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    1. Robertson, MJ; Silim, S; Chauhan, YS; Ranganathan, R
      Predicting growth and development of pigeonpea: biomass accumulation and partitioning

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    2. Poorter, L
      Light-dependent changes in biomass allocation and their importance for growth of rain forest tree species

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    3. Deckmyn, G; Caeyenberghs, E; Ceulemans, R
      Reduced UV-B in greenhouses decreases white clover response to enhance CO2

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    4. Daepp, M; Nosberger, J; Luscher, A
      Nitrogen fertilization and developmental stage alter the response of Lolium perenne to elevated CO2

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    5. Siegwolf, RTW; Matyssek, R; Saurer, M; Maurer, S; Gunthardt-Goerg, MS; Schmutz, P; Bucher, JB
      Stable isotope analysis reveals differential effects of soil nitrogen and nitrogen dioxide on the water use efficiency in hybrid poplar leaves

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    6. Winkel, T; Payne, W; Renno, JF
      Ontogeny modifies the effects of water stress on stomatal control, leaf area duration and biomass partitioning of Pennisetum glaucum

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    7. Lauri, PE; Kelner, JJ
      Shoot type demography and dry matter partitioning: a morphometric approachin apple (Malus xdomestica)

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    8. Fieldsend, AF; Morrison, JIL
      Contrasting growth and dry matter partitioning in winter and spring evening primrose crops (Oenothera spp.)

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    9. Norgrove, L; Hauser, S; Weise, SF
      Response of Chromolaena odorata to timber tree densities in an agrisilvicultural system in Cameroon: aboveground biomass, residue decomposition and nutrient release

      AGRICULTURE ECOSYSTEMS & ENVIRONMENT
    10. Wenzl, P; Chaves, AL; Mayer, JE; Rao, IM; Nair, MG
      Roots of nutrient-deprived Brachiaria species accumulate 1,3-di-O-trans-feruloylquinic acid

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    11. Krishnan, P; Nayak, SK
      Biomass partitioning and yield components of individual tillers of rice (Oryza sativa) at different nitrogen levels

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
    12. King, JS; Albaugh, TJ; Allen, HL; Kress, LW
      Stand-level allometry in Pinus taeda as affected by irrigation and fertilization

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Oleksyn, J; Reich, PB; Chalupka, W; Tjoelker, MG
      Differential above- and below-ground biomass accumulation of European Pinus sylvestris populations in a 12-year-old provenance experiment

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH
    14. Lowe, DB; McCarty, LB; Whitwell, T; Bridges, WC
      Temperature influences Kyllinga brevifolia and K-squamulata growth

      WEED SCIENCE
    15. Drexhage, M; Huber, F; Colin, F
      Comparison of radial increment and volume growth in stems and roots of Quercus petraea

      PLANT AND SOIL
    16. King, JS; Pregitzer, KS; Zak, DR
      Clonal variation in above- and below-ground growth responses of Populus tremuloides Michaux: Influence of soil warming and nutrient availability

      PLANT AND SOIL
    17. Buwalda, F; Warmenhoven, M
      Growth-limiting phosphate nutrition suppresses nitrate accumulation in greenhouse lettuce

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    18. McConnaughay, KDM; Coleman, JS
      Biomass allocation in plants: Ontogeny or optimality? A test along three resource gradients

      ECOLOGY
    19. DUNN JP; FROMMELT K
      EFFECTS OF BELOW-GROUND HERBIVORY BY DIABROTICA-VIRGIFERA-VIRGIFERA (COLEOPTERA) ON BIOMASS ALLOCATION AND CARBOHYDRATE STORAGE OF MAIZE

      Agriculture, ecosystems & environment. Applied soil ecology
    20. VANTUSSENBROEK BI
      ABOVE-GROUND AND BELOW-GROUND BIOMASS AND PRODUCTION BY THALASSIA-TESTUDINUM IN A TROPICAL REEF LAGOON

      Aquatic botany
    21. OLEKSYN J; MODRZYNSKI J; TJOELKER MG; ZYTKOWIAK R; REICH PB; KAROLEWSKI P
      GROWTH AND PHYSIOLOGY OF PICEA-ABIES POPULATIONS FROM ELEVATIONAL TRANSECTS - COMMON GARDEN EVIDENCE FOR ALTITUDINAL ECOTYPES AND COLD ADAPTATION

