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    1. Ryser, R; Wahl, S
      Interspecific variation in RGR and the underlying traits among 24 grass species grown in full daylight

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    2. Aranda, I; Bergasa, LF; Gil, L; Pardos, JA
      Effects of relative irradiance on the leaf structure of Fagus sylvatica L.seedlings planted in the understory of a Pinus sylvestris L. stand after thinning

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    3. Collet, C; Lanter, O; Pardos, M
      Effects of canopy opening on height and diameter growth in naturally regenerated beech seedlings

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    4. Tonioli, M; Escarre, J; Lepart, J; Speranza, M
      Facilitation and competition affecting the regeneration of Quercus pubescens Willd.

      ECOSCIENCE
    5. Kerstiens, G
      Meta-analysis of the interaction between shade-tolerance, light environment and growth response of woody species to elevated CO2

      ACTA OECOLOGICA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    6. Koike, F
      Plant traits as predictors of woody species dominance in climax forest communities

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    7. Tremblay, NO; Larocque, GR
      Seasonal dynamics of understory vegetation in four eastern Canadian foresttypes

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    8. Le Roux, X; Walcroft, AS; Daudet, FA; Sinoquet, H; Chaves, MM; Rodrigues, A; Osorio, L
      Photosynthetic light acclimation in peach leaves: importance of changes inmass : area ratio, nitrogen concentration, and leaf nitrogen partitioning

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    9. Landhausser, SM; Lieffers, VJ
      Photosynthesis and carbon allocation of six boreal tree species grown in understory and open conditions

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    10. Gardiner, ES; Krauss, KW
      Photosynthetic light response of flooded cherrybark oak (Quercus pagoda) seedlings grown in two light regimes

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    11. Liang, NH; Tang, Y; Okuda, T
      Is elevation of carbon dioxide concentration beneficial to seedling photosynthesis in the understory of tropical rain forests?

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    12. Ewers, BE; Oren, R; Phillips, N; Stromgren, M; Linder, S
      Mean canopy stomatal conductance responses to water and nutrient availabilities in Picea abies and Pinus taeda

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Koike, T; Kitao, M; Maruyama, Y; Mori, S; Lei, TT
      Leaf morphology and photosynthetic adjustments among deciduous broad-leaved trees within the vertical canopy profile

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Grassi, G; Bagnaresi, U
      Foliar morphological and physiological plasticity in Picea abies and Abiesalba saplings along a natural light gradient

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    15. Sala, A; Carey, EV; Keane, RE; Callaway, RM
      Water use by whitebark pine and subalpine fir: potential consequences of fire exclusion in the northern Rocky Mountains

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    16. Valio, IFM
      Effects of shading and removal of plant parts on growth of Trema micranthaseedlings

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    17. Malcolm, DC; Mason, WL; Clarke, GC
      The transformation of conifer forests in Britain - regeneration, gap size and silvicultural systems

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    18. Gardiner, ES; Schweitzer, CJ; Stanturf, JA
      Photosynthesis of Nuttall oak (Quercus nuttallii Palm.) seedlings interplanted beneath an eastern cottonwood (Populus deltoides Bartr. ex Marsh.) nurse crop

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    19. Szwagrzyk, J; Szewczyk, J; Bodziarczyk, J
      Dynamics of seedling banks in beech forest: results of a 10-year study on germination, growth and survival

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    20. 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
    21. Dube, P; Fortin, MJ; Canham, CD; Marceau, DJ
      Quantifying gap dynamics at the patch mosaic level using a spatially-explicit model of a northern hardwood forest ecosystem

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    22. Garnier, E; Shipley, B; Roumet, C; Laurent, G
      A standardized protocol for the determination of specific leaf area and leaf dry matter content

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    23. Wright, IJ; Reich, PB; Westoby, M
      Strategy shifts in leaf physiology, structure and nutrient content betweenspecies of high- and low-rainfall and high- and low-nutrient habitats

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    24. Sack, L; Grubb, PJ
      Why do species of woody seedlings change rank in relative growth rate between low and high irradiance?

