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  1. The climate benefits of high-sugar grassland may be compromised by ozone pollution

    Hewitt, D., Mills, G., Hayes, F. & Davies, W. J., 15/09/2016, In: Science of the Total Environment. 565, p. 95-104 10 p.

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  2. N-fixation in legumes: an assessment of the potential threat posed by ozone pollution

    Hewitt, D., Mills, G. E., Hayes, F., Coyle, M., Wilkinson, S. & Davies, W. J., 01/2016, In: Environmental Pollution. 208, Part B, p. 909-918 10 p.

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  3. Highlighting the threat from current and near-future ozone pollution to clover in pasture

    Hewitt, D., Mills, G. E., Hayes, F., Wilkinson, S. & Davies, W. J., 06/2014, In: Environmental Pollution. 189, p. 111-117 7 p.

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  4. A mixture of grass and clover combines the positive effects of both plant species on selected soil biota.

    van Eekeren, N., van Liere, D., de Vries, F., Rutgers, M., de Goede, R. & Brussaard, L., 07/2009, In: Applied Soil Ecology. 42, 3, p. 254-263 10 p.

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  5. Fungal/bacterial ratios in grasslands with contrasting nitrogen management.

    de Vries, F. T., Hoffland, E., van Eekeren, N., Brussaard, L. & Bloem, J., 08/2006, In: Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 38, 8, p. 2092-2103 12 p.

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  6. Root parasite induced nitrogen transfer between plants is density dependent.

    Dromph, K. M., Cook, R., Ostle, N. J. & Bardgett, R. D., 08/2006, In: Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 38, 8, p. 2495-2498 4 p.

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