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    1. Lundblad, M; Lagergren, F; Lindroth, A
      Evaluation of heat balance and heat dissipation methods for sapflow measurements in pine and spruce

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    2. Perks, MP; Monaghan, S; O'Reilly, C; Osborne, BA; Mitchell, DT
      Chlorophyll fluorescence characteristics, performance and survival of freshly lifted and cold stored Douglas fir seedlings

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    3. Gonzalez-Martinez, SC; Bravo, F
      Density and population structure of the natural regeneration of Scots pine(Pinus sylvestris L.) in the High Ebro Basin (Northern Spain)

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    4. Boukcim, H; Mousain, D
      Effects of P-fertilization on the mycorrhization, growth and nutrition (P,N) of Cedrus atlantica Manetti seedlings inoculated in nursery with myceliaof Tricholoma tridentinum Sing. var. cedretorum Bon.

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    5. Brendel, O
      Does bulk-needle delta C-13 reflect short-term discrimination?

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    6. Kasurinen, A; Holopainen, T; Anttonen, S
      Mycorrhizal colonisation of highbush blueberry and its native relatives incentral Finland

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD SCIENCE IN FINLAND
    7. Regina, IS; Tarazona, T
      Nutrient pools to the soil through organic matter and throughfall under a Scots pine plantation in the Sierra de la Demanda, Spain

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOIL BIOLOGY
    8. Zaitsev, GA; Kulagin, AY; Bagautdinov, FY
      Specific features of root system structure in Pinus sylvestris L. and Larix sukaczewii Dyl. under conditions of the Ufa industrial center

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    9. Vidyakin, AI
      Phenes of woody plants: Identification, scaling, and use in population studies (an example of Pinus sylvestris L.)

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    10. Fomin, VV; Shavnin, SA
      Ecological zoning of forests in areas exposed to industrial air pollution

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    11. Lilleskov, EA; Fahey, TJ; Lovett, GM
      Ectomycorrhizal fungal aboveground community change over an atmospheric nitrogen deposition gradient

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    12. Payne, C; Bruce, A
      The yeast Debaryomyces hansenii as a short-term biological control agent against fungal spoilage of sawn Pinus sylvestris timber

      BIOLOGICAL CONTROL
    13. Tsitsimpikou, C; Petrakis, PV; Ortiz, A; Harvala, C; Roussis, V
      Volatile needle terpenoids of six Pinus species

      JOURNAL OF ESSENTIAL OIL RESEARCH
    14. Fomin, VV; Shavnin, SA; Marina, NV; Novoselova, GN
      A nonspecific response of the photosynthetic apparatus of pine needles to industrial air pollution and shading

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    15. Voronin, PY; Kaipiainen, LK; Bolondinskii, VK; Konovalov, PV; Hein, HY; Mikronosov, AT
      Involvement of exported photosynthetic products in the CO2 exchange of theskeletal shoots of pine

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    16. Zagirova, SV
      Structure and CO2 exchange in the needles of Pinus sylvestris and Abies sibirica

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    17. Perez-Moreno, J; Read, DJ
      Exploitation of pollen by mycorrhizal mycelial systems with special reference to nutrient recycling in boreal forests

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    18. Jaramillo-Correa, JP; Beaulieu, J; Bousquet, J
      Contrasting evolutionary forces driving population structure at expressed sequence tag polymorphisms, allozymes and quantitative traits in white spruce

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    19. Wilson, B; Puri, G
      A comparison of pinewood and moorland soils in the Abernethy Forest Reserve, Scotland

      GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY
    20. Crowell, MD; Lane, SN
      Evaluating interactions between soil drainage and seedling performance in a restoration of Pinus sylvestris woodland, Scotland

      GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY
    21. McCarroll, D; Pawellek, F
      Stable carbon isotope ratios of Pinus sylvestris from northern Finland andthe potential for extracting a climate signal from long Fennoscandian chronologies

      HOLOCENE
    22. Loader, NJ; Hemming, DL
      Spatial variation in pollen delta C-13 correlates with temperature and seasonal development timing

      HOLOCENE
    23. Hiller, A; Boettger, T; Kremenetski, C
      Mediaeval climatic warming recorded by radiocarbon dated alpine tree-line shift on the Kola Peninsula, Russia

      HOLOCENE
    24. Gervais, BR; MacDonald, GM
      Tree-ring and summer-temperature response to volcanic aerosol forcing at the northern tree-line, Kola Peninsula, Russia

      HOLOCENE
    25. Kirchhefer, AJ
      Reconstruction of summer temperatures from tree-rings of Scots pine (Pinussylvestris L.) in coastal northern Norway

