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    1. Heilmeier, H; Erhard, M; Wartinger, A; Brinckmann, E; Horn, R; Schulze, ED
      Biomass partitioning in response to soil drought: A pot experiment with Prunus dulcis trees during four years

      BASIC AND APPLIED ECOLOGY
    2. Clawson, RG; Lockaby, BG; Rummer, B
      Changes in production and nutrient cycling across a wetness gradient within a floodplain forest

      ECOSYSTEMS
    3. Kehr, J
      High resolution spatial analysis of plant systems

      CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
    4. Le Roux, X; Lacointe, A; Escobar-Gutierrez, A; Le Dizes, S
      Carbon-based models of individual tree growth: A critical appraisal

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    5. Gower, ST; Krankina, O; Olson, RJ; Apps, M; Linder, S; Wang, C
      Net primary production and carbon allocation patterns of boreal forest ecosystems

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    6. Clark, DA; Brown, S; Kicklighter, DW; Chambers, JQ; Thomlinson, JR; Ni, J
      Measuring net primary production in forests: Concepts and field methods

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    7. Laza, M; Scanlon, MG; Mazza, G
      The effect of tuber pre-heating temperature and storage time on the mechanical properties of potatoes

      FOOD RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL
    8. Staudt, M; Joffre, R; Rambal, S; Kesselmeier, J
      Effect of elevated CO2 on monoterpene emission of young Quercus ilex treesand its relation to structural and ecophysiological parameters

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    9. Dyckmans, J; Flessa, H
      Influence of tree internal N status on uptake and translocation of C and Nin beech: a dual C-13 and N-15 labeling approach

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    10. Leake, JR; Donnelly, DP; Saunders, EM; Boddy, L; Read, DJ
      Rates and quantities of carbon flux to ectomycorrhizal mycelium following C-14 pulse labeling of Pinus sylvestris seedlings: effects of litter patches and interaction with a wood-decomposer fungus

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    11. Grulke, NE; Andersen, CP; Hogsett, WE
      Seasonal changes in above- and belowground carbohydrate concentrations of ponderosa pine along a pollution gradient

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    12. Maier, CA
      Stem growth and respiration in loblolly pine plantations differing in soilresource availability

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    13. 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
    14. Castellanos, J; Jaramillo, VJ; Sanford, RL; Kauffman, JB
      Slash-and-burn effects on fine root biomass and productivity in a tropicaldry forest ecosystem in Mexico

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    15. Coble, DW; Milner, KS; Marshall, JD
      Above- and below-ground production of trees and other vegetation on contrasting aspects in western Montana: a case study

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    16. Rytter, RM
      Biomass production and allocation, including fine-root turnover, and annual N uptake in lysimeter-grown basket willows

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    17. Coops, NC; Waring, RH; Landsberg, JJ
      Estimation of potential forest productivity across the Oregon transect using satellite data and monthly weather records

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REMOTE SENSING
    18. Kisselle, KW; Garrett, CJ; Fu, S; Hendrix, PF; Crossley, DA; Coleman, DC; Potter, RL
      Budgets for root-derived C and litter-derived C: comparison between conventional tillage and no tillage soils

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    19. Mikola, J; Yeates, GW; Wardle, DA; Barker, GM; Bonner, KI
      Response of soil food-web structure to defoliation of different plant species combinations in an experimental grassland community

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    20. Bromand, S; Whalen, JK; Janzen, HH; Schjoerring, JK; Ellert, BH
      A pulse-labelling method to generate C-13- enriched plant materials

      PLANT AND SOIL
    21. Yoshida, LC; Gamon, JA; Andersen, CP
      Differences in above- and below-ground responses to ozone between two populations of a perennial grass

      PLANT AND SOIL
    22. Schmidt, O; Scrimgeour, CM
      A simple urea leaf-feeding method for the production of C-13 and N-15 labelled plant material

      PLANT AND SOIL
    23. Rasse, DP; Longdoz, B; Ceulemans, R
      TRAP: a modelling approach to below-ground carbon allocation in temperate forests

      PLANT AND SOIL
    24. Mikola, J; Yeates, GW; Barker, GM; Wardle, DA; Bonner, KI
      Effects of defoliation intensity on soil food-web properties in an experimental grassland community

      OIKOS
    25. Gaudinski, JB; Trumbore, SE; Davidson, EA; Cook, AC; Markewitz, D; Richter, DD
      The age of fine-root carbon in three forests of the eastern United States measured by radiocarbon

      OECOLOGIA
    26. Schuur, EAG; Matson, PA
      Net primary productivity and nutrient cycling across a mesic to wet precipitation gradient in Hawaiian montane forest

      OECOLOGIA
    27. Drogoudi, PD; Ashmore, MR
      C-14-allocation of flowering and deblossomed strawberry in response to elevated ozone

