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    1. Gallenmuller, F; Muller, U; Rowe, N; Speck, T
      The growth form of Croton pullei (Euphorbiaceae) - Functional morphology and biomechanics of a neotropical liana

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    2. Gale, N; Hall, P
      Factors determining the modes of tree death in three Bornean rain forests

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    3. Clark, DA; Brown, S; Kicklighter, DW; Chambers, JQ; Thomlinson, JR; Ni, J
      Measuring net primary production in forests: Concepts and field methods

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    4. Bush, MB; Rivera, R
      Reproductive ecology and pollen representation among neotropical trees

      GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY
    5. Gillespie, TW
      Application of extinction and conservation theories for forest birds in Nicaragua

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    6. Stratford, JA; Stouffer, PC
      Reduced feather growth rates of two common birds inhabiting central Amazonian forest fragments

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    7. Gauriguata, MR; Ostertag, R
      Neotropical secondary forest succession: changes in structural and functional characteristics

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    8. Parren, M; Bongers, F
      Does climber cutting reduce felling damage in southern Cameroon?

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    9. Muthuramkumar, S; Parthasarathy, N
      Tree-liana relationships in a tropical evergreen forest at Varagalaiar, Anamalais, Western Ghats, India

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    10. Restom, TG; Nepstad, DC
      Contribution of vines to the evapotranspiration of a secondary forest in eastern Amazonia

      PLANT AND SOIL
    11. Zotz, G; Thomas, V; Hartung, W
      Ecophysiological consequences of differences in plant size: abscisic acid relationships in the epiphytic orchid Dimerandra emarginata

      OECOLOGIA
    12. Gilbert, GS; Harms, KE; Hamill, DN; Hubbell, SP
      Effects of seedling size, El Nino drought, seedling density, and distance to nearest conspecific adult on 6-year survival of Ocotea whitei seedlings in Panama

      OECOLOGIA
    13. Severinghaus, LL; Rothery, P
      The survival rate of Lanyu Scops Owls Otus elegans botelensis

      IBIS
    14. Marsh, DM
      Behavioral and demographic responses of tungara frogs to variation in ponddensity

      ECOLOGY
    15. Schnitzer, SA; Carson, WP
      Treefall gaps and the maintenance of species diversity in a tropical forest

      ECOLOGY
    16. Condit, R; Robinson, WD; Ibanez, R; Aguilar, S; Sanjur, A; Martinez, R; Stallard, RF; Garcia, T; Angehr, GR; Petit, L; Wright, SJ; Robinson, TR; Heckadon, S
      The status of the Panama Canal watershed and its biodiversity at the beginning of the 21st century

      BIOSCIENCE
    17. Arnold, AE; Maynard, Z; Gilbert, GS; Coley, PD; Kursar, TA
      Are tropical fungal endophytes hyperdiverse?

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    18. Slocum, MG; Horvitz, CC
      Seed arrival under different genera of trees in a neotropical pasture

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    19. Densow, JS; Guzman, S
      Variation in stand structure, light and seedling abundance across a tropical moist forest chronosequence, Panama

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    20. Castelletta, M; Sodhi, NS; Subaraj, R
      Heavy extinctions of forest avifauna in Singapore: Lessons for biodiversity conservation in Southeast Asia

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    21. Bentley, JM; Catterall, CP; Smith, GC
      Effects of fragmentation of araucarian vine forest on small mammal communities

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    22. deMaynadier, PG; Hunter, ML
      Road effects on amphibian movements in a forested landscape

      NATURAL AREAS JOURNAL
    23. Barker, MG; Perez-Salicrup, D
      Comparative water relations of mature mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla) trees with and without lianas in a subhumid, seasonally dry forest in Bolivia

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    24. Helbsing, S; Riederer, M; Zotz, G
      Cuticles of vascular epiphytes: Efficient barriers for water loss after stomatal closure?

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    25. Campbell, CJ
      Fur rubbing behavior in free-ranging black-handed spider monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi) in Panama

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY
    26. Harms, KE; Dalling, JW
      A bruchid beetle and a viable seedling from a single diaspore of Attalea butyracea

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    27. Dewalt, SJ; Schnitzer, SA; Denslow, JS
      Density and diversity of lianas along a chronosequence in a central Panamanian lowland forest

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    28. Allen, MT; Pearcy, RW
      Stomatal behavior and photosynthetic performance under dynamic light regimes in a seasonally dry tropical rain forest

      OECOLOGIA
    29. Allen, MT; Pearcy, RW
      Stomatal versus biochemical limitations to dynamic photosynthetic performance in four tropical rainforest shrub species

      OECOLOGIA
    30. Schnitzer, SA; Dalling, JW; Carson, WP
      The impact of lianas on tree regeneration in tropical forest canopy gaps: evidence for an alternative pathway of gap-phase regeneration

