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    1. Sterck, FJ; Bongers, F; Newbery, DM
      Tree architecture in a Bornean lowland rain forest: intraspecific and interspecific patterns

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    2. Menalled, FD; Kelty, MJ
      Crown structure and biomass allocation strategies of three juvenile tropical tree species

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    3. Chevallier-Redor, N; Verheyden-Tixier, H; Verdier, M; Dumont, B
      Foraging behaviour of red deer Cervus elaphus as a function of the relative availability of two tree species

      ANIMAL RESEARCH
    4. Vandana; Mittal, R
      Matrix effects during potassium and calcium determinations in rice saplings using X-ray spectrometery

      APPLIED RADIATION AND ISOTOPES
    5. Henskens, FL; Battaglia, M; Cherry, ML; Beadle, CL
      Physiological basis of spacing effects on tree growth and form in Eucalyptus globulus

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    6. Lavigne, MB; Little, CHA; Major, JE
      Increasing the sink : source balance enhances photosynthetic rate of 1-year-old balsam fir foliage by increasing allocation of mineral nutrients

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    7. Duchesneau, R; Lesage, I; Messier, C; Morin, H
      Effects of light and intraspecific competition on growth and crown morphology of two size classes of understory balsam fir saplings

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    8. Nitta, I; Ohsawa, M
      Geographical transition of sylleptic/proleptic branching in three Cinnamomum species with different bud types

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    9. Millard, P; Hester, A; Wendler, R; Baillie, G
      Interspecific defoliation responses of trees depend on sites of winter nitrogen storage

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    10. Poorter, L
      Light-dependent changes in biomass allocation and their importance for growth of rain forest tree species

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    11. Nishimura, TB; Suzuki, E
      Allometric differentiation among tropical tree seedlings in heath and peat-swamp forests

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    12. Di Giusto, B; Anstett, MC; Dounias, E; McKey, DB
      Variation in the effectiveness of biotic defence: the case of an opportunistic ant-plant protection mutualism

      OECOLOGIA
    13. Sposito, TC; Santos, FAM
      Scaling of stem and crown in eight Cecropia (Cecropiaceae) species of Brazil

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    14. Reynolds, JL; Feinstein, TN; Ebersole, JJ
      Sexual reproduction of Gambel oak (Quercus gambelii) near its northeasternlimit

      WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN NATURALIST
    15. Booth, BD; Larson, DW
      Constraints on the assembly of cliff communities at the seedling stage

      ECOSCIENCE
    16. Mou, P; Warrillow, MP
      Ice storm damage to a mixed hardwood forest and its impacts on forest regeneration in the ridge and valley region of southwestern Virginia

      JOURNAL OF THE TORREY BOTANICAL SOCIETY
    17. Yagi, T
      Morphology and biomass allocation of current-year shoots of ten tall tree species in cool temperate Japan

      JOURNAL OF PLANT RESEARCH
    18. Suzuki, M; Hiura, T
      Allometric differences between current-year shoots and large branches of deciduous broad-leaved tree species

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    19. Opio, C; Jacob, N; Coopersmith, D
      Height to diameter ratio as a competition index for young conifer plantations in northern British Columbia, Canada

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    20. Collin, P; Epron, D; Alaoui-Sosse, B; Badot, PM
      Growth responses of common ash seedlings (Fraxinus excelsior L.) to total and partial defoliation

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    21. Yamada, T; Yamakura, T; Lee, HS
      Architectural and allometric differences among Scaphium species are related to microhabitat preferences

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    22. Parker, WC; Mohammed, GH
      Photosynthetic acclimation of shade-grown red pine (Pinus resinosa Ait.) seedlings to a high light environment

      NEW FORESTS
    23. Ishii, H; Reynolds, JH; Ford, ED; Shaw, DC
      Height growth and vertical development of an old-growth Pseudotsuga-Tsuga forest in southwestern Washington State, USA

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    24. Nathan, R; Safriel, UN; Noy-Meir, I; Schiller, G
      Spatiotemporal variation in seed dispersal and recruitment near and far from Pinus halepensis trees

      ECOLOGY
    25. Garcia, D; Zamora, R; Hodar, JA; Gomez, JM; Castro, J
      Yew (Taxus baccata L.) regeneration is facilitated by fleshy-fruited shrubs in Mediterranean environments

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    26. Sterck, FJ
      Crown development in tropical rain forest trees in gaps and understorey

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    27. Moyersoen, B; Fitter, AH
      Presence of arbuscular mycorrhizas in typically ectomycorrhizal host species from Cameroon and New Zealand

      MYCORRHIZA
    28. Utsugi, H
      Angle distribution of foliage in individual Chamaecyparis obtuse canopies and effect of angle on diffuse light penetration

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    29. Mohammed, GH; Parker, WC
      Photosynthetic acclimation in eastern hemlock [Tsuga canadensis (L.) Carr.] seedlings following transfer of shade-grown seedlings to high light

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    30. Yagi, T; Kikuzawa, K
      Patterns in size-related variations in current-year shoot structure in eight deciduous tree species

      JOURNAL OF PLANT RESEARCH
    31. Cochran, PH; Barrett, JW
      Thirty-five-year growth of ponderosa pine saplings in response to thinningand understory removal.

