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dry area

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dry area

Is leaf dry matter content a better predictor of soil fertility than specific leaf area?

Specific Leaf Area and Dry Matter Content Estimate Thickness in Laminar Leaves

Branch Development Controls Leaf Area Dynamics in Grapevine (Vitis vinifera) Growing in Drying Soil

Ecology of Dry-Forest Wildland Insects in the Area de Conservación Guanacaste

Recent treeline dynamics are similar between dry and mesic areas of Nepal, central Himalaya

Influence of leaf dry mass per area, CO2, and irradiance on mesophyll conductance in sclerophylls

Simulation of Leaf Area Development Based on Dry Matter Partitioning and Specific Leaf Area for Cut Chrysanthemum

Effect of 3D Nitrogen, Dry Mass per Area and Local Irradiance on Canopy Photosynthesis Within Leaves of Contrasted Heterogeneous Maize Crops

Is Partitioning of Dry Weight and Leaf Area Within Dactylis glomerata Affected by N and CO2Enrichment?

Spatial distribution of leaf dry weight per area and leaf nitrogen concentration in relation to local radiation regime within an isolated tree crown

Dry weight partitioning and hydraulic traits in young Pinus taeda trees fertilized with nitrogen and phosphorus in a subtropical area

Calibration and assessment of seasonal changes in leaf area index of a tropical dry forest in different stages of succession

Photosynthesis at an extreme end of the leaf trait spectrum: how does it relate to high leaf dry mass per area and associated structural parameters?

DARLING, Henry Shillington (1914 - 1995), Director-General, International Centre for Agricultural Research in Dry Areas, 1977–81, retired; Fellow of Wye College, since 1982


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1 Gap excavated between a basement-wall of a building (lower than the floor-level) and the adjacent soil to prevent water-penetration and allow light and air to enter.

2 Space between a retaining-wall and the wall of a basement commencing at least as low as the foundations, drained and ventilated to prevent moisture seeping through into the building.

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