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    1. Le Roux, X; Lacointe, A; Escobar-Gutierrez, A; Le Dizes, S
      Carbon-based models of individual tree growth: A critical appraisal

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    2. Fieldsend, A; Morison, JIL
      Light absorption and water loss in overwintered and spring-sown evening primrose (Oenothera spp.) crops

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY
    3. Werner, C; Ryel, RJ; Correia, O; Beyschlag, W
      Structural and functional variability within the canopy and its relevance for carbon gain and stress avoidance

      ACTA OECOLOGICA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    4. Granhus, A; Braekke, FH
      Nutrient status of Norway spruce stands subjected to different levels of overstorey removal

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    5. Klein, I; Esparza, G; Weinbaum, SA; DeJong, TM
      Effects of irrigation deprivation during the harvest period on leaf persistence and function in mature almond trees

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    6. Smolander, S; Stenberg, P
      A method for estimating light interception by a conifer shoot

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    7. Stenberg, P; Palmroth, S; Bond, BJ; Sprugel, DG; Smolander, H
      Shoot structure and photosynthetic efficiency along the light gradient in a Scots pine canopy

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    8. Bernier, PY; Raulier, F; Stenberg, P; Ung, CH
      Importance of needle age and shoot structure on canopy net photosynthesis of balsam fir (Abies balsamea): a spatially inexplicit modeling analysis

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    9. Medhurst, JL; Beadle, CL
      Crown structure and leaf area index development in thinned and unthinned Eucalyptus nitens plantations

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    10. van Delden, A; Kropff, MJ; Haverkort, AJ
      Modeling temperature- and radiation-driven leaf area expansion in the contrasting crops potato and wheat

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    11. Tsubo, M; Walker, S; Mukhala, E
      Comparisons of radiation use efficiency of mono-/inter-cropping systems with different row orientations

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    12. Collino, DJ; Dardanelli, JL; Sereno, R; Racca, RW
      Physiological responses of argentine peanut varieties to water stress. Light interception, radiation use efficiency and partitioning of assimilates

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    13. Maddonni, G; Chelle, M; Drouet, JL; Andrieu, B
      Light interception of contrasting azimuth canopies under square and rectangular plant spatial distributions: simulations and crop measurements

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    14. Rodrigo, VHL; Stirling, CM; Teklehaimanot, Z; Nugawela, A
      Intercropping with banana to improve fractional interception and radiation-use efficiency of immature rubber plantations

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    15. Caviglia, OP; Sadras, VO
      Effect of nitrogen supply on crop conductance, water- and radiation-use efficiency of wheat

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    16. Lo, E; Wang, ZM; Lechowicz, M; Messier, C; Nikinmaa, E; Perttunen, J; Sievanen, R
      Adaptation of the LIGNUM model for simulations of growth and light response in Jack pine

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    17. Silbernagel, J; Moeur, M
      Modeling canopy openness and understory gap patterns based on image analysis and mapped tree data

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    18. Roberts, S; Vertessy, R; Grayson, R
      Transpiration from Eucalyptus sieberi (L. Johnson) forests of different age

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    19. Rosati, A; Badeck, FW; Dejong, TM
      Estimating canopy light interception and absorption using leaf mass per unit leaf area in Solanum melongena

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    20. Heraut-Bron, V; Robin, C; Varlet-Grancher, C; Guckert, A
      Phytochrome mediated effects on leaves of white clover: Consequences for light interception by the plant under competition for light

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    21. Cavallo, P; Poni, S; Rotundo, A
      Ecophysiology and vine performance of cv. "Aglianico" under various training systems

      SCIENTIA HORTICULTURAE
    22. Anten, NPR; Ackerly, DD
      Canopy-level photosynthetic compensation after defoliation in a tropical understorey palm

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    23. Sinoquet, H; Le Roux, X; Adam, B; Ameglio, T; Daudet, FA
      RATP: a model for simulating the spatial distribution of radiation absorption, transpiration and photosynthesis within canopies: application to an isolated tree crown

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    24. Tustin, DS; Cashmore, WM; Bensley, RB
      Pomological and physiological characteristics of Slender Pyramid central leader apple (Malus domestica) planting systems grown on intermediate vigour, semi-dwarfing, and dwarfing rootstocks

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF CROP AND HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE
    25. Mencuccini, M; Bonosi, L
      Leaf/sapwood area ratios in Scots pine show acclimation across Europe

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    26. Rohrig, M; Stutzel, H
      Dry matter production and partitioning of Chenopodium album in contrastingcompetitive environments

      WEED RESEARCH
    27. Intrieri, C; Poni, S; Lia, G; del Campo, MG
      Vine performance and leaf physiology of conventionally and minimally pruned Sangiovese grapevines

