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    1. Rowland, DL; Beals, L; Chaudhry, AA; Evans, AS; Grodeska, LS
      Physiological, morphological, and environmental variation among geographically isolated cottonwood (Populus Deltoides) populations in New Mexico

      WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN NATURALIST
    2. Bassman, JH; Robberecht, R; Edwards, GE
      Effects of enhanced UV-B radiation on growth and gas exchange in Populus deltoides Bartr. ex Marsh

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    3. Datukishvili, NT; Tarkhnishvili, GM; Mikeladze, DG; Beridze, TG; Sanadze, GA
      Isolation and purification of protein responsible for the conversion of dimethylallylpyrophosphate from poplar leaves into isoprene

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Sharma, NK; Samra, JS; Singh, HP
      Influence of boundary plantation of poplar (Populus deltoides M.) on soil-water use and water use efficiency of wheat

      AGRICULTURAL WATER MANAGEMENT
    5. Kalischuk, AR; Rood, SB; Mahoney, JM
      Environmental influences on seedling growth of cottonwood species following a major flood

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    6. Guidi, L; Nali, C; Lorenzini, G; Filippi, F; Soldatini, GF
      Effect of chronic ozone fumigation on the photosynthetic process of poplarclones showing different sensitivity

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    7. Twedt, DJ; Henne-Kerr, JL
      Artificial cavities enhance breeding bird densities in managed cottonwood forests

      WILDLIFE SOCIETY BULLETIN
    8. Zhu, BL; Coleman, GD
      Phytochrome-mediated photoperiod perception, shoot growth, glutamine, calcium, and protein phosphorylation influence the activity of the poplar bark storage protein gene promoter (bspA)

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    9. Rowland, DL; Johnson, NC
      Sexual demographics of riparian populations of Populus deltoides: Can mortality be predicted from a change in reproductive status?

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    10. Ellis, LM
      Short-term response of woody plants to fire in a Rio Grande riparian forest, Central New Mexico, USA

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    11. Lorenc-Plucinska, G; Szadel, A; Plucinski, A; Pukacka, S
      Sucrose degradation in sink and source poplar leaves treated with sulfite

      ACTA SOCIETATIS BOTANICORUM POLONIAE
    12. Sharma, NK; Samra, JS; Singh, HP
      Effect of leaf litter of poplar on Phalaris minor weed

      ALLELOPATHY JOURNAL
    13. Sharma, NK; Samra, JS; Singh, HP
      Effect of aqueous extracts of Populus deltoides M. on germination and seedling growth. 1. Wheat

      ALLELOPATHY JOURNAL
    14. Rood, SB; Patino, S; Coombs, K; Tyree, MT
      Branch sacrifice: cavitation-associated drought adaptation of riparian cottonwoods

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    15. Guevara-Escobar, A; Edwards, WRN; Morton, RH; Kemp, PD; MacKay, AD
      Tree water use and rainfall partitioning in a mature poplar-pasture system

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    16. Area, MC; Felissia, FE; Nunez, CE; Venica, A; Valade, JL
      Upgrading spent liquors from the NSSC process. I. Identification and quantification of organic components

      CELLULOSE CHEMISTRY AND TECHNOLOGY
    17. Smith, DG; Pearce, CM
      River ice and its role in limiting woodland development on a sandy braid-plain, Milk River, Montana

      WETLANDS
    18. Trivedi, PK; Reddy, MSS; Sand, PV
      Plastid gene expression is not associated with midday depression in CO2 assimilation and electron transport

      PLANT SCIENCE
    19. Dickson, RE; Tomlinson, PT; Isebrands, JG
      Allocation of current photosynthate and changes in tissue dry weight within northern red oak seedlings: individual leaf and flush carbon contributionduring episodic growth

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    20. Dickson, RE; Tomlinson, PT; Isebrands, JG
      Partitioning of current photosynthate to different chemical fractions in leaves, stems, and roots of northern red oak seedlings during episodic growth

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    21. Wu, RL; Han, YF; Hu, JJ; Fang, JJ; Li, L; Li, ML; Zeng, ZB
      An integrated genetic map of Populus deltoides based on amplified fragmentlength polymorphisms

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    22. Sheppard, LA; Brunner, AM; Krutovskii, KV; Rottmann, WH; Skinner, JS; Vollmer, SS; Strauss, SH
      A DEFICIENS homolog from the dioecious tree black cottonwood is expressed in female and male floral meristems of the two-whorled, unisexual flowers