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    31. Valladares, F; Wright, SJ; Lasso, E; Kitajima, K; Pearcy, RW
      Plastic phenotypic response to light of 16 congeneric shrubs from a Panamanian rainforest

      ECOLOGY
    32. Robinson, WD; Brawn, JD; Robinson, SK
      Forest bird community structure in central Panama: Influence of spatial scale and biogeography

      ECOLOGICAL MONOGRAPHS
    33. Wendeln, MC; Runkle, JR; Kalko, EKV
      Nutritional values of 14 fig species and bat feeding preferences in Panama

      BIOTROPICA
    34. Barone, JA
      Comparison of herbivores and herbivory in the canopy and understory for two tropical tree species

      BIOTROPICA
    35. Doyle, G
      Strangler figs in a stand of dry rainforest in the lower Hunter Valley, NSW

      AUSTRALIAN GEOGRAPHER
    36. Condit, R; Ashton, PS; Manokaran, N; LaFrankie, JV; Hubbell, SP; Foster, RB
      Dynamics of the forest communities at Pasoh and Barro Colorado: comparing two 50-ha plots

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    37. Stratford, JA; Stouffer, PC
      Local extinctions of terrestrial insectivorous birds in a fragmented landscape near Manaus, Brazil

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    38. Renjifo, LM
      Composition changes in a subandean avifauna after long-term forest fragmentation

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    39. Fredericksen, TS; Rumiz, D; Bravo, MJJ; Abacay, RA
      Harvesting free-standing fig trees for timber in Bolivia: potential implications for forest management

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    40. Zotz, G; Reichling, P; Krack, S
      Another woody hemiepiphyte with CAM: Havetiopsis flexilis SPRUCE ex PLANCH. et TR. (Clusiaceae)

      FLORA
    41. Zotz, G
      What are backshoots good for? Seasonal changes in mineral, carbohydrate and water content of different organs of the epiphytic orchid, Dimerandra emarginata

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    42. Zotz, G; Thomas, V
      How much water is in the tank? Model calculations for two epiphytic bromeliads

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    43. Zotz, G; Bermejo, P; Dietz, H
      The epiphyte vegetation of Annona glabra on Barro Colorado Island, Panama

      JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY
    44. Forget, PM; Kitajima, K; Foster, RB
      Pre- and post-dispersal seed predation in Tachigali versicolor (Caesalpiniaceae): effects of timing of fruiting and variation among trees

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    45. Dos Anjos, L; Bocon, R
      Bird communities in natural forest patches in southern Brazil

      WILSON BULLETIN
    46. Breed, MD; McGlynn, TP; Stocker, EM; Klein, AN
      Thief workers and variation in nestmate recognition behavior in a ponerineant, Ectatomma ruidum

      INSECTES SOCIAUX
    47. Skillman, JB; Garcia, M; Winter, K
      Whole-plant consequences of Crassulacean acid metabolism for a tropical forest understory plant

      ECOLOGY
    48. Wright, SJ; Carrasco, C; Calderon, O; Paton, S
      The El Nino Southern Oscillation variable fruit production, and famine in a tropical forest

      ECOLOGY
    49. Benitez-Malvido, J; Kossmann-Ferraz, ID
      Litter cover variability affects seedling performance and herbivory

      BIOTROPICA
    50. BOSWELL GP; BRITTON NF; FRANKS NR
      HABITAT FRAGMENTATION, PERCOLATION THEORY AND THE CONSERVATION OF A KEYSTONE SPECIES

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    51. Bush, MB; Rivera, R
      Pollen dispersal and representation in a neotropical rain forest

      GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY LETTERS
    52. GUARIGUATA MR
      RESPONSE OF FOREST TREE SAPLINGS TO EXPERIMENTAL MECHANICAL DAMAGE INLOWLAND PANAMA

      Forest ecology and management
    53. KENNARD DK
      BIOMECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF TREE SAPLINGS AND FREESTANDING LIANAS AS INDICATORS OF SUSCEPTIBILITY TO LOGGING DAMAGE

      Forest ecology and management
    54. Guariguata, MR; Pinard, MA
      Ecological knowledge of regeneration from seed in neotropical forest trees: Implications for natural forest management

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    55. BARONE JA
      EFFECTS OF LIGHT AVAILABILITY AND RAINFALL ON LEAF PRODUCTION IN A MOIST TROPICAL FOREST IN CENTRAL PANAMA

      Journal of tropical ecology
    56. Zotz, G
      Demography of the epiphytic orchid, Dimerandra emarginata

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    57. ZOTZ G; ANDRADE JL
      WATER RELATIONS OF 2 COOCCURRING EPIPHYTIC BROMELIADS

      Journal of plant physiology
    58. CHAPMAN CA; BALCOMB SR
      POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS OF HOWLERS - ECOLOGICAL CONDITIONS OR GROUP HISTORY