      HOLOCENE
    26. Schulz, H; Hartling, S
      Biochemical parameters as biomarkers for the early recognition of environmental pollution on Scots pine trees. II. The antioxidative metabolites ascorbic acid, glutathione, alpha-tocopherol and the enzymes superoxide dismutase and glutathione reductase

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR NATURFORSCHUNG C-A JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCES
    27. Zeneli, G; Tsitsimpikou, C; Petrakis, PV; Naxakis, G; Habili, D; Roussis, V
      Foliar and cortex oleoresin variability of silver fir (Abies alba Mill.) in Albania

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR NATURFORSCHUNG C-A JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCES
    28. Kontunen-Soppela, S; Laine, K
      Seasonal fluctuation of dehydrins is related to osmotic status in Scots pine needles

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    29. Latola, K; Kinnunen, H; Huttunen, S
      Needle ontogeny of mature Scots pines under enhanced UV-B radiation

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    30. Schaaf, W
      What can element budgets of false-time series tell us about ecosystem development on post-lignite mining sites?

      ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
    31. Keplin, B; Huttl, RF
      Decomposition of root litter in Pinus sylvestris L. and Pinus nigra standson carboniferous substrates in the Lusatian lignite mining district

      ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
    32. Gorfer, M; Tarkka, MT; Hanif, M; Pardo, AG; Laitiainen, E; Raudaskoski, M
      Characterization of small GTPases Cdc42 and Rac and the relationship between Cdc42 and actin cytoskeleton in vegetative and ectomycorrhizal hyphae ofSuillus bovinus

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    33. Nahalkova, J; Asiegbu, FO; Daniel, G; Hrib, J; Vookova, B; Pribulova, B; Gemeiner, P
      Isolation and immunolocalization of a Pinus nigra lectin (PNL) during interaction with the necrotrophs - Heterobasidion annosum and Fusarium avenaceum

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    34. Oliveras, I; Llorens, P
      Medium-term sap flux monitoring in a Scots pine stand: analysis of the operability of the heat dissipation method for hydrological purposes

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    35. Bucking, H; Heyser, W
      Microautoradiographic localization of phosphate and carbohydrates in mycorrhizal roots of Populus tremula x Populus alba and the implications for transfer processes in ectomycorrhizal associations

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    36. Makkonen, K; Helmisaari, HS
      Fine root biomass and production in Scots pine stands in relation to standage

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    37. Utriainen, J; Holopainen, T
      Nitrogen availability modifies the ozone responses of Scots pine seedlingsexposed in an open-field system

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    38. Hobbie, EA; Olszyk, DM; Rygiewicz, PT; Tingey, DT; Johnson, MG
      Foliar nitrogen concentrations and natural abundance of N-15 suggest nitrogen allocation patterns of Douglas-fir and mycorrhizal fungi during development in elevated carbon dioxide concentration and temperature

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    39. 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
    40. Peramaki, M; Nikinmaa, E; Sevanto, S; Ilvesniemi, H; Siivola, E; Hari, P; Vesala, T
      Tree stem diameter variations and transpiration in Scots pine: an analysisusing a dynamic sap flow model

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    41. Marshall, JD; Rehfeldt, GE; Monserud, RA
      Family differences in height growth and photosynthetic traits in three conifers

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    42. Sundblad, LG; Andersson, M; Geladi, P; Salomonson, A; Sjostrom, M
      Fast, nondestructive measurement of frost hardiness in conifer seedlings by VIS plus NIR spectroscopy

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    43. Cherbuy, B; Joffre, R; Gillon, D; Rambal, S
      Internal remobilization of carbohydrates, lipids, nitrogen and phosphorus in the Mediterranean evergreen oak Quercus ilex

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    44. Reme, PA; Helle, T
      Quantitative assessment of mechanical fibre dimensions during defibration and fibre development

      JOURNAL OF PULP AND PAPER SCIENCE
    45. Cairns, DM
      Patterns of winter desiccation in krummholz forms of Abies lasiocarpa at treeline sites in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA

      GEOGRAFISKA ANNALER SERIES A-PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY
    46. Boratynska, K; Bobowicz, MA
      Pinus uncinata Ramond taxonomy based on needle characters

      PLANT SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTION
    47. Bergstedt, J; Milberg, P
      The impact of logging intensity on field-layer vegetation in Swedish boreal forests

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    48. Fox, JC; Ades, PK; Bi, HQ
      Stochastic structure and individual-tree growth models

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    49. Hoffmann, CW; Usoltsev, VA
      Modelling root biomass distribution in Pinus sylvestris forests of the Turgai Depression of Kazakhstan

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    50. Oleksyn, J; Reich, PB; Tjoelker, MG; Chalupka, W
      Biogeographic differences in shoot elongation pattern among European Scotspine populations

