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    1. Liebig, M; Scarano, FR; de Mattos, EA; Zaluar, HLT; Luttge, U
      Ecophysiological and floristic implications of sex expression in the dioecious neotropical CAM tree Clusia hilariana Schltdl.

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    2. De Mattos, EA; Luttge, U
      Chlorophyll fluorescence and organic acid oscillations during transition from CAM to C-3-photosynthesis in Clusia minor L. (Clusiaceae)

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    3. Goncalves-Alvim, SD
      Resin-collecting bees (Apidae) on Clusia palmicida (Clusiaceae) in a riparian forest in Brazil

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    4. Cuesta-Rubio, O; Padron, A; Castro, HV; Pizza, C; Rastrelli, L
      Aristophenones A and B. A new tautomeric pair of polyisoprenylated benzophenones from Garcinia aristata

      JOURNAL OF NATURAL PRODUCTS
    5. Winkelmann, K; Heilmann, J; Zerbe, O; Rali, T; Sticher, O
      New prenylated bi- and tricyclic phloroglucinol derivatives from Hypericumpapuanum

      JOURNAL OF NATURAL PRODUCTS
    6. Ivlev, AA
      Carbon isotope effects (C-13/C-12) in biological systems

      SEPARATION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    7. Cuesta-Rubio, O; Velez-Castro, H; Frontana-Uribe, BA; Cardenas, J
      Nemorosone, the major constituent of floral resins of Clusia rosea

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    8. Nogueira, PCD; Bittrich, V; Shepherd, GJ; Lopes, AV; Marsaioli, AJ
      The ecological and taxonomic importance of flower volatiles of Clusia species (Guttiferae)

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    9. Zotz, G; Hietz, P
      The physiological ecology of vascular epiphytes: current knowledge, open questions

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    10. Nimmo, HG
      The regulation of phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase in CAM plants

      TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCE
    11. Gustafsson, MHG
      Floral morphology and relationships of Clusia gundlachii with a discussionof floral organ identity and diversity in the genus Clusia

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    12. Luttge, U
      Light-stress and crassulacean acid metabolism

      PHYTON-ANNALES REI BOTANICAE
    13. Grossman, RB; Jacobs, H
      On the structures of plukenetiones B, D, and E and their relationships to other polycyclic polyprenylated acylphloroglucinols

      TETRAHEDRON LETTERS
    14. Porto, ALM; Machado, SMF; de Oliveira, CMA; Bittrich, V; Amaral, MDE; Marsaioli, AJ
      Polyisoprenylated benzophenones from Clusia floral resins

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    15. Lokvam, J; Braddock, JF; Reichardt, PB; Clausen, TP
      Two polyisoprenylated benzophenones from the trunk latex of Clusia grandiflora (Clusiaceae)

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    16. Lu, LH; Sim, KY
      Cytotoxic polyprenylated benzoylphloroglucinol derivatives with an unusualadamantyl skeleton from Hypericum sampsonii (Guttiferae)

      ORGANIC LETTERS
    17. Herzog, B; Hubner, C; Ball, E; Bastos, RD; Franco, AC; Scarano, FR; Luttge, U
      Comparative study of the C-3/CAM intermediate species Clusia parviflora Saldanha et Engl. and the obligate CAM species Clusia hilariana Schlecht. growing sympatrically exposed and shaded in the coastal Restinga of Brazil

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    18. Herzog, B; Hoffmann, S; Hartung, W; Luttge, U
      Comparison of photosynthetic responses of the sympatric tropical C-3 species Clusia multiflora H. B. K. and the C-3-CAM intermediate species Clusia minor L. to irradiance and drought stress in a phytotron

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    19. Herzog, B; Grams, TEE; Haag-Kerwer, A; Ball, E; Franco, AC; Luttge, U
      Expression of modes of photosynthesis (C-3, CAM) in Clusia criuva Camb. ina cerrado gallery forest transect

