Frans Möller

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This study focuses on the influence of nitrogen (N) availability and species on rhizodeposition and on decomposition of rhizodeposits, roots and soil organic matter. Four perennial grass species were studied that are characteristic of grassland habitats that differ in nutrient availability. These perennial grass species, Holcus lanatus L., Festuca rubra L.,(More)
We investigated how shoot and root allocation in plants responds to increasing levels of competitive stress at different levels of soil fertility. In addition, we analyzed whether different responses were due to adaptive plasticity or should be attributed to ontogenetic drift. Plantago lanceolata plants were grown during 18 weeks at five plant densities and(More)
  • F Möller
  • 1983
Connected with the elaboration of the sanitary norm of cadmium in soil were performed examinations to appoint the self-purification index. This index is the highest permissible concentration of a noxious chemical substance in soil not yet injuring irreversible the process of natural self-purification. As criterions of the self-purification were selected(More)