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    1. Oksanen, E; Holopainen, T
      Responses of two birch (Betula pendula Roth) clones to different ozone profiles with similar AOT40 exposure

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    2. Noormets, A; McDonald, EP; Dickson, RE; Kruger, EL; Sober, A; Isebrands, JG; Karnosky, DF
      The effect of elevated carbon dioxide and ozone on leaf- and branch-level photosynthesis and potential plant-level carbon gain in aspen

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    3. Utriainen, J; Holopainen, T
      Nitrogen availability modifies the ozone responses of Scots pine seedlingsexposed in an open-field system

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Baxter, R; Hansson, L
      Bark consumption by small rodents in the northern and southern hemispheres

      MAMMAL REVIEW
    5. Dickson, RE; Coleman, MD; Pechter, P; Karnosky, D
      Growth and crown architecture of two aspen genotypes exposed to interacting ozone and carbon dioxide

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    6. Kolb, TE; Matyssek, R
      Limitations and perspectives about scaling ozone impacts in trees

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    7. Grunhage, L; Krause, GHM; Kollner, B; Bender, J; Weigel, HJ; Jager, HJ; Guderian, R
      A new flux-orientated concept to derive critical levels for ozone to protect vegetation

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    8. Noormets, A; Sober, A; Pell, EJ; Dickson, RE; Podila, GK; Sober, J; Isebrands, JG; Karnosky, DF
      Stomatal and non-stomatal limitation to photosynthesis in two trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) clones exposed to elevated CO2 and/or O-3

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    9. Bielenberg, DG; Lynch, JR; Pell, EJ
      A decline in nitrogen availability affects plant responses to ozone

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    10. Swihart, RK; Bryant, JP
      Importance of biogeography and ontogeny of woody plants in winter herbivory by mammals

      JOURNAL OF MAMMALOGY
    11. Landolt, W; Buhlmann, U; Bleuler, P; Bucher, JB
      Ozone exposure-response relationships for biomass and root/shoot ratio of beech (Fagus sylvatica), ash (Fraxinus excelsior), Norway spruce (Picea abies) and Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris)

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    12. Gunthardt-Goerg, MS; McQuattie, CJ; Maurer, S; Frey, B
      Visible and microscopic injury in leaves of five deciduous tree species related to current critical ozone levels

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    13. Nussbaum, S; Geissmann, M; Saurer, M; Siegwolf, R; Fuhrer, J
      Ozone and low concentrations of nitric oxide have similar effects on carbon isotope discrimination and gas exchange in leaves of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Warning, HO; Hachtel, W
      Functional analysis of a nitrite reductase promoter from birch in transgenic tobacco

      PLANT SCIENCE
    15. Strater, T; Hachtel, W
      Identification of light- and nitrate-responsive regions of the nitrate reductase promoter from birch

      PLANT SCIENCE
    16. Pasonen, HL; Kapyla, M; Pulkkinen, P
      Effects of temperature and pollination site on pollen performance in Betula pendula Roth - evidence for genotype-environment interactions

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    17. Minnocci, A; Panicucci, A; Sebastiani, L; Lorenzini, G; Vitagliano, C
      Physiological and morphological responses of olive plants to ozone exposure during a growing season

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    18. Back, J; Vanderklein, DW; Topa, MA
      Effects of elevated ozone on CO2 uptake and leaf structure in sugar maple under two light environments

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    19. Matyssek, R; Innes, JL
      Ozone - A risk factor for trees and forests in Europe?

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    20. Paludan-Muller, G; Saxe, H; Leverenz, JW
      Responses to ozone in 12 provenances of European beech (Fagus sylvatica): genotypic variation and chamber effects on photosynthesis and dry-matter partitioning

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    21. Pasonen, HL; Pulkkinen, P; Kapyla, M; Blom, A
      Pollen-tube growth rate and seed-siring success among Betula pendula clones

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    22. KURCZYNSKA EU; BASTRUPBIRK A; MORTENSEN L
      INFLUENCE OF OZONE AND SOIL-NITROGEN CONTENT ON THE STEM ANATOMY OF NORWAY SPRUCE SAPLINGS GROWN IN OPEN-TOP CHAMBERS

      Environmental and experimental botany
    23. ANTTONEN S; KITTILA M; KARENLAMPI L
      IMPACTS OF OZONE ON ALEPPO PINE NEEDLES - VISIBLE SYMPTOMS, STARCH CONCENTRATIONS AND STOMATAL RESPONSES

