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    1. Bauer, GA; Berntson, GM; Bazzaz, FA
      Regenerating temperate forests under elevated CO2 and nitrogen deposition:comparing biochemical and stomatal limitation of photosynthesis

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    2. Bazzaz, FA
      Plant biology in the future

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    3. Sipe, TW; Bazzaz, FA
      Shoot damage effects on regeneration of maples (Acer) across an understorey-gap microenvironmental gradient

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    4. Hughes, L; Bazzaz, FA
      Effects of elevated CO2 on five plant-aphid interactions

      ENTOMOLOGIA EXPERIMENTALIS ET APPLICATA
    5. Connolly, J; Wayne, P; Bazzaz, FA
      Interspecific competition in plants: How well do current methods answer fundamental questions?

      AMERICAN NATURALIST
    6. Cavender-Bares, J; Potts, M; Zacharias, E; Bazzaz, FA
      Consequences of CO2 and light interactions for leaf phenology, growth, andsenescence in Quercus rubra

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    7. Bernacchi, CJ; Coleman, JS; Bazzaz, FA; McConnaughay, KDM
      Biomass allocation in old-field annual species grown in elevated CO2 environments: no evidence for optimal partitioning

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    8. Mack, RN; Simberloff, D; Lonsdale, WM; Evans, H; Clout, M; Bazzaz, FA
      Biotic invasions: Causes, epidemiology, global consequences, and control

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    9. Catovsky, S; Bazzaz, FA
      Contributions of coniferous and broad-leaved species to temperate forest carbon uptake: a bottom-up approach

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    10. Cavender-Bares, J; Bazzaz, FA
      Changes in drought response strategies with ontogeny in Quercus rubra: implications for scaling from seedlings to mature trees

      OECOLOGIA
    11. Hoffmann, WA; Bazzaz, FA; Chatterton, NJ; Harrison, PA; Jackson, RB
      Elevated CO2 enhances resprouting of a tropical savanna tree

      OECOLOGIA
    12. Catovsky, S; Bazzaz, FA
      The role of resource interactions and seedling regeneration in maintaininga positive feedback in hemlock stands

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    13. Catovsky, S; Bazzaz, FA
      Elevated CO2 influences the responses of two birch species to soil moisture: implications for forest community structure

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    14. Cavender-Bares, J; Apostol, S; Moya, I; Briantais, JM; Bazzaz, FA
      Chilling-induced photoinhibition in two oak species: Are evergreen leaves inherently better protected than deciduous leaves?

      PHOTOSYNTHETICA
    15. Jasienski, M; Bazzaz, FA
      The fallacy of ratios and the testability of models in biology

      OIKOS
    16. Wayne, PM; Carnelli, AL; Connolly, J; Bazzaz, FA
      The density dependence of plant responses to elevated CO2

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    17. Thomas, SC; Jasienski, M; Bazzaz, FA
      Early vs. asymptotic growth responses of herbaceous plants to elevated CO2

      ECOLOGY
    18. Thomas, SC; Bazzaz, FA
      Asymptotic height as a predictor of photosynthetic characteristics in Malaysian rain forest trees

      ECOLOGY
    19. George, LO; Bazzaz, FA
      The fern understory as an ecological filter: Emergence and establishment of canopy-tree seedlings

      ECOLOGY
    20. George, LO; Bazzaz, FA
      The fern understory as an ecological filter: Growth and survival of canopy-tree seedlings

      ECOLOGY
    21. BERNTSON GM; RAJAKARUNA N; BAZZAZ FA
      GROWTH AND NITROGEN UPTAKE IN AN EXPERIMENTAL COMMUNITY OF ANNUALS EXPOSED TO ELEVATED ATMOSPHERIC CO2

      Global change biology
    22. HIROSE T; BAZZAZ FA
      TRADE-OFF BETWEEN LIGHT-USE AND NITROGEN-USE EFFICIENCY IN CANOPY PHOTOSYNTHESIS

      Annals of botany (Print)
    23. SUGIYAMA S; BAZZAZ FA
      SIZE DEPENDENCE OF REPRODUCTIVE ALLOCATION - THE INFLUENCE OF RESOURCE AVAILABILITY, COMPETITION AND GENETIC IDENTITY