      USDA FOREST SERVICE PACIFIC NORTHWEST RESEARCH STATION RESEARCH PAPER
    32. Basset, Y
      Diversity and abundance of insect herbivores foraging on seedlings in a rainforest in Guyana

      ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    33. Novotny, V; Basset, Y; Auga, J; Boen, W; Dal, C; Drozd, P; Kasbal, M; Isua, B; Kutil, R; Manumbor, M; Molem, K
      Predation risk for herbivorous insects on tropical vegetation: A search for enemy-free space and time

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    34. Sterck, FJ; Clark, DB; Clark, DA; Bongers, F
      Light fluctuations, crown traits, and response delays for tree saplings ina Costa Rican lowland rain forest

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    35. McLaughlin, S; Percy, K
      Forest health in North America: Some perspectives on actual and potential roles of climate and air pollution

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    36. Saenz, G; Finegan, B; Guariguata, M
      Sapling growth and mortality of seven tree species in an altered very moist tropical forest, Costa Rica

      REVISTA DE BIOLOGIA TROPICAL
    37. Thomas, DS; Eamus, D; Bell, D
      Optimization theory of stomatal behaviour - II. Stomatal responses of several tree species of north Australia to changes in light, soil and atmospheric water content and temperature

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    38. Setua, GC; Sudhakar, P; Kar, R; Das, NK; Ghosh, JK
      Effect of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal association on 'S 1' mulberry (Morus sp) at nursery stage

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
    39. Messier, C; Parent, S; Chengaou, M; Beaulieu, J
      Juvenile growth and crown morphological plasticity of eastern white pines (Pinus strobus L.) planted along a natural light gradient: Results after six years

      FORESTRY CHRONICLE
    40. Rose, R; Ketchum, JS; Hanson, DE
      Three-year survival and growth of Douglas-fir seedlings under various vegetation-free regimes

      FOREST SCIENCE
    41. Begin, C; Filion, L
      Black spruce (Picea marianna) architecture

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    42. NIINEMETS U
      GROWTH OF YOUNG TREES OF ACER-PLATANOIDES AND QUERCUS-ROBUR ALONG A GAP-UNDERSTORY CONTINUUM - INTERRELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ALLOMETRY, BIOMASS PARTITIONING, NITROGEN, AND SHADE TOLERANCE

      International journal of plant sciences
    43. PROFFITT CE; DEVLIN DJ
      ARE THERE CUMULATIVE EFFECTS IN RED MANGROVES FROM OIL-SPILLS DURING SEEDLING AND SAPLING STAGES

      Ecological applications
    44. DIAMANTIDES ND
      LONG-TERM SOLAR-ACTIVITY AND TERRESTRIAL CONNECTIONS - PART II - AT THE BECKON OF THE SUN

      Annales geophysicae
    45. GENARD M; PAGES L; KERVELLA J
      A CARBON BALANCE MODEL OF PEACH-TREE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT FOR STUDYING THE PRUNING RESPONSE

      Tree physiology
    46. COLLET C; NINGRE F; FROCHOT H
      MODIFYING THE MICROCLIMATE AROUND YOUNG OAKS THROUGH VEGETATION MANIPULATION - EFFECTS ON SEEDLING GROWTH AND BRANCHING

      Forest ecology and management
    47. CHEN HYH; KLINKA K
      SURVIVAL, GROWTH, AND ALLOMETRY OF PLANTED LARIX OCCIDENTALIS SEEDLINGS IN RELATION TO LIGHT AVAILABILITY

      Forest ecology and management
    48. GRUBER F
      PREFORMED AND NEOFORMED SYLLEPSIS AND PROLEPSIS OF EUROPEAN BEECH - FAGUS-SYLVATICA L

      Flora
    49. KING DA
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CROWN ARCHITECTURE AND BRANCH ORIENTATION IN RAIN-FOREST TREES

