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The results of this study are important for the development of protection strategies for natural populations. This can be realised by focusing environmental management more on functions such as biomass turnover rate and less on the structure and biomasss of populations per se. In her thesis Doroszuk shows that contributions from various research disciplines are crucial for insight into underlying mechanisms of the response to stress and for the consequences for the natural system.


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Contact: Agnieszka Doroszuk
agnieszka.doroszuk@wur.nl
31-317-485-054
Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research
14-May-2007


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