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    1. Williams, M; Rastetter, EB; Shaver, GR; Hobbie, JE; Carpino, E; Kwiatkowski, BL
      Primary production of an arctic watershed: An uncertainty analysis

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    2. Granhus, A; Braekke, FH
      Nutrient status of Norway spruce stands subjected to different levels of overstorey removal

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    3. Whitehead, D; Gower, ST
      Photosynthesis and light-use efficiency by plants in a Canadian boreal forest ecosystem

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Beets, PN; Gilchrist, K; Jeffreys, MP
      Wood density of radiata pine: effect of nitrogen supply

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    5. Plath, K; Boersma, M
      Mineral limitation of zooplankton: Stoichiometric constraints and optimal foraging

      ECOLOGY
    6. Fernandez, M; Gil, L; Pardos, JA
      Effects of water supply on gas exchange in Pinus pinaster Ait. provenancesduring their first growing season

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    7. Rosati, A; Day, KR; DeJong, TM
      Distribution of leaf mass per unit area and leaf nitrogen concentration determine partitioning of leaf nitrogen within tree canopies

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    8. Vanderklein, DW; Reich, PB
      European larch and eastern white pine respond similarly during three yearsof partial defoliation

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    9. Hicks, WK; Leith, ID; Woodin, SJ; Fowler, D
      Can the foliar nitrogen concentration of upland vegetation be used for predicting atmospheric nitrogen deposition? Evidence from field surveys

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    10. Ishida, A; Toma, T; Mori, S; Marjenah
      Effects of foliar nitrogen and water deficit on the carbon economy of Shorea smithiana sym. seedlings

      BIOTROPICA
    11. Korol, RL; Kirschbaum, MUF; Farquhar, GD; Jeffreys, M
      Effects of water status and soil fertility on the C-isotope signature in Pinus radiata

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    12. Le Roux, X; Grand, S; Dreyer, E; Daudet, FA
      Parameterization and testing of a biochemically based photosynthesis modelfor walnut (Juglans regia) trees and seedlings

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Le Roux, X; Sinoquet, H; Vandame, M
      Spatial distribution of leaf dry weight per area and leaf nitrogen concentration in relation to local radiation regime within an isolated tree crown

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Gerson, EA; Kelsey, RG
      Piperidine alkaloids in nitrogen fertilized Pinus ponderosa

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    15. Harvey, HP; van den Driessche, R
      Poplar nutrient resorption in fall or drought: influence of nutrient status and clone

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    16. Cornelissen, JHC; Carnelli, AL; Callaghan, TV
      Generalities in the growth, allocation and leaf quality responses to elevated CO2 in eight woody species

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    17. Diemer, M
      Leaf lifespans of high-elevation, aseasonal Andean shrub species in relation to leaf traits and leaf habit

      GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY LETTERS
    18. GOODALE CL; ABER JD; FARRELL EP
      PREDICTING THE RELATIVE SENSITIVITY OF FOREST PRODUCTION IN IRELAND TO SITE QUALITY AND CLIMATE-CHANGE

      Climate research
    19. DIEMER M
      LIFE-SPAN AND DYNAMICS OF LEAVES OF HERBACEOUS PERENNIALS IN HIGH-ELEVATION ENVIRONMENTS - NEWS FROM THE ELEPHANTS LEG

      Functional ecology
    20. CHAMSHAMA SAO; MUGASHA AG; KLOVSTAD A; HAVERAAEN O; MALIONDO SMS
      GROWTH AND YIELD OF MAIZE ALLEY CROPPED WITH LEUCAENA-LEUCOCEPHALA AND FAIDHERBIA-ALBIDA IN MOROGORO, TANZANIA

      Agroforestry systems
    21. LIVINGSTON NJ; WHITEHEAD D; KELLIHER FM; WANG YP; GRACE JC; WALCROFT AS; BYERS JN; MCSEVENY TM; MILLARD P
      NITROGEN ALLOCATION AND CARBON-ISOTOPE FRACTIONATION IN RELATION TO INTERCEPTED RADIATION AND POSITION IN A YOUNG PINUS-RADIATA D. DON TREE

      Plant, cell and environment
    22. KLOEPPEL BD; GOWER ST; TREICHEL IW; KHARUK S
      FOLIAR CARBON-ISOTOPE DISCRIMINATION IN LARIX SPECIES AND SYMPATRIC EVERGREEN CONIFERS - A GLOBAL COMPARISON

      Oecologia
    23. WETZEL PR; VANDERVALK AG
      EFFECTS OF NUTRIENT AND SOIL-MOISTURE ON COMPETITION BETWEEN CAREX-STRICTA, PHALARIS-ARUNDINACEA, AND TYPHA-LATIFOLIA

      Plant ecology
    24. OLLINGER SV; ABER JD; REICH PB
      SIMULATING OZONE EFFECTS ON FOREST PRODUCTIVITY - INTERACTIONS AMONG LEAF-LEVEL, CANOPY-LEVEL, AND STAND-LEVEL PROCESSES

