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Zullen bosplantenpopulaties zich ooit vestigen in jonge bossen op voormalige landbouwgronden?

Lander Baeten UGent, Margot Vanhellemont UGent, Hans Van Calster, Martin Hermy UGent, An De Schrijver UGent and Kris Verheyen UGent (2009) DE LEVENDE NATUUR. 110(5). p.220-224
abstract
After the afforestation of agricultural land, forest herbs need to colonize the recent forest site from source populations. Whereas dispersal is the first bottleneck that limits colonization, (a)biotic legacies from former agricultural land use can subsequently hamper the establishment of forest herbs. In two introduction experiments, we found that the different life stages (germination, recruitment, survival) of forest herbs were directly and indirectly hampered by nutrient enrichment from former fertilization (mainly phosphorus). We concluded that the strong fertilization legacies in recent forests represent – just like in other vegetation types – a persistent limitation for the development of a diverse herbaceous vegetation.
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journal title
DE LEVENDE NATUUR
Levende Nat.
volume
110
issue
5
pages
220 - 224
ISSN
0024-1520
language
Dutch
UGent publication?
yes
classification
A4
id
698890
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-698890
date created
2009-06-15 11:17:11
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2012-01-26 11:34:33
@article{698890,
  abstract     = {After the afforestation of agricultural land, forest herbs need to colonize the recent forest site from source populations. Whereas dispersal is the first bottleneck that limits colonization, (a)biotic legacies from former agricultural land use can subsequently hamper the establishment of forest herbs. In two introduction experiments, we found that the different life stages (germination, recruitment, survival) of forest herbs were directly and indirectly hampered by nutrient enrichment from former fertilization (mainly phosphorus). We concluded that the strong fertilization legacies in recent forests represent -- just like in other vegetation types -- a persistent limitation for the development of a diverse herbaceous vegetation.},
  author       = {Baeten, Lander and Vanhellemont, Margot and Van Calster, Hans and Hermy, Martin and De Schrijver, An and Verheyen, Kris},
  issn         = {0024-1520},
  journal      = {DE LEVENDE NATUUR},
  language     = {dut},
  number       = {5},
  pages        = {220--224},
  title        = {Zullen bosplantenpopulaties zich ooit vestigen in jonge bossen op voormalige landbouwgronden?},
  volume       = {110},
  year         = {2009},
}

Chicago
Baeten, Lander, Margot Vanhellemont, Hans Van Calster, Martin Hermy, An De Schrijver, and Kris Verheyen. 2009. “Zullen Bosplantenpopulaties Zich Ooit Vestigen in Jonge Bossen Op Voormalige Landbouwgronden?” De Levende Natuur 110 (5): 220–224.
APA
Baeten, L., Vanhellemont, M., Van Calster, H., Hermy, M., De Schrijver, A., & Verheyen, K. (2009). Zullen bosplantenpopulaties zich ooit vestigen in jonge bossen op voormalige landbouwgronden? DE LEVENDE NATUUR, 110(5), 220–224.
Vancouver
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Baeten L, Vanhellemont M, Van Calster H, Hermy M, De Schrijver A, Verheyen K. Zullen bosplantenpopulaties zich ooit vestigen in jonge bossen op voormalige landbouwgronden? DE LEVENDE NATUUR. 2009;110(5):220–4.
MLA
Baeten, Lander, Margot Vanhellemont, Hans Van Calster, et al. “Zullen Bosplantenpopulaties Zich Ooit Vestigen in Jonge Bossen Op Voormalige Landbouwgronden?” DE LEVENDE NATUUR 110.5 (2009): 220–224. Print.