      International journal of primatology
    59. BAARS R; KELLY D; SPARROW SD
      LIANE DISTRIBUTION WITHIN NATIVE FOREST REMNANTS IN 2 REGIONS OF THE SOUTH ISLAND, NEW-ZEALAND

      New Zealand journal of ecology
    60. NASON JD; HERRE EA; HAMRICK JL
      THE BREEDING STRUCTURE OF A TROPICAL KEYSTONE PLANT RESOURCE

      Nature
    61. BARONE JA
      HOST-SPECIFICITY OF FOLIVOROUS INSECTS IN A MOIST TROPICAL FOREST

      Journal of Animal Ecology
    62. TEKETAY D
      THE IMPACT OF CLEARING AND CONVERSION OF DRY AFROMONTANE FORESTS INTOARABLE LAND ON THE COMPOSITION AND DENSITY OF SOIL SEED BANKS

      Acta oecologica
    63. ESTRADA A; COATESESTRADA R; MERITT DA
      ANTHROPOGENIC LANDSCAPE CHANGES AND AVIAN DIVERSITY AT LOS-TUXTLAS, MEXICO

      Biodiversity and conservation
    64. BROOKS TM; PIMM SL; COLLAR NJ
      DEFORESTATION PREDICTS THE NUMBER OF THREATENED BIRDS IN INSULAR SOUTHEAST-ASIA

      Conservation biology
    65. DALLING JW; SWAINE MD; GARWOOD NC
      SOIL SEED BANK COMMUNITY DYNAMICS IN SEASONALLY MOIST LOWLAND TROPICAL FOREST, PANAMA

      Journal of tropical ecology
    66. PATEL A
      PHENOLOGICAL PATTERNS OF FICUS IN RELATION TO OTHER FOREST TREES IN SOUTHERN INDIA

      Journal of tropical ecology
    67. HARMS KE; DALLING JW
      DAMAGE AND HERBIVORY TOLERANCE THROUGH RESPROUTING AS AN ADVANTAGE OFLARGE SEED SIZE IN TROPICAL TREES AND LIANAS

      Journal of tropical ecology
    68. GOOS RD
      FUNGI OF BARRO-COLORADO ISLAND, ADJACENT PANAMA, AND THE CALI REGION OF COLOMBIA

      Mycotaxon
    69. EWERS FW; COCHARD H; TYREE MT
      A SURVEY OF ROOT PRESSURES IN VINES OF A TROPICAL LOWLAND FOREST

      Oecologia
    70. ZOTZ G; ZIEGLER H
      THE OCCURRENCE OF CRASSULACEAN ACID METABOLISM AMONG VASCULAR EPIPHYTES FROM CENTRAL PANAMA

      New phytologist
    71. NASON JD; HAMRICK JL
      REPRODUCTIVE AND GENETIC CONSEQUENCES OF FOREST FRAGMENTATION - 2 CASE-STUDIES OF NEOTROPICAL CANOPY TREES

      The Journal of heredity
    72. DETHOISY B; RICHARDHANSEN C
      DIET AND SOCIAL-BEHAVIOR CHANGES IN A RED HOWLER MONKEY (ALOUATTA-SENICULUS) TROOP IN A HIGHLY DEGRADED RAIN-FOREST

      Folia primatologica
    73. TERBORGH J; LOPEZ L; TELLO JS
      BIRD COMMUNITIES IN TRANSITION - THE LAGO-GURI-ISLANDS

      Ecology
    74. HARMS KE; DALLING JW; AIZPRUA R
      REGENERATION FROM COTYLEDONS IN GUSTAVIA-SUPERBA (LECYTHIDACEAE)

      Biotropica
    75. ARANGOVELEZ N; KATTAN GH
      EFFECTS OF FOREST FRAGMENTATION ON EXPERIMENTAL NEST PREDATION IN ANDEAN CLOUD FOREST

      Biological Conservation
    76. CHRISTIANSEN MB; PITTER E
      SPECIES LOSS IN A FOREST BIRD COMMUNITY NEAR LAGOA-SANTA IN SOUTHEASTERN BRAZIL

      Biological Conservation
    77. GOMPPER ME
      SOCIALITY AND ASOCIALITY IN WHITE-NOSED COATIS (NASUA-NARICA) - FORAGING COSTS AND BENEFITS

      Behavioral ecology
    78. KALKO EKV; HERRE EA; HANDLEY CO
      RELATION OF FIG FRUIT CHARACTERISTICS TO FRUIT-EATING BATS IN THE NEWAND OLD-WORLD TROPICS

      Journal of biogeography
    79. YAVITT JB; WRIGHT SJ
      TEMPORAL PATTERNS OF SOIL NUTRIENTS IN A PANAMANIAN MOIST FOREST REVEALED BY ION-EXCHANGE RESIN AND EXPERIMENTAL IRRIGATION