      Functional ecology
    22. REICH PB; TJOELKER MG; WALTERS MB; VANDERKLEIN DW; BUSHENA C
      CLOSE ASSOCIATION OF RGR, LEAF AND ROOT MORPHOLOGY, SEED MASS AND SHADE TOLERANCE IN SEEDLINGS OF 9 BOREAL TREE SPECIES GROWN IN HIGH AND LOW-LIGHT

      Functional ecology
    23. MCCONNAUGHAY KDM; COLEMAN JS
      CAN PLANTS TRACK CHANGES IN NUTRIENT AVAILABILITY VIA CHANGES IN BIOMASS PARTITIONING

      Plant and soil
    24. ZERIHUN A; MCKENZIE BA; MORTON JD
      PHOTOSYNTHATE COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE UTILIZATION OF DIFFERENT NITROGEN-FORMS - INFLUENCE ON THE CARBON BALANCE OF PLANTS AND SHOOT-ROOT BIOMASS PARTITIONING

      New phytologist
    25. KRISHNAN P; SWAIN P; NAYAK SK
      EFFECT OF NITROGEN LEVELS ON PATTERN OF INCREMENTAL BIOMASS PARTITIONING IN RICE (ORYZA-SATIVA) AT DIFFERENT GROWTH-STAGES

      Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences
    26. ALBAUGH TJ; ALLEN HL; DOUGHERTY PM; KRESS LW; KING JS
      LEAF-AREA AND ABOVE-GROUND AND BELOW-GROUND GROWTH-RESPONSES OF LOBLOLLY-PINE TO NUTRIENT AND WATER ADDITIONS

      Forest science
    27. SAARINEN T
      INTERNAL C-N BALANCE AND BIOMASS PARTITIONING OF CAREX-ROSTRATA GROWNAT 3 LEVELS OF NITROGEN SUPPLY

      Canadian journal of botany
    28. LEBOURGEOIS F; LEVY G; AUSSENAC G; CLERC B; WILLM F
      INFLUENCE OF SOIL DRYING ON LEAF WATER POTENTIAL, PHOTOSYNTHESIS, STOMATAL CONDUCTANCE AND GROWTH IN 2 BLACK PINE VARIETIES

      Annales des Sciences Forestieres
    29. PRIOR SA; RUNION GB; MITCHELL RJ; ROGERS HH; AMTHOR JS
      EFFECTS OF ATMOSPHERIC CO2 ON LONGLEAF PINE - PRODUCTIVITY AND ALLOCATION AS INFLUENCED BY NITROGEN AND WATER

      Tree physiology
    30. LOSS SP; SIDDIQUE KHM; MARTIN LD
      ADAPTATION OF FABA-BEAN (VICIA-FABA L) TO DRYLAND MEDITERRANEAN-TYPE ENVIRONMENTS .2. PHENOLOGY, CANOPY DEVELOPMENT, RADIATION ABSORBTION AND BIOMASS PARTITIONING

      Field crops research
    31. JONSSON A; ERICSSON T; ERIKSSON G; KAHR M; LUNDKVIST K; NORELL L
      INTERFAMILY VARIATION IN NITROGEN PRODUCTIVITY OF PINUS-SYLVESTRIS SEEDLINGS

      Scandinavian journal of forest research
    32. WANG Z; REDDY VR; QUEBEDEAUX B
      GROWTH AND PHOTOSYNTHETIC RESPONSES OF SOYBEAN TO SHORT-TERM COLD TEMPERATURE

      Environmental and experimental botany
    33. HUBER H; HUTCHINGS MJ
      DIFFERENTIAL RESPONSE TO SHADING IN ORTHOTROPIC AND PLAGIOTROPIC SHOOTS OF THE CLONAL HERB GLECHOMA-HIRSUTA

      Oecologia
    34. LEXA M; CHEESEMAN JM
      GROWTH AND NITROGEN RELATIONS IN RECIPROCAL GRAFTS OF WILD-TYPE AND NITRATE REDUCTASE-DEFICIENT MUTANTS OF PEA (PISUM-SATIVUM L VAR JUNEAU)

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    35. VANHEES AFM
      GROWTH AND MORPHOLOGY OF PEDUNCULATE OAK (QUERCUS-ROBUR L) AND BEECH (FAGUS-SYLVATICA L) SEEDLINGS IN RELATION TO SHADING AND DROUGHT

      Annales des Sciences Forestieres
    36. KUULUVAINEN T; SPRUGEL DG
      EXAMINING AGE-RELATED AND ALTITUDE-RELATED VARIATION IN TREE ARCHITECTURE AND NEEDLE EFFICIENCY IN NORWAY SPRUCE USING TREND-SURFACE ANALYSIS