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    23. Villar-Salvador, P; Ocana, L; Penuelas, J; Carrasco, I
      Effect of water stress conditioning on the water relations, root growth capacity, and the nitrogen and non-structural carbohydrate concentration of Pinus halepensis Mill. (Aleppo pine) seedlings

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    24. Aravanopoulos, FA; Kim, KH; Zsuffa, L
      Genetic diversity of superior Salix clones selected for intensive forestryplantations

      BIOMASS & BIOENERGY
    25. Cooper, DJ; Merritt, DM; Andersen, DC; Chimner, RA
      Factors controlling the establishment of Fremont cottonwood seedlings on the upper Green River, USA

      REGULATED RIVERS-RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT
    26. Poulson, TL; McClung, C
      Anthropogenic effects on early dune succession at Miller, Indiana

      NATURAL AREAS JOURNAL
    27. Lorenzini, G; Guidi, L; Nali, C; Soldatini, GF
      Quenching analysis in poplar clones exposed to ozone

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    28. Pieters, GA; Van den Noort, ME; Van Nijkerken, JA
      Growth adaptation of leaves and internodes of poplar to irradiance, day length and temperature

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    29. Harvey, HP; van den Driessche, R
      Nitrogen and potassium effects on xylem cavitation and water-use efficiency in poplars

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    30. Ceulemans, R; Deraedt, W
      Production physiology and growth potential of poplars under short-rotationforestry culture

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    31. Scott, ML; Shafroth, PB; Auble, GT
      Responses of riparian cottonwoods to alluvial water table declines

      ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    32. Cline, MG; Deppong, DO
      The role of apical dominance in paradormancy of temperate woody plants: A reappraisal

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    33. Choinski, JS; Wise, RR
      Leaf growth and development in relation to gas exchange in Quercus marilandica Muenchh.

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    34. Dixit, R; Trivedi, PK; Nath, P; Sane, PV
      Organization and post-transcriptional processing of the psb B operon from chloroplasts of Populus deltoides

      CURRENT GENETICS
    35. Jeknic, Z; Chen, THH
      Changes in protein profiles of poplar tissues during the induction of bud dormancy by short-day photoperiods

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    36. Funk, JL; Jones, CG; Lerdau, MT
      Defoliation effects on isoprene emission from Populus deltoides

      OECOLOGIA
    37. Pontailler, JY; Ceulemans, R; Guittet, J
      Biomass yield of poplar after five 2-year coppice rotations

      FORESTRY
    38. HEILMAN P; NORBY RJ
      NUTRIENT CYCLING AND FERTILITY MANAGEMENT IN TEMPERATE SHORT-ROTATIONFOREST SYSTEMS

      Biomass & bioenergy
    39. JAHNKE S; SCHLESINGER U; FEIGE GB; KNUST EJ
      TRANSPORT OF PHOTOASSIMILATES IN YOUNG TREES OF FRAXINUS AND SORBUS -MEASUREMENT OF TRANSLOCATION IN-VIVO

      Botanica acta
    40. PATHRE U; SINHA AK; SHIRKE PA; SANE PV
      FACTORS DETERMINING THE MIDDAY DEPRESSION OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN TREES UNDER MONSOON CLIMATE

      Trees
    41. GEBRE GM; TSCHAPLINSKI TJ; TUSKAN GA; TODD DE
      CLONAL AND SEASONAL DIFFERENCES IN LEAF OSMOTIC POTENTIAL AND ORGANICSOLUTES OF 5 HYBRID POPLAR CLONES GROWN UNDER FIELD CONDITIONS

      Tree physiology
    42. KNOWE SA; FOSTER GS; ROUSSEAU RJ; NANCE WL
      HEIGHT-AGE AND HEIGHT-DIAMETER RELATIONSHIPS FOR MONOCULTURES AND MIXTURES OF EASTERN COTTONWOOD CLONES

      Forest ecology and management
    43. Auble, GT; Scott, ML
      Fluvial disturbance patches and cottonwood recruitment along the upper Missouri River, Montana

      WETLANDS
    44. Rood, SB; Kalischuk, AR; Mahoney, JM
      Initial cottonwood seedling recruitment following the flood of the centuryof the Oldman River, Alberta, Canada

      WETLANDS
    45. Shafroth, PB; Auble, GT; Stromberg, JC; Patten, DT
      Establishment of woody riparian vegetation in relation to annual patterns of streamflow, Bill Williams River, Arizona

      WETLANDS
    46. Mahoney, JM; Rood, SB
      Streamflow, requirements for cottonwood seedling recruitment - An interactive model

      WETLANDS
    47. Tufekcioglu, A; Raich, JW; Isenhart, TM; Schultz, RC
      Fine root dynamics, coarse root biomass, root distribution, and soil respiration in a multispecies riparian buffer in Central Iowa, USA

