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    1. Day, FP; Crawford, ER; Dilustro, JJ
      Aboveground plant biomass change along a coastal barrier island dune chronosequence over a six-year period

      JOURNAL OF THE TORREY BOTANICAL SOCIETY
    2. Miller, WD; Neubauer, SC; Anderson, IC
      Effects of sea level induced disturbances on high salt marsh metabolism

      ESTUARIES
    3. Mendelssohn, IA; McKee, KL; Kong, T
      A comparison of physiological indicators of sublethal cadmium stress in wetland plants

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    4. Hester, MW; Mendelssohn, IA; McKee, KL
      Species and population variation to salinity stress in Panicum hemitomon, Spartina patens, and Spartina alterniflora: morphological and physiologicalconstraints

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    5. Pezeshki, SR
      Wetland plant responses to soil flooding

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    6. La Peyre, MKG; Grace, JB; Hahn, E; Mendelssohn, IA
      The importance of competition in regulating plant species abundance along a salinity gradient

      ECOLOGY
    7. Pezeshki, SR; Anderson, PH; DeLaune, RD
      Effects of nursery pre-conditioning on Panicum hemitomon and Sagittaria lancifolia used for wetland restoration

      RESTORATION ECOLOGY
    8. Pennings, SC; Callaway, RM
      The advantages of clonal integration under different ecological conditions: A community-wide test

      ECOLOGY
    9. Chabbi, A; McKee, KL; Mendelssohn, IA
      Fate of oxygen losses from Typha domingensis (Typhaceae) and Cladium jamaicense (Cyperaceae) and consequences for root metabolism

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    10. Carter, J; Foote, AL; Johnson-Randall, LA
      Modeling the effects of nutria (Myocastor coypus) on wetland loss

      WETLANDS
    11. Sorrell, BK
      Effect of external oxygen demand on radial oxygen loss by Juncus roots in titanium citrate solutions

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    12. Kim, JD; Jugsujinda, A; Carbonell-Barrachina, AA; DeLaune, RD; Patrick, WH
      Physiological functions and methane and oxygen exchange in Koreas rice cultivars grown under controlled soil redox potential

      BOTANICAL BULLETIN OF ACADEMIA SINICA
    13. CARBONELL AK; AARABI MA; DELAUNE RD; GAMBRELL RP; PATRICK WH
      BIOAVAILABILITY AND UPTAKE OF ARSENIC BY WETLAND VEGETATION - EFFECTSON PLANT-GROWTH AND NUTRITION

      Journal of environmental science and health. Part A: Environmental science and engineering
    14. COOKE JC; LEFOR MW
      THE MYCORRHIZAL STATUS OF SELECTED PLANT-SPECIES FROM CONNECTICUT WETLANDS AND TRANSITION ZONES

      Restoration ecology
    15. SKLAR FH; BROWDER JA
      COASTAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS BROUGHT ABOUT BY ALTERATIONS TO FRESH-WATER FLOW IN THE GULF-OF-MEXICO

      Environmental management
    16. BALDWIN AH; MENDELSSOHN IA
      EFFECTS OF SALINITY AND WATER-LEVEL ON COASTAL MARSHES - AN EXPERIMENTAL TEST OF DISTURBANCE AS A CATALYST FOR VEGETATION CHANGE

      Aquatic botany
    17. CARBONELLBARRACHINA AA; AARABI MA; DELAUNE RD; GAMBRELL RP; PATRICK WH
      THE INFLUENCE OF ARSENIC CHEMICAL FORM AND CONCENTRATION ON SPARTINA PATENS AND SPARTINA-ALTERNIFLORA GROWTH AND TISSUE ARSENIC CONCENTRATION

      Plant and soil
    18. WU JL; SELISKAR DM; GALLAGHER JL
      STRESS TOLERANCE IN THE MARSH PLANE SPARTINA PATENS - IMPACT OF NACL ON GROWTH AND ROOT PLASMA-MEMBRANE LIPID-COMPOSITION

      Physiologia Plantarum
    19. BALDWIN AH; MENDELSSOHN IA
      RESPONSE OF 2 OLIGOHALINE MARSH COMMUNITIES TO LETHAL AND NONLETHAL DISTURBANCE

      Oecologia
    20. Gough, L; Grace, JB
      Effects of flooding, salinity and herbivory on coastal plant communities, Louisiana, United States

      OECOLOGIA
    21. WU JL; SELISKAR DM
      SALINITY ADAPTATION OF PLASMA-MEMBRANE H-ATPASE IN THE SALT-MARSH PLANT SPARTINA PATENS - ATP HYDROLYSIS AND ENZYME-KINETICS()

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    22. BREWER JS; LEVINE JM; BERTNESS MD
      INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF ELEVATION AND BURIAL WITH WRACK ON PLANT COMMUNITY STRUCTURE IN SOME RHODE-ISLAND SALT MARSHES

      Journal of Ecology
    23. GOUGH L; GRACE JB
      HERBIVORE EFFECTS ON PLANT-SPECIES DENSITY AT VARYING PRODUCTIVITY LEVELS

      Ecology
    24. SANCHEZ JM; OTERO XL; IZCO J
      RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN VEGETATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS INA SALT-MARSH SYSTEM ON THE COAST OF NORTHWEST SPAIN

      Plant ecology
    25. LESSMANN JM; MENDELSSOHN IA; HESTER MW; MCKEE KL
      POPULATION VARIATION IN GROWTH-RESPONSE TO FLOODING OF 3 MARSH GRASSES

      Ecological engineering
    26. JOHNSON LA; FOOTE AL
      VERTEBRATE HERBIVORY IN MANAGED COASTAL WETLANDS - A MANIPULATIVE EXPERIMENT

