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    1. Zavala, JA; Scopel, AL; Ballare, CL
      Effects of ambient UV-B radiation on soybean crops: Impact on leaf herbivory by Anticarsia gemmatalis

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    2. Boucher, DH; Vandermeer, JH; de la Cerda, IG; Mallona, MA; Perfecto, I; Zamora, N
      Post-agriculture versus post-hurricane succession in southeastern Nicaraguan rain forest

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    3. Chokkalingam, U; White, A
      Structure and spatial patterns of trees in old-growth northern hardwood and mixed forests of northern Maine

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    4. Aguiar, MR; Lauenroth, WK
      Local and regional differences in abundance of co-dominant grasses in the shortgrass steppe: a modeling analysis of potential causes

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    5. Monaco, TA; Briske, DD
      Contrasting shade avoidance responses in two perennial grasses: a field investigation in simulated sparse and dense canopies

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    6. Kiama, D; Kiyiapi, J
      Shade tolerance and regeneration of some tree species of a tropical rain forest in Western Kenya

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    7. de Viana, ML; Suhring, S; Manly, BFJ
      Application of randomization methods to study the association of Trichocereus pasacana (Cactaceae) with potential nurse plants

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    8. Blair, B
      Effect of soil nutrient heterogeneity on the symmetry of belowground competition

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    9. Rendon, B; Nunez-Farfan, J
      Population differentiation and phenotypic plasticity of wild and agrestal populations of the annual Anoda cristata (Malvaceae) growing in two contrasting habitats

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    10. Kovarova, M; Dostal, P; Herben, T
      Vegetation of ant-hills in a mountain grassland: effects of mound history and of dominant ant species

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    11. Couteron, P
      Using spectral analysis to confront distributions of individual species with an overall periodic pattern in semi-arid vegetation

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    12. Verdu, M; Garcia-Fayos, P
      The effect of deceptive fruits on predispersal seed predation by birds in Pistacia lentiscus

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    13. Cairns, DM
      A comparison of methods for predicting vegetation type

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    14. Meentemeyer, RK; Moody, A; Franklin, J
      Landscape-scale patterns of shrub-species abundance in California chaparral - The role of topographically mediated resource gradients

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    15. Townsend, PA
      Relationships between vegetation patterns and hydroperiod on the Roanoke River floodplain, North Carolina

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    16. Allen, TR; Kupfer, JA
      Spectral response and spatial pattern of Fraser fir mortality and regeneration, Great Smoky Mountains, USA

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    17. Messina, JP; Walsh, SJ
      2.5D Morphogenesis: modeling landuse and landcover dynamics in the Ecuadorian Amazon

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    18. Bowersox, MA; Brown, DG
      Measuring the abruptness of patchy ecotones - A simulation-based comparison of landscape pattern statistics

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    19. Hall, KR; Maruca, SL
      Mapping a forest mosaic - A comparison of vegetation and bird distributions using geographic boundary analysis

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    20. Bjorn, LO; Wang, T
      Is provitamin D a UV-B receptor in plants?

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    21. Rozema, J; Noordijk, AJ; Broekman, RA; van Beem, A; Meijkamp, BM; de Bakker, NVJ; van de Staaij, JWM; Stroetenga, M; Bohncke, SJP; Konert, M; Kars, S; Peat, H; Smith, RIL; Convey, P
      (Poly)phenolic compounds in pollen and spores of Antarctic plants as indicators of solar UV-B - A new proxy for the reconstruction of past solar UV-B?