      Forest ecology and management
    37. HOLLOWAY JC; SHAW DR
      HERBICIDE EFFECTS ON IVYLEAF MORNINGGLORY (IPOMOEA-HEDERACEA) AND SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX) GROWTH AND WATER RELATIONS

      Weed science
    38. BLACKSHAW RE
      TEMPERATURE EFFECTS ON VEGETATIVE GROWTH OF ROUND-LEAVED MALLOW (MALVA-PUSILLA)

      Weed science
    39. BUYSSE J; VANDENBROECK H; MERCKX R
      GROWTH AND GROWTH SUBSTRATE LEVELS IN SPINACH UNDER NONSTEADY STATE CONDITIONS OF NITROGEN NUTRITION AND LIGHT

      Physiologia Plantarum
    40. SEEL WE; PRESS MC
      EFFECTS OF REPEATED PARASITISM BY RHINANTHUS MINOR ON THE GROWTH AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS OF A PERENNIAL GRASS, POA ALPINA

      New phytologist
    41. LUCAS WJ; BALACHANDRAN S; PARK J; WOLF S
      PLASMODESMAL COMPANION CELL-MESOPHYLL COMMUNICATION IN THE CONTROL OVER CARBON METABOLISM AND PHLOEM TRANSPORT - INSIGHTS GAINED FROM VIRALMOVEMENT PROTEINS

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    42. MARSCHNER H; KIRKBY EA; CAKMAK I
      EFFECT OF MINERAL NUTRITIONAL-STATUS ON SHOOT-ROOT PARTITIONING OF PHOTOASSIMILATES AND CYCLING OF MINERAL NUTRIENTS

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    43. RETTA A; ARMBRUST DV; HAGEN LJ
      PARTITIONING OF BIOMASS IN THE CROP SUBMODEL OF WEPS (WIND EROSION PREDICTION SYSTEM)

      Transactions of the ASAE
    44. CEULEMANS R; JIANG XN; SHAO BY
      EFFECTS OF ELEVATED ATMOSPHERIC CO2 ON GROWTH, BIOMASS PRODUCTION ANDNITROGEN ALLOCATION OF 2 POPULUS CLONES

      Journal of biogeography
    45. JINEONG O; KHOON GW; CLOUGH BF
      STRUCTURE AND PRODUCTIVITY OF A 20-YEAR-OLD STAND OF RHIZOPHORA-APICULATA BI MANGROVE FOREST

      Journal of biogeography
    46. BUYSSE J; MERCKX R
      DIURNAL-VARIATIONS IN GROWTH-RATE AND GROWTH SUBSTRATE LEVELS OF SPINACH (SPINACIA-OLERACEA L) UNDER NITROGEN-LIMITING CONDITIONS

      Plant, cell and environment
    47. BALACHANDRAN S; HULL RJ; VAADIA Y; WOLF S; LUCAS WJ
      ALTERATION IN CARBON PARTITIONING INDUCED BY THE MOVEMENT PROTEIN OF TOBACCO MOSAIC-VIRUS ORIGINATES IN THE MESOPHYLL AND IS INDEPENDENT OFCHANGE IN THE PLASMODESMAL SIZE-EXCLUSION LIMIT

      Plant, cell and environment
    48. THIEDE ME; LINK SO; FELLOWS RJ; BEEDLOW PA
      EFFECTS OF GAMMA-RADIATION ON STEM DIAMETER GROWTH, CARBON GAIN AND BIOMASS PARTITIONING IN HELIANTHUS-ANNUUS

      Environmental and experimental botany
    49. SOJA G; SOJA AM
      OZONE EFFECTS ON DRY-MATTER PARTITIONING AND CHLOROPHYLL FLUORESCENCEDURING PLANT DEVELOPMENT OF WHEAT

      Water, air and soil pollution
    50. FABIAO A; MADEIRA M; STEEN E; KATTERER T; RIBEIRO C; ARAUJO C
      DEVELOPMENT OF ROOT BIOMASS IN AN EUCALYPTUS-GLOBULUS PLANTATION UNDER DIFFERENT WATER AND NUTRIENT REGIMES

      Plant and soil
    51. GEBAUER RLE; REYNOLDS JF; TENHUNEN JD
      GROWTH AND ALLOCATION OF THE ARCTIC SEDGES ERIOPHORUM-ANGUSTIFOLIUM AND ERIOPHORUM-VAGINATUM - EFFECTS OF VARIABLE SOIL OXYGEN AND NUTRIENTAVAILABILITY