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    28. Nehls, U; Mikolajewski, S; Magel, E; Hampp, R
      Carbohydrate metabolism in ectomycorrhizas: gene expression, monosaccharide transport and metabolic control

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    29. Nehls, U; Bock, A; Ecke, M; Hampp, R
      Differential expression of the hexose-regulated fungal genes AmPAL and AmMst1 within Amanita/Populus ectomycorrhizas

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    30. Shan, JP; Morris, LA; Hendrick, RL
      The effects of management on soil and plant carbon sequestration in slash pine plantations

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY
    31. Johnsen, K; Samuelson, L; Teskey, R; McNulty, S; Fox, T
      Process models as tools in forestry research and management

      FOREST SCIENCE
    32. Landsberg, JJ; Johnsen, KH; Albaugh, TJ; Allen, HL; McKeand, SE
      Applying 3-PG, a simple process-based model designed to produce practical results, to data from loblolly pine experiments

      FOREST SCIENCE
    33. Dean, TJ
      Potential effect of stand structure on belowground allocation

      FOREST SCIENCE
    34. Picchioni, GA; Valenzuela-Vazquez, M; Armenta-Sanchez, S
      Calcium-activated root growth and mineral nutrient accumulation of Lupinushavardii: Ecophysiological and horticultural significance

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE
    35. Arlt, K; Brandt, S; Kehr, J
      Amino acid analysis in five pooled single plant cell samples using capillary electrophoresis coupled to laser-induced fluorescence detection

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY A
    36. Hendricks, JJ; Aber, JD; Nadelhoffer, KJ; Hallett, RD
      Nitrogen controls on fine root substrate quality in temperate forest ecosystems

      ECOSYSTEMS
    37. Kainulainen, P; Utriainen, J; Holopainen, JK; Oksanen, J; Holopainen, T
      Influence of elevated ozone and limited nitrogen availability on conifer seedlings in an open-air fumigation system: effects on growth, nutrient content, mycorrhiza, needle ultrastructure, starch and secondary compounds

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    38. Law, BE; Waring, RH; Anthoni, PM; Aber, JD
      Measurements of gross and net ecosystem productivity and water vapour exchange of a Pinus ponderosa ecosystem, and an evaluation of two generalized models

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    39. Pages, L
      How to include organ interactions in models of the root system architecture? The concept of endogenous environment

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    40. Dyckmans, J; Flessa, H; Shangguan, Z; Beese, F
      A dual C-13 and N-15 long term labelling technique to investigate uptake and translocation of C and N in beech (Fagus sylvatica L.)

      ISOTOPES IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND HEALTH STUDIES
    41. Nehls, U; Wiese, J; Hampp, R
      Cloning of a Picea abies monosaccharide transporter gene and expression - analysis in plant tissues and ectomycorrhizas

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    42. Nehls, U; Hampp, R
      Carbon allocation in ectomycorrhizas

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    43. Makela, A; Landsberg, J; Ek, AR; Burk, TE; Ter-Mikaelian, M; Agren, GI; Oliver, CD; Puttonen, P
      Process-based models for forest ecosystem management: current state of theart and challenges for practical implementation

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    44. Retzlaff, WA; Arthur, MA; Grulke, NE; Weinstein, DA; Gollands, B
      Use of a single-tree simulation model to predict effects of ozone and drought on growth of a white fir tree

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    45. Grantz, DA; Farrar, JF
      Ozone inhibits phloem loading from a transport pool: compartmental efflux analysis in Pima cotton

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    46. Murty, D; McMurtrie, RE
      The decline of forest productivity as stands age: a model-based method foranalysing causes for the decline

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    47. Constable, JVH; Friend, AL
      Suitability of process-based tree growth models for addressing tree response to climate change

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    48. McCrady, JK; Andersen, CP
      The effect of ozone on below-ground carbon allocation in wheat

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    49. Mock, T; Gradinger, R
      Changes in photosynthetic carbon allocation in algal assemblages of Arcticsea ice with decreasing nutrient concentrations and irradiance

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    50. Buscot, F; Munch, JC; Charcosset, JY; Gardes, M; Nehls, U; Hampp, R
      Recent advances in exploring physiology and biodiversity of ectomycorrhizas highlight the functioning of these symbioses in ecosystems

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY REVIEWS
    51. Paez, A; Gebre, GM; Gonzalez, ME; Tschaplinski, TJ
      Growth, soluble carbohydrates, and aloin concentration of Aloe vera plantsexposed to three irradiance levels

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    52. Andersen, CP
      Ozone stress and changes below-ground: Linking root and soil processes

      PHYTON-ANNALES REI BOTANICAE
    53. Balster, NJ; Marshall, JD
      Eight-year responses of light interception, effective leaf area index, andstemwood production in fertilized stands of interior Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii var. glauca)

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    54. Buchmann, N
      Biotic and abiotic factors controlling soil respiration rates in Picea abies stands

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    55. Huang, BR; Fu, JM
      Photosynthesis, respiration, and carbon allocation of two cool-season perennial grasses in response to surface soil drying

      PLANT AND SOIL
    56. Holmgren, M
      Combined effects of shade and drought on tulip poplar seedlings: trade-offin tolerance or facilitation?

