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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. Terwilliger, VJ; Kitajima, K; Le Roux-Swarthout, DJ; Mulkey, S; Wright, SJ
      Influences of heterotrophic and autotrophic resource use on carbon and hydrogen isotopic compositions of tropical tree leaves

      ISOTOPES IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND HEALTH STUDIES
    3. Deshpande, AU; Apte, GS; Bahulikar, RA; Lagu, MD; Kulkarni, BG; Suresh, HS; Singh, NP; Rao, MKV; Gupta, VS; Pant, A; Ranjekar, PK
      Genetic diversity across natural populations of three montane plant species from the Western Ghats, India revealed by intersimple sequence repeats

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    4. Callado, CH; Neto, SJD; Scarano, FR; Barros, CF; Costa, CG
      Anatomical features of growth rings in flood-prone trees of the Atlantic rain forest in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

      IAWA JOURNAL
    5. Ogata, Y; Nobuchi, T; Fujita, M; Sahri, MH
      Growth rings and tree growth in young para rubber trees from Peninsular Malaysia

      IAWA JOURNAL
    6. Bigelow, S
      Evapotranspiration modelled from stands of three broad-leaved tropical trees in Costa Rica

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    7. Borchert, R; Rivera, G
      Photoperiodic control of seasonal development and dormancy in tropical stem-succulent trees

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

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    9. Arndt, SK; Clifford, SC; Wanek, W; Jones, HG; Popp, M
      Physiological and morphological adaptations of the fruit tree Ziziphus rotundifolia in response to progressive drought stress

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    10. Soehartono, T; Newton, AC
      Reproductive ecology of Aquilaria spp. in Indonesia

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    11. Nichols, JD; Rosemeyer, ME; Carpenter, FL; Kettler, J
      Intercropping legume trees with native timber trees rapidly restores coverto eroded tropical pasture without fertilization

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    12. Enquist, BJ; Leffler, AJ
      Long-term tree ring chronologies from sympatric tropical dry-forest trees:individualistic responses to climatic variation

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    13. Kiviniemi, K
      Evolution of recruitment features in plants: a comparative study of species in the Rosaceae

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

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    15. Rajora, OP; Rahman, MH; Dayanandan, S; Mosseler, A
      Isolation, characterization, inheritance and linkage of microsatellite DNAmarkers in white spruce (Picea glauca) and their usefulness in other spruce species

      MOLECULAR AND GENERAL GENETICS
    16. Pitman, NCA; Terborgh, JW; Silman, MR; Nunez, P; Neill, DA; Ceron, CE; Palacios, WA; Aulestia, M
      Dominance and distribution of tree species in upper Amazonian terra firme forests

      ECOLOGY
    17. Stacy, EA
      Cross-fertility in two tropical tree species: Evidence of inbreeding depression within populations and genetic divergence among populations

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    18. Rocheleau, AF; Houle, G
      Different cost of reproduction for the males and females of the rare dioecious shrub Corema conradii (Empetraceae)

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    19. Hattenschwiler, S; Korner, C
      Tree seedling responses to in situ CO2-enrichment differ among species anddepend on understorey light availability

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    20. 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
    21. Guariguata, MR
      Seed and seedling ecology of tree species in neotropical secondary forests: Management implications

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    22. Bauch, J; Dunisch, O
      Comparison of growth dynamics and wood characteristics of plantation-grownand primary forest Carapa guianensis in Central Amazonia

      IAWA JOURNAL
    23. 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
    24. Debski, I; Burslem, DFRP; Lamb, D
      Ecological processes maintaining differential tree species distributions in an Australian subtropical rain forest: implications for models of speciescoexistence

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    25. Parolin, P
      Seed mass in Amazonian floodplain forests with contrasting nutrient supplies

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    26. Marques, TCLLDEM; Moreira, FMD; Siqueira, JO
      Growth and metal concentration of seedlings of woody species in a heavy metal contaminated soil

