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- Pereira-Silva, E.F.L.; Casals, P.; Sodek, L.; Delitti, W.B.C.; Vallejo, V.R.
- Environmental and experimental botany 2019 v.159 pp. 157-167
- perennials, etc ; Brachypodium; Dactylis glomerata; aboveground biomass; belowground biomass; bromine; buds; cutting; defoliation; ecosystems; enzyme activity; grasses; grazing intensity; growth traits; leaves; mineralization; nitrate reductase; nitrogen; nitrogen content; phytomass; regrowth; rhizomes; root systems; rootstocks; soil; stable isotopes; temperature; Mediterranean region; Show all 28 Subjects
- ... Immediately after fire, soil nitrogen availability increases due to ash deposition and the stimulation of mineralization by increased temperature. The coexistence of plant resprouters with contrasting root traits that grow soon after fire suggests different strategies operating for the re-acquisition of space, capturing resources and resisting additional stresses. Brachypodium retusum and Dactylis ...