      Plant and soil
    80. KASPARI M
      TESTING RESOURCE-BASED MODELS OF PATCHINESS IN 4 NEOTROPICAL LITTER ANT ASSEMBLAGES

      Oikos
    81. TURNER IM
      SPECIES LOSS IN FRAGMENTS OF TROPICAL RAIN-FOREST - A REVIEW OF THE EVIDENCE

      Journal of Applied Ecology
    82. SEVENSTER JG; VANALPHEN JJM
      AGGREGATION AND COEXISTENCE .2. A NEOTROPICAL DROSOPHILA COMMUNITY

      Journal of Animal Ecology
    83. TALLEY SM; LAWTON RO; SETZER WN
      HOST PREFERENCES OF RHUS RADICANS (ANACARDIACEAE) IN A SOUTHERN DECIDUOUS HARDWOOD FOREST

      Ecology
    84. EVERHAM EM; BROKAW NVL
      FOREST DAMAGE AND RECOVERY FROM CATASTROPHIC WIND

      The Botanical review
    85. TALLEY SM; SETZER WN; JACKES BR
      HOST ASSOCIATIONS OF 2 ADVENTITIOUS-ROOT-CLIMBING VINES IN A NORTH QUEENSLAND TROPICAL RAIN-FOREST

      Biotropica
    86. MORELLATO PC; LEITAO HF
      REPRODUCTIVE PHENOLOGY OF CLIMBERS IN A SOUTHEASTERN BRAZILIAN FOREST

      Biotropica
    87. PINARD M; HOWLETT B; DAVIDSON D
      SITE CONDITIONS LIMIT PIONEER TREE RECRUITMENT AFTER LOGGING OF DIPTEROCARP FORESTS IN SABAH, MALAYSIA

      Biotropica
    88. VOSS RS; EMMONS LH
      MAMMALIAN DIVERSITY IN NEOTROPICAL LOWLAND RAIN-FORESTS - A PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT

      Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History
    89. ANGERMEIER PL
      ECOLOGICAL ATTRIBUTES OF EXTINCTION-PRONE SPECIES - LOSS OF FRESH-WATER FISHES OF VIRGINIA

      Conservation biology
    90. YAVITT JB; BATTLES JJ; LANG GE; KNIGHT DH
      THE CANOPY GAP REGIME IN A SECONDARY NEOTROPICAL FOREST IN PANAMA

      Journal of tropical ecology
    91. ABE S; MASAKI T; NAKASHIZUKA T
      FACTORS INFLUENCING SAPLING COMPOSITION IN CANOPY GAPS OF A TEMPERATEDECIDUOUS FOREST

      Vegetatio
    92. WRIGHT SJ; CALDERON O
      PHYLOGENETIC PATTERNS AMONG TROPICAL FLOWERING PHENOLOGIES

      Journal of Ecology
    93. STOUFFER PC; BIERREGAARD RO
      USE OF AMAZONIAN FOREST FRAGMENTS BY UNDERSTORY INSECTIVOROUS BIRDS

      Ecology
    94. SAGERS CL; COLEY PD
      BENEFITS AND COSTS OF DEFENSE IN A NEOTROPICAL SHRUB

      Ecology
    95. OBRIEN ST; HUBBELL SP; SPIRO P; CONDIT R; FOSTER RB
      DIAMETER, HEIGHT, CROWN, AND AGE RELATIONSHIPS IN 8 NEOTROPICAL TREE SPECIES

      Ecology
    96. MATELSON TJ; NADKARNI NM; SOLANO R
      TREE DAMAGE AND ANNUAL MORTALITY IN A MONTANE FOREST IN MONTEVERDE, COSTA-RICA

      Biotropica
    97. ATTIWILL PM
      THE DISTURBANCE OF FOREST ECOSYSTEMS - THE ECOLOGICAL BASIS FOR CONSERVATIVE MANAGEMENT

      Forest ecology and management
    98. GARCIAMONTIEL DC; SCATENA FN
      THE EFFECT OF HUMAN ACTIVITY ON THE STRUCTURE AND COMPOSITION OF A TROPICAL FOREST IN PUERTO-RICO

      Forest ecology and management
    99. DESTEVEN D
      TROPICAL TREE SEEDLING DYNAMICS - RECRUITMENT PATTERNS AND THEIR POPULATION CONSEQUENCES FOR 3 CANOPY SPECIES IN PANAMA

      Journal of tropical ecology
    100. CABALLE G; BERGER A; SALAGER JL; COUDURIER T
      DAILY WATER FLUXES AND WATER-BALANCE IN 2 RAIN-FOREST LIANAS OF SOUTHERN CAMEROON

      Revue d'ecologie


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