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Physiology and early life-history associated with extreme longevity: An investigation of Pinus longaeva (Great Basin bristlecone pine)
- A. Barber
- Environmental Science
Seed banks in plant conservation: Case study of Santa Cruz tarplant restoration
Phytotoxicity of American beech leaf leachate to sugar maple seedlings in a greenhouse experiment
In an effort to reexamine the factors that affect codominance of American beech (Fagus grandifolia Ehrh.) and sugar maple (Acer saccharum Marsh.), a greenhouse experiment was conducted to test the…
Shelter provided by wood, facilitation, and density-dependent herbivory influence Great Basin bristlecone pine seedling survival
Trifolium piorkowskii (Fabaceae, Papilionoideae), a New Clover from Shasta County, California, U.S.A.
A new species of clover is described that differs from all other members of the T. fucatum complex in calyx and floral morphology, leaflet shape and markings, foliaceous stipules, and smooth seed coat.
Mustard Cover Crops for Control Soilborne Disease and Weeds, and Nitrogen Cycling in Cool Season Vegetable Production in the Salinas Valley
Comparisons of lipid oxidation products of three beef retail cuts from cattle finished on forage and conventional feedlot diets
Mechanisms of species range shift at treeline in bristlecone pine forests
Brassica Cover Crops: Impacts on Plant Nutrition and Pest Management
Introduction Cover cropping is an age old agricultural practice that provides benefits to cropping systems such as increasing nitrogen supply to subsequent crops, conserving and cycling nutrients…