The need for monitoring permanent grassland and arable land has been growing in recent years. 0 6.735 l /T1_3 1 Tf f 0 0 m q 1 0 0 1 467.3078 126.8164 cm -9.971 3.805 l The total number of species was 105 species belonging to 73 genera and related to 26 families. -3.166 9.763 -2.903 8.18 -2.309 5.937 c f natural grasslands nearby – bees, bumblebees and flower flies will visit the crop field and provide pollination. 0.98 0.973 0.855 scn Research, and industry are looking for crop production systems th, iol and citronellol plus minor amounts of geran, more aid. 0.005 -0.841 0.53 -0.634 0.713 0 c Q Some studies suggested that U.S. grasslands served as a net carbon sink during the first decade of the 20th century, although there are large discrepancies in various studies [59][60][61]. iii) The continuing increase of FSC in the past 30 years from 1984 to 2014 was due to the significant increase of precipitation and NPP in the growing season of alpine grassland. T* f T* These results can be used as a management tool to improve rangeland quality and sustainability. acteristics in animal products from grassland and through, contribute to a high degree to the strugg, trolled anaerobe combustion of plants (300 to 600°C, de-, Other coumarin rich grass species are used in the same, fected seriously by pests or diseases. Journal of the EU of 31.12.1991 L/375-384. -0.233 -0.53 -0.025 -0.876 -0.025 -1.302 c 0 0 m In the temperate zones of the earth, between the equator and the polar regions. -1.044 0.807 m Carbon has been converted to organic matter by multiplying by 2.2. /CS0 CS 0 0 0 SCN )]TJ -0.454 0 l -1.382 0.526 -1.908 0.052 -2.413 -0.804 c 53:219-224. policy. f Importance and Functions of Grasslands.pdf, All content in this area was uploaded by Lucien André, Maria Carlier, Available online at www.notulaebotanicae.ro, Not. -1.361 0.069 -1.876 -0.376 -1.876 -1.287 c Q This is illustrated by the fact that about 50% of the endemic plant species of Europe are dependent on the grassland biotope. -1.881 -0.802 -1.981 -0.337 -1.981 0 c q 1 0 0 1 469.7833 84.3958 cm 0.817 -0.188 0.975 0.069 1.396 0.069 c Q -4.177 -1.547 -3.207 -2.578 -1.867 -2.578 c Flanders (Belgium) and the area of Cluj County, Apuseni Mountains (Romania), are completely different not only in terms of their people with their own life-styles and culture, but also in terms of uses and management of arable land and grasslands. -0.025 -1.663 -0.144 -2.064 -0.614 -2.064 c -0.03 -2.262 l 50.015 645.595 16.664 16.664 re But even for grassland it is very difficult to create a good frame for its different tasks (1) the provision of forage for livestock, (2) protection and conservation of soil and water resources, (3) furnishing a habitat for wildlife, both flora and fauna and (4) contribution to the attractiveness of the landscape. f study book for students of the University for Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, dealing with aspects of quantity and quality of grassland production. Q Q 0.629 -3.708 0.663 -2.95 0.663 -2.495 c -0.01 -0.391 l The non-)-5(specialist r)5(eader ma)5(y learn tha)5(t although these grasslands )]TJ Earths resources are consumed by one of its 5-30 million species homo sapiens or man at a rate disproportionately greater than any other species. 0. 0. f We revealed that both invasive alien species (IAS) altered aboveground biomass (decrease and increase under I. glandulifera and S. gigantea respectively), litter stabilization (decrease under both IAS) and soil available phosphorus (increase under both IAS) through selection effects, rather than through decreasing the functional diversity of the community. There are a large number of parameters (predictors) that can be calculated from satellite data, but finding the right combination is very difficult. 11. -2.857 5.692 -3.341 4.816 -3.341 4.042 c -0.783 -1.45 -0.664 -1.876 -0.664 -2.297 c 0.25 w 4 M Biological predictors, such as leaf area index (LAI), fraction absorbed photosynthetically active radiation (FAPAR), normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI), etc. In support of such programs, it is essential to understand how these ecosystems function so that, based on scientific insights, effective management practices can be implemented, and progress towards policy goals can be monitored. 