      PESQUISA AGROPECUARIA BRASILEIRA
    27. Rossetto, M; Harriss, FCL; Mclauchlan, A; Henry, RJ; Baverstock, PR; Lee, LS
      Interspecific amplification of tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia Myrtaceae)microsatellite loci potential implications for conservation studies

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    28. Ortiz-Pulido, R; Rico-Gray, V
      The effect of spatio-temporal variation in understanding the fruit crop size hypothesis

      OIKOS
    29. Jakobsson, A; Eriksson, O
      A comparative study of seed number, seed size, seedling size and recruitment in grassland plants

      OIKOS
    30. Lyal, CHC; Curran, LM
      Seed-feeding beetles of the weevil tribe Mecysolobini (Insecta : Coleoptera : Curculionidae) developing in seeds of trees in the Dipterocarpaceae

      JOURNAL OF NATURAL HISTORY
    31. Ackerly, DD
      Taxon sampling, correlated evolution, and independent contrasts

      EVOLUTION
    32. Curran, LM; Leighton, M
      Vertebrate responses to spatiotemporal variation in seed production of mast-fruiting dipterocarpaceae

      ECOLOGICAL MONOGRAPHS
    33. Ellis, AR; Hubbell, SP; Potvin, C
      In situ field measurements of photosynthetic rates of tropical tree species: a test of the functional group hypothesis

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    34. Morellato, LPC; Talora, DC; Takahasi, A; Bencke, CC; Romera, EC; Zipparro, VB
      Phenology of Atlantic rain forest trees: A comparative study

      BIOTROPICA
    35. Justiniano, MJ; Fredericksen, TS
      Phenology of tree species in Bolivian dry forests

      BIOTROPICA
    36. Renne, IJ; Gauthreaux, SA; Gresham, CA
      Seed dispersal of the Chinese tallow tree (Sapium sebiferum (L.) Roxb.) bybirds in coastal South Carolina

      AMERICAN MIDLAND NATURALIST
    37. Ramsey, M; Vaughton, G
      Pollen quality limits seed set in Burchardia umbellata (Colchicaceae)

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    38. Herzog, B; Hubner, C; Ball, E; Bastos, RD; Franco, AC; Scarano, FR; Luttge, U
      Comparative study of the C-3/CAM intermediate species Clusia parviflora Saldanha et Engl. and the obligate CAM species Clusia hilariana Schlecht. growing sympatrically exposed and shaded in the coastal Restinga of Brazil

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    39. Herzog, B; Grams, TEE; Haag-Kerwer, A; Ball, E; Franco, AC; Luttge, U
      Expression of modes of photosynthesis (C-3, CAM) in Clusia criuva Camb. ina cerrado gallery forest transect

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    40. Luttge, U
      One morphotype, three physiotypes: Sympatric species of Clusia with obligate C-3 photosynthesis, obligate CAM and C-3-CAM intermediate behaviour

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    41. Nogales, M; Valido, A; Medina, FM; Delgado, JD
      Frugivory and factors influencing visitation by birds at 'Balo' (Plocama pendula Ait., Rubiaceae) plants in the Canary Islands

      ECOSCIENCE
    42. White, GM; Boshier, DH; Powell, W
      Genetic variation within a fragmented population of Swietenia humilis Zucc.

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    43. Borchert, R
      Climatic periodicity, phenology, and cambium activity in tropical dry forest trees

      IAWA JOURNAL
    44. Worbes, M; Junk, WJ
      How old are tropical trees? The persistence of a myth

      IAWA JOURNAL
    45. Hua, Q; Barbetti, M; Worbes, M; Head, J; Levchenko, VA
      Review of radiocarbon data from atmospheric and tree ring samples for the period 1945-1997 AD

      IAWA JOURNAL
    46. Kang, H; Primack, RB
      Evolutionary change in seed size among some legume species: the effects ofphylogeny