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    22. Moody, SA; Paul, ND; Bjorn, LO; Callaghan, TV; Lee, JA; Manetas, Y; Rozema, J; Gwynn-Jones, D; Johanson, U; Kyparissis, A; Oudejans, AMC
      The direct effects of UV-B radiation on Betula pubescens litter decomposing at four European field sites

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    23. Oudejans, AMC; Nijssen, A; Huls, JS; Rozema, J
      The reduction of aboveground Calamagrostis epigeios mass and tiller numberby enhanced UV-B in a dune-grassland ecosystem

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    24. Gaberscik, A; Novak, M; Trost, T; Mazej, Z; Germ, M; Bjorn, LO
      The influence of enhanced UV-B radiation on the spring geophyte Pulmonariaofficinalis

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    25. Petropoulou, Y; Georgiou, O; Psaras, GK; Manetas, Y
      The growth, flower properties and demography of Anthemis arvensis exposed to enhanced UV-B radiation

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    26. Gwynn-Jones, D
      Short-term impacts of enhanced UV-B radiation on photo-assimilate allocation and metabolism: a possible interpretation for time-dependent inhibition of growth

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    27. Huiskes, AHL; Lud, D; Moerdijk-Poortvliet, TCW
      Field research on the effects of UV-B filters on terrestrial Antarctic vegetation

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    28. Lud, D; Huiskes, AHL; Moerdijk, TCW; Rozema, J
      The effects of altered levels of UV-B radiation on an Antarctic grass and lichen

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    29. Rozema, J; Broekman, R; Lud, D; Huiskes, AHJ; Moerdijk, T; de Bakker, N; Meijkamp, B; van Beem, A
      Consequences of depletion of stratospheric ozone for terrestrial Antarcticecosystems: the response of Deschampsia antarctica to enhanced UV-B radiation in a controlled environment

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    30. Grammatikopoulos, G; Drilias, P; Kyparissis, A; Petropoulou, Y; Manetas, Y
      Reduction of ambient UV-B radiation does not affect growth but may change the flowering pattern of Rosmarinus officinalis L.

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    31. Deckmyn, G; Cayenberghs, E; Ceulemans, R
      UV-B and PAR in single and mixed canopies grown under different UV-B exclusions in the field

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    32. Meijkamp, BB; Doodeman, G; Rozema, J
      The response of Vicia faba to enhanced UV-B radiation under low and near ambient PAR levels

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    33. Bolink, EM; van Schalkwijk, I; Posthumus, F; van Hasselt, PR
      Growth under UV-B radiation increases tolerance to high-light stress in pea and bean plants

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    34. Tosserams, M; Smet, J; Magendans, E; Rozema, J
      Nutrient availability influences UV-B sensitivity of Plantago lanceolata

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    35. van de Staaij, J; Rozema, J; van Beem, A; Aerts, R
      Increased solar UV-B radiation may reduce infection by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) in dune grassland plants: evidence from five years of fieldexposure

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    36. Levizou, E; Manetas, Y
      Combined effects of enhanced UV-B radiation and additional nutrients on growth of two Mediterranean plant species

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    37. Kyparissis, A; Drilias, P; Petropoulou, Y; Grammatikopoulos, G; Manetas, Y
      Effects of UV-B radiation and additional irrigation on the Mediterranean evergreen sclerophyll Ceratonia siliqua L. under field conditions

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    38. Tosserams, M; Visser, A; Groen, M; Kalis, G; Magendans, E; Rozema, J
      Combined effects of CO2 concentration and enhanced UV-B radiation on faba bean

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    39. Levizou, E; Manetas, Y
      Enhanced UV-B radiation, artificial wounding and leaf chemical defensive potential in Phlomis fruticosa L.

