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Aims Plants can change in phenology and biomass allocation in response to environmental change. It has been demonstrated that nitrogen is the most limiting resource for plants in many terrestrial ecosystems. Previous studies have usually focused on either flowering phenology or biomass allocation...
Aims A lack of explicit information on differential controls on net primary productivity (NPP) across regions and ecosystem types is largely responsible for uncertainties in global trajectories of terrestrial carbon balance with changing environment. The objectives of this study were to determine...
Aims Although the effects of N addition on plant biomass are well understood, we know a lot less about the importance of N form even though some studies have shown different impacts from reduced and oxidized forms of N. Furthermore, responses to grazing are likely to interact with the response to...