Advances in Agronomy, 97권
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Some Prospective Strategies for Improving Crop Salt Tolerance
Succession of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi Patterns Causes and Considerations for Organic Agriculture
Modeling N Dynamics to Assess Environmental Impacts of Cropped Soils
The Role of Scientists in Multiscale Land Use Analysis Lessons Learned from Dutch Communities of Practice
Soil Structure A History from Tilth to Habitat
abiotic aggregates Agric agriculture Agron antiporter application approach Arabidopsis Arabidopsis thaliana Ashraf barley Biol biomass chemical chromophores clay concentrations crop rotation cropping systems Day Day Day decomposition Dematteˆ denitrification developed downscaling dynamics ecosystems effects emissions environment environmental erosion estimated exogenous factors fallow farm farmers fertilizer field gene germination global haÀ1 halophytic ICARDA improved increased inputs land legumes manure mapping measurements Mediterranean methods microbial mineralization models monitoring mycorrhizal nitrogen nutrient overexpression oxidative plant growth potential predict processes production proline rainfall region remote sensing response rice Ryan saline conditions salt stress salt tolerance samples scientists seed simulation soil functions soil organic matter soil pH Soil profile soil properties soil respiration Soil Sci soil science soil structure spatial species spectral stress tolerance studies sustainable techniques temperature sensitivity tillage tilth tion transgenic plants upscaling uptake vetch water content wheat yield