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

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

      OECOLOGIA
    3. Del Hierro, AM; Kronberger, W; Richter, H
      Chloroplast movements in leaves of two evergreen sclerophyllous plants (Ilex aquifolium and Prunus laurocerasus)

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

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    5. Ross, J; Mottus, M
      Statistical treatment of sunfleck length inside willow coppice

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
    6. Vierling, LA; Wessman, CA
      Photosynthetically active radiation heterogeneity within a monodominant Congolese rain forest canopy

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
    7. Yin, ZH; Johnson, GN
      Photosynthetic acclimation of higher plants to growth in fluctuating lightenvironments

      PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
    8. Rijkers, T; Jan de Vries, PJ; Pons, TL; Bongers, F
      Photosynthetic induction in saplings of three shade-tolerant tree species:comparing understorey and gap habitats in a French Guiana rain forest

      OECOLOGIA
    9. Allen, MT; Pearcy, RW
      Stomatal versus biochemical limitations to dynamic photosynthetic performance in four tropical rainforest shrub species

      OECOLOGIA
    10. Han, QM; Yamaguchi, E; Odaka, N; Kakubari, Y
      Photosynthetic induction responses to variable light under field conditions in three species grown in the gap and understory of a Fagus crenata forest

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    11. Ernstsen, J; Woodrow, IE; Mott, KA
      Effects of growth-light quantity, growth-light quality and CO2 concentration on Rubisco deactivation during low PFD or darkness

      PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
    12. Adams, WW; Demmig-Adams, B; Logan, BA; Barker, DH; Osmond, CB
      Rapid changes in xanthophyll cycle-dependent energy dissipation and photosystem II efficiency in two vines, Stephania japonica and Smilax australis, growing in the understory of an open Eucalyptus forest

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    13. Wellnitz, T; Rinne, B
      Photosynthetic response of stream periphyton to fluctuating light regimes

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    14. Skillman, JB; Garcia, M; Winter, K
      Whole-plant consequences of Crassulacean acid metabolism for a tropical forest understory plant

      ECOLOGY
    15. Tang, YH; Kachi, N; Furukawa, A; Awang, MB
      Heterogeneity of light availability and its effects on simulated carbon gain of tree leaves in a small gap and the understory in a tropical rain forest

      BIOTROPICA
    16. Robison, SA; McCarthy, BC
      Growth responses of Carya ovata (Juglandaceae) seedlings to experimental sun patches

      AMERICAN MIDLAND NATURALIST
    17. PEARCY RW; YANG W
      THE FUNCTIONAL-MORPHOLOGY OF LIGHT CAPTURE AND CARBON GAIN IN THE REDWOOD FOREST UNDERSTOREY PLANT ADENOCAULON-BICOLOR HOOK

      Functional ecology
    18. ROSS J; SULEV M; SAARELAID P
      STATISTICAL TREATMENT OF THE PAR VARIABILITY AND ITS APPLICATION TO WILLOW COPPICE

      Agricultural and forest meteorology
    19. HORTON JL; NEUFELD HS
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC RESPONSES OF MICROSTEGIUM-VIMINEUM (TRIN.) CAMUS,A., ASHADE-TOLERANT, C-4 GRASS, TO VARIABLE LIGHT ENVIRONMENTS

      Oecologia
    20. CHEN HYH; KLINKA K
      LIGHT AVAILABILITY AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS OF PSEUDOTSUGA-MENZIESII SEEDLINGS GROWN IN THE OPEN AND IN THE FOREST UNDERSTORY

      Tree physiology
    21. YANHONG T; NAOKI K
      A MEASURING SYSTEM FOR CHARACTERIZING SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIATION OF PHOTON FLUX-DENSITY WITHIN PLANT CANOPIES

      Forest ecology and management
    22. MOTT KA; SNYDER GW; WOODROW IE
      KINETICS OF RUBISCO ACTIVATION AS DETERMINED FROM GAS-EXCHANGE MEASUREMENTS IN ANTISENSE PLANTS OF ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA CONTAINING REDUCED LEVELS OF RUBISCO ACTIVASE

      Australian journal of plant physiology
    23. WATLING JR; BALL MC; WOODROW IE
      THE UTILIZATION OF LIGHTFLECKS FOR GROWTH IN 4 AUSTRALIAN RAIN-FORESTSPECIES

      Functional ecology
    24. ERNSTSEN J; WOODROW IE; MOTT KA
      RESPONSES OF RUBISCO ACTIVATION AND DEACTIVATION RATES TO VARIATIONS IN GROWTH-LIGHT CONDITIONS

      Photosynthesis research
    25. PEARCY RW; GROSS LJ; HE D
      AN IMPROVED DYNAMIC-MODEL OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS FOR ESTIMATION OF CARBON GAIN IN SUNFLECK LIGHT REGIMES

