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    1. Misson, L; Ponette, Q; Andre, F
      Regional scale effects of base cation fertilization on Norway spruce and European beech stands situated on acid brown soils: soil and foliar chemistry

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    2. Aranda, I; Bergasa, LF; Gil, L; Pardos, JA
      Effects of relative irradiance on the leaf structure of Fagus sylvatica L.seedlings planted in the understory of a Pinus sylvestris L. stand after thinning

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    3. Vande Walle, I; Mussche, S; Samson, R; Lust, N; Lemeur, R
      The above- and belowground carbon pools of two mixed deciduous forest stands located in East-Flanders (Belgium)

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    4. Penninckx, V; Glineur, S; Gruber, W; Herbauts, J; Meerts, P
      Radial variations in wood mineral element concentrations: a comparison of beech and pedunculate oak from the Belgian Ardennes

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    5. Pouderoux, S; Deleuze, C; Dhote, JF
      Analysis of crown efficiency in a Common Beech thinning trial using a process-based model.

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    6. Collet, C; Lanter, O; Pardos, M
      Effects of canopy opening on height and diameter growth in naturally regenerated beech seedlings

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    7. Le Goff, N; Ottorini, JM
      Root biomass and biomass increment in a beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) stand in North-East France

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    8. Patzel, N; Ponge, JF
      The heterogeneity of humus components in a virgin beech forest

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOIL BIOLOGY
    9. Saurer, M; Siegwolf, R; Scheidegger, Y
      Canopy gradients in delta O-18 of organic matter as ecophysiological tool

      ISOTOPES IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND HEALTH STUDIES
    10. Seregin, IV; Ivanov, VB
      Physiological aspects of cadmium and lead toxic effects on higher plants

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    11. Heuertz, M; Hausman, JF; Tsvetkov, I; Frascaria-Lacoste, N; Vekemans, X
      Assessment of genetic structure within and among Bulgarian populations of the common ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.)

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    12. Heilmann-Clausen, J
      A gradient analysis of communities of macrofungi and slime moulds on decaying beech logs

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    13. Mattanovich, J; Ehrenhofer, M; Schafellner, C; Tausz, M; Fuhrer, E
      The role of sulphur compounds for breeding success of Ips typographus L. (Col., Scolytidae) on Norway Spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karst.)

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ENTOMOLOGY-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ANGEWANDTE ENTOMOLOGIE
    14. Aranda, I; Gil, L; Pardos, JA
      Effects of thinning in a Pinus sylvestris L. stand on foliar water relations of Fagus sylvatica L. seedlings, planted within the pinewood

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    15. Laurans, F; Pepin, R; Gay, G
      Fungal auxin overproduction affects the anatomy of Hebeloma cylindrosporum-Pinus pinaster ectomycorrhizas

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    16. Dyckmans, J; Flessa, H
      Influence of tree internal N status on uptake and translocation of C and Nin beech: a dual C-13 and N-15 labeling approach

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    17. Turnau, K; Berger, A; Loewe, A; Enig, W; Hampp, R; Chalot, M; Dizengremel, P; Kottke, I
      Carbon dioxide concentration and nitrogen input affect the C and N storagepools in Amanita muscaria-Picea abies mycorrhizae

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    18. Epron, D; Le Dantec, V; Dufrene, E; Granier, A
      Seasonal dynamics of soil carbon dioxide efflux and simulated rhizosphere respiration in a beech forest

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    19. Zeller, B; Colin-Belgrand, M; Dambrine, E; Martin, F
      Fate of nitrogen released from N-15-labeled litter in European beech forests

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    20. Farque, L; Sinoquet, H; Colin, F
      Canopy structure and light interception in Quercus petraea seedlings in relation to light regime and plant density

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    21. Hanewinkel, M
      Economic aspects of the transformation from even-aged pure stands of Norway spruce to uneven-aged mixed stands of Norway spruce and beech

