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H. C. de Boer, Joachim G.C. Deru, Nick J.M. van Eekeren. 2020. Sward lifting in compacted grassland.
H. C. de Boer, Joachim G.C. Deru, Nick J.M. van Eekeren. 2019. Sward lifting in compacted grassland: effects on soil structure, grass rooting and productivity.
H. C. de Boer, Joachim G.C. Deru, Nick J.M. van Eekeren. 2018. Sward lifting in compacted grassland: effects on soil structure, grass rooting and productivity.
H. C. de Boer, Nick J.M. van Eekeren. 2017. Mogelijke oorzaken van een dalende opbrengst van witte klaver (Trifolium repens L.) in de tijd.
H. C. de Boer, Joachim G.C. Deru, N.J. Hoekstra, Nick J.M. van Eekeren. 2016. The effect of delayed fertilizer N application on root biomass and N uptake of Lolium perenne.
H. C. de Boer, Joachim G.C. Deru, N.J. Hoekstra, Nick J.M. van Eekeren. 2016. Strategic timing of nitrogen fertilization to increase root biomass and nitrogen-use efficiency of Lolium perenne L..
J.B. Pinxterhuis, H. C. de Boer, Nick J.M. van Eekeren, M.W.J. Stienezen. 2013. Integrating maize and triticale in grass/clover based dairy systems: examining yields and autumn soil nitrate levels.
Irene O.C.M. Vroegrijk, Janna A. van Diepen, Sjoerd A.A. van den Berg, Johannes A. Romijn, Louis M. Havekes, Ko Willems- van Dijk, Gary Darland, Veera Konda, Matthew L. Tripp, Jeffrey S. Bland, Peter Voshol. 2013. META060 protects against diet-induced obesity and insulin resistance in a high-fat–diet fed mouse.
H. C. de Boer, Nick J.M. van Eekeren, J.B. Pinxterhuis, M.W.J. Stienezen. 2012. Optimal length of the grass-clover period in crop rotations: results of a 9-year field experiment under organic conditions.
Man C. Wong, Janna A. van Diepen, Lihui Hu, Bruno Guigas, H. C. de Boer, Gijs H. van Puijvelde, Johan Kuiper, Anton J. van Zonneveld, Steven E. Shoelson, Peter Voshol, Johannes A. Romijn, Louis M. Havekes, Jouke T. Tamsma, Patrick C. N. Rensen, Pieter S. Hiemstra, Jimmy Berbée. 2012. Hepatocyte-specific IKKβ expression aggravates atherosclerosis development in APOE*3-Leiden mice.