      Chemosphere
    24. SKARBY L; ROPOULSEN H; WELLBURN FAM; SHEPPARD LJ
      IMPACTS OF OZONE ON FORESTS - A EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE

      New phytologist
    25. BUSSOTTI F; GRAVANO E; GROSSONI P; TANI C
      OCCURRENCE OF TANNINS IN LEAVES OF BEECH TREES (FAGUS-SYLVATICA) ALONG AN ECOLOGICAL GRADIENT, DETECTED BY HISTOCHEMICAL AND ULTRASTRUCTURAL ANALYSES

      New phytologist
    26. PASONEN HL; KAPYLA M
      POLLEN-POLLEN INTERACTIONS IN BETULA-PENDULA IN-VITRO

      New phytologist
    27. PAAKKONEN E; SEPPANEN S; HOLOPAINEN T; KOKKO H; KARENLAMPI S; KARENLAMPI L; KANGASJARVI J
      INDUCTION OF GENES FOR THE STRESS PROTEINS PR-10 AND PAL IN RELATION TO GROWTH, VISIBLE INJURIES AND STOMATAL CONDUCTANCE IN BIRCH (BETULA-PENDULA) CLONES EXPOSED TO OZONE AND OR DROUGHT/

      New phytologist
    28. GUNTHARDTGOERG MS; MCQUATTIE CJ; SCHEIDEGGER C; RHINER C; MATYSSEK R
      OZONE-INDUCED CYTOCHEMICAL AND ULTRASTRUCTURAL-CHANGES IN LEAF MESOPHYLL CELL-WALLS

      Canadian journal of forest research
    29. EINIG W; LAUXMANN U; HAUCH B; HAMPP R; LANDOLT W; MAURER S; MATYSSEK R
      OZONE-INDUCED ACCUMULATION OF CARBOHYDRATES CHANGES ENZYME-ACTIVITIESOF CARBOHYDRATE-METABOLISM IN BIRCH LEAVES

      New phytologist
    30. BUSSOTTI F; GROSSONI P; BOTTACCI A
      SCLEROPHYLLY IN BEECH (FAGUS-SYLVATICA L) TREES - ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH CROWN TRANSPARENCY, NUTRITIONAL-STATUS AND SUMMER DROUGHT

      Forestry
    31. BUYSSE J; VANDENBROECK H; MERCKX R
      THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT LEVELS OF N LIMITATION ON SUGARS, AMINO-ACIDS, GROWTH AND BIOMASS PARTITIONING IN BROADBEAN (VICIA-FABA L)

      Annals of botany
    32. RENNENBERG H; HERSCHBACH C; POLLE A
      CONSEQUENCES OF AIR-POLLUTION ON SHOOT-ROOT INTERACTIONS

      Journal of plant physiology
    33. GUNTHARDTGOERG MS; SCHMUTZ P; MATYSSEK R; BUCHER JB
      LEAF AND STEM STRUCTURE OF POPLAR (POPULUS X EURAMERICANA) AS INFLUENCED BY O-3, NO2, THEIR COMBINATION, AND DIFFERENT SOIL N SUPPLIES

      Canadian journal of forest research
    34. BRUN A; CHALOT M; FINLAY RD; SODERSTROM B
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PAXILLUS-INVOLUTUS (BATSCH) FR AND BETULA-PENDULA ROTH .1. DYNAMICS OF MYCORRHIZA FORMATION

      New phytologist
    35. HANSSON L
      BARK CONSUMPTION BY VOLES IN RELATION TO GEOGRAPHICAL ORIGIN OF TREE SPECIES

      Scandinavian journal of forest research
    36. BRYANT JP; SWIHART RK; REICHARDT PB; NEWTON L
      BIOGEOGRAPHY OF WOODY PLANT-CHEMICAL DEFENSE AGAINST SNOWSHOE HARE BROWSING - COMPARISON OF ALASKA AND EASTERN NORTH-AMERICA

      Oikos
    37. LAVOLA A; JULKUNENTIITTO R; PAAKKONEN E
      DOES OZONE STRESS CHANGE THE PRIMARY OR SECONDARY METABOLITES OF BIRCH (BETULA-PENDULA ROTH)

      New phytologist
    38. IASON GR; HARTLEY SE; DUNCAN AJ
      CHEMICAL-COMPOSITION OF CALLUNA-VULGARIS (ERICACEAE) - DO RESPONSES TO FERTILIZER VARY WITH PHENOLOGICAL STAGE

      Biochemical systematics and ecology


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