Biomass Allocation And Nitrogen Limitation In A Cryptomeria Japonica Plantation Chronosequence

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Ohte, N., Tokuchi, N. and Yoshioka, T. Biomass allocation and nitrogen limitation in a Cryptomeria japonica plantation chronosequence. Journal of Forest Research, 14:276-285, 2009. ・松川太一・吉岡崇仁・鄭 躍軍、森林−農地−水系に関する関心事調査、社会と調査、 3:59-64, 2009.

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Biomass allocation and nitrogen limitation in a Cryptomeria japonica plantation chronosequence. Journal of Forest Research. 14:276-285 〔学会発表〕(計. 9. 件) 福島慶太郎・尾谷香奈・嶋村鉄也・舘野隆之 輔・徳地直子:スギ人工林の成立に伴う 生葉・リター・土壌有機物の質的

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82 Cryptomeria japonica D. Don is the dominant plantation species (comprising approximately 83 45% of the artificial forest area in Japan). These plantation forests have undergone, and will

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