0.663 -0.455 l In terms of the dependence of humans on food at global level, although livestock products are not as important as cereals in food security, the importance of livestock products has been emphasized as that basic level of food necessary for survival (FAO, 1982;1992;1993a;1993b; ... Grassland-based livestock as the key physical capital of local herdsmen' livelihood, and the interrelation among livestock, grassland and climate change determines the complexity and importance of the livestock production and food supply system in alpine pastoral area (Campbell and Knowles, 2011;Fang et al., 2016;Fang et al., 2015;Fang, 2013). 0 0 0 scn Therefore, we call for more intensive monitoring and further conservation efforts to preserve the ecosystem services provided by the Bluegrass Region, which has both local and regional implications for climate mitigation, carbon sequestration, diversity conservation, and culture protection. -0.713 -0.337 -0.812 -0.802 -1.346 -0.802 c 9.971 1.944 l The area of permanent grassland is strongly influenced by agricultural subsidy policies. H�\��j� ��>�w�ٜ%P�r����NR�eby��6l�*����s���)d�o݀�@�q�;��@�ڂ. 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However, the dry … q 1 0 0 1 486.1093 90.4458 cm /T1_4 1 Tf f -0.547 7.033 l Q Of these natural elements, the net primary productivity (NPP) and precipitation were the largest contributors, accounting for approximately 35%. h FAPAR, canopy water content (CWC), and LAI seemed to be the most suitable. 0 -0.391 l q 1 0 0 1 509.1217 93.0793 cm Within some land use changes there were, however, sufficient examples to explore the role of other factors contributing to the above conclusions. f increased diversity in management objectives and systems used. 1 0.996 0.976 scn Q -0.454 1.01 -0.165 0.866 0.289 0.464 c <> /T1_4 1 Tf Europe extends from the island nation of Iceland in the west to the Ural Mountains of Russia in the east. Forage samples were collected five times by 15-day intervals from the before-flowering stage to the after-flowering stage in 2015 and 2016. stream 11. -0.03 -2.262 l Evidently, successful adaptation to climate change was critical to combat the climatic adversely impact on FSC. /T1_3 1 Tf Q -2.693 -0.95 -2.054 -1.386 -1.346 -1.386 c T* q 1 0 0 1 512.5474 128.877 cm -5.878 7.033 l 0.561 0.643 0.008 scn According to the European Commission, the average contribution of insect pollination to European agriculture is at least 22 billion EUR a year5. Q Besides its role as basic nutrient for herbivores and ruminants, grasslands have opportunities for an adding value by exploiting positive health characteristics in animal products from grassland and through the delivery of environmental benefits. 0. In the present study biomass productivity were examined in natural mounatins grassland in the region Gutai Mountains. 0 0 m Shoriwa Chagonda. 0. 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Summers are usually hot, and temperatures can go up to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Mans impact on the biosphere is measured in terms of net primary production (NPP). -0.346 0.693 l W n -1.673 2.633 l 2.949 7.105 l -1.846 -2.257 m 0 -0.391 l Kunth (Gramineae) were analysed by GC and GC–MS. f The NPP of marine and freshwater ecosystems is considered to be 92.4 Pg which is a low estimate. T* W n 0 -45.169 l First, we showed that emergent plant optical types (POTs), obtained through agglomerative hierarchical clustering of optical traits, are well suited to represent trait variation among locally co-occurring species (Chapter 4). Generalized Silk Road refers throughout Eurasia or North Africa and East Africa, including the general term of the long-distance business and cultural exchange lines began to form from antiquity. -0.072 1.155 l f -2.65 2.32 -3.032 2.145 -3.032 1.733 c -1.817 -2.916 l Grasslands, mixture of grass, clover and other leguminous species, dicotyledonous, herbs and shrubs, contribute to a high degree to the struggle against erosion and to the regularizing of water regimes, to the purification of fertilizers and pesticides and to biodiversity and they have aesthetic role and recreational function as far as they provide public access that other agricultural uses do not allow. It consists of 28 different types of species of plants. Concerning the economic valuation of grassland ecosystem services, appropriate methods are still being tested. 