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    25. Naumburg, E; Ellsworth, DS; Pearcy, RW
      Crown carbon gain and elevated [CO2] responses of understorey saplings with differing allometry and architecture

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

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    27. Stanhill, G; Cohen, S
      Global dimming: a review of the evidence for a widespread and significant reduction in global radiation with discussion of its probable causes and possible agricultural consequences

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
    28. Kumar, BM; George, SJ; Suresh, TK
      Fodder grass productivity and soil fertility changes under four grass plustree associations in Kerala, India

      AGROFORESTRY SYSTEMS
    29. Keane, RE; Austin, M; Field, C; Huth, A; Lexer, MJ; Peters, D; Solomon, A; Wyckoff, P
      Tree mortality in gap models: Application to climate change

      CLIMATIC CHANGE
    30. Topa, MA; Vanderklein, DW; Corbin, A
      Effects of elevated ozone and low light on diurnal and seasonal carbon gain in sugar maple

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    31. Warren, CR; Adams, MA
      Distribution of N, Rubisco and photosynthesis in Pinus pinaster and acclimation to light

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    32. Sellin, A
      Morphological and stomatal responses of Norway spruce foliage to irradiance within a canopy depending on shoot age

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    33. Mendes, MM; Gazarini, LC; Rodrigues, ML
      Acclimation of Myrtus communis to contrasting Mediterranean light environments - effects on structure and chemical composition of foliage and plant water relations

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    34. Palmroth, S; Hari, P
      Evaluation of the importance of acclimation of needle structure, photosynthesis, and respiration to available photosynthetically active radiation in a Scots pine canopy

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    35. Caspersen, JP; Kobe, RK
      Interspecific variation in sapling mortality in relation to growth and soil moisture

      OIKOS
    36. Hattenschwiler, S
      Tree seedling growth in natural deep shade: functional traits related to interspecific variation in response to elevated CO2

      OECOLOGIA
    37. Wright, IJ; Westoby, M
      Understanding seedling growth relationships through specific leaf area andleaf nitrogen concentration: generalisations across growth forms and growth irradiance

      OECOLOGIA
    38. Naumburg, E; Ellsworth, DS; Katul, GG
      Modeling dynamic understory photosynthesis of contrasting species in ambient and elevated carbon dioxide

      OECOLOGIA
    39. Durand, LZ; Goldstein, G
      Photosynthesis, photoinhibition, and nitrogen use efficiency in native andinvasive tree ferns in Hawaii

      OECOLOGIA
    40. Figueroa, JA; Lusk, CH
      Germination requirements and seedling shade tolerance are not correlated in a Chilean temperate rain forest

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    41. Green, JJ; Newbery, DM
      Light and seed size affect establishment of grove-forming ectomycorrhizal rain forest tree species

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    42. Green, JJ; Newbery, DM
      Shade and leaf loss affect establishment of grove-forming ectomycorrhizal rain forest tree species

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    43. Sipe, TW; Bazzaz, FA
      Shoot damage effects on regeneration of maples (Acer) across an understorey-gap microenvironmental gradient

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    44. Nigh, GD
      Species-independent height-age models for British Columbia

      FOREST SCIENCE
    45. Davies, SJ
      Tree mortality and growth in 11 sympatric Macaranga species in Borneo

      ECOLOGY
    46. Dalling, JW; Winter, K; Nason, JD; Hubbell, SP; Murawski, DA; Hamrick, JL
      The unusual life history of Alseis blackiana: A shade-persistent pioneer tree?

      ECOLOGY
    47. Niinemets, U
      Global-scale climatic controls of leaf dry mass per area, density, and thickness in trees and shrubs

      ECOLOGY
    48. Ter Steege, H; Hammond, DS
      Character convergence, diversity, and disturbance in tropical rain forest in Guyana

      ECOLOGY
    49. Olesen, T
      Architecture of a cool-temperate rain forest canopy

      ECOLOGY
    50. Khurana, E; Singh, JS
      Ecology of tree seed and seedlings: Implications for tropical forest conservation and restoration

      CURRENT SCIENCE
    51. de Souza, RP; Valio, IFM
      Seed size, seed germination, and seedling survival of Brazilian tropical tree species differing in successional status

      BIOTROPICA
    52. Horvitz, CC; Koop, A
      Removal of nonnative vines and post-hurricane recruitment in tropical hardwood forests of Florida

      BIOTROPICA
    53. Longbrake, ACW; McCarthy, BC
      Biomass allocation and resprouting ability of princess tree (Paulownia tomentosa : Scrophulariaceae) across a light gradient

      AMERICAN MIDLAND NATURALIST
    54. Nilsen, ET; Clinton, BD; Lei, TT; Miller, OK; Semones, SW; Walker, JF
      Does Rhododendron maximum L. (Ericaceae) reduce the availability of resources above and belowground for canopy tree seedlings?

