Parasitic plants—impacts on nutrient cycling

@article{Quested2008ParasiticPO,
  title={Parasitic plants—impacts on nutrient cycling},
  author={Helen M. Quested},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2008},
  volume={311},
  pages={269-272}
}
Whilst it is widely accepted that different plant species influence ecosystem processes such as nutrient cycling, we are still far from understanding and predicting the effects of changes in vegetation composition on biogeochemical cycles. Ameloot E, Verlinden G, Boeckx P, Verheyen K, Hermy M. Impact of hemiparasitic Rhinanthus angustifolius and Rhinanthus minor on nitrogen availability in grassland (this issue) examine, for the first time, the impact of root hemiparasitic plants on in-situ… CONTINUE READING

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