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ECOPHYSIOLOGY OF GRASSLANDS: DYNAMIC ASPECTS OF FORAGE PLANT POPULATIONS IN GRAZED SWARDS

@inproceedings{Lemaire2016ECOPHYSIOLOGYOG,
  title={ECOPHYSIOLOGY OF GRASSLANDS: DYNAMIC ASPECTS OF FORAGE PLANT POPULATIONS IN GRAZED SWARDS},
  author={G. Lemaire},
  year={2016}
}
The aim of this paper is to review knowledge of the ecophysiological mechanisms influencing the dynamics of plant populations in grazed swards. Such an objective requires some definitions. Firstly, it is necessary to define “ecophysiology” as the study of the interactions between biological individuals (plants) with their own environment: how individuals perceive and react to any constraint and change of their environment, and how the functioning of plants as a population can modify their own… Expand
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