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Direct nitrogen transfer in the clover (Trifolium pratense)-grass (Lolium italicum) association: problems arising from its estimation by 15N



Direct nitrogen transfer in the clover (Trifolium pratense)-grass (Lolium italicum) association: problems arising from its estimation by 15N



Acta Oecologica, Oecologia Plantarum 7(2): 213-217



Direct transfer of N between T. pratense and L. italicum was estimated using a 15N labelling method. N was transferred in both directions in equal quantities.

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