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    20. Luttge, U
      One morphotype, three physiotypes: Sympatric species of Clusia with obligate C-3 photosynthesis, obligate CAM and C-3-CAM intermediate behaviour

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    21. Chedier, LM; de Paiva, SR; da Costa, JLM; Figueiredo, MR; Kaplan, MAC
      Comparative methodology for isolation of flavonoid glycosides from Clusia criuva Cambess

      HRC-JOURNAL OF HIGH RESOLUTION CHROMATOGRAPHY
    22. Olivares, E; Aguiar, G
      Total and water-soluble calcium in six species of Clusiaceae

      FLORA
    23. Patino, S; Gilbert, GS; Zotz, G; Tyree, MT
      Growth and survival of aerial roots of hemiepiphytes in a lower montane tropical moist forest in Panama

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    24. Rubio, OC; Cuellar, AC; Rojas, N; Castro, HV; Rastrelli, L; Aquino, R
      A polyisoprenylated benzophenone from Cuban propolis

      JOURNAL OF NATURAL PRODUCTS
    25. Fuller, RW; Westergaard, CK; Collins, JW; Cardellina, JH; Boyd, MR
      Vismiaphenones D-G, new prenylated benzophenones from Vismia cayennensis

      JOURNAL OF NATURAL PRODUCTS
    26. Fuller, RW; Blunt, JW; Boswell, JL; Cardellina, JH; Boyd, MR
      Guttiferone F, the first prenylated benzophenone from Allanblackia stuhlmannii

      JOURNAL OF NATURAL PRODUCTS
    27. Maxwell, K; Borland, AM; Haslam, RP; Helliker, BR; Roberts, A; Griffiths, H
      Modulation of Rubisco activity during the diurnal phases of the Crassulacean acid metabolism plant Kalanchoe daigremontiana

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    28. de Oliveira, CMA; Porto, ALM; Bittrich, V; Marsaioli, AJ
      Two polyisoprenylated benzophenones from the floral resins of three Clusiaspecies

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    29. Lokvam, J; Braddock, JF
      Anti-bacterial function in the sexually dimorphic pollinator rewards of Clusia grandiflora (Clusiaceae)

      OECOLOGIA
    30. de Mattos, EA; Herzog, B; Luttge, U
      Chlorophyll fluorescence during CAM-phases in Clusia minor L. under drought stress

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    31. Lopes, AV; Machado, IC
      Floral biology and reproductive ecology of Clusia nemorosa (Clusiaceae) innortheastern Brazil

      PLANT SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTION
    32. HERPPICH WB; HERPPICH M; VONWILLERT DJ
      ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS ON PLANTS OF THE GENUS PLECTRANTHUS (LAMIACEAE) - INFLUENCE OF ENVIRONMENT AND LEAF AGE ON CAM, GAS-EXCHANGE AND LEAF WATER RELATIONS IN PLECTRANTHUS MARRUBIOIDES BENTH

      Flora
    33. CHACON N; AGUIAR G; OLIVARES E
      MANGANESE TOLERANCE IN CLUSIA-MULTIFLORA (HBK)

      Journal of plant physiology
    34. GRAMS TEE; HERZOG B; LUTTGE U
      ARE THERE SPECIES IN THE GENUS CLUSIA WITH OBLIGATE C-3-PHOTOSYNTHESIS

      Journal of plant physiology
    35. Santos, MH; Speziali, NL; Nagem, TJ; Oliveira, TT
      Epiclusianone: a new natural product derivative of bicyclo[3.3.1]nonane-2,4,9-trione

      ACTA CRYSTALLOGRAPHICA SECTION C-CRYSTAL STRUCTURE COMMUNICATIONS
    36. Garcia-Gonzalez, M; Matamoros, OM
      Vasoperiferic extract of Clusia coclensis (Clusiaceae) leaf aqueous extract