      PLANT SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTION
    47. Olivares, E; Aguiar, G
      Total and water-soluble calcium in six species of Clusiaceae

      FLORA
    48. Zotz, G; Reichling, P; Krack, S
      Another woody hemiepiphyte with CAM: Havetiopsis flexilis SPRUCE ex PLANCH. et TR. (Clusiaceae)

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

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    50. Madeira, JA; Fernandes, GW
      Reproductive phenology of sympatric taxa of Chamaecrista (Leguminosae) in Serra do Cipo, Brazil

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    51. Gribel, R; Gibbs, PE; Queiroz, AL
      Flowering phenology and pollination biology of Ceiba pentandra (Bombacaceae) in Central Amazonia

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    52. Chapman, CA; Wrangham, RW; Chapman, LJ; Kennard, DK; Zanne, AE
      Fruit and flower phenology at two sites in Kibale National Park, Uganda

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    53. Sork, VL; Nason, J; Campbell, DR; Fernandez, JF
      Landscape approaches to historical and contemporary gene flow in plants

      TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION
    54. Heard, TA
      The role of stingless bees in crop pollination

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENTOMOLOGY
    55. Tanaka, K; Tsumura, Y; Nakamura, T
      Development and polymorphism of microsatellite markers for Fagus crenata and the closely related species, F-japonica

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    56. Davidson, R; Gagnon, D; Mauffette, Y
      Growth and mineral nutrition of the native trees Pollalesta discolor and the N-fixing Inga densiflora in relation to the soil properties of a degraded volcanic soil of the Ecuadorian Amazon

      PLANT AND SOIL
    57. de Mattos, EA; Herzog, B; Luttge, U
      Chlorophyll fluorescence during CAM-phases in Clusia minor L. under drought stress

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    58. Collevatti, RG; Brondani, RV; Grattapaglia, D
      Development and characterization of microsatellite markers for genetic analysis of a Brazilian endangered tree species Caryocar brasiliense

      HEREDITY
    59. Matos, DMS; Freckleton, RP; Watkinson, AR
      The role of density dependence in the population dynamics of a tropical palm

      ECOLOGY
    60. Pitman, NCA; Terborgh, J; Silman, MR; Nuez, P
      Tree species distributions in an upper Amazonian forest

      ECOLOGY
    61. King, DA
      Juvenile foliage and the scaling of tree proportions, with emphasis on Eucalyptus

      ECOLOGY
    62. 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
    63. Ackerly, DD; Reich, PB
      Convergence and correlations among leaf size and function in seed plants: A comparative test using independent contrasts

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    64. Niklas, KJ
      Changes in the factor of safety within the superstructure of a dicot tree

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    65. Bernhard-Reversat, F
      Changes in relationships between initial litter quality and CO2 release during early laboratory decomposition of tropical leaf litters

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOIL BIOLOGY
    66. Standardi, A; Piccioni, E
      Recent perspectives on synthetic seed technology using nonembryogenic in vitro-derived explants

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    67. ALDRICH PR; HAMRICK JL; CHAVARRIAGA P; KOCHERT G
      MICROSATELLITE ANALYSIS OF DEMOGRAPHIC GENETIC-STRUCTURE IN FRAGMENTED POPULATIONS OF THE TROPICAL TREE SYMPHONIA-GLOBULIFERA

      Molecular ecology
    68. KUMAR A; ROGSTAD SH
      A HIERARCHICAL ANALYSIS OF MINISATELLITE DNA DIVERSITY IN GAMBEL OAK (QUERCUS-GAMBELII NUTT. FAGACEAE)

      Molecular ecology
    69. CAO KF; OHKUBO T
      ALLOMETRY, ROOT SHOOT RATIO AND ROOT ARCHITECTURE IN UNDERSTORY SAPLINGS OF DECIDUOUS DICOTYLEDONOUS TREES IN CENTRAL JAPAN/