      AGROFORESTRY SYSTEMS
    48. CLARKE HRG; LAWRENCE SD; FLASKERUD J; KORHNAK TE; GORDON MP; DAVIS JM
      CHITINASE ACCUMULATES SYSTEMICALLY IN WOUNDED POPLAR TREES

      Physiologia Plantarum
    49. Reddy, MSS; Trivedi, PK; Tuli, R; Sane, PV
      Cloning and nucleotide sequence analysis of psbD/C operon from chloroplasts of Populus deltoides

      JOURNAL OF GENETICS
    50. LORENCPLUCINSKA G
      THE EFFECT OF SULFITE ON THE REGULATION OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC SUCROSE SYNTHESIS IN POPLAR LEAVES

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    51. QUESADA J; RUBIO M; GOMEZ D
      OZONATION PRODUCTS OF ORGANOSOLVOLYTIC EXTRACTS FROM VEGETAL MATERIALS

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
    52. ZANUTTINI M; CITRONI M; MARTINEZ MJ; MARZOCCHI V
      CHEMIMECHANICAL PULPING OF POPLAR WOOD - ALKALINE WOOD PRETREATMENT AT LOW-TEMPERATURE

      Holzforschung
    53. ZANUTTINI M; CITRONI M; MARTINEZ MJ
      APPLICATION OF DIFFUSE-REFLECTANCE INFRARED FOURIER-TRANSFORM SPECTROSCOPY TO THE QUANTITATIVE-DETERMINATION OF ACETYL GROUPS IN WOOD

      Holzforschung
    54. Begg, CS; Archibold, OW; Delanoy, L
      Preliminary investigation into the effects of water-level control on seedling recruitment in riparian Cottonwoods, Populus deltoides, on the South Saskatchewan River

      CANADIAN FIELD-NATURALIST
    55. JOSEPH G; KELSEY RG
      ETHANOL SYNTHESIS AND WATER RELATIONS OF FLOODED PSEUDOTSUGA-MENZIESII (MIRB.) FRANCO DOUGLAS-FIR SEEDLINGS UNDER CONTROLLED CONDITIONS

      International journal of plant sciences
    56. SCOTT ML; AUBLE GT; FRIEDMAN JM
      FLOOD DEPENDENCY OF COTTONWOOD ESTABLISHMENT ALONG THE MISSOURI RIVER, MONTANA, USA

      Ecological applications
    57. NELSON T; DENGLER N
      LEAF VASCULAR PATTERN-FORMATION

      The Plant cell
    58. REDDY MSS; TRIVEDI PK; TULI R; SANE PV
      EXPRESSION OF CHLOROPLASTIC GENES DURING AUTUMNAL SENESCENCE IN A DECIDUOUS TREE POPULUS DELTIODES

      Biochemistry and molecular biology international
    59. NAITHANI S; TRIVEDI PK; SANE PV
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ORF31-PETG GENE-CLUSTER FROM THE PLASTID GENOME OF POPULUS-DELTOIDES

      Biochemistry and molecular biology international
    60. JOSLIN JD; SCHOENHOLTZ SH
      MEASURING THE ENVIRONMENTAL-EFFECTS OF CONVERTING CROPLAND TO SHORT-ROTATION WOODY CROPS - A RESEARCH APPROACH

      Biomass & bioenergy
    61. SCHUMAKER MA; BASSMAN JH; ROBBERECHT R; RADAMAKER GK
      GROWTH, LEAF ANATOMY, AND PHYSIOLOGY OF POPULUS CLONES IN RESPONSE TOSOLAR ULTRAVIOLET-B RADIATION

      Tree physiology
    62. HARVEY HP; VANDENDRIESSCHE R
      NUTRITION, XYLEM CAVITATION AND DROUGHT RESISTANCE IN HYBRID POPLAR

      Tree physiology
    63. HEINZE B
      A PCR MARKER FOR A POPULUS-DELTOIDES ALLELE AND ITS USE IN STUDYING INTROGRESSION WITH NATIVE EUROPEAN POPULUS-NIGRA

      Belgian journal of botany
    64. LODHIYAL LS; LODHIYAL N
      VARIATION IN BIOMASS AND NET PRIMARY PRODUCTIVITY IN SHORT-ROTATION HIGH-DENSITY CENTRAL HIMALAYAN POPLAR PLANTATIONS

      Forest ecology and management
    65. LODHIYAL LS; LODHIYAL N
      NUTRIENT CYCLING AND NUTRIENT USE EFFICIENCY IN SHORT-ROTATION, HIGH-DENSITY CENTRAL HIMALAYAN TARAI POPLAR PLANTATIONS