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    22. Kavvadias, VA; Alifragis, D; Tsiontsis, A; Brofas, G; Stamatelos, G
      Litterfall, litter accumulation and litter decomposition rates in four forest ecosystems in northern Greece

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    23. Amorini, E; Manetti, MC; Turchetti, T; Sansotta, A; Villani, F
      Impact of silvicultural system on Cryphonectria parasitica incidence and on genetic variability in a chestnut coppice in Central Italy

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    24. Szwagrzyk, J; Szewczyk, J; Bodziarczyk, J
      Dynamics of seedling banks in beech forest: results of a 10-year study on germination, growth and survival

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    25. Nicolini, E; Chanson, B; Bonne, F
      Stem growth and epicormic branch formation in understorey beech trees (Fagus sylvatica L.)

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    26. Kolb, TE; Matyssek, R
      Limitations and perspectives about scaling ozone impacts in trees

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    27. Longauer, R; Gomory, D; Paule, L; Karnosky, DF; Mankovska, B; Muller-Starck, G; Percy, K; Szaro, R
      Selection effects of air pollution on gene pools of Norway spruce, European silver fir and European beech

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    28. Oksanen, E; Sober, J; Karnosky, DF
      Impacts of elevated CO2 and/or O-3 on leaf ultrastructure of aspen (Populus tremuloides) and birch (Betula papyrifera) in the Aspen FACE experiment

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    29. Wustman, BA; Oksanen, E; Karnosky, DF; Noormets, A; Isebrands, JG; Pregitzer, KS; Hendrey, GR; Sober, J; Podila, GK
      Effects of elevated CO2 and O-3 on aspen clones varying in O-3 sensitivity: can CO2 ameliorate the harmful effects of O-3?

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    30. Rout, GR; Samantaray, S; Das, P
      Aluminium toxicity in plants: a review

      AGRONOMIE
    31. Graham, CJ
      The influence of nitrogen source and aluminum on growth and elemental composition of nemaguard peach seedlings

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION
    32. Kostner, B
      Evaporation and transpiration from forests in Central Europe relevance of patch-level studies for spatial scaling

      METEOROLOGY AND ATMOSPHERIC PHYSICS
    33. Solinger, S; Kalbitz, K; Matzner, E
      Controls on the dynamics of dissolved organic carbon and nitrogen in a Central European deciduous forest

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    34. Alonso, R; Elvira, S; Castillo, FJ; Gimeno, BS
      Interactive effects of ozone and drought stress on pigments and activitiesof antioxidative enzymes in Pinus halepensis

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    35. Topa, MA; Vanderklein, DW; Corbin, A
      Effects of elevated ozone and low light on diurnal and seasonal carbon gain in sugar maple

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    36. Warren, CR; Adams, MA
      Distribution of N, Rubisco and photosynthesis in Pinus pinaster and acclimation to light

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    37. Le Roux, X; Bariac, T; Sinoquet, H; Genty, B; Piel, C; Mariotti, A; Girardin, C; Richard, P
      Spatial distribution of leaf water-use efficiency and carbon isotope discrimination within an isolated tree crown

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    38. Mendes, MM; Gazarini, LC; Rodrigues, ML
      Acclimation of Myrtus communis to contrasting Mediterranean light environments - effects on structure and chemical composition of foliage and plant water relations

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    39. Oksanen, E; Rousi, M
      Differences of Betula origins in ozone sensitivity based on open-field experiment over two growing seasons

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    40. Chen, Z; Kolb, TE; Clancy, KM; Hipkins, VD; DeWald, LE
      Allozyme variation in interior Douglas-fir: association with growth and resistance to western spruce budworm herbivory

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    41. Fioretto, A; Papa, S; Sorrentino, G; Fuggi, A
      Decomposition of Cistus incanus leaf litter in a Mediterranean maquis ecosystem: mass loss, microbial enzyme activities and nutrient changes

