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  1. Arbuscular mycorrhiza protect an annual grass from root pathogenic fungi in the field. (1995)
Newsham K K, Fitter A H et al
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Newsham, K K (Kevin) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  2. Developing strategies to enhance sustainable biological processes in contaminated urban soils. URGENT. Final report (2002)
Harrison A F, Fitter A H et al
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Harrison, A F (Tony) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  3. Diversity and function of arbuscular mycorrhizas in natural ecosystems. (1996)
Fitter A H, Newsham K K et al
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Reserve a copy 4. Ecological interactions in soil : plants, microbes and animals (1985)
Fitter, A H
Copies: 3
Fitter, A H (Author)631.46Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 5. Environmental physiology of plants (2nd ed) (1987)
Fitter, A H; Hay, R K M
ISBN: 0122577647
Copies: 1
Fitter, A H (Author)518:581.1Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  6. A field study using the fungicide benomyl to investigate the effect of mycorrhizal fungi on plant fitness. (1992)
Carey P D, Fitter A H et al
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  7. Impact of soil warming and shading on colonization and community structure of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in roots of a native grassland community (2004)
Heinemeyer A, Ridgway K P et al
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  8. Multi-functionality and biodiversity in arbuscular mycorrhizas. (1995)
Newsham K K, Fitter A H et al
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  9. The phosphorus nutrition of wild plants and the paradox of arenate tolerance: does leaf phosphate concentration control flowering? (1998)
Fitter A H, Wright W J et al
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  10. Rapid turnover of hyphae of mycorrhizal fungi determined by AMS microanalysis of 14C (2003)
Staddon P L, Ramsay C B et al
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  11. Rhizosphere and root-infecting fungi and the design of ecological field experiments. (1995)
Newsham K K, Watkinson A.R. et al
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  12. The role of mutualisms in plant population dynamics. (1996)
Watkinson A.R., Newsham K K et al
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Reserve a copy 13. Root dynamics and global change : an ecosystem perspective (2000)
Norby, R J; Fitter, A H; Jackson, R B
ISBN: 0521805414
Copies: 1
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  14. Root pathogenic and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi determine fecundity of asymptotic plants in the field. (1994)
Newsham K K, Fitter A H et al
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  15. Root production and turnover in an upland grassland subjected to artificial soil warming respond to radiation flux and nutrients, not temperature. (1999)
Fitter A H, Self G K et al
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  16. Root production is determined by radiation flux in a temperate grassland community (2004)
Edwards E L, Benham D G et al
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  17. Root production, turnover and respiration under two grassland types along an altitudinal gradient: influence of temperature and solar radiation. (1998)
Fitter A H, Graves J D et al
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  18. The soil. (New naturalist no.77). (1992)
Davis B N K, Walker N et al
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  19. The speed of soil carbon throughput in an upland grassland is increased by liming (2003)
Staddon P L, Ostle N J et al
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  20. Symbiotic fungi determine plant community structure: changes in a lichen-rich community induced by fungicide application. (1995)
Newsham K K, Watkinson A.R. et al
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