      Annals of botany
    66. TRIVEDI PK; NATH P; SANE PV
      PHOTOINHIBITION OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS WITHOUT NET LOSS OF PHOTOSYSTEM-II COMPONENTS IN POPULUS-DELTOIDES

      Journal of Biosciences
    67. THOLAKALABAVI A; ZWIAZEK JJ; THORPE TA
      OSMOTICALLY-STRESSED POPLAR CELL-CULTURES - ANTHOCYANIN ACCUMULATION,DEAMINASE ACTIVITY, AND SOLUTE COMPOSITION

      Journal of plant physiology
    68. VURRO M; ELLIS BE
      EFFECT OF FUNGAL TOXINS ON INDUCTION OF PHENYLALANINE AMMONIA-LYASE ACTIVITY IN ELICITED CULTURES OF HYBRID POPLAR

      PLANT SCIENCE
    69. CONFALONIERI M; BALESTRAZZI A; CELLA R
      GENETIC-TRANSFORMATION OF POPULUS-DELTOIDES AND PX EURAMERICANA CLONES USING AGROBACTERIUM-TUMEFACIENS

      Plant cell, tissue and organ culture
    70. MEINZER FC; HINCKLEY TM; CEULEMANS R
      APPARENT RESPONSES OF STOMATA TO TRANSPIRATION AND HUMIDITY IN A HYBRID POPLAR CANOPY

      Plant, cell and environment
    71. JOSHI M; BARGALI K; BARGALI SS
      CHANGES IN PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND METABOLIC-ACTIVITY OF SOIL IN POPLAR PLANTATIONS REPLACING NATURAL BROAD-LEAVED FORESTS IN KUMAUNHIMALAYA

      Journal of arid environments
    72. TWEDT DJ; PORTWOOD J
      BOTTOMLAND HARDWOOD REFORESTATION FOR NEOTROPICAL MIGRATORY BIRDS - ARE WE MISSING THE FOREST FOR THE TREES

      Wildlife Society bulletin
    73. ZANUTTINI M; MARZOCCHI V
      KINETICS OF ALKALINE DEACETYLATION OF POPLAR WOOD

      Holzforschung
    74. GAGNON MJ; BEEBE DU
      MINOR VEIN DIFFERENTIATION AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF SPECIALIZED PLASMODESMATA BETWEEN COMPANION CELLS AND CONTIGUOUS CELLS IN EXPANDING LEAVES OF MORICANDIA-ARVENSIS (L) DC (BRASSICACEAE)

      International journal of plant sciences
    75. FINDLAY S; CARREIRO M; KRISCHIK V; JONES CG
      EFFECTS OF DAMAGE TO LIVING PLANTS ON LEAF-LITTER QUALITY

      Ecological applications
    76. GOSWAMI T; SAIKIA CN; BARUAH RK; SARMA CM
      CHARACTERIZATION OF PULP OBTAINED FROM POPULUS-DELTOIDES PLANTS OF DIFFERENT AGES USING IR, XRD AND SEM

      Bioresource technology
    77. ANGELOV MN; SUNG SJS; DOONG RL; HARMS WR; KORMANIK PP; BLACK CC
      LONG-TERM AND SHORT-TERM FLOODING EFFECTS ON SURVIVAL AND SINK-SOURCERELATIONSHIPS OF SWAMP-ADAPTED TREE SPECIES

      Tree physiology
    78. 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
    79. SCOTT ML; FRIEDMAN JM; AUBLE GT
      FLUVIAL PROCESS AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF BOTTOMLAND TREES

      Geomorphology
    80. NEWCOMBE G; BRADSHAW HD; CHASTAGNER GA; STETTLER RF
      A MAJOR GENE FOR RESISTANCE TO MELAMPSORA-MEDUSAE F-SP DELTOIDAE IN AHYBRID POPLAR PEDIGREE

      Phytopathology
    81. MCKEGNEY GR; BUTLAND SL; THEILMANN D; ELLIS BE
      EXPRESSION OF POPLAR PHENYLALANINE AMMONIA-LYASE IN INSECT-CELL CULTURES

      Phytochemistry
    82. LIU ZJ; DICKMANN DI
      EFFECTS OF WATER AND NITROGEN INTERACTION ON NET PHOTOSYNTHESIS, STOMATAL CONDUCTANCE, AND WATER-USE EFFICIENCY IN 2 HYBRID POPLAR CLONES