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    42. Lorenzo, O; Rodriguez, D; Nicolas, G; Rodriguez, PL; Nicolas, C
      A new protein phosphatase 2C (FsPP2C1) induced by abscisic acid is specifically expressed in dormant beechnut seeds

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    43. Schreuder, MDJ; van Hove, LWA; Brewer, CA
      Ozone exposure affects leaf wettability and tree water balance

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    44. Fotelli, MN; Gessler, A; Peuke, AD; Rennenberg, H
      Drought affects the competitive interactions between Fagus sylvatica seedlings and an early successional species, Rubus fruticosus: responses of growth, water status and delta C-13 composition

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    45. Emmerton, KS; Callaghan, TV; Jones, HE; Leake, JR; Michelsen, A; Read, DJ
      Assimilation and isotopic fractionation of nitrogen by mycorrhizal fungi

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    46. Gessler, A; Schrempp, S; Matzarakis, A; Mayer, H; Rennenberg, H; Adams, MA
      Radiation modifies the effect of water availability on the carbon isotope composition of beach (Fagus sylvatica)

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    47. Herschbach, C; Rennenberg, H
      Sulfur nutrition of deciduous trees

      NATURWISSENSCHAFTEN
    48. Riederer, M; Schreiber, L
      Protecting against water loss: analysis of the barrier properties of plantcuticles

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    49. Marchelli, P; Gallo, LA
      Genetic diversity and differentiation in a southern beech subjected to introgressive hybridization

      HEREDITY
    50. Comps, B; Gomory, D; Letouzey, J; Thiebaut, B; Petit, RJ
      Diverging trends between heterozygosity and allelic richness during postglacial colonization in the European beech

      GENETICS
    51. Heinze, M; Tomczyk, S; Nicke, A
      Comparison of beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) in so-called Green Eyes with neighbouring spruce stands (Picea abies [L.] KARST.) in the Thuringian Vogtlandcountry concerning soil quality, tree root density and tree growth

      FORSTWISSENSCHAFTLICHES CENTRALBLATT
    52. Knoke, T; Wenderoth, SS
      An Approach to predict probability and extent of red coloured heartwood inbeech (Fagus sylvatica L.)

      FORSTWISSENSCHAFTLICHES CENTRALBLATT
    53. Polle, A; Peltzer, D; Schwanz, P
      Resistance against oxidative stress in leaves of young beech trees grown in model ecosystems with different soil qualities, elevated CO2, and lachnidinfestation

      FORSTWISSENSCHAFTLICHES CENTRALBLATT
    54. Vander Wall, SB
      The evolutionary ecology of nut dispersal

      BOTANICAL REVIEW
    55. Hosius, B; Leinemann, L; Bergmann, F; Maurer, W; Tabel, U; Eder, W
      Species diversity and genetic diversity - Is there any relationship?

      ALLGEMEINE FORST UND JAGDZEITUNG
    56. Gruber, F
      Top growth of adult beech trees (Fagus sylvatica (L.) on a limestone stand(Gottingen/Sodderich) in dependance upon climate factors. II. Control of the increment by weather factors

      ALLGEMEINE FORST UND JAGDZEITUNG
    57. Gruber, F
      Top growth of adult beech trees (Fagus sylvatica (L.) on a limestone stand(Gottingen/Sodderich) in dependance upon climate factors. I. Basic increment patterns

      ALLGEMEINE FORST UND JAGDZEITUNG
    58. Sahashi, N; Miyasawa, Y; Kubono, T; Ito, S
      Colonization of beech leaves by two endophytic fungi in northern Japan

      FOREST PATHOLOGY
    59. Heilmeier, H; Baronius, K; Kuhn, AJ; Opfermann, M; Nebe, W
      Influence of simulated sulphur and nitrogen depositions on biomass and nutrient relationships of mountain ash, European beech and Norway spruce in a pot experiment with two soil substrates from the Ore Mountains