      Plant, cell and environment
    26. OLAH R; MASAROVICOVA E
      RESPONSE OF CO2 UPTAKE, CHLOROPHYLL CONTENT, AND SOME PRODUCTIONAL FEATURES OF FOREST HERB SMYRNIUM-PERFOLIATUM L. (APIACEAE) TO DIFFERENT LIGHT CONDITIONS

      Acta Physiologiae Plantarum
    27. FLANAGAN LB; COOK CS; EHLERINGER JR
      UNUSUALLY LOW-CARBON ISOTOPE RATIOS IN PLANTS FROM HANGING GARDENS INSOUTHERN UTAH

      Oecologia
    28. VALLADARES F; ALLEN MT; PEARCY RW
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC RESPONSES TO DYNAMIC LIGHT UNDER FIELD CONDITIONS IN 6TROPICAL RAIN-FOREST SHRUBS OCCURRING ALONG A LIGHT GRADIENT

      Oecologia
    29. BERRY SC; VARNEY GT; FLANAGAN LB
      LEAF DELTA-C-13 IN PINUS-RESINOSA TREES AND UNDERSTORY PLANTS - VARIATION ASSOCIATED WITH LIGHT AND CO2 GRADIENTS

      Oecologia
    30. ZIPPERLEN SW; PRESS MC
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC INDUCTION AND STOMATAL OSCILLATIONS IN RELATION TO THELIGHT ENVIRONMENT OF 2 DIPTEROCARP RAIN-FOREST TREE SPECIES

      Journal of Ecology
    31. AMMER C; KROTZ G
      ECOLOGICAL LIGHT MEASUREMENT IN FORESTS USING THE LIGHT DEGRADATION EFFECT IN HYDROGENATED AMORPHOUS-SILICON (A-SI-H)

      Annales des Sciences Forestieres
    32. TANG YH; NAOKI K; AKIO F; AWANG M
      LIGHT REDUCTION BY REGIONAL HAZE AND ITS EFFECT ON SIMULATED LEAF PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN A TROPICAL FOREST OF MALAYSIA

      Forest ecology and management
    33. STUEFER JF; DEKROON H; DURING HJ
      EXPLOITATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL HETEROGENEITY BY SPATIAL DIVISION-OF-LABOR IN A CLONAL PLANT

      Functional ecology
    34. TONG HL; HIPPS LE
      THE EFFECT OF TURBULENCE ON THE LIGHT ENVIRONMENT OF ALFALFA

      Agricultural and forest meteorology
    35. CHEN HYH; KLINKA K; KAYAHARA GJ
      EFFECTS OF LIGHT ON GROWTH, CROWN ARCHITECTURE, AND SPECIFIC LEAF-AREA FOR NATURALLY ESTABLISHED PINUS-CONTORTA VAR LATIFOLIA AND PSEUDOTSUGA-MENZIESII VAR GLAUCA SAPLINGS

      Canadian journal of forest research
    36. OGREN E; SUNDIN U
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC RESPONSES TO VARIABLE LIGHT - A COMPARISON OF SPECIES FROM CONTRASTING HABITATS

      Oecologia
    37. KUBLER JE; RAVEN JA
      NONEQUILIBRIUM RATES OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND RESPIRATION UNDER DYNAMIC LIGHT SUPPLY

      Journal of phycology
    38. WELLES JM; COHEN S
      CANOPY STRUCTURE MEASUREMENT BY GAP FRACTION ANALYSIS USING COMMERCIAL INSTRUMENTATION

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    39. ZIPPERLEN SW; PRESS MC
      PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN RELATION TO GROWTH AND SEEDLING ECOLOGY OF 2 DIPTEROCARP RAIN-FOREST TREE SPECIES

      Journal of Ecology
    40. KUBLER JE; RAVEN JA
      INORGANIC CARBON ACQUISITION BY RED SEAWEEDS GROWN UNDER DYNAMIC LIGHT REGIMES

      Hydrobiologia
    41. HASHIMOTO R; SHIRAHATA M
      COMPARATIVE-STUDY OF LEAF CARBON GAIN IN SAPLINGS OF THUJOPSIS-DOLABRATA VAR HONDAI AND QUERCUS-MONGOLICA VAR GROSSESERRATA IN A COOL-TEMPERATE DECIDUOUS FOREST

      Ecological research
    42. ABRAMS MD; MOSTOLLER SA
      GAS-EXCHANGE, LEAF STRUCTURE AND NITROGEN IN CONTRASTING SUCCESSIONALTREE SPECIES GROWING IN OPEN AND UNDERSTORY SITES DURING A DROUGHT

      Tree physiology
    43. INTRIERI C; ZERBI G; MARCHIOL L; PONI S; CAIADO T
      PHYSIOLOGICAL-RESPONSE OF GRAPEVINE LEAVES TO LIGHTFLECKS