      Ecological research
    70. Lopes, AV; Machado, IC
      Floral biology and reproductive ecology of Clusia nemorosa (Clusiaceae) innortheastern Brazil

      PLANT SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTION
    71. DAVIDSON R; GAGNON D; MAUFFETTE Y; HERNANDEZ H
      EARLY SURVIVAL, GROWTH AND FOLIAR NUTRIENTS IN NATIVE ECUADORIAN TREES PLANTED ON DEGRADED VOLCANIC SOIL

      Forest ecology and management
    72. RATH P; RAJASEGER G; GOH CJ; KUMAR PP
      PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF DIPTEROCARPS USING RANDOM AMPLIFIED POLYMORPHIC DNA MARKERS

      Annals of botany (Print)
    73. Hodkinson, DJ; Askew, AP; Thompson, K; Hodgson, JG; Bakker, JP; Bekker, RM
      Ecological correlates of seed size in the British flora

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    74. PARRATABLA V; BULLOCK SH
      FACTORS LIMITING FECUNDITY OF THE TROPICAL TREE IPOMOEA-WOLCOTTIANA (CONVOLVULACEAE) IN A MEXICAN TROPICAL DRY FOREST

      Journal of tropical ecology
    75. Ngulube, MR; Hall, JB; Maghembe, JA
      Reproductive ecology of Uapaca kirkiana (Euphorbiaceae) in Malawi, southern Africa

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    76. CHACON N; AGUIAR G; OLIVARES E
      MANGANESE TOLERANCE IN CLUSIA-MULTIFLORA (HBK)

      Journal of plant physiology
    77. GRAMS TEE; HERZOG B; LUTTGE U
      ARE THERE SPECIES IN THE GENUS CLUSIA WITH OBLIGATE C-3-PHOTOSYNTHESIS

      Journal of plant physiology
    78. DOW BD; ASHLEY MV
      FACTORS INFLUENCING MALE MATING SUCCESS IN BUR OAK, QUERCUS-MACROCARPA

      New forests
    79. BORLAND AM; TECSI LI; LEEGOOD RC; WALKER RP
      INDUCIBILITY OF CRASSULACEAN ACID METABOLISM (CAM) IN CLUSIA SPECIES - PHYSIOLOGICAL BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION AND INTERCELLULAR LOCALIZATION OF CARBOXYLATION AND DECARBOXYLATION PROCESSES IN 3 SPECIES WHICH EXHIBIT DIFFERENT DEGREES OF CAM/

      Planta
    80. ANDRADE JL; MEINZER FC; GOLDSTEIN G; HOLBROOK NM; CAVELIER J; JACKSON P; SILVERA K
      REGULATION OF WATER FLUX THROUGH TRUNKS, BRANCHES, AND LEAVES IN TREES OF A LOWLAND TROPICAL FOREST

      Oecologia
    81. HEWITT N
      SEED SIZE AND SHADE-TOLERANCE - A COMPARATIVE-ANALYSIS OF NORTH-AMERICAN TEMPERATE TREES

      Oecologia
    82. THOMPSON K; HODKINSON DJ
      SEED MASS, HABITAT AND LIFE-HISTORY - A REANALYSIS OF SALISBURY (1942, 1974)

      New phytologist
    83. GRUBB PJ
      SEED MASS AND LIGHT-DEMAND - THE NEED TO CONTROL FOR SOIL-TYPE AND PLANT STATURE

      New phytologist
    84. CLARK DB; CLARK DA; READ JM
      EDAPHIC VARIATION AND THE MESOSCALE DISTRIBUTION OF TREE SPECIES IN ANEOTROPICAL RAIN-FOREST

      Journal of Ecology
    85. Eriksson, O; Jakobsson, A
      Abundance, distribution and life histories of grassland plants: a comparative study of 81 species

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    86. JALIL NRA; ITOH T; SAHRI MH; JUSOH MZ
      PERIODICITY OF XYLEM GROWTH OF RUBBERWOOD (HEVEA-BRASILIENSIS) GROWN IN MALAYSIA