      AMERICAN MIDLAND NATURALIST
    55. Lieffers, VJ; Landhausser, SM; Hogg, EH
      Is the wide distribution of aspen a result of its stress tolerance?

      SUSTAINING ASPEN IN WESTERN LANDSCAPES: SYMPOSIUM PROCEEDINGS
    56. Hattenschwiler, S; Korner, C
      Tree seedling responses to in situ CO2-enrichment differ among species anddepend on understorey light availability

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    57. Messier, C; Nikinmaa, E
      Effects of light availability and sapling size on the growth, biomass allocation, and crown morphology of understory sugar maple, yellow birch, and beech

      ECOSCIENCE
    58. Knapp, LB; Canham, CD
      Invasion of an old-growth forest in New York by Ailanthus altissima: sapling growth and recruitment in canopy gaps

      JOURNAL OF THE TORREY BOTANICAL SOCIETY
    59. Lewis, JD; McKane, RB; Tingey, DT; Beedlow, PA
      Vertical gradients in photosynthetic light response within an old-growth Douglas-fir and western hemlock canopy

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    60. Kazda, M; Salzer, J; Reiter, I
      Photosynthetic capacity in relation to nitrogen in the canopy of a Quercusrobur, Fraxinus angustifolia and Tilia cordata flood plain forest

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    61. Tang, YH; Liang, NS
      Characterization of the photosynthetic induction response in a Populus species with stomata barely responding to light changes

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    62. Yoshida, T; Kamitani, T
      Interspecific competition among three canopy-tree species in a mixed-species even-aged forest of central Japan

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    63. Finzi, AC; Canham, CD
      Sapling growth in response to light and nitrogen availability in a southern New England forest

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    64. Khurana, E; Singh, JS
      Influence of seed size on seedling growth of Albizia procera under different soil water levels

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    65. Lusk, CH; Matus, F
      Juvenile tree growth rates and species sorting on fine-scale soil fertility gradients in a Chilean temperate rain forest

      JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY
    66. Becker, P
      Competition in the regeneration niche between conifers and angiosperms: Bond's slow seedling hypothesis

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    67. Walters, MB; Reich, PB
      Trade-offs in low-light CO2 exchange: a component of variation in shade tolerance among cold temperate tree seedlings

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    68. Wright, IJ; Westoby, M
      Cross-species relationships between seedling relative growth rate, nitrogen productivity and root vs leaf function in 28 Australian woody species

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    69. Klich, MG
      Leaf variations in Elaeagnus angustifolia related to environmental heterogeneity

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    70. Duarte, LD; Dillenburg, LR
      Ecophysiological responses of Araucaria angustifolia (Araucariaceae) seedlings to different irradiance levels

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    71. Beaudet, M; Messier, C; Hilbert, DW; Lo, E; Wang, ZM; Lechowicz, MJ
      Leaf- and plant-level carbon gain in yellow birch, sugar maple, and beech seedlings from contrasting forest light environments

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    72. Wright, EF; Canham, CD; Coates, KD
      Effects of suppression and release on sapling growth for 11 tree species of northern, interior British Columbia

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    73. Wyckoff, PH; Clark, JS
      Predicting tree mortality from diameter growth: a comparison of maximum likelihood and Bayesian approaches

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    74. Rogers, WE; Nijjer, S; Smith, CL; Siemann, E
      Effects of resources and herbivory on leaf morphology and physiology of Chinese tallow (Sapium sebiferum) tree seedlings

      TEXAS JOURNAL OF SCIENCE
    75. Kidson, R; Westoby, M
      Seed mass and seedling dimensions in relation to seedling establishment