      Annals of botany (Print)
    50. PRUSINKIEWICZ P
      MODELING OF SPATIAL STRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT OF PLANTS - A REVIEW

      Scientia horticulturae
    51. COOMES DA; GRUBB PJ
      A COMPARISON OF 12 TREE SPECIES OF AMAZONIAN CAATINGA USING GROWTH-RATES IN GAPS AND UNDERSTOREY, AND ALLOMETRIC RELATIONSHIPS

      Functional ecology
    52. SCHNEIDER WG; KNOWE SA; HARRINGTON TB
      PREDICTING SURVIVAL OF PLANTED DOUGLAS-FIR AND PONDEROSA PINE-SEEDLINGS ON DRY, LOW-ELEVATION SITES IN SOUTHWESTERN OREGON

      New forests
    53. BEAUDET M; MESSIER C
      GROWTH AND MORPHOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF YELLOW BIRCH, SUGAR MAPLE, AND BEECH SEEDLINGS GROWING UNDER A NATURAL LIGHT GRADIENT

      Canadian journal of forest research (Print)
    54. SEIWA K
      ADVANTAGES OF EARLY GERMINATION FOR GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF SEEDLINGS OF ACER-MONO UNDER DIFFERENT OVERSTORY PHENOLOGIES IN DECIDUOUS BROAD-LEAVED FORESTS

      Journal of Ecology
    55. HALL RBW; HARCOMBE PA
      FLOODING ALTERS APPARENT POSITION OF FLOODPLAIN SAPLINGS ON A LIGHT GRADIENT

      Ecology
    56. PUNTIERI J; BARTHELEMY D; MARTINEZ P; RAFFAELE E; BRION C
      ANNUAL-SHOOT GROWTH AND BRANCHING PATTERNS IN NOTHOFAGUS-DOMBEYI (FAGACEAE)

      Canadian journal of botany
    57. Bartlett, GA; Remphrey, WR
      The effect of reduced quantities of photosynthetically active radiation onFraxinus pennsylvanica growth and architecture

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    58. KOESTEL G; RANKINDEMERONA JM
      PHYSICAL DAMAGE ON TROPICAL TREE SAPLINGS - QUANTIFICATION AND CONSEQUENCES FOR COMPETITION THROUGH HEIGHT GROWTH IN A NEOTROPICAL RAIN-FOREST OF FRENCH-GUIANA

      Annales des Sciences Forestieres
    59. OBERBAUER SF; NOUDALI M
      POTENTIAL CARBON GAIN OF SHINGLE LEAVES IN JUVENILES OF THE VINE MONSTERA-TENUIS (ARACEAE) IN COSTA-RICA

      American journal of botany
    60. STERCK FJ; BONGERS F
      ONTOGENIC CHANGES IN SIZE, ALLOMETRY, AND MECHANICAL DESIGN OF TROPICAL RAIN-FOREST TREES

      American journal of botany
    61. SUMIDA A; KOMIYAMA A
      CROWN SPREAD PATTERNS FOR 5 DECIDUOUS BROAD-LEAVED WOODY SPECIES - ECOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE RETENTION PATTERNS OF LARGER BRANCHES

      Annals of botany
    62. NIKLAS KJ
      SIZE-DEPENDENT AND AGE-DEPENDENT VARIATION IN THE PROPERTIES OF SAPWOOD AND HEARTWOOD IN BLACK LOCUST (ROBINIA-PSEUDOACACIA L)

      Annals of botany
    63. YAMAMURA K
      OPTIMALITY IN THE SPATIAL LEAF DISTRIBUTION OF THE WEED PORTULACA-OLERACEA L

      Ecological modelling
    64. SUMIDA A; ITO H; ISAGI Y
      TRADE-OFF BETWEEN HEIGHT GROWTH AND STEM DIAMETER GROWTH FOR AN EVERGREEN-OAK, QUERCUS-GLAUCA, IN A MIXED HARDWOOD-FOREST

      Functional ecology
    65. MARTINLAURENT F; LEE SK; THAM FY; HE J; DIEM HG; DURAND P
      A NEW APPROACH TO ENHANCE GROWTH AND NODULATION OF ACACIA-MANGIUM THROUGH AEROPONIC CULTURE

      Biology and fertility of soils
    66. CHEN HYH
      INTERSPECIFIC RESPONSES OF PLANTED SEEDLINGS TO LIGHT AVAILABILITY ININTERIOR BRITISH-COLUMBIA - SURVIVAL, GROWTH, ALLOMETRIC PATTERNS, AND SPECIFIC LEAF-AREA

