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Analysis of Spatial and Temporal Variations in Crop Water Productivity of the Rainfed Wheat for a Regional Scale Analysis

References AHMAD, M. D. - MASIH, I. - TURRAL, H. 2004. Diagnostic analysis of spatial and temporal variations in crop water productivity: A field scale analysis of the rice-wheat cropping system of Punjab, Pakistan. In Journal of Applied Irrigation Science , vol. 39 , 2004, no. 1, pp. 43-63. ALLEN, R. G. - PEREIRA, L. S. - RAES, D. - SMITH, M. 1998. Crop evapotranspiration: Guidelines for computing crop water requirements. Italy, Rome : Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) press, 1998. 328 pp. ISBN 92

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Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Sheep and Goats Grazing in Different Forage Resources of Northern Greece

guidance of a shepherd.Options Mediterraneennes 85: 61-65. Sanon, H.O., Kabore-Zoungrana, C. & Ledin, I. 2007: Behavior of goats, sheep and cattle and their selection of browse species on natural pasture in a Sahelian area. Small Ruminant Research 67: 64-74. Schlecht, E., Hiernaux, P., Kadaoure, I., Hulsebusch, C. & Mahler, F. 2006: A spatio-temporal analysis of forage availability and grazing and excretion behaviour of herded and free grazing cattle, sheep and goats in Western Niger. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 113: 226

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Spatial and temporal plant phenological niche differentiation in the Wadi Degla desert ecosystem (Egypt)

References ABBAD, A., BENCHAABANE, A., 2004: The phenological study of Atriplex halimus L. African Journal of Ecology 42, 69-73. ÅGREN, J., EHRLEN, J., SOLBRECK, C., 2008: Spatio-temporal variation in fruit production and seed predation in a perennial herb influenced by habitat quality and population size. Journal of Ecology 96, 334-345. AUGSPURGER, C. K., 1983: Phenology, flowering synchrony and fruit set of six neotropical shrubs. Biotropica 15, 257-267. AYYAD, M., ABDEL-RAZIK, M

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The agricultural impact of the 2015–2016 floods in Ireland as mapped through Sentinel 1 satellite imagery

data for flood mapping is severely restricted by vegetation canopies, a dependence on solar energy and interference from clouds ( Musa et al., 2015 ). Compositing daily images from high-temporal-resolution imagery (e.g. Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer [MODIS] sensor aboard the Terra and Aqua satellites) can minimise cloud interference but at the loss of spatial resolution and mapping accuracy ( Chen et al., 2013 ). Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have been applied to flood mapping over small areas using high-resolution imagery ( Feng et al. 2015

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The impact of spatio-temporal changes in flora attributes and pollen availability on insect visitors in Lamiaceae species

., Wrzesień, M., 2015b: The importance of field-margin location for maintenance of food niches for pollinators. Journal of Apicultural Science 59, 27–37. Dicks L.V., Baude M., Roberts S. M., Phillips J, Green M., Carvell C., 2015: How much flower-rich habitat is enough for wild pollinators? Answering a key policy question with incomplete knowledge. Ecological Entomology 40, 22–35. Ebeling, A., Klein, A. M., Schumacher, J., Weisser, W. W., Tscharntke, T., 2008: How does plant richness affect pollinator richness and temporal stability of flower visits? Oikos 117

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Histology and Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor immunoreaction of the neurons in the corpora quadrigemina of the African grasscutter (Thryonomys swinderianus – Temminck, 1827)

-rats ( Spalax leucodon ). Anatomia Histologia Embryologia 37: 219–222. Bałkowiec A., Bałkowiec-Iskra E. (2010): Novel Approaches to Studying Activity-Dependent Regulation of Neurotrophins and Neuropeptides in Sensory Pathways from Orofacial Tissues. In: Daskalaki, A (Ed.). Informatics in Oral Medicine, pp. 46–63. Barry D. S., Pakan J. M., O’Keeffe G. W., McDermott K. W. (2013): The spatial and temporal arrangement of the radial glial scaffold suggests a role in axon tract formation in the developing spinal cord. Journal of Anatomy 222: 203–213. Bartkowska K

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The impact of cattle drinking points on aquatic macroinvertebrates in streams in south-east Ireland

nutrients, sediment and bacteria ( Terry et al ., 2014 ). Quantifying the scale of the problem of cattle access to streams, and prescribing management measures, is challenging. It is difficult, for example, to ascertain the temporal and spatial scale of the impact of direct cattle access on watercourses ( Terry et al ., 2014 ). The severity of impact of cattle access on watercourses is influenced by factors such as cattle stocking density, breed, age and condition, e.g. Bond et al . (2014) concluded that at appropriate stocking densities, direct nutrient inputs

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Nectar and pollen production of Helianthus tuberosus L. – an exotic plant with invasiveness potential

., 2018c: The impact of spatio – temporal changes in flora attributes and pollen availability on insect visitors in Lamiaceae species. Acta Botanica Croatica 77, 161–172. Jarić, S.V., Durdević, L.A., Mačukanović – Jocić, M.P., Gajić, G.M., 2010: Morphometric characteristics and nectar potential of Ocimum basilicum L. var. Genovese (Lamiaceae) in relation to microclimatic and edaphic environmental factors. Period-icum Biologorum 112, 283–291. Kasprzyk, I., 2016: The variation of the onset of Betula pendula (Roth.) flowering in Rzeszów, SE Poland

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Variation in morpho-physiological, biochemical and molecular responses of two Eucalyptus species under short-term water stress

resolution temporal variation in wood properties in irrigated and nonirrigated Eucalyptus globulus . Annals of Forest Science 66, 406. Dye, P.J., 1996: Response of Eucalyptus grandis trees to soil water deficits. Tree Physiology 16, 233–238. Feller, U., 2006: Stomatal opening at elevated temperature: an under estimated regulatory mechanism. General and Applied Plant Physiology, special issue, 19–31. Feller, U., 2016: Drought stress and carbon assimilation in a warming climate: Reversible and irreversible impacts. Journal of Plant Physiology 203, 84

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Variations of microcystins in freshwater ecosystems

. - Environmental Toxicology, 16: 298-305. Hotto A.M., Satchwell M.F., Berry D.L., Gobler C.J., Boyer G.L., 2008: Spatial and temporal diversity of microcystins and microcystin-producing genotypes in Oneida Lake, NY. - Harmful Algae, 7: 671-681. Hudnell H.K., 2010: The state of U.S. freshwater harmful algal blooms assessments, policy and legislation. - Toxicon, 55: 1024-1034. Jacoby J.M., Collier D.C., Welch E.B., Hardy F.J., Crayton M., 2000: Environmental factors associated with a toxic bloom Microcystis aeruginosa. - Canadian

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