Reproductive response to nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization along the Hawaiian archipelago’s natural soil fertility gradient

@article{DiManno2015ReproductiveRT,
  title={Reproductive response to nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization along the Hawaiian archipelago’s natural soil fertility gradient},
  author={Nicole M. DiManno and R. Ostertag},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={2015},
  volume={180},
  pages={245-255}
}
Nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) are the most important nutrients involved in plant reproduction and typically the most limiting in terrestrial ecosystems. The natural soil fertility gradient of the Hawaiian archipelago, in which younger islands are N limited and older islands are P limited, provides a model system to examine questions regarding allocation of nutrients. Using fertilized plots (+N or +P) at the extreme sites of the Hawaiian archipelago, vegetative productivity (e.g., net primary… Expand
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