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Avoiding Bias in Calculations of Relative Growth Rate

Growth and nutrition of Betula pendula at different relative supply rates of zinc

Interspecific correlates of plasticity in relative growth rate following a decrease in nitrogen availability

Relative growth rate variation of evergreen and deciduous savanna tree species is driven by different traits

Growth efficiency increases as relative growth rate increases in shoots and roots of Eucalyptus globulus deprived of nitrogen or treated with salt

Ecotypic variation in growth responses to simulated herbivory: trade-off between maximum relative growth rate and tolerance to defoliation in an annual plant

The relationship between relative growth rate and whole-plant C : N : P stoichiometry in plant seedlings grown under nutrient-enriched conditions

Branchlet nutrient concentration in hoop pine (Araucaria cunninghamii) relative to family, stable carbon and oxygen isotope ratios and growth rate in contrasting environments

Frost hardening of Pinus radiata seedlings: effects of temperature on relative growth rate, carbon balance and carbohydrate concentration

Plasticity in relative growth rate after a reduction in nitrogen availability is related to root morphological and physiological responses

Cluster-root formation and carboxylate release in three Lupinus species as dependent on phosphorus supply, internal phosphorus concentration and relative growth rate

An analysis of relative elemental growth rate, epidermal cell size and xyloglucan endotransglycosylase activity through the growing zone of ageing maize leaves

Responses of plant growth rate to nitrogen supply: a comparison of relative addition and N interruption treatments

Temperature Alters the Relative Abundance and Population Growth Rates of Species Within the Dendroctonus frontalis (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) Community

Growth Analysis of Solution Culture-grown Winter Rye, Wheat and Triticale at Different Relative Rates of Nitrogen Supply

Evidence that the negative relationship between seed mass and relative growth rate is not physiological but linked to species identity: a within-family analysis of Scots pine

Functional analysis of the relative growth rate, chemical composition, construction and maintenance costs, and the payback time of Coffea arabica L. leaves in response to light and water availability

 

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A measurement of the productivity of a plant, defined as the increase in dry mass per unit of plant mass over a specified period of time.

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