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION AND SOIL SCIENCE-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PFLANZENERNAHRUNG UND BODENKUNDE
    60. Dyckmans, J; Flessa, H; Polle, A; Beese, F
      The effect of elevated [CO2] on uptake and allocation of C-13 and N-15 in beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) during leafing

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    61. Chuine, I; Cambon, G; Comtois, P
      Scaling phenology from the local to the regional level: advances from species-specific phenological models

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    62. Ridolfi, M; Garrec, JP
      Consequences of an excess Al and a deficiency in Ca and Mg for stomatal functioning and net carbon assimilation of beech leaves

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    63. Lebaube, S; Le Goff, N; Ottorini, JM; Granier, A
      Carbon balance and tree growth in a Fagus sylvatica stand

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    64. Benson, EE
      In vitro plant recalcitrance: An introduction

      IN VITRO CELLULAR & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY-PLANT
    65. Dyckmans, J; Flessa, H; Shangguan, Z; Beese, F
      A dual C-13 and N-15 long term labelling technique to investigate uptake and translocation of C and N in beech (Fagus sylvatica L.)

      ISOTOPES IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND HEALTH STUDIES
    66. Garello, G; Barthe, P; Bonelli, M; Bianco-Trinchant, J; Bianco, J; Le Page-Degivry, MT
      Abscisic acid-regulated responses of dormant and non-dormant embryos of Helianthus annuus: Role of ABA-inducible proteins

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    67. Sander, T; Konig, S; Rothe, GM; Janssen, A; Weisgerber, H
      Genetic variation of European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) along an altitudinal transect at mount Vogelsberg in Hesse, Germany

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    68. Raspe, O; Saumitou-Laprade, P; Cuguen, J; Jacquemart, AL
      Chloroplast DNA haplotype variation and population differentiation in Sorbus aucuparia L. (Rosaceae : Maloideae)

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    69. Honig, K; Riefler, M; Kottke, I
      Survey of Paxillus involutus (Batsch) Fr. inoculum and fruitbodies in a nursery by IGS-RFLPs and IGS sequences

      MYCORRHIZA
    70. Utriainen, J; Janhunen, S; Helmisaari, HS; Holopainen, T
      Biomass allocation, needle structural characteristics and nutrient composition in Scots pine seedlings exposed to elevated CO2 and O-3 concentrations

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    71. Bussotti, F; Borghini, F; Celesti, C; Leonzio, C; Bruschi, P
      Leaf morphology and macronutrients in broadleaved trees in central Italy

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    72. Aranda, I; Gil, L; Pardos, JA
      Water relations and gas exchange in Fagus sylvatica L. and Quercus petraea(Mattuschka) Liebl. in a mixed stand at their southern limit of distribution in Europe

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    73. Taylor, JH; Peterson, CA
      Morphometric analysis of Pinus banksiana Lamb. root anatomy during a 3-month field study

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    74. Makela, A; Sievanen, R; Lindner, M; Lasch, P
      Application of volume growth and survival graphs in the evaluation of fourprocess-based forest growth models

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    75. Welander, NT; Ottosson, B
      The influence of low light, drought and fertilization on transpiration andgrowth in young seedlings of Quercus robur L.

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    76. Emborg, J; Christensen, M; Helimann-Clausen, J
      The structural dynamics of Suserup Skov, a near-natural temperate deciduous forest in Denmark

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    77. Neitzke, M; Therburg, A
      Changes in the concentration of ultraviolet-B radiation absorbing compounds in leaves of beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) along an elevational gradient

      FLORA
    78. Pott, R
      Palaeoclimate and vegetation - long-term vegetation dynamics in central Europe with particular reference to beech

      PHYTOCOENOLOGIA
    79. de Fay, E; Vacher, V; Humbert, F
      Water-related phenomena in winter buds and twigs of Picea abies L. (Karst.) until bud-burst: A biological, histological and NMR study

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    80. Wirtz, KW
      Simulating the dynamics of leaf physiology and morphology with an extendedoptimality approach

