Plant composition changes in a small-scale community have a large effect on the performance of an economically important grassland pest.
Qin, Xinghu; Wu, Huihui; Huang, Xunbing; Lock, T Ryan; Kallenbach, Robert L; Ma, Jingchuan; Ali, Md Panna; Tu, Xiongbing; Cao, Guangchun; Wang, Guangjun; Nong, Xiangqun; McNeill, Mark R; Zhang, Zehua.
; 19(1): 32, 2019 09 04.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-31484520
Biological and ecological evidences suggest Stipa krylovii (Pooideae), contributes to optimal growth performance and population distribution of the grasshopper Oedaleus asiaticus.
Ecosystem engineering strengthens bottom-up and weakens top-down effects via trait-mediated indirect interactions.
Effects of grasshoppers on prairies: Herbivore composition matters more than richness in three grassland ecosystems.
Grazing exclusion promotes grasses functional group dominance via increasing of bud banks in steppe community.
Environmental and management controls of soil carbon storage in grasslands of southwestern China.
Mesoherbivores affect grasshopper communities in a megaherbivore-dominated South African savannah.
[Optimized Spectral Indices Based Estimation of Forage Grass Biomass].
Plant production decreases whereas nutrients concentration increases in response to the decrease of mowing stubble height.
Drought sensitivity of aboveground productivity in Leymus chinensis meadow steppe depends on drought timing.
Grassland structural heterogeneity in a savanna is driven more by productivity differences than by consumption differences between lawn and bunch grasses.