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Ante

[Latin, Before.] A reference to a previous portion of a report or textbook.

Ante is synonymous with supra.

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The erectophyllous canopy structure of grasses allows deeper penetration of light into the canopy than the planophyllous canopy of white clover (Anten and Hirose, 1999), probably resulting in the potential for better light utilization and yield from grass-clover mixtures in our study.
(3) Hans Anten, Van realisme naar zakelijkheid (Utrecht: Reflex, 1982), p.
In addition the relationship between height and biomass differs for plants growing with and without competition (Weiner and Thomas, 1992; Anten and Hirose, 1998), such that the clumped distribution of resprouting species may affect scaling relationships.
Special thanks to Dr Anten, District Nurses and Macmillan Nurse who made her last days at home so comfortable.
amplexicaulis e justificada, uma vez que seu potencial forrageiro ja e reconhecido entre pecuaristas de regioes tropicais inundadas, em paises como o Mexico (ENRIQUEZ-QUIROZ et al., 2006), da mesma forma que sua eficiencia no metabolismo do nitrogenio, a fim de produzir novas folhas e perfilhos (ANTEN et al., 1998).
Although her duties for BKI always came first, Ria appreciated the opportunity to converse with colleagues at the institute, perhaps particularly the younger generation of PhD students, among them Luc Nagtegaal, Marleen Heijns, Bernice de Jong Boers, Freek Colombijn, and Jaap Anten. Ria was a skilled conversationalist, and appreciated a sharp wit, British understatement, and political satire.
Tambien se ha estudiado en el pais la distribucion del nitrogeno foliar en respuesta a la iluminacion (Anten y Werger, 1996) y la distribucion espacial de la enzima carboxilante RuBISCO en los cloroplastos del mesofilo y de la vaina vascular, considerandose que posee una ruta fotosintetica C4 (Castrillo et al, 1997).
Additional thanks to Todd Anten for outstanding research assistance.
It is possible that there was a trade-off between leaf N concentrations and LAI as observed by Sinclair and Horie (1989) and Anten et al.