      VITIS
    28. 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
    29. Clover, GRG; Jaggard, KW; Smith, HG; Azam-Ali, SN
      The use of radiation interception and transpiration to predict the yield of healthy, droughted and virus-infected sugar beet

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE
    30. Martin, TA; Johnsen, KH; White, TL
      Ideotype development in southern pines: Rationale and strategies for overcoming scale-related obstacles

      FOREST SCIENCE
    31. Watanabe, S; Nakano, Y; Okano, K
      Comparison of light interception and field photosynthesis between vertically and horizontally trained watermelon [Citrullus lanatus (Thunb.) Matsum. et Nakai] plants

      JOURNAL OF THE JAPANESE SOCIETY FOR HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE
    32. Nakano, H; Komoto, K; Ishida, K
      Effect of planting pattern on development and growth of the branch from each node on the main stem in soybean plants

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF CROP SCIENCE
    33. Nelson, KA; Renner, KA
      Soybean growth and development as affected by glyphosate and postemergenceherbicide tank mixtures

      AGRONOMY JOURNAL
    34. Carew, JG; Gillespie, T; White, J; Wainwright, H; Brennan, R; Battey, NH
      The control of the annual growth cycle in raspberry

      JOURNAL OF HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE & BIOTECHNOLOGY
    35. Godin, C
      Representing and encoding plant architecture: A review

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    36. Sinoquet, H; Le Roux, X
      Short term interactions between tree foliage and the aerial environment: An overview of modelling approaches available for tree structure-function models

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    37. Kull, O; Tulva, I
      Modelling canopy growth and steady-state leaf area index in an aspen stand

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    38. Lane, DR; Coffin, DP; Lauenroth, WK
      Changes in grassland canopy structure across a precipitation gradient

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    39. Leverenz, JW; Whitehead, D; Stewart, GH
      Quantitative analyses of shade-shoot architecture of conifers native to New Zealand

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    40. Culpepper, AS; York, AC
      Weed management in ultra narrow row cotton (Gossypium hirsutum)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    41. Molchanov, AG
      Photosynthetic utilization efficiency of absorbed photosynthetically active radiation by Scots pine and birch forest stands in the southern Taiga

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    42. Balster, NJ; Marshall, JD
      Decreased needle longevity of fertilized Douglas-fir and grand fir in the northern Rockies

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    43. Bonhomme, R
      Beware of comparing RUE values calculated from PAR vs solar radiation or absorbed vs intercepted radiation

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    44. Bange, MP; Milroy, SP
      Timing of crop maturity in cotton - Impact of dry matter production and partitioning

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    45. Cheeroo-Nayamuth, FC; Robertson, MJ; Wegener, MK; Nayamuth, ARH
      Using a simulation model to assess potential and attainable sugar cane yield in Mauritius

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    46. Turner, DP; Acker, SA; Means, JE; Garman, SL
      Assessing alternative allometric algorithms for estimating leaf area of Douglas-fir trees and stands

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    47. Genard, M; Baret, F; Simon, D
      A 3D peach canopy model used to evaluate the effect of tree architecture and density on photosynthesis at a range of scales

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    48. Dapoigny, L; de Tourdonnet, S; Roger-Estrade, J; Jeuffroy, MH; Fleury, A
      Effect of nitrogen nutrition on growth and nitrate accumulation in lettuce(Lactuca sativa L.), under various conditions of radiation and temperature

      AGRONOMIE
    49. Mungai, DN; Stigter, CJ; Coulson, CL; Ng'ang'a, JK
      Simply obtained global radiation, soil temperature and soil moisture in analley cropping system in semi-arid Kenya

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED CLIMATOLOGY
    50. Monteith, JL
      Fundamental equations for growth in uniform stands of vegetation

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
    51. Williams, JH
      The implications and applications of resource capture concepts to crop improvement by plant breeding

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
    52. Paez, SA; Marco, DE
      Seedling habitat structure in dry Chaco forest (Argentina)

      JOURNAL OF ARID ENVIRONMENTS
    53. Jokela, EJ; Martin, TA
      Effects of ontogeny and soil nutrient supply on production, allocation, and leaf area efficiency in loblolly and slash pine stands

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    54. Crotser, MP; Witt, WW
      Effect of Glycine max canopy characteristics, G-max interference, and weed-free period on Solanum ptycanthum growth

      WEED SCIENCE
    55. Plenet, D; Mollier, A; Pellerin, S
      Growth analysis of maize field crops under phosphorus deficiency. II. Radiation-use efficiency, biomass accumulation and yield components

      PLANT AND SOIL
    56. Weerakoon, WMW; Ingram, KT; Moss, DN
      Atmospheric carbon dioxide and fertilizer nitrogen effects on radiation interception by rice

