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Nitrogen fluxes from treefrogs to tank epiphytic bromeliads: an isotopic and physiological approach (2010)

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  • DOI: 10.1007/s00442-009-1533-4
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    • Título do periódico: Oecologia
    • ISSN: 0029-8549
    • Volume/Número/Paginação/Ano: v. 162, n. 4, p. 941-949, 2010
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      ROMERO, Gustavo Quevedo; NOMURA, Fausto; GONÇALVES, Ana Z.; et al. Nitrogen fluxes from treefrogs to tank epiphytic bromeliads: an isotopic and physiological approach. Oecologia, Berlin, v. 162, n. 4, p. 941-949, 2010. Disponível em: < > DOI: 10.1007/s00442-009-1533-4.
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      Romero, G. Q., Nomura, F., Gonçalves, A. Z., Dias, N. Y. N., Mercier, H., Conforto, E. de C., & Rossa-Feres, D. de C. (2010). Nitrogen fluxes from treefrogs to tank epiphytic bromeliads: an isotopic and physiological approach. Oecologia, 162( 4), 941-949. doi:10.1007/s00442-009-1533-4
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      Romero GQ, Nomura F, Gonçalves AZ, Dias NYN, Mercier H, Conforto E de C, Rossa-Feres D de C. Nitrogen fluxes from treefrogs to tank epiphytic bromeliads: an isotopic and physiological approach [Internet]. Oecologia. 2010 ; 162( 4): 941-949.Available from:
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      Romero GQ, Nomura F, Gonçalves AZ, Dias NYN, Mercier H, Conforto E de C, Rossa-Feres D de C. Nitrogen fluxes from treefrogs to tank epiphytic bromeliads: an isotopic and physiological approach [Internet]. Oecologia. 2010 ; 162( 4): 941-949.Available from:

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