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Cereal Research Communications
Authors: Sz. Fóti, Sz. Czóbel, J. Balogh, J. Nagy, A. Juhász, Z. Nagy, S. Bartha, and Z. Tuba

. Carbon exchange and species composition of grazed pastures and exclosures in the shortgrass steppe of Colorado. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 93: 421–435. Hart R.H. Carbon

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Marriott, C. A., Bolton, G. R., Barthram, G. T., Fisher, J. M., Hood, K. (2002): Early changes in species composition of upland sown grassland under extensive grazing management. Appl. Veg. Sci. , 5 , 87–98. Hood

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Holt, N. W. (1996): Russian Wildrye for Pasture . Grazing and Pasture Technology Program, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, and Saskatchewan Agriculture and Food (co-publishers). Regina, SK. 11 p. Jefferson, P

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European Journal of Microbiology and Immunology
Authors: Gangadhararao Appana, Dipankar Das, Maroudam Veerasami, Ramachandran Lakshmikanthan Senthilkumar, Munishkumar Durishetty, B. Ramalakshmi, Vijay Bahekar, Falguni Mukherjee, Dev Chandran, P. Uday Kumar, B. Sesikeran, and Dr. Villuppanoor Alwar Srinivasan Ph.D.

subsp. paratuberculosis (MAP) through intensive grazing of contaminated pastures in a herd positive for Johne's disease Can Vet J 51 198 200

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Biologia Futura
Authors: Arne Thell, Mats Hansson, Per-Erik Persson, Mark R. D. Seaward, Maik Veste, and Mikael Hedrén

the loss of open woods and meadows. The main threats today are intense forestry, inappropriate mowing, overgrowth, grazing by deer (mainly the flower stalks), and foraging by wild boars, which destroy the roots; the latter threat is probably the most

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