      Holzforschung
    87. UJINO T; KAWAHARA T; TSUMURA Y; NAGAMITSU T; YOSHIMARU H; RATNAM W
      DEVELOPMENT AND POLYMORPHISM OF SIMPLE SEQUENCE REPEAT DNA MARKERS FOR SHOREA-CURTISII AND OTHER DIPTEROCARPACEAE SPECIES

      Heredity
    88. Bullock, SH; Martijena, NE
      Growth and reproduction in forest trees of the cactus Opuntia excelsa

      BIOTROPICA
    89. MARUYAMA E; ISHII K; KINOSHITA I; OHBA K; SAITO A
      MICROPROPAGATION OF GUAZUMA-CRINITA MART BY ROOT AND PETIOLE CULTURE

      In vitro cellular & developmental biology. Plant
    90. SCHIERENBECK KA; SKUPSKI M; LIEBERMAN D; LIEBERMAN M
      POPULATION-STRUCTURE AND GENETIC DIVERSITY IN 4 TROPICAL TREE SPECIESIN COSTA-RICA

      Molecular ecology
    91. FUWAPE JA; AKINDELE SO
      BIOMASS YIELD AND ENERGY VALUE OF SOME FAST-GROWING MULTIPURPOSE TREES IN NIGERIA

      Biomass & bioenergy
    92. WILLIAMSLINERA G
      PHENOLOGY OF DECIDUOUS AND BROADLEAVED-EVERGREEN TREE SPECIES IN A MEXICAN TROPICAL LOWER MONTANE FOREST

      Global ecology and biogeography letters
    93. VANDERBURGT XM
      DETERMINATION OF THE AGE OF PINUS-OCCIDENTALIS IN LA-CELESTINA, DOMINICAN-REPUBLIC, BY THE USE OF GROWTH RINGS

      IAWA journal
    94. SANON KB; BA AM; DEXHEIMER J
      MYCORRHIZAL STATUS OF SOME FUNGI FRUITING BENEATH INDIGENOUS TREES INBURKINA-FASO

      Forest ecology and management
    95. TERBORGH J; FLORES C; MUELLER P; DAVENPORT L
      ESTIMATING THE AGES OF SUCCESSIONAL STANDS OF TROPICAL TREES FROM GROWTH INCREMENTS

      Journal of tropical ecology
    96. FIGUEROA PG
      ENDOGENOUS LEVELS OF ABSCISIC-ACID AND GI BBERELLINS IN TABEBUIA-ROSEA (SCROPHULARIALES, BIGNONIACEAE)

      Revista de biologia tropical
    97. BORLAND AM; GRIFFITHS H
      A COMPARATIVE-STUDY ON THE REGULATION OF C-3 AND C-4 CARBOXYLATION PROCESSES IN THE CONSTITUTIVE CRASSULACEAN ACID METABOLISM (CAM) PLANT KALANCHOE-DAIGREMONTIANA AND THE C-3-CAM INTERMEDIATE CLUSIA MINOR

      Planta
    98. LEE DW; OBERBAUER SF; KRISHNAPILAY B; MANSOR M; MOHAMAD H; YAP SK
      EFFECTS OF IRRADIANCE AND SPECTRAL QUALITY ON SEEDLING DEVELOPMENT OF2 SOUTHEAST-ASIAN HOPEA SPECIES

      Oecologia
    99. KITAJIMA K; MULKEY SS; WRIGHT SJ
      SEASONAL LEAF PHENOTYPES IN THE CANOPY OF A TROPICAL DRY FOREST - PHOTOSYNTHETIC CHARACTERISTICS AND ASSOCIATED TRAITS

      Oecologia
    100. KELLY CK
      SEED MASS, HABITAT CONDITIONS AND TAXONOMIC RELATEDNESS - A REANALYSIS OF SALISBURY (1974)

      New phytologist


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