      REVISTA DE BIOLOGIA TROPICAL
    37. BORLAND AM; TECSI LI; LEEGOOD RC; WALKER RP
      INDUCIBILITY OF CRASSULACEAN ACID METABOLISM (CAM) IN CLUSIA SPECIES - PHYSIOLOGICAL BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION AND INTERCELLULAR LOCALIZATION OF CARBOXYLATION AND DECARBOXYLATION PROCESSES IN 3 SPECIES WHICH EXHIBIT DIFFERENT DEGREES OF CAM/

      Planta
    38. DEANDRADE NR; ALMEIDA EX; CONSERVA LM
      ALKYL CHROMONE AND OTHER COMPOUNDS FROM CLUSIA-NEMOROSA

      Phytochemistry
    39. Ishiguro, K; Chaudhuri, SK; Kuro, I
      A xanthone from Clusia insignis

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    40. ROBERTS A; BORLAND AM; MAXWELL K; GRIFFITHS H
      ECOPHYSIOLOGY OF THE C-3-CAM INTERMEDIATE CLUSIA MINOR L. IN TRINIDAD- SEASONAL AND SHORT-TERM PHOTOSYNTHETIC CHARACTERISTICS OF SUN AND SHADE LEAVES

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    41. KLUGE M; VINSON B; ZIEGLER H
      ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES ON ORCHIDS OF MADAGASCAR - INCIDENCE AND PLASTICITY OF CRASSULACEAN ACID METABOLISM IN SPECIES OF THE GENUS ANGRAECUM BORY

      Plant ecology
    42. REINERT F; ROBERTS A; WILSON JM; DERIBAS L; CARDINOT G; GRIFFITH H
      GRADATION IN NUTRIENT COMPOSITION AND PHOTOSYNTHETIC PATHWAYS ACROSS THE RESTINGA VEGETATION OF BRAZIL

      Botanica acta
    43. OLIVARES E
      PROLONGED LEAF SENESCENCE IN CLUSIA-MULTIFLORA HBK

      Trees
    44. GRAMS TEE; HAAGKERWER A; OLIVARES E; BALL E; ARNDT S; POPP M; MEDINA E; LUTTGE U
      COMPARATIVE MEASUREMENTS OF CHLOROPHYLL-A FLUORESCENCE, ACID ACCUMULATION AND GAS-EXCHANGE IN EXPOSED AND SHADED PLANTS OF CLUSIA-MINOR L AND CLUSIA-MULTIFLORA HBK IN THE FIELD

      Trees
    45. ZOTZ G; PATINO S; TYREE MT
      CO2 GAS-EXCHANGE AND THE OCCURRENCE OF CAM IN TROPICAL WOODY HEMIEPIPHYTES

      Flora
    46. HERPPICH WB; PECKMANN K
      RESPONSES OF GAS-EXCHANGE, PHOTOSYNTHESIS, NOCTURNAL ACID ACCUMULATION AND WATER RELATIONS OF APTENIA-CORDIFOLIA TO SHORT-TERM DROUGHT AND REWATERING

      Journal of plant physiology
    47. GONZALEZ MG; MATAMOROS OM
      WATER CLUSIA-COCLENSIS (CLUSIACEAE) LEAF EXTRACT EFFECT ON RAT BARORECEPTOR REFLEX RESPONSE

      Revista de biologia tropical
    48. BORLAND AM; GRIFFITHS H
      A COMPARATIVE-STUDY ON THE REGULATION OF C-3 AND C-4 CARBOXYLATION PROCESSES IN THE CONSTITUTIVE CRASSULACEAN ACID METABOLISM (CAM) PLANT KALANCHOE-DAIGREMONTIANA AND THE C-3-CAM INTERMEDIATE CLUSIA MINOR

      Planta
    49. ROBERTS A; BORLAND AM; GRIFFITHS H
      DISCRIMINATION PROCESSES AND SHIFTS IN CARBOXYLATION DURING THE PHASES OF CRASSULACEAN-ACID-METABOLISM