      Canadian journal of forest research
    67. DIFAZIO SP; VANCE NC; WILSON MV
      STROBILUS PRODUCTION AND GROWTH OF PACIFIC YEW UNDER A RANGE OF OVERSTORY CONDITIONS IN WESTERN OREGON

      Canadian journal of forest research
    68. KNOWE SA; STEIN WI; SHAINSKY LJ
      PREDICTING GROWTH-RESPONSE OF SHRUBS TO CLEAR-CUTTING AND SITE PREPARATION IN COASTAL OREGON FORESTS

      Canadian journal of forest research
    69. SCHABERG PG; PERKINS TD; MCNULTY SG
      EFFECTS OF CHRONIC LOW-LEVEL N ADDITIONS ON FOLIAR ELEMENTAL CONCENTRATIONS, MORPHOLOGY, AND GAS-EXCHANGE OF MATURE MONTANE RED SPRUCE

      Canadian journal of forest research
    70. BRYANT KN; FOWLKES AJ; MUSTAFA SF; ONEIL BJ; OSTERMAN AC; SMITH TM; SHEPARD MR; WOOSLEY RS; BUTCHER DJ
      DETERMINATION OF ALUMINUM, CALCIUM, AND MAGNESIUM IN FRASER FIR, BALSAM FIR, AND RED SPRUCE FOLIAGE AND SOIL FROM THE SOUTHERN AND MIDDLE APPALACHIANS

      Microchemical journal
    71. CONWAY DW; PARKER AJ; PARKER KC
      UNDERSTORY LIGHT REGIME, SHRUB LAYER AND SAND PINE (PINUS-CLAUSA) REGENERATION IN 4 SCRUB STANDS

      The American midland naturalist
    72. MYRE R; CAMIRE C
      THE EFFECT OF CROWN POSITION AND DATE OF SAMPLING ON BIOMASS, NUTRIENT CONCENTRATIONS AND CONTENTS OF NEEDLES AND SHOOTS IN EUROPEAN LARCH

      Trees
    73. YAMADA T; SUZUKI E
      ONTOGENIC CHANGE IN LEAF SHAPE AND CROWN FORM OF A TROPICAL TREE, SCAPHIUM-MACROPODUM (STERCULIACEAE) IN BORNEO

      Journal of plant research
    74. CLAUSSEN JW
      ACCLIMATION ABILITIES OF 3 TROPICAL RAIN-FOREST SEEDLINGS TO AN INCREASE IN LIGHT-INTENSITY

      Forest ecology and management
    75. KRAUSE SC; RAFFA KF
      DEFOLIATION TOLERANCE AFFECTS THE SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL DISTRIBUTIONS OF LARCH SAWFLY AND NATURAL ENEMY POPULATIONS

      Ecological entomology
    76. TAKAHASHI K
      PLASTIC RESPONSE OF CROWN ARCHITECTURE TO CROWDING IN UNDERSTOREY TREES OF 2 CO-DOMINATING CONIFERS

      Annals of botany
    77. KAITANIEMI P; HONKANEN T
      SIMULATING SOURCE-SINK CONTROL OF CARBON AND NUTRIENT TRANSLOCATION IN A MODULAR PLANT

      Ecological modelling
    78. THOMAS SC
      REPRODUCTIVE ALLOMETRY IN MALAYSIAN RAIN-FOREST TREES - BIOMECHANICS VERSUS OPTIMAL ALLOCATION

      Evolutionary ecology
    79. AIBA SI; KOHYAMA T
      TREE SPECIES STRATIFICATION IN RELATION TO ALLOMETRY AND DEMOGRAPHY IN A WARM-TEMPERATE RAIN-FOREST

      Journal of Ecology
    80. THOMAS SC
      ASYMPTOTIC HEIGHT AS A PREDICTOR OF GROWTH AND ALLOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS MALAYSIAN RAIN-FOREST TREES

      American journal of botany
    81. KOBE RK; PACALA SW; SILANDER JA; CANHAM CD
      JUVENILE TREE SURVIVORSHIP AS A COMPONENT OF SHADE TOLERANCE

      Ecological applications
    82. ALEXANDER JD; DONNELLY JR; SHANE JB
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC AND TRANSPIRATIONAL RESPONSES OF RED SPRUCE UNDERSTORYTREES TO LIGHT AND TEMPERATURE

      Tree physiology
    83. VANMIEGROET H
      INORGANIC NITROGEN DETERMINED BY LABORATORY AND FIELD EXTRACTIONS OF 2 FOREST SOILS

      Soil Science Society of America journal
    84. LUNDQVIST L
      SIMULATION OF SAPLING POPULATION-DYNAMICS IN UNEVEN-AGED PICEA-ABIES FORESTS