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    81. Lichtenthaler, HK; Babani, F; Langsdorf, G; Buschmann, C
      Measurement of differences in red chlorophyll fluorescence and photosynthetic activity between sun and shade leaves by fluorescence imaging

      PHOTOSYNTHETICA
    82. Clark, AJ; Landolt, W; Bucher, JB; Strasser, RJ
      How wind affects the photosynthetic performance of trees: quantified with chlorophyll a fluorescence and open-top chambers

      PHOTOSYNTHETICA
    83. Jonsson, AM
      Soil properties affecting the frost sensitivity of beech bark in southern Sweden

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH
    84. Granier, A; Ceschia, E; Damesin, C; Dufrene, E; Epron, D; Gross, P; Lebaube, S; Le Dantec, V; Le Goff, N; Lemoine, D; Lucot, E; Ottorini, JM; Pontailler, JY; Saugier, B
      The carbon balance of a young Beech forest

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    85. Emberson, LD; Ashmore, MR; Cambridge, HM; Simpson, D; Tuovinen, JP
      Modelling stomatal ozone flux across Europe

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    86. Baumgarten, M; Werner, H; Haberle, KH; Emberson, LD; Fabian, P; Matyssek, R
      Seasonal ozone response of mature beech trees (Fagus sylvatica) at high altitude in the Bavarian forest (Germany) in comparison with young beech grown in the field and in phytotrons

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    87. 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
    88. Bortier, K; De Temmerman, L; Ceulemans, R
      Effects of ozone exposure in open-top chambers on poplar (Populus nigra) and beech (Fagus sylvatica): a comparison

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    89. Granier, A; Biron, P; Lemoine, D
      Water balance, transpiration and canopy conductance in two beech stands

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
    90. Cuenca, B; Vieitez, AM
      Influence of carbon source on shoot multiplication and adventitious bud regeneration in in vitro beech cultures

      PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    91. Cuenca, B; Ballester, A; Vieitez, AM
      In vitro adventitious bud regeneration from internode segments of beech

      PLANT CELL TISSUE AND ORGAN CULTURE
    92. Laakso, K; Sullivan, JH; Huttunen, S
      The effects of UV-B radiation on epidermal anatomy in loblolly pine (Pinustaeda L.) and Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.)

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    93. Schafer, KVR; Oren, R; Tenhunen, JD
      The effect of tree height on crown level stomatal conductance

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    94. Gessler, A; Rennenberg, H
      The effect of liming on the soluble nitrogen pool in Norway spruce (Picea abies) exposed to high loads of nitrogen

      PHYTON-ANNALES REI BOTANICAE
    95. Klap, JM; Voshaar, JHO; De Vries, W; Erisman, JW
      Effects of environmental stress on forest crown condition in Europe. Part IV: Statistical analysis of relationships

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    96. Fioretto, A; Papa, S; Curcio, E; Sorrentino, G; Fuggi, A
      Enzyme dynamics on decomposing leaf litter of Cistus incanus and Myrtus communis in a Mediterranean ecosystem

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    97. Marchelli, P; Gallo, LA
      Genetic analysis of isozyme variants in open pollinated families of southern beech Nothofagus nervosa (PHIL.) DIM. et MIL.

      SILVAE GENETICA
    98. Herschbach, C; van der Zalm, E; Schneider, A; Jouanin, L; De Kok, LJ; Rennenberg, H
      Regulation of sulfur nutrition in wild-type and transgenic poplar over-expressing gamma-glutamylcysteine synthetase in the cytosol as affected by atmospheric H2S

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    99. Poszwa, A; Dambrine, E; Pollier, B; Atteia, O
      A comparison between Ca and Sr cycling in forest ecosystems

      PLANT AND SOIL
    100. Cotrufo, MF; Ineson, P
      Does elevated atmospheric CO2 concentrations affect wood decomposition?

      PLANT AND SOIL


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