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Rodolfo Golluscio
Rodolfo Golluscio
Cátedra de Forrajes, Facultad de Agronomía, Universidad de Buenos Aires
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The climate of Patagonia: general patterns and controls on biotic processes
JM Paruelo, A Beltrán, E Jobbágy, OE Sala, RA Golluscio
Ecología austral 8 (02), 085-101, 1998
7511998
Resource partitioning between shrubs and grasses in the Patagonian steppe
OE Sala, RA Golluscio, WK Lauenroth, A Soriano
Oecologia 81 (4), 501-505, 1989
4521989
Sustainability and range management in the Patagonian steppes
RA Golluscio, VA Deregibus, JM Paruelo
Ecología Austral 8 (02), 265-284, 1998
2741998
11 Plant functional types in temperate semi-arid regions
OE Sala, WK Lauenroth, RA Golluscio
Plant functional types: their relevance to ecosystem properties and global …, 1997
2391997
Differential use of large summer rainfall events by shrubs and grasses: a manipulative experiment in the Patagonian steppe
RA Golluscio, OE Sala, WK Lauenroth
Oecologia 115 (1), 17-25, 1998
2181998
Regional scale relationships between ecosystem structure and functioning: the case of the Patagonian steppes
JM Paruelo, RA Golluscio, JP Guerschman, A Cesa, VV Jouve, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 13 (5), 385-395, 2004
1412004
Sheep grazing decreases organic carbon and nitrogen pools in the Patagonian steppe: combination of direct and indirect effects
RA Golluscio, AT Austin, GC García Martínez, M Gonzalez-Polo, OE Sala, ...
Ecosystems 12 (4), 686-697, 2009
1392009
Plant functional types and ecological strategies in Patagonian forbs
RA Golluscio, OE Sala
Journal of Vegetation Science 4 (6), 839-846, 1993
1321993
Glyphosate reduces spore viability and root colonization of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
M Druille, MN Cabello, M Omacini, RA Golluscio
Applied Soil Ecology 64, 99-103, 2013
1202013
Caracterización fitosociológica de la estepa del Oeste de Chubut; su relación con el gradiente ambiental
RA Golluscio, RJC León, SB Perelman
Boletín de la Sociedad Argentina de Botánica 21 (1-4), 199-324, 1982
1161982
Woody and herbaceous aboveground production of a Patagonian steppe.
OE Sala, RA Golluscio
Rangeland Ecology & Management/Journal of Range Management Archives 44 (5 …, 1991
1141991
The grasslands and steppes of Patagonia and the Rio de la Plata plains
JM Paruelo, EG Jobbágy, M Oesterheld, RA Golluscio, MR Aguiar
The physical geography of South America, 232-248, 2007
992007
Spatial heterogeneity of the root system of grasses in the Patagonian arid steppe
A Soriano, RA Golluscio, E Satorre
Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, 103-108, 1987
931987
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi are directly and indirectly affected by glyphosate application
M Druille, M Omacini, RA Golluscio, MN Cabello
Applied Soil Ecology 72, 143-149, 2013
912013
Soil water availability in the Patagonian arid steppe: gravel content effect
JM Paruelo, MR Aguiar, RA Golluscio
Arid Land Research and Management 2 (1), 67-74, 1988
861988
Range assessment using remote sensing in Northwest Patagonia (Argentina).
JM Paruelo, RA Golluscio
Rangeland Ecology & Management/Journal of Range Management Archives 47 (6 …, 1994
711994
Long-term dynamics of a semiarid grass steppe under stochastic climate and different grazing regimes: A simulation analysis
JM Paruelo, S Pütz, G Weber, M Bertiller, RA Golluscio, MR Aguiar, ...
Journal of Arid Environments 72 (12), 2211-2231, 2008
662008
Aridity and grazing as convergent selective forces: an experiment with an Arid Chaco bunchgrass
RE Quiroga, RA Golluscio, LJ Blanco, RJ Fernández
Ecological Applications 20 (7), 1876-1889, 2010
652010
Repeated annual glyphosate applications may impair beneficial soil microorganisms in temperate grassland
M Druille, PA García-Parisi, RA Golluscio, FP Cavagnaro, M Omacini
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 230, 184-190, 2016
612016
Water use efficiency of twenty-five co-existing Patagonian species growing under different soil water availability
RA Golluscio, M Oesterheld
Oecologia 154 (1), 207-217, 2007
562007
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