      Functional ecology
    24. JASIENSKI M; THOMAS SC; BAZZAZ FA
      BLAMING THE TREES - A CRITIQUE OF RESEARCH ON FOREST RESPONSES TO HIGH CO2

      Trends in ecology & evolution
    25. BAZZAZ FA
      TROPICAL FORESTS IN A FUTURE CLIMATE - CHANGES IN BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY AND IMPACT ON THE GLOBAL CARBON-CYCLE

      Climatic change
    26. LI A; BERNTSON GM; GODBOLD DL; BAZZAZ FA
      THE DYNAMICS OF ROOT PRODUCTION AND LOSS IN BETULA-PAPYRIFERA SEEDLINGS IN RESPONSE TO ELEVATED CO2 AND AN ALUMINUM PULSE

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde
    27. WAYNE PM; REEKIE EG; BAZZAZ FA
      ELEVATED CO2 AMELIORATES BIRCH RESPONSE TO HIGH-TEMPERATURE AND FROSTSTRESS - IMPLICATIONS FOR MODELING CLIMATE-INDUCED GEOGRAPHIC RANGE SHIFTS

      Oecologia
    28. BERNTSON GM; BAZZAZ FA
      REGENERATING TEMPERATE FOREST MESOCOSMS IN ELEVATED CO2 - BELOW-GROUND GROWTH AND NITROGEN CYCLING

      Oecologia
    29. CARLTON GC; BAZZAZ FA
      RESOURCE CONGRUENCE AND FOREST REGENERATION FOLLOWING AN EXPERIMENTALHURRICANE BLOWDOWN

      Ecology
    30. Bassow, SL; Bazzaz, FA
      How environmental conditions affect canopy leaf-level photosynthesis in four deciduous tree species

      ECOLOGY
    31. CARLTON GC; BAZZAZ FA
      REGENERATION OF 3 SYMPATRIC BIRCH SPECIES ON EXPERIMENTAL HURRICANE BLOWDOWN MICROSITES

      Ecological monographs
    32. CAVENDERBARES JM; VOSS PB; BAZZAZ FA
      CONSEQUENCES OF INCONGRUENCY IN DIURNALLY VARYING RESOURCES FOR SEEDLINGS OF RUMEX CRISPUS (POLYGONACEAE)

      American journal of botany
    33. BERNTSON GM; BAZZAZ FA
      NITROGEN CYCLING IN MICROCOSMS OF YELLOW BIRCH EXPOSED TO ELEVATED CO2 - SIMULTANEOUS POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE BELOW-GROUND FEEDBACKS

      Global change biology
    34. BERNTSON GM; WAYNE PM; BAZZAZ FA
      BELOW-GROUND ARCHITECTURAL AND MYCORRHIZAL RESPONSES TO ELEVATED CO2 IN BETULA-ALLEGHANIENSIS POPULATIONS

      Functional ecology
    35. BERNTSON GM; BAZZAZ FA
      ELEVATED CO2 AND THE MAGNITUDE AND SEASONAL DYNAMICS OF ROOT PRODUCTION AND LOSS IN BETULA-PAPYRIFERA

      Plant and soil
    36. SUGIYAMA S; BAZZAZ FA
      PLASTICITY OF SEED OUTPUT IN RESPONSE TO SOIL NUTRIENTS AND DENSITY IN ABUTILON-THEOPHRASTI - IMPLICATIONS FOR MAINTENANCE OF GENETIC-VARIATION

      Oecologia
    37. BASSOW SL; BAZZAZ FA
      INTRA-SPECIFIC AND INTER-SPECIFIC VARIATION IN CANOPY PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN A MIXED DECIDUOUS FOREST

      Oecologia
    38. HUGHES L; BAZZAZ FA
      EFFECT OF ELEVATED CO2 ON INTERACTIONS BETWEEN THE WESTERN FLOWER THRIPS, FRANKLINIELLA-OCCIDENTALIS (THYSANOPTERA, THRIPIDAE) AND THE COMMON MILKWEED, ASCLEPIAS-SYRIACA