      Aquatic botany
    27. ASHOUR NI; SERAG MS; ELHALEEM AKA; MEKKI BB
      FORAGE PRODUCTION FROM 3 GRASS SPECIES UNDER SALINE IRRIGATION IN EGYPT

      Journal of arid environments
    28. BATZLI JM; DAWSON JO
      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF RED ALDER AND SITKA ALDER TO FLOODING

      Physiologia Plantarum
    29. HARADA Y; KAWANO S; IWASA Y
      PROBABILITY OF CLONAL IDENTITY - INFERRING THE RELATIVE SUCCESS OF SEXUAL VERSUS CLONAL REPRODUCTION FROM SPATIAL GENETIC PATTERNS

      Journal of Ecology
    30. MONTALVO AM; CONARD SG; CONKLE MT; HODGSKISS PD
      POPULATION-STRUCTURE, GENETIC DIVERSITY, AND CLONE FORMATION IN QUERCUS-CHRYSOLEPIS (FAGACEAE)

      American journal of botany
    31. JUGSUJINDA A; PRASITTIKHET J; DELAUNE RD; LINDAU CW; GAMBRELL RP
      AMMONIUM NITROGEN UPTAKE BY RICE GROWN IN ACID SULFATE SOIL UNDER CONTROLLED REDOX CONDITIONS

      Nutrient cycling in agroecosystems
    32. PEZESHKI SR; PARDUE JH; DELAUNE RD
      LEAF GAS-EXCHANGE AND GROWTH OF FLOOD-TOLERANT AND FLOOD-SENSITIVE TREE SPECIES UNDER LOW SOIL REDOX CONDITIONS

      Tree physiology
    33. BALDWIN AH; MCKEE KL; MENDELSSOHN IA
      THE INFLUENCE OF VEGETATION, SALINITY, AND INUNDATION ON SEED BANKS OF OLIGOHALINE COASTAL MARSHES

      American journal of botany
    34. PLYLER DB; PROSEUS TE
      A COMPARISON OF THE SEED DORMANCY CHARACTERISTICS OF SPARTINA PATENS AND SPARTINA-ALTERNIFLORA (PPOACEAE)

      American journal of botany
    35. STEWART CN; NILSEN ET
      PHENOTYPIC PLASTICITY AND GENETIC-VARIATION OF VACCINIUM-MACROCARPON,THE AMERICAN CRANBERRY .2. REACTION NORMS AND SPATIAL CLONAL PATTERNSIN 2 MARGINAL POPULATIONS

      International journal of plant sciences
    36. KLUDZE HK; DELAUNE RD
      GASEOUS EXCHANGE AND WETLAND PLANT-RESPONSE TO SOIL REDOX INTENSITY AND CAPACITY

      Soil Science Society of America journal
    37. SHUMWAY SW
      PHYSIOLOGICAL INTEGRATION AMONG CLONAL RAMETS DURING INVASION OF DISTURBANCE PATCHES IN A NEW-ENGLAND SALT-MARSH

      Annals of botany
    38. EWING K; MCKEE K; MENDELSSOHN I; HESTER M
      A COMPARISON OF INDICATORS OF SUBLETHAL SALINITY STRESS IN THE SALT-MARSH GRASS, SPARTINA PATENS (AIT) MUHL

      Aquatic botany
    39. WEBB EC; MENDELSSOHN IA; WILSEY BJ
      CAUSES FOR VEGETATION DIEBACK IN A LOUISIANA SALT-MARSH - A BIOASSAY APPROACH

      Aquatic botany
    40. LI XG; SELISKAR DM; MOGA JA; GALLAGHER JL
      PLANT-REGENERATION FROM CALLUS-CULTURES OF SALT-MARSH HAY, SPARTINA PATENS, AND ITS CELLULAR-BASED SALT TOLERANCE

      Aquatic botany
    41. BROOME SW; MENDELSSOHN IA; MCKEE KL
      RELATIVE GROWTH OF SPARTINA-PATENS (AIT) MUHL AND SCIRPUS-OLNEYI GRAYOCCURRING IN A MIXED STAND AS AFFECTED BY SALINITY AND FLOODING DEPTH

      Wetlands
    42. EWING K; MCKEE KL; MENDELSSOHN IA; HESTER MW
      A COMPARISON OF INDICATORS OF SUBLETHAL NUTRIENT STRESS IN THE SALT-MARSH GRASS, SPARTINA-PATENS

      Environmental and experimental botany
    43. CAHOON DR
      RECENT ACCRETION IN 2 MANAGED MARSH IMPOUNDMENTS IN COASTAL LOUISIANA

      Ecological applications
    44. OYAMA K
      LOCAL DIFFERENTIATION AMONG POPULATIONS OF ARABIS-STELLERI VAR JAPONICA IN A SAND DUNE HABITAT

      Annals of botany
    45. KLUDZE HK; PEZESHKI SR; DELAUNE RD
      EVALUATION OF ROOT OXYGENATION AND GROWTH IN BALD-CYPRESS IN RESPONSETO SHORT-TERM SOIL HYPOXIA

      Canadian journal of forest research
    46. COOKE JC; BUTLER RH; MADOLE G
      SOME OBSERVATIONS ON THE VERTICAL-DISTRIBUTION OF VESICULAR-ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAE IN ROOTS OF SALT-MARSH GRASSES GROWING IN SATURATED SOILS

      Mycologia
    47. ASPINWALL N; CHRISTIAN T
      CLONAL STRUCTURE, GENOTYPIC DIVERSITY, AND SEED PRODUCTION IN POPULATIONS OF FILIPENDULA-RUBRA (ROSACEAE) FROM THE NORTHCENTRAL UNITED-STATES

      American journal of botany


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