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    40. Sinha, RP; Klisch, M; Groniger, A; Hader, DP
      Responses of aquatic algae and cyanobacteria to solar UV-B

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    41. de Bakker, NVJ; van Beem, AP; van de Staaij, JWM; Rozema, J; Aerts, R
      Effects of UV-B radiation on a charophycean alga, Chara aspera

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    42. van Donk, E; Faafeng, BA; de Lange, HJ; Hessen, DO
      Differential sensitivity to natural ultraviolet radiation among phytoplankton species in Arctic lakes (Spitsbergen, Norway)

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    43. Hessen, DO; Faerovig, PJ
      The photoprotective role of humus-DOC for Selenastrum and Daphnia

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    44. Linsenmair, KE
      Untitled - Foreword

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    45. Mitchell, A
      Introduction - Canopy science: time to shape up

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    46. Sutton, SL
      Alice grows up: canopy science in transition from Wonderland to Reality

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    47. Barker, MG; Pinard, MA
      Forest canopy research: sampling problems, and some solutions

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    48. Lowman, MD
      Plants in the forest canopy: some reflections on current research and future direction

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    49. Nieder, J; Prosperi, J; Michaloud, G
      Epiphytes and their contribution to canopy diversity

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    50. Schmidt, G; Stuntz, S; Zotz, G
      Plant size: an ignored parameter in epiphyte ecophysiology?

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    51. van Dulmen, A
      Pollination and phenology of flowers in the canopy of two contrasting rainforest types in Amazonia, Colombia

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    52. Basset, Y
      Invertebrates in the canopy of tropical rain forests - How much do we really know?

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    53. Kays, R; Allison, A
      Arboreal tropical forest vertebrates: current knowledge and research trends

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    54. Shanahan, M; Compton, SG
      Vertical stratification of figs and fig-eaters in a Bornean lowland rain forest: how is the canopy different?

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    55. Schulze, CH; Linsenmair, KE; Fiedler, K
      Understorey versus canopy: patterns of vertical stratification and diversity among Lepidoptera in a Bornean rain forest

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    56. Floren, A; Linsenmair, KE
      The influence of anthropogenic disturbances on the structure of arboreal arthropod communities

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    57. Wagner, T
      Seasonal changes in the canopy arthropod fauna in Rinorea beniensis in Budongo Forest, Uganda

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    58. Simon, U; Linsenmair, KE
      Arthropods in tropical oaks: differences in their spatial distributions within tree crowns

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    59. Winkler, H; Preleuthner, M
      Behaviour and ecology of birds in tropical rain forest canopies

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    60. Calder, IR
      Canopy processes: implications for transpiration, interception and splash induced erosion, ultimately for forest management and water resources

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    61. Chappell, NA; Bidin, K; Tych, W
      Modelling rainfall and canopy controls on net-precipitation beneath selectively-logged tropical forest

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    62. Szarzynski, J; Anhuf, D
      Micrometeorological conditions and canopy energy exchanges of a neotropical rain forest (Surumoni-Crane Project, Venezuela)

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    63. Freiberg, M
      The influence of epiphyte cover on branch temperature in a tropical tree

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    64. Thery, M
      Forest light and its influence on habitat selection

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    65. Bongers, F
      Methods to assess tropical rain forest canopy structure: an overview

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    66. Sterck, FJ; Bongers, F; Newbery, DM
      Tree architecture in a Bornean lowland rain forest: intraspecific and interspecific patterns

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    67. Birnbaum, P
      Canopy surface topography in a French Guiana forest and the folded forest theory

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    68. Trichon, V
      Crown typology and the identification of rain forest trees on large-scale aerial photographs

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    69. Stork, NE
      The management implications of canopy research

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    70. Kalko, EKV; Handley, CO
      Neotropical bats in the canopy: diversity, community structure, and implications for conservation

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    71. Ghazoul, J; McLeish, M
      Reproductive ecology of tropical forest trees in logged and fragmented habitats in Thailand and Costa Rica

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    72. Foggo, A; Ozanne, CMP; Speight, MR; Hambler, C
      Edge effects and tropical forest canopy invertebrates

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    73. Nadkarni, NM
      Enhancement of forest canopy research, education, and conservation in the new millennium

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    74. McPhee, CS; Aarssen, LW
      The separation of above- and below-ground competition in plants - A reviewand critique of methodology

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    75. Chacon, P; Bustamante, RO
      The effects of seed size and pericarp on seedling recruitment and biomass in Cryptocarya alba (Lauraceae) under two contrasting moisture regimes