      Ecological applications
    25. FIFE DN; NAMBIAR EKS
      CHANGES IN THE CANOPY AND GROWTH OF PINUS-RADIATA IN RESPONSE TO NITROGEN SUPPLY

      Forest ecology and management
    26. BJORKMAN C
      A DOME-SHAPED RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HOST-PLANT ALLELOCHEMICAL CONCENTRATION AND INSECT SIZE

      Biochemical systematics and ecology
    27. LAWRENCE RK; MATTSON WJ; HAACK RA
      WHITE SPRUCE AND THE SPRUCE BUDWORM - DEFINING THE PHENOLOGICAL WINDOW OF SUSCEPTIBILITY

      Canadian Entomologist
    28. WAIT DA; JONES CG; SCHAEDLE M
      CONTROLLING GROWTH AND CHEMICAL-COMPOSITION OF SAPLINGS BY ITERATIVELY MATCHING NUTRIENT SUPPLY TO DEMAND - A BOOTSTRAP FERTILIZATION TECHNIQUE

      Tree physiology
    29. KOIKE T; LEI TT; MAXIMOV TC; TABUCHI R; TAKAHASHI K; IVANOV BI
      COMPARISON OF THE PHOTOSYNTHETIC CAPACITY OF SIBERIAN AND JAPANESE BIRCH SEEDLINGS GROWN IN ELEVATED CO2 AND TEMPERATURE

      Tree physiology
    30. MILLARD P
      ECOPHYSIOLOGY OF THE INTERNAL CYCLING OF NITROGEN FOR TREE GROWTH

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde
    31. KYTO M; NIEMELA P; LARSSON S
      INSECTS ON TREES - POPULATION AND INDIVIDUAL-RESPONSE TO FERTILIZATION

      Oikos
    32. ABER JD; REICH PB; GOULDEN ML
      EXTRAPOLATING LEAF CO2 EXCHANGE TO THE CANOPY - A GENERALIZED-MODEL OF FOREST PHOTOSYNTHESIS COMPARED WITH MEASUREMENTS BY EDDY-CORRELATION

      Oecologia
    33. LEATHER SR
      MEDIUM-TERM EFFECTS OF EARLY-SEASON DEFOLIATION ON THE COLONIZATION OF BIRD CHERRY (PRUNUS-PADUS) BY INSECT HERBIVORES

      European journal of entomology
    34. ABER JD; OLLINGER SV; FEDERER CA; REICH PB; GOULDEN ML; KICKLIGHTER DW; MELILLO JM; LATHROP RG
      PREDICTING THE EFFECTS OF CLIMATE-CHANGE ON WATER YIELD AND FOREST PRODUCTION IN THE NORTHEASTERN UNITED-STATES

      Climate research
    35. WENDLER R; CARVALHO PO; PEREIRA JS; MILLARD P
      ROLE OF NITROGEN REMOBILIZATION FROM OLD LEAVES FOR NEW LEAF GROWTH OF EUCALYPTUS-GLOBULUS SEEDLINGS

      Tree physiology
    36. HATCHER PE; PAUL ND; AYRES PG; WHITTAKER JB
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN RUMEX SPP, HERBIVORES AND A RUST FUNGUS - THE EFFECT OF UROMYCES-RUMICIS INFECTION ON LEAF NUTRITIONAL QUALITY

      Functional ecology
    37. CASTRO Y; FETCHER N; FERNANDEZ DS
      CHRONIC PHOTOINHIBITION IN SEEDLINGS OF TROPICAL TREES

      Physiologia Plantarum
    38. MATSON P; JOHNSON L; BILLOW C; MILLER J; PU RL
      SEASONAL PATTERNS AND REMOTE SPECTRAL ESTIMATION OF CANOPY CHEMISTRY ACROSS THE OREGON TRANSECT

      Ecological applications
    39. SAVOPOULOUSOULTANI M; STAVRIDIS DG; VASSILIOU A; STAFILIDIS JE; IRAKLIDIS I
      RESPONSE OF LOBESIA-BOTRANA (LEPIDOPTERA, TORTRICIDAE) TO LEVELS OF SUGAR AND PROTEIN IN ARTIFICIAL DIETS

      Journal of economic entomology
    40. STONE C; BACON PE
      RELATIONSHIPS AMONG MOISTURE STRESS, INSECT HERBIVORY, FOLIAR CINEOLECONTENT AND THE GROWTH OF RIVER RED GUM EUCALYPTUS-CAMALDULENSIS

      Journal of Applied Ecology
    41. JANSSEN JAM
      IMPACT OF THE MINERAL-COMPOSITION AND WATER-CONTENT OF EXCISED MAIZE LEAF SECTIONS ON FITNESS OF THE AFRICAN ARMYWORM, SPODOPTERA-EXEMPTA (LEPIDOPTERA, NOCTUIDAE)

      Bulletin of entomological research
    42. LIEFFERS VJ; MUGASHA AG; MACDONALD SE
      ECOPHYSIOLOGY OF SHADE NEEDLES OF PICEA-GLAUCA SAPLINGS IN RELATION TO REMOVAL OF COMPETING HARDWOODS AND DEGREE OF PRIOR SHADING

      Tree physiology


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