayas, J.M.; Oliver, Salvador
KeywordsPlant composition,
Plant weight,
Rangeland plants,
Site humidity.
Issue Date1994
Citation15th General Meeting of the Europea Grassland Federation. Wageningen, The Netherlands. 6-9 june: 96-101 (1994)
AbstractAn analysis of plant composition and plant weight of different rangeland species from Spain revealed that these species are largely dependent on the humidity of the babitats where they thrive. Rainfall increases plant weight and affects K and Na content in Trifolium sublerraneum. Precipitation was found to be significant for P, Ca, Mg and Na uptake. Soil moisture affects Mg and Na uptake by plants.
Description6 páginas, 1 figura y 1 tabla estadística
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