      OECOLOGIA
    76. Lusk, CH; Reich, PB
      Relationships of leaf dark respiration with light environment and tissue nitrogen content in juveniles of 11 cold-temperate tree species

      OECOLOGIA
    77. Naumburg, E; Ellsworth, DS
      Photosynthesis sunfleck utilization potential of understory saplings growing under elevated CO2 in FACE

      OECOLOGIA
    78. DeLucia, EH; Thomas, RB
      Photosynthetic responses to CO2 enrichment of four hardwood species in a forest understory

      OECOLOGIA
    79. Valladares, F; Martinez-Ferri, E; Balaguer, L; Perez-Corona, E; Manrique, E
      Low leaf-level response to light and nutrients in Mediterranean evergreen oaks: a conservative resource-use strategy?

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    80. Catovsky, S; Bazzaz, FA
      The role of resource interactions and seedling regeneration in maintaininga positive feedback in hemlock stands

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    81. Walters, MB; Reich, PB
      Seed size, nitrogen supply, and growth rate affect tree seedling survival in deep shade

      ECOLOGY
    82. Valladares, F; Wright, SJ; Lasso, E; Kitajima, K; Pearcy, RW
      Plastic phenotypic response to light of 16 congeneric shrubs from a Panamanian rainforest

      ECOLOGY
    83. Coomes, DA; Grubb, PJ
      Impacts of root competition in forests and woodlands: A theoretical framework and review of experiments

      ECOLOGICAL MONOGRAPHS
    84. Antos, JA; Parish, R; Conley, K
      Age structure and growth of the tree-seedling bank in subalpine spruce-firforests of south-central British Columbia

      AMERICAN MIDLAND NATURALIST
    85. Escudero, A; Iriondo, JM; Olano, JM; Rubio, A; Somolinos, RC
      Factors affecting establishment of a gypsophyte: The case of Lepidium subulatum (Brassicaceae)

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    86. Ryser, P; Eek, L
      Consequences of phenotypic plasticity vs. interspecific differences in leaf and root traits for acquisition of aboveground and belowground resources

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    87. Cao, KF; Ohkubo, T
      Suppression and release during canopy recruitment in Fagus crenata and Acer mono in two old-growth beech forests in Japan

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    88. Catovsky, S; Bazzaz, FA
      Elevated CO2 influences the responses of two birch species to soil moisture: implications for forest community structure

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    89. Kneeshaw, DD; Bergeron, Y
      Spatial and temporal patterns of seedling and sapling recruitment within canopy gaps caused by spruce budworm

      ECOSCIENCE
    90. Niinemets, U; Kull, O; Tenhunen, JD
      Variability in leaf morphology and chemical composition as a function of canopy light environment in coexisting deciduous trees

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    91. Niinemets, U; Sober, A; Kull, O; Hartung, W; Tenhunen, JD
      Apparent controls on leaf conductance by soil water availability and via light-acclimation of foliage structural and physiological properties in a mixed deciduous, temperate forest

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    92. 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
    93. 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
    94. Niinemets, U; Bilger, W; Kull, O; Tenhunen, JD
      Responses of foliar photosynthetic electron transport, pigment stoichiometry, and stomatal conductance to interacting environmental factors in a mixed species forest canopy

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    95. Liptzin, D; Ashton, PMS
      Early-successional dynamics of single-aged mixed hardwood stands in a southern New England forest, USA

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    96. Yoshida, T; Kamitani, T
      Growth of a shade-intolerant tree species, Phellodendran amurense, as a component of a mixed-species coppice forest of central Japan

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    97. Roderick, ML; Berry, SL; Noble, IR; Farquhar, GD
      A theoretical approach to linking the composition and morphology with the function of leaves

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    98. Ryser, P; Aeschlimann, U
      Proportional dry-mass content as an underlying trait for the variation in relative growth rate among 22 Eurasian populations of Dactylis glomerata s.l.

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    99. Poorter, L
      Growth responses of 15 rain-forest tree species to a light gradient: the relative importance of morphological and physiological traits

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    100. Niinemets, U; Oja, V; Kull, O
      Shape of leaf photosynthetic electron transport versus temperature response curve is not constant along canopy light gradients in temperate deciduoustrees

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT


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