      Plant physiology
    50. ZOTZ G; PATINO S; TYREE MT
      WATER RELATIONS AND HYDRAULIC ARCHITECTURE OF WOODY HEMIEPIPHYTES

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    51. DIAZ M; HAAGKERWER A; WINGFIELD R; BALL E; OLIVARES E; GRAMS TEE; ZIEGLER H; LUTTGE U
      RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN CARBON AND HYDROGEN ISOTOPE RATIOS AND NITROGENLEVELS IN LEAVES OF CLUSIA SPECIES AND 2 OTHER CLUSIACEAE GENERA AT VARIOUS SITES AND DIFFERENT ALTITUDES IN VENEZUELA

      Trees
    52. FRANCO AC; HAAGKERWER A; HERZOG B; GRAMS TEE; BALL E; DEMATTOS EA; SCARANO FR; BARRETO S; GARCIA MA; MANTOVANI A; LUTTGE U
      THE EFFECT OF LIGHT LEVELS ON DAILY PATTERNS OF CHLOROPHYLL FLUORESCENCE AND ORGANIC-ACID ACCUMULATION IN THE TROPICAL CAM-TREE CLUSIA-HILARIANA

      Trees
    53. HOLBROOK NM; PUTZ FE
      FROM EPIPHYTE TO TREE - DIFFERENCES IN LEAF STRUCTURE AND LEAF WATER RELATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH THE TRANSITION IN GROWTH FORM IN 8 SPECIES OF HEMIEPIPHYTES

      Plant, cell and environment
    54. BORLAND AM; GRIFFITHS H; MAXWELL C; FORDHAM MC; BROADMEADOW MSJ
      CAM INDUCTION IN CLUSIA-MINOR L DURING THE TRANSITION FROM WET TO DRYSEASON IN TRINIDAD - THE ROLE OF ORGANIC-ACID SPECIATION AND DECARBOXYLATION

      Plant, cell and environment
    55. GONZALEZ MG; MATAMOROS OM
      CARDIOVASCULAR EFFECTS OF LEAF WATER EXTR ACT IN CLUSIA-COCLENSIS (GUTTIFERAE)

      Revista de biologia tropical
    56. HOLBROOK NM; PUTZ FE
      WATER RELATIONS OF EPIPHYTIC AND TERRESTRIALLY ROOTED STRANGLER FIGS IN A VENEZUELAN PALM SAVANNA

      Oecologia
    57. ROBERTS S; GRIFFITHS H; BORLAND AM; REINERT F
      IS CRASSULACEAN ACID METABOLISM ACTIVITY IN SYMPATRIC SPECIES OF HEMI-EPIPHYTIC STRANGLERS SUCH AS CLUSIA RELATED TO CARBON CYCLING AS A PHOTOPROTECTIVE PROCESS

      Oecologia
    58. HAAGKERWER A; GRAMS TEE; OLIVARES E; BALL E; ARNDT S; POPP M; MEDINA E; LUTTGE U
      COMPARATIVE MEASUREMENTS OF GAS-EXCHANGE, ACID ACCUMULATION AND CHLOROPHYLL-A FLUORESCENCE OF DIFFERENT SPECIES OF CLUSIA SHOWING C-3 PHOTOSYNTHESIS, OR CRASSULACEAN ACID METABOLISM, AT THE SAME FIELD SITE IN VENEZUELA

      New phytologist
    59. OLIVARES E; AGUIAR G
      DAILY FREE SULFATE FLUCTUATIONS IN TROPICAL PLANTS WITH CRASSULACEAN ACID METABOLISM

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    60. ZOTZ G; HARRIS G; KONIGER M; WINTER K
      HIGH-RATES OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN THE TROPICAL PIONEER TREE, FICUS-INSIPIDA WILLD

