Andreas Lüscher mostly deals with Agronomy, Lolium perenne, Trifolium repens, Monoculture and Botany. His research integrates issues of Nitrogen fixation, Terrestrial ecosystem and Soil fertility in his study of Agronomy. As part of the same scientific family, Andreas Lüscher usually focuses on Lolium perenne, concentrating on Soil organic matter and intersecting with Cycling, Soil biology, Soil carbon, Soil classification and Soil chemistry.
In his study, Pasture is strongly linked to Repens, which falls under the umbrella field of Trifolium repens. His Monoculture research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Field experiment, Legume and Grassland. His Botany research integrates issues from Carbon dioxide and Animal science.
His primary scientific interests are in Agronomy, Grassland, Lolium perenne, Monoculture and Trifolium repens. His Agronomy study frequently links to related topics such as Nitrogen fixation. His Grassland study incorporates themes from Agroforestry, Species richness, Agriculture and Ecosystem.
In his study, Horticulture is inextricably linked to Nutrient, which falls within the broad field of Lolium perenne. While the research belongs to areas of Monoculture, he spends his time largely on the problem of Field experiment, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Weed. The study incorporates disciplines such as Interspecific competition, Growing season and Repens in addition to Trifolium repens.
His main research concerns Agronomy, Grassland, Monoculture, Biodiversity and Weed. The various areas that he examines in his Agronomy study include Nitrogen fixation and Soil quality. Andreas Lüscher has included themes like Biomass, Field experiment, Productivity and Growing season in his Grassland study.
His Monoculture research integrates issues from Agriculture, Yield, Species diversity and Trifolium repens. His Trifolium repens study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Crop yield and Annual percentage yield. His Lolium perenne study combines topics in areas such as Forb and Cichorium.
His primary areas of study are Grassland, Agronomy, Monoculture, Field experiment and Lolium perenne. His studies deal with areas such as Biodiversity, Forage, Recreation and Carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere as well as Grassland. His Agronomy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Carbon dioxide, Climate model and Seasonality.
His Monoculture research includes themes of Biomass, Species richness and Disturbance. Andreas Lüscher combines subjects such as Growing season, Weed, Annual percentage yield, Crop yield and Trifolium repens with his study of Field experiment. His studies in Lolium perenne integrate themes in fields like Legume and Nutrient.
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Potential of legume‐based grassland–livestock systems in Europe: a review
Andreas Lüscher;I. Mueller-Harvey;Jean-François Soussana;R.M. Rees.
Grass and Forage Science (2014)
Growth response of Trifolium repens L. and Lolium perenne L. as monocultures and bi‐species mixture to free air CO2 enrichment and management
Thomas Hebeisen;Andreas Lüscher;Silvia Zanetti;Bernt Fischer.
Global Change Biology (1997)
Evenness drives consistent diversity effects in intensive grassland systems across 28 European sites
L. Kirwan;A. Luscher;M. T. Sebastia;J. A. Finn.
Journal of Ecology (2007)
Stimulation of Symbiotic N2 Fixation in Trifolium repens L. under Elevated Atmospheric pCO2 in a Grassland Ecosystem.
S. Zanetti;U. A. Hartwig;A. Luscher;T. Hebeisen.
Plant Physiology (1996)
Grass―legume mixtures can yield more nitrogen than legume pure stands due to mutual stimulation of nitrogen uptake from symbiotic and non-symbiotic sources
Daniel Nyfeler;Olivier Huguenin-Elie;Matthias Suter;Emmanuel Frossard.
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment (2011)
Evidence that P deficiency induces N feedback regulation of symbiotic N2 fixation in white clover (Trifolium repens L.)
JoséP.F. Almeida;Ueli A. Hartwig;Marco Frehner;Josef Nösberger.
Journal of Experimental Botany (2000)
Ecosystem function enhanced by combining four functional types of plant species in intensively managed grassland mixtures: a 3‐year continental‐scale field experiment
John A. Finn;Laura Kirwan;John Connolly;M. Teresa Sebastià.
Journal of Applied Ecology (2013)
Temperate grasslands and global atmospheric change: a review
J-F. Soussana;A. Lüscher.
Grass and Forage Science (2007)
Strong mixture effects among four species in fertilized agricultural grassland led to persistent and consistent transgressive overyielding
Daniel Nyfeler;Olivier Huguenin‐Elie;Matthias Suter;Emmanuel Frossard.
Journal of Applied Ecology (2009)
Does nitrogen nutrition restrict the CO2 response of fertile grassland lacking legumes
S. Zanetti;U. A. Hartwig;C. van Kessel;A. Lüscher.
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