      Oecologia
    39. GODBOLD DL; BERNTSON GM; BAZZAZ FA
      GROWTH AND MYCORRHIZAL COLONIZATION OF 3 NORTH-AMERICAN TREE SPECIES UNDER ELEVATED ATMOSPHERIC CO2

      New phytologist
    40. WAYNE PM; BAZZAZ FA
      LIGHT ACQUISITION AND GROWTH BY COMPETING INDIVIDUALS IN CO2-ENRICHEDATMOSPHERES - CONSEQUENCES FOR SIZE STRUCTURE IN REGENERATING BIRCH STANDS

      Journal of Ecology
    41. JASIENSKI M; AYALA FJ; BAZZAZ FA
      PHENOTYPIC PLASTICITY AND SIMILARITY OF DNA AMONG GENOTYPES OF AN ANNUAL PLANT

      Heredity
    42. HIROSE T; ACKERLY DD; TRAW MB; RAMSEIER D; BAZZAZ FA
      CO2 ELEVATION, CANOPY PHOTOSYNTHESIS, AND OPTIMAL LEAF-AREA INDEX

      Ecology
    43. MABRY CM; JASIENSKI M; COLEMAN JS; BAZZAZ FA
      GENOTYPIC VARIATION IN POLYGONUM-PENSYLVANICUM - NUTRIENT EFFECTS ON PLANT-GROWTH AND APHID INFESTATION

      Canadian journal of botany
    44. FOSTER DR; ABER JD; MELILLO JM; BOWDEN RD; BAZZAZ FA
      FOREST RESPONSE TO DISTURBANCE AND ANTHROPOGENIC STRESS

      Bioscience
    45. MCCONNAUGHAY KDM; BASSOW SL; BERNTSON GM; BAZZAZ FA
      LEAF SENESCENCE AND DECLINE OF END-OF-SEASON GAS-EXCHANGE IN 5 TEMPERATE DECIDUOUS TREE SPECIES GROWN IN ELEVATED CO2 CONCENTRATIONS

      Global change biology
    46. MCCONNAUGHAY KDM; NICOTRA AB; BAZZAZ FA
      ROOTING VOLUME, NUTRIENT AVAILABILITY, AND CO2-INDUCED GROWTH ENHANCEMENTS IN TEMPERATE FOREST TREE SEEDLINGS

      Ecological applications
    47. BERNTSON GM; BAZZAZ FA
      BELOW-GROUND POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE FEEDBACKS ON CO2 GROWTH ENHANCEMENT

      Plant and soil
    48. HIROSE T; ACKERLY DD; TRAW MB; BAZZAZ FA
      EFFECTS OF CO2 ELEVATION ON CANOPY DEVELOPMENT IN THE STANDS OF 2 COOCCURRING ANNUALS

      Oecologia
    49. TRAW MB; LINDROTH RL; BAZZAZ FA
      DECLINE IN GYPSY-MOTH (LYMANTRIA-DISPAR) PERFORMANCE IN AN ELEVATED CO2 ATMOSPHERE DEPENDS UPON HOST-PLANT SPECIES

      Oecologia
    50. BERNTSON GM; BAZZAZ FA
      THE ALLOMETRY OF ROOT PRODUCTION AND LOSS IN SEEDLINGS OF ACER-RUBRUM(ACERACEAE) AND BETULA-PAPYRIFERA (BETULACEAE) - IMPLICATIONS FOR ROOT DYNAMICS IN ELEVATED CO2

      American journal of botany
    51. THOMAS SC; BAZZAZ FA
      ELEVATED CO2 AND LEAF SHAPE - ARE DANDELIONS GETTING TOOTHIER

      American journal of botany
    52. WAYNE PM; BAZZAZ FA
      SEEDLING DENSITY MODIFIES THE GROWTH-RESPONSES OF YELLOW BIRCH MATERNAL FAMILIES TO ELEVATED CARBON-DIOXIDE