      PLANT AND SOIL
    57. Clifford, SC; Stronach, IM; Black, CR; Singleton-Jones, PR; Azam-Ali, SN; Crout, NMJ
      Effects of elevated CO2, drought and temperature on the water relations and gas exchange of groundnut (Arachis hypogaea) stands grown in controlled environment glasshouses

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    58. Hammond, RB; Higley, LG; Pedigo, LP; Bledsoe, L; Spomer, SM; DeGooyer, TA
      Simulated insect defoliation on soybean: Influence of row width

      JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY
    59. Bisht, JK; Chandra, S; Chauhan, VS; Singh, RD
      Performance of ginger (Zingiber officinale) and turmeric (Curcuma longa) with fodder tree based silvi-horti system in Hills

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
    60. Ball, RA; Purcell, LC; Vories, ED
      Optimizing soybean plant population for a short-season production system in the southern USA

      CROP SCIENCE
    61. Wunsche, JN; Palmer, JW; Greer, DH
      Effects of crop load on fruiting and gas-exchange characteristics of 'Braeburn'/M.26 apple trees at full canopy

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE
    62. Herbert, DA; Fownes, JH
      Forest productivity and efficiency of resource use across a chronosequenceof tropical montane soils

      ECOSYSTEMS
    63. Barradas, MCD; Mateos, MA; Orellana, R; Zunzunegui, M; Novo, FG
      Changes in the canopy structure of the Mediterranean shrub Lavandula stoechas after disturbance

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    64. Clark, KL; Gholz, HL; Moncrieff, JB; Cropley, F; Loescher, HW
      Environmental controls over net exchanges of carbon dioxide from contrasting Florida ecosystems

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    65. Kiniry, JR; Tischler, CR; Van Esbroeck, GA
      Radiation use efficiency and leaf CO2 exchange for diverse C-4 grasses

      BIOMASS & BIOENERGY
    66. Moreno, DM; Nunez-Farfan, J; Terrazas, T; Muiz, LD; Trinidad-Santos, A; Trejo, C; Larque-Saavedra, A
      Plastic responses to clipping in two species of Amaranthus from the SierraNorte de Puebla, Mexico

      GENETIC RESOURCES AND CROP EVOLUTION
    67. Niinemets, U; Kull, O
      Biomass investment in leaf lamina versus lamina support in relation to growth irradiance and leaf size in temperate deciduous trees

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    68. de Tourdonnet, S
      Control of quality and N pollution in greenhouse lettuce production: A modelling study

      PROCEEDING OF THE THIRD INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON MODELS FOR PLANT GROWTH AND CONTROL OF THE SHOOT AND ROOT ENVIRONMENTS IN GREENHOUSES
    69. Lakso, AN; Dunst, RM
      Responses to drought of balance-pruned and minimally-pruned 'Concord' grapevines

      FIRST ISHS WORKSHOP ON WATER RELATIONS OF GRAPEVINES, PROCEEDINGS
    70. Calvino, PA; Sadras, VO
      Interannual variation in soybean yield: interaction among rainfall, soil depth and crop management

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    71. de Koeijer, KJ; van der Werf, W
      Effects of beet yellows virus and beet mild yellowing virus on leaf area dynamics of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.)

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    72. Kellomaki, S; Ikonen, VP; Peltola, H; Kolstrom, T
      Modelling the structural growth of Scots pine with implications for wood quality

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    73. Martine, JF; Siband, P; Bonhomme, R
      Simulation of the maximum yield of sugar cane at different altitudes: effect of temperature on the conversion of radiation into biomass

      AGRONOMIE
    74. Ong, CK; Leakey, RRB
      Why tree-crop interactions in agroforestry appear at odds with tree-grass interactions in tropical savannahs

      AGROFORESTRY SYSTEMS
    75. Knezevic, SZ; Horak, MJ; Vanderlip, RL
      Estimates of physiological determinants for Amaranthus retroflexus

      WEED SCIENCE
    76. Clover, GRG; Azam-Ali, SN; Jaggard, KW; Smith, HG
      The effects of beet yellows virus on the growth and physiology of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris)

      PLANT PATHOLOGY
    77. Valladares, F; Pearcy, RW
      The geometry of light interception by shoots of Heteromeles arbutifolia: morphological and physiological consequences for individual leaves

      OECOLOGIA
    78. King, DA; Maindonald, JH
      Tree architecture in relation to leaf dimensions and tree stature in temperate and tropical rain forests

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    79. Patel, NR; Mehta, AN; Shekh, AM
      Changes in radiation-use efficiency under different environmental conditions in rainfed pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan)

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
    80. Lakso, AN; Wunsche, JN; Palmer, JW; Grappadelli, LC
      Measurement and modeling of carbon balance of the apple tree

      HORTSCIENCE
    81. La Bonte, DR; Harrison, HF; Motsenbocker, CE
      Sweetpotato clone tolerance to weed interference