      Flora
    61. PROSPERI J; EDELIN C; MICHALOUD G
      MODALITIES OF AERIAL SPACE OCCUPANCY BY H EMI-EPIPHYTES - ROLE OF SHOOT REITERATION

      Revue d'ecologie
    62. GONZALEZ JG; OLIVARES EM; DELLEMONACHE F
      CITRANS AND CYCLOLS FROM CLUSIA-MULTIFLORA

      Phytochemistry
    63. LUTTGE U; FISCHERSCHLIEBS E; RATAJCZAK R; KRAMER D; BERNDT E; KLUGE M
      FUNCTIONING OF THE TONOPLAST IN VACUOLAR C-STORAGE AND REMOBILIZATIONIN CRASSULACEAN ACID METABOLISM

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    64. MESQUITA RDG; FRANCISCON CH
      FLOWER VISITORS OF CLUSIA-NEMOROSA GFW-MEYER (CLUSIACEAE) IN AN AMAZONIAN WHITE-SAND CAMPINA

      Biotropica
    65. OLIVARES EM; GONZALEZ JG; DELLEMONACHE F
      BENZOPHENONES FROM CLUSIA-ELLIPTICIFOLIA

      Phytochemistry
    66. ZOTZ G; TYREE MT; COCHARD H
      HYDRAULIC ARCHITECTURE, WATER RELATIONS AND VULNERABILITY TO CAVITATION OF CLUSIA-UVITANA PITTIER - A C-3-CAM TROPICAL HEMIEPIPHYTE

      New phytologist
    67. ZOTZ G; WINTER K
      A ONE-YEAR STUDY ON CARBON, WATER AND NUTRIENT RELATIONSHIPS IN A TROPICAL C-3-CAM HEMI-EPIPHYTE, CLUSIA-UVITANA PITTIER

      New phytologist
    68. ZOTZ G; WINTER K
      ANNUAL CARBON BALANCE AND NITROGEN-USE EFFICIENCY IN TROPICAL C-3 ANDCAM EPIPHYTES

      New phytologist
    69. FRANCO AC; OLIVARES E; BALL E; LUTTGE U; HAAGKERWER A
      IN-SITU STUDIES OF CRASSULACEAN ACID METABOLISM IN SEVERAL SYMPATRIC SPECIES OF TROPICAL TREES OF THE GENUS CLUSIA

      New phytologist
    70. BOHM M; LOW R; HAAGKERWER A; LUTTGE U; RAUSCH T
      EVALUATION OF COMPARATIVE DNA AMPLIFICATION FINGERPRINTING FOR RAPID SPECIES IDENTIFICATION WITHIN THE GENUS CLUSIA

      Botanica acta
    71. LUTTGE U; ZIEGLER H; TING IP
      ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL COMPORTMENT OF THE TROPICAL C3 CAM-INTERMEDIATE TREECLUSIA-ROSEA IN THE FIELD AS ASSESSED BY ANALYSES OF STABLE CARBON- AND HYDROGEN-ISOTOPE RATIOS/

      Journal of plant physiology
    72. TOMASBARBERAN FA; GARCIAVIGUERA C; VITOLIVIER P; FERRERES F; TOMASLORENTE F
      PHYTOCHEMICAL EVIDENCE FOR THE BOTANICAL ORIGIN OF TROPICAL PROPOLIS FROM VENEZUELA

      Phytochemistry
    73. BORLAND AM; GRIFFITHS H; BROADMEADOW MSJ; FORDHAM MC; MAXWELL C
      SHORT-TERM CHANGES IN CARBON-ISOTOPE DISCRIMINATION IN THE C3-CAM INTERMEDIATE CLUSIA-MINOR L GROWING IN TRINIDAD

      Oecologia
    74. OLIVARES E; FAIST K; KLUGE M; LUTTGE U
      (CO2)-C-14 PULSE-CHASE LABELING IN CLUSIA-MINOR L

      Journal of Experimental Botany


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