Andreas Buerkert
Andreas Buerkert
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Implications of agricultural transitions and urbanization for ecosystem services
GS Cumming, A Buerkert, EM Hoffmann, E Schlecht, ...
Nature 515 (7525), 50-57, 2014
Soil organic carbon management for sustainable land use in Sudano-Sahelian West Africa
A Bationo, A Bürkert
Managing Organic Matter in Tropical Soils: Scope and Limitations, 131-142, 2001
Cereal/legume rotation effects on cereal growth in Sudano-Sahelian West Africa: soil mineral nitrogen, mycorrhizae and nematodes
M Bagayoko, A Buerkert, G Lung, A Bationo, V Römheld
Plant and soil 218 (1), 103-116, 2000
Cereal/legume rotation effects on rhizosphere bacterial community structure in West African soils
S Alvey, CH Yang, A Bürkert, DE Crowley
Biology and Fertility of soils 37 (2), 73-82, 2003
Mechanisms of residue mulch‐induced cereal growth increases in West Africa
A Buerkert, A Bationo, K Dossa
Soil Science Society of America Journal 64 (1), 346-358, 2000
Effects of post-harvest treatments on the carbohydrate composition of yacon roots in the Peruvian Andes
S Graefe, M Hermann, I Manrique, S Golombek, A Bürkert
Field crops research 86 (2-3), 157-165, 2004
Use of a tri-axial accelerometer for automated recording and classification of goats’ grazing behaviour
M Moreau, S Siebert, A Buerkert, E Schlecht
Applied animal behaviour science 119 (3-4), 158-170, 2009
Effects of mycorrhizae and phosphorus on growth and nutrient uptake of millet, cowpea and sorghum on a West African soil
M Bagayoko, E George, V Römheld, A Buerkert
The journal of agricultural science 135 (4), 399-407, 2000
Efficient phosphorus application strategies for increased crop production in sub-Saharan West Africa
A Buerkert, A Bationo, HP Piepho
Field Crops Research 72 (1), 1-15, 2001
A critical analysis of challenges and opportunities for soil fertility restoration in Sudano-Sahelian West Africa
E Schlecht, A Buerkert, E Tielkes, A Bationo
Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 76 (2), 109-136, 2006
Nutrients in the West African Sudano‐Sahelian zone: Losses, transfers and role of external inputs
A Buerkert, P Hiernaux
Zeitschrift für Pflanzenernährung und Bodenkunde 161 (4), 365-383, 1998
Decomposition of and nutrient release from ruminant manure on acid sandy soils in the Sahelian zone of Niger, West Africa
PC Esse, A Bürkert, P Hiernaux, A Assa
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 83 (1-2), 55-63, 2001
Plant species richness and diversity in urban and peri-urban gardens of Niamey, Niger
H Bernholt, K Kehlenbeck, J Gebauer, A Buerkert
Agroforestry Systems 77 (3), 159-179, 2009
Cereal/legume rotations affect chemical properties and biological activities in two West African soils
S Alvey, M Bagayoko, G Neumann, A Bürkert
Plant and Soil 231 (1), 45-54, 2001
A critical review of crop-residue use as soil amendment in the West African semi-arid tropics.
A Bationo, A Buerkert, MP Sedogo, BC Christianson, AU Mokwunye
International Conference on Livestock and Sustainable Nutrient Cycling in …, 1995
Phenalenone-type phytoalexins mediate resistance of banana plants (Musa spp.) to the burrowing nematode Radopholus similis
D Hölscher, S Dhakshinamoorthy, T Alexandrov, M Becker, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (1), 105-110, 2014
Use of digital camera to assess nitrogen status of winter wheat in the northern China plain
L Jia, X Chen, F Zhang, A Buerkert, V Römheld
Journal of Plant Nutrition 27 (3), 441-450, 2004
Ziziphus spina-christi (L.) Willd.: a multipurpose fruit tree
AS Saied, J Gebauer, K Hammer, A Buerkert
Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 55 (7), 929-937, 2008
Vertical distribution of heavy metals in wastewater-irrigated vegetable garden soils of three West African cities
N Abdu, A Abdulkadir, JO Agbenin, A Buerkert
Nutrient cycling in agroecosystems 89 (3), 387-397, 2011
Vegetation changes in a river oasis on the southern rim of the Taklamakan Desert in China between 1956 and 2000
H Bruelheide, U Jandt, D Gries, FM Thomas, A Foetzki, A Bürkert, G Wang, ...
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