      Scientia horticulturae
    44. HOLT JS
      PLANT-RESPONSES TO LIGHT - A POTENTIAL TOOL FOR WEED MANAGEMENT

      Weed science
    45. DONG M
      MORPHOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO LOCAL LIGHT CONDITIONS IN CLONAL HERBS FROM CONTRASTING HABITATS, AND THEIR MODIFICATION DUE TO PHYSIOLOGICAL INTEGRATION

      Oecologia
    46. CHEN JM; CIHLAR J
      PLANT CANOPY GAP-SIZE ANALYSIS THEORY FOR IMPROVING OPTICAL MEASUREMENTS OF LEAF-AREA INDEX

      Applied optics
    47. DOKOOZLIAN NK; KLIEWER WM
      THE LIGHT ENVIRONMENT WITHIN GRAPEVINE CANOPIES .1. DESCRIPTION AND SEASONAL-CHANGES DURING FRUIT-DEVELOPMENT

      American journal of enology and viticulture
    48. EASTER MJ; SPIES TA
      USING HEMISPHERICAL PHOTOGRAPHY FOR ESTIMATING PHOTOSYNTHETIC PHOTON FLUX-DENSITY UNDER CANOPIES AND IN GAPS IN DOUGLAS-FIR FORESTS OF THE PACIFIC-NORTHWEST

      Canadian journal of forest research
    49. GANSERT D
      ROOT RESPIRATION AND ITS IMPORTANCE FOR THE CARBON BALANCE OF BEECH SAPLINGS (FAGUS-SYLVATICA L) IN A MONTANE BEECH FOREST

      Plant and soil
    50. YANHONG T; HIROSHI K; MITSUMASA S; IZUMI W
      CHARACTERISTICS OF TRANSIENT PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN QUERCUS-SERRATA SEEDLINGS GROWN UNDER LIGHTFLECK AND CONSTANT LIGHT REGIMES

      Oecologia
    51. MORDELET P
      INFLUENCE OF TREE SHADING ON CARBON ASSIMILATION OF GRASS LEAVES IN LAMTO SAVANNA, COTE-DIVOIRE

      Acta oecologica
    52. TANG YH; KOIZUMI H; WASHITANI I; IWAKI H
      A PRELIMINARY-STUDY ON THE PHOTOSYNTHETIC INDUCTION RESPONSE OF QUERCUS-SERRATA SEEDLINGS

      Journal of plant research
    53. KOIZUMI H; OSHIMA Y
      LIGHT ENVIRONMENT AND CARBON GAIN OF UNDERSTORY HERBS ASSOCIATED WITHSUNFLECKS IN A WARM TEMPERATURE DECIDUOUS FOREST IN JAPAN

      Ecological research
    54. OROZCOSEGOVIA A; SANCHEZCORONADO ME; VAZQUEZYANES C
      LIGHT ENVIRONMENT AND PHYTOCHROME-CONTROLLED GERMINATION IN PIPER-AURITUM

      Functional ecology
    55. RICH PM; CLARK DB; CLARK DA; OBERBAUER SF
      LONG-TERM STUDY OF SOLAR-RADIATION REGIMES IN A TROPICAL WET FOREST USING QUANTUM SENSORS AND HEMISPHERICAL PHOTOGRAPHY

      Agricultural and forest meteorology
    56. NYGREN P; MARAUX F; SANCHEZ GA
      SOLAR-RADIATION TRANSMISSION IN THE CANOPY OF ERYTHRINA-POEPPIGIANA (WALPERS) COOK,O.F.

      Pesquisa agropecuaria brasileira
    57. PONI S; MARCHIOL L; INTRIERI C; ZERBI G
      GAS-EXCHANGE RESPONSE OF GRAPEVINE LEAVES UNDER FLUCTUATING LIGHT

      Vitis
    58. POORTER L; OBERBAUER SF
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC INDUCTION RESPONSES OF 2 RAIN-FOREST TREE SPECIES IN RELATION TO LIGHT ENVIRONMENT

      Oecologia
    59. TINOCOOJANGUREN C; PEARCY RW
      STOMATAL DYNAMICS AND ITS IMPORTANCE TO CARBON GAIN IN 2 RAIN-FOREST PIPER SPECIES .2. STOMATAL VERSUS BIOCHEMICAL LIMITATIONS DURING PHOTOSYNTHETIC INDUCTION

      Oecologia
    60. WING SR; PATTERSON MR
      EFFECTS OF WAVE-INDUCED LIGHTFLECKS IN THE INTERTIDAL ZONE ON PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN THE MACROALGAE POSTELSIA-PALMAEFORMIS AND HEDOPHYLLUM-SESSILE (PHAEOPHYCEAE)

      Marine Biology
    61. WING SR; LEICHTER JJ; DENNY MW
      A DYNAMIC-MODEL FOR WAVE-INDUCED LIGHT FLUCTUATIONS IN A KELP FOREST

      Limnology and oceanography


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