The role of natural vegetation in the biogeochemistry of a natural landscape.

Serrano MM, Bellot J, Golley F (1992) The role of natural vegetation in the biogeochemistry of a natural landscape. Acta Oecologica 5, ser. 13:569-581.

Comparative genet survival after fire in woody Mediterranean species.

López Soria L, Castell C (1992) Comparative genet survival after fire in woody Mediterranean species. Oecologia 91:493-499.

Variation in tissue element concentrations in Quercus ilex L. over a range of different soils.

Canadell J, Vilà M (1992) Variation in tissue element concentrations in Quercus ilex L. over a range of different soils. Vegetatio 99/100:273-282.

Is primary production in holm oak forests nutrient limited? A correlational approach.

Mayor X, Rodà F (1992) Is primary production in holm oak forests nutrient limited? A correlational approach. Vegetatio 99/100:209-218.

Soil nitrogen dynamics in a holm oak forest.

Bonilla D, Rodà F (1992) Soil nitrogen dynamics in a holm oak forest. Vegetatio 99/100:247-258.

The influence of summer and winter stress and water relationships on the distribution of Quercus ilex L.

Terradas J, Savé R (1992) The influence of summer and winter stress and water relationships on the distribution of Quercus ilex L. Vegetatio 99/100:137-146.

Petals as the main resource collected by the ant Cataglyphis floricola (Hymenoptera Formicidae).

Cerdà, X, Retana J, Carpintero S, Cros S (1992) Petals as the main resource collected by the ant Cataglyphis floricola (Hymenoptera Formicidae). Sociobiology 20:315-319.

A behavioural study of transport workers in Cataglyphis iberica ant colonies (Hymenoptera, Formicidae).

Cerdà X, Retana J (1992) A behavioural study of transport workers in Cataglyphis iberica ant colonies (Hymenoptera, Formicidae). Ethology, Ecology and Evolution 4:359-374.

Regeneration by sprouting of holm oak (Quercus ilex L.) stands exploited by selection thinning.

Retana J, Riba M, Castell C, Espelta JM (1992) Regeneration by sprouting of holm oak (Quercus ilex L.) stands exploited by selection thinning. Vegetatio 99/100:355-364.

Coexistence of two sympatric ant species, Pheidole pallidula and Tetramorium semilaeve (Hymenoptera Formicidae).

Retana J, Cerdà X, Espadaler X (1992) Coexistence of two sympatric ant species, Pheidole pallidula and Tetramorium semilaeve (Hymenoptera Formicidae). Entomologia Generalis 17:29-40.

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