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    51. Moberg, L
      Models of internal knot properties for Picea abies

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    52. Bramryd, T
      Effects of liquid and dewatered sewage sludge applied to a Scots pine stand (Pinus sylvestris L.) in Central Sweden

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    53. Montero, G; Canellas, I; Ortega, C; Del Rio, M
      Results from a thinning experiment in a Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) natural regeneration stand in the Sistema Iberico Mountain Range (Spain)

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    54. Zamora, R; Gomez, JM; Hodar, JA; Castro, J; Garcia, D
      Effect of browsing by ungulates on sapling growth of Scots pine in a Mediterranean environment: consequences for forest regeneration

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    55. del Rio, M; Montero, G; Bravo, F
      Analysis of diameter-density relationships and self-thinning in non-thinned even-aged Scots pine stands

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    56. Mattila, U; Jalkanen, R; Nikula, A
      The effects of forest structure and site characteristics on probability ofpine twisting rust damage in young Scots pine stands

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    57. Smit, A; Kooijman, AM
      Impact of grazing on the input of organic matter and nutrients to the soilin a grass-encroached Scots pine forest

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    58. Elfving, B; Ericsson, T; Rosvall, O
      The introduction of lodgepole pine for wood production in Sweden - a review

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    59. Karlman, M
      Risks associated with the introduction of Pinus contorta in northern Sweden with respect to pathogens

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    60. Knight, DH; Baker, WL; Engelmark, O; Nilsson, C
      A landscape perspective on the establishment of exotic tree plantations: lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta) in Sweden

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    61. Smits, A; Larsson, S; Hopkins, R
      Reduced realised fecundity in the pine looper Bupalus piniarius caused by host plant defoliation

      ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    62. Roelandt, C
      Coupled simulation of potential natural vegetation, terrestrial carbon balance and physical land-surface properties with the ALBIOC model

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    63. Fleming, RA
      The Weibull model and an ecological application: describing the dynamics of foliage biomass on Scots pine

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    64. Wang, YF; Zwiazek, JJ
      Physiological characteristics and carbohydrate contents of spring-lifted Picea glauca bareroot seedlings following low-temperature storage

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH
    65. Salmela, S; Sutinen, R; Sepponen, P
      Understorey vegetation as an indicator of water content in till soils in Finnish Lapland

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH
    66. Langstrom, B; Annila, E; Hellqvist, C; Varama, M; Niemela, P
      Tree mortality, needle biomass recovery and growth losses in Scots pine following defoliation by Diprion pini (L.) and subsequent attack by Tomicus piniperda (L.)

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH
    67. Wang, XR; Szmidt, AE
      Molecular markers in population genetics of forest trees

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH
    68. Millard, P; Hester, A; Wendler, R; Baillie, G
      Interspecific defoliation responses of trees depend on sites of winter nitrogen storage

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    69. Brunner, I; Brodbeck, S
      Response of mycorrhizal Norway spruce seedlings to various nitrogen loads and sources

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    70. Laakso, K; Kinnunen, H; Huttunen, S
      The glutathione status of mature Scots pines during the third season of UV-B radiation exposure

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    71. Cox, P; Wilkinson, SP; Anderson, JM
      Effects of fungal inocula on the decomposition of lignin and structural polysaccharides in Pinus sylvestris litter

      BIOLOGY AND FERTILITY OF SOILS
    72. Redlak, K; Dahm, H; Ciesielska, A; Strzelczyk, E
      Enzymatic activity of ectendomycorrhizal fungi

      BIOLOGY AND FERTILITY OF SOILS
    73. Landeweert, R; Hoffland, E; Finlay, RD; Kuyper, TW; van Breemen, N
      Linking plants to rocks: ectomycorrhizal fungi mobilize nutrients from minerals

      TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION
    74. Mahmood, S; Finlay, RD; Erland, S; Wallander, H
      Solubilisation and colonisation of wood ash by ectomycorrhizal fungi isolated from a wood ash fertilised spruce forest

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY
    75. Turnau, K; Przybylowicz, WJ; Mesjasz-Przybyowicz, J
      Heavy metal distribution in Suillus luteus mycorrhizas - as revealed by micro-PIXE analysis

      NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION B-BEAM INTERACTIONS WITH MATERIALS AND ATOMS
    76. Janssens, IA; Kowalski, AS; Ceulemans, R
      Forest floor CO2 fluxes estimated by eddy covariance and chamber-based model

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
    77. Nierop, KGJ
      Temporal and vertical organic matter differentiation along a vegetation succession as revealed by pyrolysis and thermally assisted hydrolysis and methylation

      JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL AND APPLIED PYROLYSIS
    78. Ernst, D; Liegl, I; Kiefer, E; Seidlitz, HK; Heller, W; Sandermann, H
      Early changes in mRNA populations in leaves of ultraviolet-B-treated European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) seedlings

