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B These patterns amount to using >50% of NPP of land; there must be limits to growth. -5.796 6.146 l B -0.233 -0.53 -0.025 -0.876 -0.025 -1.302 c 50.015 613.018 16.664 16.664 re f /GS1 gs f Researches have shown that grassland biomes have a high microbial and plant diversity, which stimulate the simultaneous presence of positive interactions in rhizosphere. -2.693 -0.95 -2.054 -1.386 -1.346 -1.386 c [(EU land-use polic)-5(y wil)-9(l c)5(onser)-10(v)5(e these HNV grasslands f)5(or f)15(ut)5(ur)5(e genera)5(tions. -0.713 0 m Animal and sward production under rotational grazing management—a critical appraisal, Human Appropriation of the Products of Photosynthesis, The essential oils of wild and cultivated Cymbopogon validus (Stapf) Stapf ex Burtt Davy and Elionurus muticus (Spreng.) Notulae Botanicae Horti Agrobotanici Cluj-Napoca, (BUL/017/06) “Implementation of farm gate nutrient balances in Bulgaria: a management tool towards sustainable agriculture” in the framework of the Flemish Government Cooperation program with the candidate member states of Central and Eastern Europe, Institute for Agricultural and Fisheries Research, University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Floristic Patterns and Qualities of Forage Species from Mountainous Rangeland in the Middle Black Sea Region of Turkey, Changes in the food supply capacity of alpine grassland ecosystem: A dialectic synthesis of natural and anthropogenic drivers, Selecting Relevant Biological Variables Derived from Sentinel-2 Data for Mapping Changes from Grassland to Arable Land Using Random Forest Classifier, DINARIC KARST POLJES - NATURE CONSERVATION AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT, Exploitation and Management of Low Input Grassland Systems, Recent Shrinkage and Fragmentation of Bluegrass Landscape in Kentucky, Characterizing and understanding grassland ecosystem functioning. -0.98 -3.183 -1.035 -3.049 -1.064 -2.916 c The major components from C. validus in the wild were: myrcene (23.1–35.6%), (E)-β-ocimene (10.3–11.5%), geraniol (3.4–8.3%), linalol (3.2–3.7%) and camphene (5.2–6.0%). -0.356 0.693 l Nevertheless it is the only crop, able to fulfil so many tasks and to fit so many requirements. many major river systems. 0 0 m 1.153 -2.257 m q 1 0 0 1 463.4599 128.877 cm 0 0 m 50.015 727.37 16.664 16.664 re But even for grassland it is very difficult to create a good frame for its different tasks (1) the provision of forage for livestock, (2) protection and conservation of soil and water resources, (3) furnishing a habitat for wildlife, both flora and fauna and (4) contribution to the attractiveness of the landscape. -0.664 -2.688 -0.837 -3.054 -1.278 -3.054 c [(and polic)-5(y mak)10(ers. The findings indicated that: i) Natural factors were the dominated forces affecting FSC, and their contribution was 71.3%. Besides its role as basic nutrient for herbivores and ruminants, grasslands have opportunities for an adding value by exploiting positive health characteristics in animal products from grassland and through the delivery of environmental benefits. endobj -1.196 -2.578 -0.629 -2.383 -0.082 -1.96 c -0.678 -3.222 l 578.486 261.074 16.664 16.664 re 0.213 2.633 l 0.91 0.925 0.824 scn 0.863 0.886 0.733 scn 417.38 127.914 -0.495 0.846 re 11. by including explicit links to ecosystem services or studying other drivers of change such climate change and fertilization. T* /GS1 gs The grassland biome plays an important role in human farming and food. [(Pric)10(e: )]TJ -0.346 0.693 l 11. These geographic c)-5(ase st)5(udies ar)5(e pr)5(eceded by thema)5(tic chapt)5(ers on )]TJ Tf B 6.944 0 l 0.635 0.855 0.957 scn -0.327 -2.648 -0.153 -2.455 -0.039 -2.252 c Summers are usually hot, and temperatures can go up to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. 3 0 obj H�D�{L[e��[h?��^[q��f7������d��H�Xh�E��ҍWuG��e�kS�e -1.881 -0.802 -1.98 -0.337 -1.98 0 c 0 -1.818 TD -0.639 -1.386 0 -0.95 0 0 c In the carbon cycle, earth both emits and re-captures and stores large quantities of Carbon Dioxide, also known as CO2, from the earth’s atmosphere thereby keeping the global temperature more or less in balance.” This is illustrated by the fact that about 50% of the endemic plant species of Europe are dependent on the grassland biotope. -2.381 2.633 l h B -9.971 3.805 l Origin of Grasslands; Importance of Grasslands; In many areas, Grasslands separate Forests from Deserts. 8: 345-360. feedstocks. Nevertheless, it is the only crop able to full, Carlier, L. (1974). -0.693 1.599 l Grasslands: mixtures of grass, clover and other leguminous species, dicotyledonous, herbs and shrubs, contribute to a high degree to the struggle against erosion and to the regularization of water regimes, to the purification of fertilizers and pesticides and to biodiversity. -0.025 -1.663 -0.144 -2.064 -0.614 -2.064 c -2.557 2.671 0.072 1.99 0.072 4.063 c Diana Bowles. -0.923 25.265 l [(the histor)-15(y o)5(f a)5(gricult)5(ur)5(e, the f)10(a)5(una o)5(f grasslands, the grassland c)5(ommunities, and the )]TJ By empirical calculations we established the consumable production of 5.54 t/ha. nowadays more attractive for farmers than before. 50.015 629.306 16.664 16.664 re -2.65 2.32 -3.032 2.145 -3.032 1.733 c 487.06 84.396 -0.693 3.554 re T* 0 0 595.276 841.89 re Concerning the economic valuation of grassland ecosystem services, appropriate methods are still being tested. 50.015 596.729 16.664 16.664 re -1.753 -6.621 -0.547 -5.868 -0.547 -3.867 c 0 -6.569 l 0 0 m 11. B )]TJ -0.727 0 l h h 0. Therefore, in grazing-based systems forage availability (quality and quantity) is one of the most important concepts. 0 -1.818 TD Eects of extended wilting. q 1 0 0 1 490.2037 87.9498 cm B Grassland conservation and restoration initiatives are thus important, and various policy frameworks have been set up. 2.98 -3.527 l Europe is the second-smallest continent.Only Oceania has less landmass. Tf Temperate grasslands have hot summers and cold winters. -1.196 -2.578 -0.629 -2.383 -0.082 -1.96 c Academicpres Cluj-Napoca. -5.878 7.033 l This last output determination yields a high estimate. Ocial. -5.796 0 l 11. -0.232 -0.53 -0.025 -0.876 -0.025 -1.302 c endstream Our findings supported the increasing use of multivariate signal processing because they generally performed better than univariate approaches. 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