      Global change biology
    53. BOLKER BM; PACALA SW; BAZZAZ FA; CANHAM CD; LEVIN SA
      SPECIES-DIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEM RESPONSE TO CARBON-DIOXIDE FERTILIZATION - CONCLUSIONS FROM A TEMPERATE FOREST MODEL

      Global change biology
    54. ACKERLY DD; BAZZAZ FA
      PLANT-GROWTH AND REPRODUCTION ALONG CO2 GRADIENTS - NONLINEAR RESPONSES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR COMMUNITY CHANGE

      Global change biology
    55. WARING RH; LAW BE; GOULDEN ML; BASSOW SL; MCCREIGHT RW; WOFSY SC; BAZZAZ FA
      SCALING GROSS ECOSYSTEM PRODUCTION AT HARVARD FOREST WITH REMOTE-SENSING - A COMPARISON OF ESTIMATES FROM A CONSTRAINED QUANTUM-USE EFFICIENCY MODEL AND EDDY-CORRELATION

      Plant, cell and environment
    56. FARNSWORTH EJ; BAZZAZ FA
      INTER-GENERIC AND INTRA-GENERIC DIFFERENCES IN GROWTH, REPRODUCTION, AND FITNESS OF 9 HERBACEOUS ANNUAL SPECIES GROWN IN ELEVATED CO2 ENVIRONMENTS

      Oecologia
    57. BERNTSON GM; FARNSWORTH EJ; BAZZAZ FA
      ALLOCATION, WITHIN AND BETWEEN ORGANS, AND THE DYNAMICS OF ROOT LENGTH CHANGES IN 2 BIRCH SPECIES

      Oecologia
    58. ACKERLY DD; BAZZAZ FA
      LEAF DYNAMICS, SELF-SHADING AND CARBON GAIN IN SEEDLINGS OF A TROPICAL PIONEER TREE

      Oecologia
    59. JASIENSKI M; BAZZAZ FA
      GENOME SIZE AND HIGH CO2

      Nature
    60. BAZZAZ FA; JASIENSKI M; THOMAS SC; WAYNE P
      MICROEVOLUTIONARY RESPONSES IN EXPERIMENTAL POPULATIONS OF PLANTS TO CO2-ENRICHED ENVIRONMENTS - PARALLEL RESULTS FROM 2 MODEL SYSTEMS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    61. FARNSWORTH EJ; NUNEZFARFAN J; CAREAGA SA; BAZZAZ FA
      PHENOLOGY AND GROWTH OF 3 TEMPERATE FOREST LIFE FORMS IN RESPONSE TO ARTIFICIAL SOIL WARMING

      Journal of Ecology
    62. BURTON PJ; BAZZAZ FA
      ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO TREE SEEDLINGS INVADING DIFFERENT PATCHES OF OLD-FIELD VEGETATION

      Journal of Ecology
    63. SIPE TW; BAZZAZ FA
      GAP PARTITIONING AMONG MAPLES (ACER) IN CENTRAL NEW-ENGLAND - SURVIVAL AND GROWTH

      Ecology
    64. ACKERLY DD; BAZZAZ FA
      SEEDLING CROWN ORIENTATION AND INTERCEPTION OF DIFFUSE-RADIATION IN TROPICAL FOREST GAPS

      Ecology
    65. TREMMEL DC; BAZZAZ FA
      PLANT ARCHITECTURE AND ALLOCATION IN DIFFERENT NEIGHBORHOODS - IMPLICATIONS FOR COMPETITIVE SUCCESS

      Ecology
    66. SCHMID B; BAZZAZ FA; WEINER J
      SIZE DEPENDENCY OF SEXUAL REPRODUCTION AND OF CLONAL GROWTH IN 2 PERENNIAL PLANTS

      Canadian journal of botany
    67. BASSOW SL; MCCONNAUGHAY KDM; BAZZAZ FA
      THE RESPONSE OF TEMPERATE TREE SEEDLINGS GROWN IN ELEVATED CO2 TO EXTREME TEMPERATURE EVENTS

      Ecological applications
    68. SIPE TW; BAZZAZ FA
      GAP PARTITIONING AMONG MAPLES (ACER) IN CENTRAL NEW-ENGLAND - SHOOT ARCHITECTURE AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS

      Ecology
    69. MORSE SR; BAZZAZ FA
      ELEVATED CO2 AND TEMPERATURE ALTER RECRUITMENT AND SIZE HIERARCHIES IN C-3 AND C-4 ANNUALS

      Ecology
    70. SCHMID B; BAZZAZ FA
      CROWN CONSTRUCTION, LEAF DYNAMICS, AND CARBON GAIN IN 2 PERENNIALS WITH CONTRASTING ARCHITECTURE

      Ecological monographs
    71. CRABTREE RC; BAZZAZ FA
      SEEDLING RESPONSE OF 4 BIRCH SPECIES TO SIMULATED NITROGEN DEPOSITION- AMMONIUM VS NITRATE

      Ecological applications
    72. WOFSY SC; GOULDEN ML; MUNGER JW; FAN SM; BAKWIN PS; DAUBE BC; BASSOW SL; BAZZAZ FA
      NET EXCHANGE OF CO2 IN A MIDLATITUDE FOREST

      Science
    73. BAZZAZ FA; MIAO SL; WAYNE PM
      CO2-INDUCED GROWTH ENHANCEMENTS OF COOCCURRING TREE SPECIES DECLINE AT DIFFERENT RATES

      Oecologia
    74. MORSE SR; WAYNE P; MIAO SL; BAZZAZ FA
      ELEVATED CO2 AND DROUGHT ALTER TISSUE WATER RELATIONS OF BIRCH (BETULA-POPULIFOLIA MARSH) SEEDLINGS

      Oecologia
    75. MCCONNAUGHAY KDM; BERNTSON GM; BAZZAZ FA
      LIMITATIONS TO CO2-INDUCED GROWTH ENHANCEMENT IN POT STUDIES

      Oecologia
    76. BERNSTSON GM; MCCONNAUGHAY KDM; BAZZAZ FA
      ELEVATED CO2 ALTERS DEPLOYMENT OF ROOTS IN SMALL GROWTH CONTAINERS

      Oecologia
    77. WAYNE PM; BAZZAZ FA
      MORNING VS AFTERNOON SUN PATCHES IN EXPERIMENTAL FOREST GAPS - CONSEQUENCES OF TEMPORAL INCONGRUENCY OF RESOURCES TO BIRCH REGENERATION

      Oecologia
    78. SULTAN SE; BAZZAZ FA
      PHENOTYPIC PLASTICITY IN POLYGONUM-PERSICARIA .1. DIVERSITY AND UNIFORMITY IN GENOTYPIC NORMS OF REACTION TO LIGHT

      Evolution
    79. SULTAN SE; BAZZAZ FA
      PHENOTYPIC PLASTICITY IN POLYGONUM-PERSICARIA .2. NORMS OF REACTION TO SOIL-MOISTURE AND THE MAINTENANCE OF GENETIC DIVERSITY

      Evolution
    80. SULTAN SE; BAZZAZ FA
      PHENOTYPIC PLASTICITY IN POLYGONUM-PERSICARIA .3. THE EVOLUTION OF ECOLOGICAL BREADTH FOR NUTRIENT ENVIRONMENT

      Evolution
    81. MAURICIO R; BOWERS MD; BAZZAZ FA
      PATTERN OF LEAF DAMAGE AFFECTS FITNESS OF THE ANNUAL PLANT RAPHANUS-SATIVUS (BRASSICACEAE)

      Ecology
    82. TREMMEL DC; BAZZAZ FA
      HOW NEIGHBOR CANOPY ARCHITECTURE AFFECTS TARGET PLANT PERFORMANCE

      Ecology
    83. WAYNE PM; BAZZAZ FA
      BIRCH SEEDLING RESPONSES TO DAILY TIME COURSES OF LIGHT IN EXPERIMENTAL FOREST GAPS AND SHADEHOUSES

      Ecology
    84. THOMAS SC; BAZZAZ FA
      THE GENETIC COMPONENT IN PLANT SIZE HIERARCHIES - NORMS OF REACTION TO DENSITY IN A POLYGONUM SPECIES

      Ecological monographs


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