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    76. Barthlott, W; Schmit-Neuerburg, V; Nieder, J; Engwald, S
      Diversity and abundance of vascular epiphytes: a comparison of secondary vegetation and primary montane rain forest in the Venezuelan Andes

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    77. Slingsby, DR; Proctor, J; Carter, SP
      Stabililty and change in ultramafic fellfield vegatation at the Keen of Hamar, Shetland, Scotland

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    78. Caballe, G; Martin, A
      Thirteen years of change in trees and lianas in a Gabonese rainforest

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    79. Valbuena, L; Trabaud, L
      Contribution of the soil seed bank to post-fire recovery of a heathland

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    80. Scudeller, VV; Martins, FR; Shepherd, GJ
      Distribution and abundance of arboreal species in the atlantic ombrophilous dense forest in Southeastern Brazil

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    81. Menalled, FD; Kelty, MJ
      Crown structure and biomass allocation strategies of three juvenile tropical tree species

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    82. Witkowski, ETF; Wilson, M
      Changes in density, biomass, seed production and soil seed banks of the non-native invasive plant, Chromolaena odorata, along a 15 year chronosequence

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    83. Zoete, T
      Variation in the vegetation of Melaleuca quiquenervia dominated forested wetlands of the Moreton region

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    84. Navarro, L
      Reproductive biology and effect of nectar robbing on fruit production in Macleania bullata (Ericaceae)

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    85. Jongejans, E; Telenius, A
      Field experiments on seed dispersal by wind in ten umbelliferous species (Apiaceae)

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    86. Rouget, M; Richardson, DM; Milton, SJ; Polakow, D
      Predicting invasion dynamics of four alien Pinus species in a highly fragmented semi-arid shrubland in South Africa

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    87. Briggs, JM; Knapp, AK
      Determinants of C-3 forb growth and production in a C-4 dominated grassland

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    88. Rosales, J; Petts, G; Knab-Vispo, C
      Ecological gradients within the riparian forests of the lower Caura River,Venezuela

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    89. Mackensen, J; Tillery-Stevens, M; Klinge, R; Folster, H
      Site parameters, species composition, phytomass structure and element stores of a terra-firme forest in East-Amazonia, Brazil

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    90. Relva, MA; Sancholuz, LA
      Effects of simulated browsing on the growth of Austrocedrus chilensis saplings

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    91. Virtanen, R; Johnston, AE; Crawley, MJ; Edwards, GR
      Bryophyte biomass and species richness on the Park Grass Experiment, Rothamsted, UK

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    92. Moe, B; Botnen, A
      Epiphytic vegetation on pollarded trunks of Fraxinus excelsior in four different habitats at Grinde, Leikanger, western Norway

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    93. Meiners, SJ; Handel, SN; Pickett, STA
      Tree seedling establishment under insect herbivory: edge effects and interannual variation

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    94. Foster, BL
      Competition at the population level along a standing crop gradient: a field experiment in successional grassland

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    95. Manabe, T; Nishimura, N; Miura, M; Yamamoto, S
      Population structure and spatial patterns for trees in a temperate old-growth evergreen broad-leaved forest in Japan

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    96. Lawesson, JE
      Danish deciduous forest types

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    97. Jenkins, MA; Parker, GR
      The response of herbaceous-layer vegetation to anthropogenic disturbance in intermittent stream bottomland forests of southern Indiana, USA

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    98. Dlott, F; Turkington, R
      Regulation of boreal forest understory vegetation: the roles of resources and herbivores

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    99. Gonzalez-Astorga, J; Nunez-Farfan, J
      Variable demography in relation to germination time in the annual plant Tagetes micrantha Cav. (Asteraceae)

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    100. Alpert, P; Tuba, Z
      The cactus, the sunflower, and the moss

      PLANT ECOLOGY


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