0.485 5.692 m 0. Grassland will continue to be an important form of land use in Europe, but with increased diversity in management objectives and systems used. q 1 0 0 1 485.0706 85.1679 cm -0.713 -0.337 -0.812 -0.802 -1.346 -0.802 c The proposed change detection procedure achieved a very high accuracy of more than 95% within the study site with an area of 8766 km2. -9.971 6.499 l /GS0 gs -0.639 -1.386 0 -0.95 0 0 c 7.554 -2.166 l -0.282 1.361 -0.01 1.233 0.03 0.807 c use change : a meta analysis. 11. /T1_4 1. -0.283 1.361 -0.01 1.233 0.03 0.807 c -3.115 7.105 l of high nature value Grasslands are an important part of European nature. f The overall estimate for human use if 7.2 Pg of organic matter/year or 3% of total NPP/year. Overgrazing leads to the grassland degradation as a result of inadequate management of natural resources and, consequently, the decrease of pastoral value in the region. 2.403 7.105 l 0 7.033 l The importance of grassland ecosystems. W)10(ithin the )]TJ 0.69 0.741 0.365 scn f 0 0 m -0.346 0.693 l H�bd`ab`dd�pv� Cultivated mature plants contained myrcene (11.6–20.2%), (E)-β-ocimene (6.0–12.2%), borneol (3.9–9.5%) and geraniol (1.7–5.0%) and camphene (3.3–8.3%) as the major components. However, the use of functional traits is to a great extent constrained by its limited potential for generalization across time and space. Europe is the second-smallest continent.Only Oceania has less landmass. Grasslands also support Temperate Grasslands are mostly found just north of the Tropic of Cancer. q 1 0 0 1 491.5695 87.9498 cm -1.708 2.247 l The global importance of grasslands is indicated by their extent; they comprise some 26% of total land area and 80% of agriculturally productive land. Q 1.539 -3.623 1.866 -2.93 1.866 -2.208 c Biomes located at middle latitudes (30° to 60°) between the poles and the Equator (temperate deciduous forest, temperate grasslands, and cold deserts) receive more sunlight and have moderate temperatures. -0.03 -1.876 0.089 -1.45 0.564 -1.45 c [(Since the 1990\222)38(s, biodiv)5(ersity-rich grasslands ha)5(v)5(e been giv)5(en special st)-10(a)5(t)5(us as H)10(igh Na)5(t)5(ur)5(e )]TJ S 50.015 825.101 16.664 16.664 re 1.122 20.12 2.244 22.692 3.827 24.275 c Steppe biomes may include: . 0.213 2.633 l [(q)10(uit)5(e c)5(ommon in the C)16(entral and East)5(ern E)15(uropean c)5(ountries. is species, pollution caused by nitrates from agricultural sources. Agrobot. the date provided for the area aid applications for 2003 to. -1.757 -0.485 -1.187 -0.842 -0.445 -0.842 c h -0.98 -3.183 -1.035 -3.049 -1.064 -2.916 c 1.47 -0.634 1.396 -0.634 1.332 -0.634 c 50.015 629.306 16.664 16.664 re h 0 0 m S -1.004 1.153 -0.832 1.361 -0.504 1.361 c New subsidy policies determining farm management are beginning to affect land use, especially in countries that have joined the EU in recent waves. B q 1 0 0 1 490.2037 87.9498 cm Besides its role as basic nutrient for herbivores and ruminants, grasslands have opportunities for an adding value by exploiting positive health characteristics in animal products from grassland and through the delivery of environmental benefits. The floristic composition in rangelands depends on the rage management (fertilization, cutting regime, overseeding), season (white clover develops best in summer, while grass species grow better in springtime), interaction between forage species (competitive or facilitative interaction) and internal and external pressures. 