      HORTSCIENCE
    82. Board, JE; Kang, MS; Harville, BG
      Path analyses of the yield formation process for late-planted soybean

      AGRONOMY JOURNAL
    83. TUSTIN DS; CASHMORE WM; BENSLEY RB
      THE INFLUENCE OF ORCHARD ROW CANOPY DISCONTINUITY ON IRRADIANCE AND LEAF-AREA DISTRIBUTION IN APPLE-TREES

      Journal of horticultural science & biotechnology
    84. Kiniry, JR
      Biomass accumulation and radiation use efficiency of honey mesquite and eastern red cedar

      BIOMASS & BIOENERGY
    85. ASANOME N; IKEDA T
      EFFECT OF BRANCH DIRECTIONS ARRANGEMENT ON SOYBEAN YIELD AND YIELD COMPONENTS

      Journal of agronomy and crop science
    86. KING DA
      INFLUENCE OF LEAF SIZE ON TREE ARCHITECTURE - FIRST-BRANCH HEIGHT ANDCROWN DIMENSIONS IN TROPICAL RAIN-FOREST TREES

      Trees
    87. NIINEMETS U
      ADJUSTMENT OF FOLIAGE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION TO A CANOPY LIGHT GRADIENT IN 2 COEXISTING DECIDUOUS TREES - VARIABILITY IN LEAF INCLINATION ANGLES IN RELATION TO PETIOLE MORPHOLOGY

      Trees
    88. KULL O; KOPPEL A; NOORMETS A
      SEASONAL-CHANGES IN LEAF NITROGEN POOLS IN 2 SALIX SPECIES

      Tree physiology
    89. DIAZAMBRONA CH; TARQUIS AM; MINGUEZ MI
      FABA BEAN CANOPY MODELING WITH A PARAMETRIC OPEN L-SYSTEM - A COMPARISON WITH THE MONSI AND SAEKI MODEL

      Field crops research
    90. KATTERER T; ANDREN O; PETTERSSON R
      GROWTH AND NITROGEN DYNAMICS OF REED CANARYGRASS (PHALARIS-ARUNDINACEA L.) SUBJECTED TO DAILY FERTILIZATION AND IRRIGATION IN THE FIELD

      Field crops research
    91. SINOQUET H; THANISAWANYANGKURA S; MABROUK H; KASEMSAP P
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE LIGHT ENVIRONMENT IN CANOPIES USING 3D DIGITIZING AND IMAGE-PROCESSING

      Annals of botany (Print)
    92. MARCELIS LFM; HEUVELINK E; GOUDRIAAN J
      MODELING BIOMASS PRODUCTION AND YIELD OF HORTICULTURAL CROPS - A REVIEW

      Scientia horticulturae
    93. STENBERG P
      IMPLICATIONS OF SHOOT STRUCTURE ON THE RATE OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS AT DIFFERENT LEVELS IN A CONIFEROUS CANOPY USING A MODEL INCORPORATING GROUPING AND PENUMBRA

      Functional ecology
    94. WERKER AR; JAGGARD KW
      DEPENDENCE OF SUGAR-BEET YIELD ON LIGHT INTERCEPTION AND EVAPOTRANSPIRATION

      Agricultural and forest meteorology
    95. PLANCHAIS I; SINOQUET H
      FOLIAGE DETERMINANTS OF LIGHT INTERCEPTION IN SUNNY AND SHADED BRANCHES OF FAGUS-SYLVATICA (L.)

      Agricultural and forest meteorology
    96. BLENNOW K; LANG ARG; DUNNE P; BALL MC
      COLD-INDUCED PHOTOINHIBITION AND GROWTH OF SEEDLING SNOW GUM (EUCALYPTUS-PAUCIFLORA) UNDER DIFFERING TEMPERATURE AND RADIATION REGIMES IN FRAGMENTED FORESTS

      Plant, cell and environment
    97. Intrieri, C; Poni, S; Rebucci, B; Magnanini, E
      Row orientation effects on whole-canopy gas exchange of potted and field-grown grapevines

      VITIS
    98. RIDAO E; CONDE JR; MINGUEZ MI
      ESTIMATING FAPAR FROM 9 VEGETATION INDEXES FOR IRRIGATED AND NONIRRIGATED FABA BEAN AND SEMILEAFLESS PEA CANOPIES

      Remote sensing of environment
    99. ASNER GP
      BIOPHYSICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL SOURCES OF VARIABILITY IN CANOPY REFLECTANCE

      Remote sensing of environment
    100. VALLADARES F; PEARCY RW
      THE FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY OF SHOOT ARCHITECTURE IN SUN AND SHADE PLANTS OF HETEROMELES ARBUTIFOLIA ROEM,M., A CALIFORNIAN CHAPARRAL SHRUB

      Oecologia


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