      Physiologia Plantarum
    83. MUTIKAINEN P; WALLS M; OVASKA J
      HERBIVORE-INDUCED RESISTANCE IN BETULA-PENDULA - THE VOLE OF PLANT VASCULAR ARCHITECTURE

      Oecologia
    84. LORENCPLUCINSKA G
      SULFITE INHIBITION OF SUCROSE TRANSPORT INTO VACUOLES OF COTTONWOOD LEAVES

      Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae
    85. SUN OJ; SWEET GB; WHITEHEAD D; BUCHAN GD
      PHYSIOLOGICAL-RESPONSES TO WATER-STRESS AND WATERLOGGING IN NOTHOFAGUS SPECIES

      Tree physiology
    86. BRUBAKER CL; LERSTEN NR
      PARAVENOUS MESOPHYLL - REVIEW AND SURVEY OF THE SUBTRIBE ERYTHRININAE(PHASEOLEAE, PAPILIONOIDEAE, LEGUMINOSAE)

      Plant systematics and evolution
    87. LODHIYAL LS; SINGH RP; SINGH SP
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF AN AGE SERIES OF POPLAR PLANTATIONS IN CENTRAL HIMALAYA .1. DRY-MATTER DYNAMICS

      Annals of botany
    88. LODHIYAL LS; SINGH RP; SINGH SP
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF AN AGE SERIES OF POPLAR PLANTATIONS IN CENTRAL HIMALAYA .2. NUTRIENT DYNAMICS

      Annals of botany
    89. GILBERT IR; SEAVERS GP; JARVIS PG; SMITH H
      PHOTOMORPHOGENESIS AND CANOPY DYNAMICS - PHYTOCHROMEMEDIATED PROXIMITY PERCEPTION ACCOUNTS FOR THE GROWTH DYNAMICS OF CANOPIES OF POPULUS-TRICHOCARPA X DELTOIDES BEAUPRE

      Plant, cell and environment
    90. LEVYADUN S
      SHORT SECONDARY VESSEL MEMBERS IN BRANCHING REGIONS IN ROOTS OF ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA

      Australian Journal of Botany
    91. COLEMAN JS; LEONARD AS
      WHY IT MATTERS WHERE ON A LEAF A FOLIVORE FEEDS

      Oecologia
    92. TRIVEDI PK; NATH P; SANE PV
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PSBA GENE FROM CHLOROPLASTS OF POPULOS DELTOIDES

      Journal of Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology
    93. LABEL P; IMBAULT N; VILLAR M
      ELISA QUANTITATION AND GC-MS IDENTIFICATION OF ABSCISIC-ACID IN STIGMA, OVARY AND PEDICEL OF POLLINATED POPLAR FLOWERS (POPULUS-NIGRA L)

      Tree physiology
    94. PURI S; SINGH V; BHUSHAN B; SINGH S
      BIOMASS PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF ROOTS IN 3 STANDS OF POPULUS-DELTOIDES

      Forest ecology and management
    95. BOGGS K; WEAVER T
      CHANGES IN VEGETATION AND NUTRIENT POOLS DURING RIPARIAN SUCCESSION

      Wetlands
    96. JEHAN H; BROWN S; MARIE D; NOIN M; PROUTEAU M; CHRIQUI D
      ONTOGENY AND PLOIDY LEVEL OF PLANTLETS REGENERATED FROM POPULUS-TRICHOCARPA X DELTOIDES CV HUNNEGEM ROOT, LEAF AND STEM EXPLANTS

      Journal of plant physiology
    97. KIM KN; ERNST SG
      EFFECTS OF INHIBITORS ON PHENOCRITICAL EVENTS OF IN-VITRO SHOOT ORGANOGENESIS IN TOBACCO THIN CELL-LAYERS

      PLANT SCIENCE
    98. TSCHAPLINSKI TJ; TUSKAN GA; GUNDERSON CA
      WATER-STRESS TOLERANCE OF BLACK AND EASTERN COTTONWOOD CLONES AND 4 HYBRID PROGENY .1. GROWTH, WATER RELATIONS, AND GAS-EXCHANGE

      Canadian journal of forest research
    99. KELSEY RG
      ETHANOL SYNTHESIS IN DOUGLAS-FIR LOGS FELLED IN NOVEMBER, JANUARY, AND MARCH AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO AMBROSIA BEETLE ATTACK

      Canadian journal of forest research
    100. COLEMAN GD; BANADOS MP; CHEN THH
      POPLAR BARK STORAGE PROTEIN AND A RELATED WOUND-INDUCED GENE ARE DIFFERENTIALLY INDUCED BY NITROGEN

      Plant physiology


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