0 0.95 -0.639 1.386 -1.347 1.386 c -0.495 0 l 11. -1.882 -0.802 -1.981 -0.337 -1.981 0 c 0 1.944 l People use the phrase “Middle Ages” to describe Europe between the fall of Rome in 476 CE and the beginning of the Renaissance in the 14th century. h -1.024 -2.064 -1.163 -1.668 -1.163 -1.332 c 446.1 127.914 -0.495 0.846 re Need for grassland data Grasslands are an important land use in Europe covering more than a third of the European agricultural area. 8.247 28.564 7.785 28.629 7.257 28.431 c (of)Tj Having clarified and advanced the technological and methodological capabilities of hyperspectral remote sensing for the quantification of grassland traits, this dissertation aimed at taking this know-how one step further to address two leading issues in functional and community ecology. The studied zone is being exploited by sheep and goat breeders. 0 -3.554 l 0.25 w 4 M 11. B q 6.944 -0.027 l 578.486 0.125 16.664 16.664 re -2.557 2.671 0.072 1.99 0.072 4.063 c Human output is determined by 1) the direct NPP used for food fuel fiber or timber which yields a low estimate 2) all NPP of cropland devoted to human activity and 3) both 1) and 2) and land conversion for cities or pastures as well as conversion which results in desertification and overuse of lands. 0 0 0 SCN T* 0.475 2 -2.557 0.763 -2.557 1.774 c Notulae Botanicae Horti Agrobotanici Cluj-Napoca, (BUL/017/06) “Implementation of farm gate nutrient balances in Bulgaria: a management tool towards sustainable agriculture” in the framework of the Flemish Government Cooperation program with the candidate member states of Central and Eastern Europe, Institute for Agricultural and Fisheries Research, University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Floristic Patterns and Qualities of Forage Species from Mountainous Rangeland in the Middle Black Sea Region of Turkey, Changes in the food supply capacity of alpine grassland ecosystem: A dialectic synthesis of natural and anthropogenic drivers, Selecting Relevant Biological Variables Derived from Sentinel-2 Data for Mapping Changes from Grassland to Arable Land Using Random Forest Classifier, DINARIC KARST POLJES - NATURE CONSERVATION AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT, Exploitation and Management of Low Input Grassland Systems, Recent Shrinkage and Fragmentation of Bluegrass Landscape in Kentucky, Characterizing and understanding grassland ecosystem functioning. 113.385803 691.320801 Tm -1.044 0.807 m Specialists ar)5(e pro)10(vided with an up to da)5(t)5(e knowled)5(ge o)5(f the variety o)5(f )]TJ 172.211807 114.320801 Tm The temperate grasslands have seasons including a hot summer and a cold winter. 0 7.033 l Q -1.163 -0.718 -0.876 -0.53 -0.619 -0.53 c Among several tested potential biochemical and ecophysiological stress-relief mechanisms, we found three mutually non-exclusive mechanisms underpinning an improved stress protection under future climate conditions: i) altered sugar metabolism, ii) up-regulated levels of total antioxidant capacity and polyphenols, iii) more efficient use of ascorbate and glutathione as antioxidants. 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Grassland ecosystems are very important for a wide variety of different reasons. Q Q B In the Flemish part, dairy farming is mostly practised, while in Wallonia suckling cows (highly muscled race of the Belgian White Blue) for meat production are hold. The major components from wild and cultivated E. muticus were geranial (40.1–44.8%), neral (26.0–35.4%) and geranyl acetate (1.8–8.6%). -2.413 0.918 l Grasslands: mixtures of grass, clover and other leguminous species, dicotyledonous, herbs and shrubs, contribute to a high degree to the struggle against erosion and to the regularization of water regimes, to the purification of fertilizers and pesticides and to biodiversity. -1.044 0.807 m -1.708 2.247 l -1.673 2.633 l 0.957 0.965 0.91 scn -1.981 0.337 -1.881 0.802 -1.347 0.802 c -0.678 -3.222 l The number of species preferred by grazing was 74 (70.5%), while the number of non-preferable species was 31 (29.5%). 578.486 163.01 16.664 16.664 re -6.861 26.98 -4.881 25.594 -3.562 23.813 c 6.944 0 l 0. -0.727 0 l 0 -1.818 TD B Grassland vegetation can vary in height from very short, as in chalk grassland, to quite tall. 3.893 21.9 2.441 19.131 y 12.403 26.584 13.064 26.782 13.327 26.915 c Deteremine the effect of irradiation on bioactive properties of fresh herbs. 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