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGIAE PLANTARUM
    79. Meinzer, FC; Clearwater, MJ; Goldstein, G
      Water transport in trees: current perspectives, new insights and some controversies

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    80. Bratt, K; Sunnerheim, K; Nordenhem, H; Nordlander, G; Langstrom, B
      Pine weevil (Hylobius abietis) antifeedants from lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta)

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    81. Wiemken, V; Laczko, E; Ineichen, K; Boller, T
      Effects of elevated carbon dioxide and nitrogen fertilization on mycorrhizal fine roots and the soil microbial community in beech-spruce ecosystems on siliceous and calcareous soil

      MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    82. Pasquier-Barre, F; Palasse, C; Goussard, F; Auger-Rozenberg, MA; Geri, C
      Relationship of Scots pine clone characteristics and water stress to hatching and larval performance of the sawfly Diprion pini (Hymenoptera : Diprionidae)

      ENVIRONMENTAL ENTOMOLOGY
    83. Kranabetter, JM; Kroeger, P
      Ectomycorrhizal mushroom response to partial cutting in a western hemlock - western redcedar forest

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    84. Duchesne, L; Ouimet, R; Camire, C; Houle, D
      Seasonal nutrient transfers by foliar resorption, leaching, and litter fall in a northern hardwood forest at Lake Clair Watershed, Quebec, Canada

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    85. Kullman, L
      20th century climate warming and tree-limit rise in the southern Scandes of Sweden

      AMBIO
    86. Vestgarden, LS
      Carbon and nitrogen turnover in the early stage of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) needle litter decomposition: effects of internal and external nitrogen

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    87. Saarsalmi, A; Malkonen, E; Piirainen, S
      Effects of wood ash fertilization on forest soil chemical properties.

      SILVA FENNICA
    88. Yamazaki, Y; Suh, DY; Sitthithaworn, W; Ishiguro, K; Kobayashi, Y; Shibuya, M; Ebizuka, Y; Sankawa, U
      Diverse chalcone synthase superfamily enzymes from the most primitive vascular plant, Psilotum nudum

      PLANTA
    89. Karpinska, B; Karlsson, M; Schinkel, H; Streller, S; Suss, KH; Melzer, M; Wingsle, G
      A novel superoxide dismutase with a high isoelectric point in higher plants. Expression, regulation, and protein localization

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    90. Wiemken, V; Ineichen, K; Boller, T
      Development of ectomycorrhizas in model beech-spruce ecosystems on siliceous and calcareous soil: a 4-year experiment with atmospheric CO2 enrichmentand nitrogen fertilization

      PLANT AND SOIL
    91. Brussaard, L; Kuyper, TW; de Goede, RGM
      On the relationships between nematodes, mycorrhizal fungi and plants: functional composition of species and plant performance

      PLANT AND SOIL
    92. Sikstrom, U
      Effects of pre-harvest soil acidification, liming and N fertilization on the survival, growth and needle element concentrations of Picea abies L. Karst. seedlings

      PLANT AND SOIL
    93. Van der Heijden, EW; Kuyper, TW
      Laboratory experiments imply the conditionality of mycorrhizal benefits for Salix repens: role of pH and nitrogen to phosphorus ratios

      PLANT AND SOIL
    94. Persson, E; Elowson, T
      Moisture content and discoloration of wood during dry and wet storage of Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) pulpwood

      PAPERI JA PUU-PAPER AND TIMBER
    95. Jonsson, LM; Nilsson, MC; Wardle, DA; Zackrisson, O
      Context dependent effects of ectomycorrhizal species richness on tree seedling productivity

      OIKOS
    96. Taulavuori, K; Taulavuori, E; Niinimaa, A; Laine, K
      Acceleration of frost hardening in Vaccinium vitis-idaea by nitrogen fertilization

      OECOLOGIA
    97. Melcher, PJ; Goldstein, G; Meinzer, FC; Yount, DE; Jones, TJ; Holbrook, NM; Huang, CX
      Water relations of coastal and estuarine Rhizophora mangle: xylem pressurepotential and dynamics of embolism formation and repair

      OECOLOGIA
    98. Fransson, PMA; Taylor, AFS; Finlay, RD
      Elevated atmospheric CO2 alters root symbiont community structure in forest trees

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    99. Sen, R
      Multitrophic interactions between a Rhizoctonia sp and mycorrhizal fungi affect Scots pine seedling performance in nursery soil

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    100. Baxter, JW; Dighton, J
      Ectomycorrhizal diversity alters growth and nutrient acquisition of grey birch (Betula populifolia) seedlings in host-symbiont culture conditions

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST


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