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A computer model is described which predicts monthly growth, senescence, litterfall and standing biomass of ungrazed herbage in seven dwarf shrub-domi...Read more
The seasonal patterns of aerial biomass and biochemical composition of live graminoids, forbs, rushes, dwarf shrubs and dead plant material were exami...Read more
Red deer (Cervus elaphus) and Scottish Blackface sheep were grazed in a series of 10-day periods in plots of heather (Calluna vulgaris) moorland havin...Read more
Wild large herbivores provide goods and income to rural communities, have major impacts on land use and habitats of conservation importance and, in so...Read more
Cattle were removed from the Isle of Rhum, Scotland, in 1957. Cattle were reintroduced into one area of the island in 1970 and grazed on areas occupie...Read more
A study site comprising six 2.5 ha plots of heather (Calluna vulgaris) moorland which could be viewed from afar was created in NE Scotland. Each plot ...Read more
Heather [Calluna vulgaris] moorland is an internationally important resource; it is valued as food and habitat for a range of herbivores as well as fo...Read more
Agrostis capillaris-Festuca ovina plant communities are widespread in the uplands of Great Britain. They are agriculturally productive but little is k...Read more
A model is described which predicts seasonal changes in the quantity and digestibility of offtake by ewes and lambs grazing seven dwarf shrub-dominate...Read more
An increase in pesticide resistance in many pest species is promoting interest in biological control. Much remains to be learned about natural enemy i...Read more
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