      Oecologia
    52. TROELSTRA SR; WAGENAAR R; SMANT W
      NITROGEN-UTILIZATION BY PLANT-SPECIES FROM ACID HEATHLAND SOILS .1. COMPARISON BETWEEN NITRATE AND AMMONIUM NUTRITION AT CONSTANT LOW PH

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    53. RODRIGUES ML; PACHECO CMA; CHAVES MM
      SOIL-PLANT WATER RELATIONS, ROOT DISTRIBUTION AND BIOMASS PARTITIONING IN LUPINUS-ALBUS L UNDER DROUGHT CONDITIONS

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    54. SCHENK U; MANDERSCHEID R; HUGEN J; WEIGEL HJ
      EFFECTS OF CO2 ENRICHMENT AND INTRASPECIFIC COMPETITION ON BIOMASS PARTITIONING, NITROGEN-CONTENT AND MICROBIAL BIOMASS CARBON IN SOIL OF PERENNIAL RYEGRASS AND WHITE CLOVER

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    55. VANOIJEN M; DERUIJTER FJ; VANHAREN RJF
      ANALYSES OF THE EFFECTS OF POTATO CYST NEMATODES (GLOBODERA-PALLIDA) ON GROWTH, PHYSIOLOGY AND YIELD OF POTATO CULTIVARS IN-FIELD PLOTS AT 3 LEVELS OF SOIL COMPACTION

      Annals of Applied Biology
    56. BULLARD MJ; HEATH MC; NIXON PMI
      SHOOT GROWTH, RADIATION INTERCEPTION AND DRY-MATTER PRODUCTION AND PARTITIONING DURING THE ESTABLISHMENT PHASE OF MISCANTHUS-SINENSIS GIGANTEUS GROWN AT 2 DENSITIES IN THE UK

      Annals of Applied Biology
    57. ELKOHEN A; MOUSSEAU M
      INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF ELEVATED CO2 AND MINERAL-NUTRITION ON GROWTH AND CO2 EXCHANGE OF SWEET CHESTNUT SEEDLINGS (CASTANEA-SATIVA)

      Tree physiology
    58. CREGG BM
      CARBON ALLOCATION, GAS-EXCHANGE, AND NEEDLE MORPHOLOGY OF PINUS-PONDEROSA GENOTYPES KNOWN TO DIFFER IN GROWTH AND SURVIVAL UNDER IMPOSED DROUGHT

      Tree physiology
    59. KASTNERMARESCH AE; MOONEY HA
      MODELING OPTIMAL PLANT BIOMASS PARTITIONING

      Ecological modelling
    60. ARNTZEN FK; WOUTERS TCAE
      ASSESSING THE TOLERANCE OF GLOBODERA-PALLIDA OF RESISTANT POTATO GENOTYPES BY MEANS OF FIELD AND POT TESTS

      Potato research
    61. BUYSSE J; SMOLDERS E; MERCKX R
      THE ROLE OF FREE SUGARS AND AMINO-ACIDS IN THE REGULATION OF BIOMASS PARTITIONING AND PLANT-GROWTH

      Plant and soil
    62. VANDERWERF A; VANNUENEN M; VISSER AJ; LAMBERS H
      CONTRIBUTION OF PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL PLANT TRAITS TO A SPECIES COMPETITIVE ABILITY AT HIGH AND LOW NITROGEN SUPPLY - A HYPOTHESIS FOR INHERENTLY FAST-GROWING AND SLOW-GROWING MONOCOTYLEDONOUS SPECIES

      Oecologia
    63. SEEL WE; PRESS MC
      INFLUENCE OF THE HOST ON 3 SUB-ARCTIC ANNUAL FACULTATIVE ROOT HEMIPARASITES .1. GROWTH, MINERAL ACCUMULATION AND ABOVEGROUND DRY-MATTER PARTITIONING

      New phytologist
    64. METHY M; ROY J
      MORPHOGENETIC CHANGES INDUCED BY A LOW RED-FAR-RED RATIO AND THEIR GROWTH CONSEQUENCES IN WATER HYACINTH (EICHHORNIA-CRASSIPES)

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    65. BARET F; OLIOSO A; LUCIANI JL
      ROOT BIOMASS FRACTION AS A FUNCTION OF GROWTH DEGREE DAYS IN WHEAT

      Plant and soil


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