      Annals of botany
    85. NIKLAS KJ
      SIZE-DEPENDENT ALLOMETRY OF TREE HEIGHT, DIAMETER AND TRUNK-TAPER

      Annals of botany
    86. VANDAM D; VANBREEMEN N
      NICCCE - A MODEL FOR CYCLING OF NITROGEN AND CARBON ISOTOPES IN CONIFEROUS FOREST ECOSYSTEMS

      Ecological modelling
    87. EDWARDS GS; SHERMAN RE; KELLY JM
      RED SPRUCE AND LOBLOLLY-PINE NUTRITIONAL RESPONSES TO ACIDIC PRECIPITATION AND OZONE

      Environmental pollution
    88. KNOWE SA; STEIN WI
      PREDICTING THE EFFECTS OF SITE PREPARATION AND PROTECTION ON DEVELOPMENT OF YOUNG DOUGLAS-FIR PLANTATIONS

      Canadian journal of forest research
    89. DUNLAP JM; HEILMAN PE; STETTLER RF
      GENETIC-VARIATION AND PRODUCTIVITY OF POPULUS-TRICHOCARPA AND ITS HYBRIDS .8. LEAF AND CROWN MORPHOLOGY OF NATIVE POPULUS-TRICHOCARPA CLONES FROM 4 RIVER VALLEYS IN WASHINGTON

      Canadian journal of forest research
    90. HIROSE T; WERGER MJA
      CANOPY STRUCTURE AND PHOTON FLUX PARTITIONING AMONG SPECIES IN A HERBACEOUS PLANT COMMUNITY

      Ecology
    91. CLAUSSEN JW; MAYCOCK CR
      STEM ALLOMETRY IN A NORTH QUEENSLAND TROPICAL RAIN-FOREST

      Biotropica
    92. TAKENAKA A
      EFFECTS OF LEAF BLADE NARROWNESS AND PETIOLE LENGTH ON THE LIGHT CAPTURE EFFICIENCY OF A SHOOT

      Ecological research
    93. KNOWE SA
      EFFECT OF COMPETITION CONTROL TREATMENTS ON HEIGHT AGE AND HEIGHT DIAMETER RELATIONSHIPS IN YOUNG DOUGLAS-FIR PLANTATIONS

      Forest ecology and management
    94. MAJOR JE; GROSSNICKLE SC; ARNOTT JT
      INFLUENCE OF DORMANCY INDUCTION TREATMENTS ON THE PHOTOSYNTHETIC RESPONSE OF FIELD PLANTED WESTERN HEMLOCK SEEDLINGS

      Forest ecology and management
    95. MAGUIRE DA; MOEUR M; BENNETT WS
      MODELS FOR DESCRIBING BASAL DIAMETER AND VERTICAL-DISTRIBUTION OF PRIMARY BRANCHES IN YOUNG DOUGLAS-FIR

      Forest ecology and management
    96. FENSHAM RJ
      PHYTOPHAGOUS INSECT WOODY SPROUT INTERACTIONS IN TROPICAL EUCALYPT FOREST .1. INSECT HERBIVORY

      Australian journal of ecology
    97. GENARD M; PAGES L; KERVELLA J
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SYLLEPTIC BRANCHING AND COMPONENTS OF PARENT SHOOT DEVELOPMENT IN THE PEACH-TREE

      Annals of botany
    98. JOHNSON AH; SCHWARTZMAN TN; BATTLES JJ; MILLER R; MILLER EK; FRIEDLAND AJ; VANN DR
      ACID-RAIN AND SOILS OF THE ADIRONDACKS .2. EVALUATION OF CALCIUM AND ALUMINUM AS CAUSES OF RED SPRUCE DECLINE AT WHITEFACE MOUNTAIN, NEW-YORK

      Canadian journal of forest research
    99. FUNK C; LEWINSOHN E; VOGEL BS; STEELE CL; CROTEAU R
      REGULATION OF OLEORESINOSIS IN GRAND FIR (ABIES-GRANDIS) - COORDINATEINDUCTION OF MONOTERPENE AND DITERPENE CYCLASES AND 2 CYTOCHROME-P450DEPENDENT DITERPENOID HYDROXYLASES BY STEM WOUNDING

      Plant physiology
    100. WHITEHEAD D; KELLIHER FM; LANE PM; POLLOCK DS
      SEASONAL PARTITIONING OF EVAPORATION BETWEEN TREES AND UNDERSTOREY INA WIDELY SPACED PINUS-RADIATA STAND

      Journal of Applied Ecology


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