      OIKOS
    57. Burton, AJ; Pregitzer, KS; Hendrick, RL
      Relationships between fine root dynamics and nitrogen availability in Michigan northern hardwood forests

      OECOLOGIA
    58. Gill, RA; Jackson, RB
      Global patterns of root turnover for terrestrial ecosystems

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    59. Pritchard, SG; Rogers, HH
      Spatial and temporal deployment of crop roots in CO2-enriched environments

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    60. Joslin, JD; Wolfe, MH; Hanson, PJ
      Effects of altered water regimes on forest root systems

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    61. Nadelhoffer, KJ
      The potential effects of nitrogen deposition on fine-root production in forest ecosystems

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    62. Gorissen, A; Kuyper, TW
      Fungal species-specific responses of ectomycorrhizal Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) to elevated [CO2]

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    63. Hartmann, T; Mult, S; Suter, M; Rennenberg, H; Herschbach, C
      Leaf age-dependent differences in sulphur assimilation and allocation in poplar (Populus tremula x P-alba) leaves

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    64. Grantz, DA; Yang, SD
      Ozone impacts on allometry and root hydraulic conductance are not mediatedby source limitation nor developmental age

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    65. Moore, JA; Mika, PG; Shaw, TM
      Root chemistry of mature Douglas-fir differs by habitat type in the interior northwestern United States

      FOREST SCIENCE
    66. Herbert, DA; Fownes, JH
      Forest productivity and efficiency of resource use across a chronosequenceof tropical montane soils

      ECOSYSTEMS
    67. Friedlingstein, P; Joel, G; Field, CB; Fung, IY
      Toward an allocation scheme for global terrestrial carbon models

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    68. Law, BE; Ryan, MG; Anthoni, PM
      Seasonal and annual respiration of a ponderosa pine ecosystem

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    69. Epron, D; Farque, L; Lucot, E; Badot, PM
      Soil CO2 efflux in a beech forest: the contribution of root respiration

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    70. Tognetti, R; Johnson, JD
      Responses of growth, nitrogen and carbon partitioning to elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration in live oak (Quercus virginiana Mill.) seedlings in relation to nutrient supply

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    71. Wulff, A; Nilsson, C; Sundback, K; Wangberg, SA; Odmark, S
      UV radiation effects on microbenthos - a four month field experiment

      AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    72. Yamasaki, S
      Organic matter economy of Euphorbia adenochlora with special reference to its life cycle

      ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    73. Korol, RL; Kirschbaum, MUF; Farquhar, GD; Jeffreys, M
      Effects of water status and soil fertility on the C-isotope signature in Pinus radiata

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    74. King, JS; Albaugh, TJ; Allen, HL; Kress, LW
      Stand-level allometry in Pinus taeda as affected by irrigation and fertilization

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    75. Kajimoto, T; Matsuura, Y; Sofronov, MA; Volokitina, AV; Mori, S; Osawa, A; Abaimov, AP
      Above- and belowground biomass and net primary productivity of a Larix gmelinii stand near Tura, central Siberia

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    76. Vanninen, P; Makela, A
      Fine root biomass of Scots pine stands differing in age and soil fertilityin southern Finland

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    77. Sampson, DA; Allen, HL
      Regional influences of soil available water-holding capacity and climate, and leaf area index on simulated loblolly pine productivity

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    78. Yeo, A
      Predicting the interaction between the effects of salinity and climate change on crop plants

      SCIENTIA HORTICULTURAE
    79. Makela, A
      Acclimation in dynamic models based on structural relationships

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    80. Fournier, C; Andrieu, B
      ADEL-maize: an L-system based model for the integration of growth processes from the organ to the canopy. Application to regulation of morphogenesis by light availability

      AGRONOMIE
    81. Herms, DA
      Physiological and abiotic determinants of competitive ability and herbivore resistance

      PHYTON-ANNALES REI BOTANICAE
    82. Gower, ST; Kucharik, CJ; Norman, JM
      Direct and indirect estimation of leaf area index, f(APAR), and net primary production of terrestrial ecosystems

      REMOTE SENSING OF ENVIRONMENT
    83. Thaler, P; Pages, LC
      Why are laterals less affected than main axes by homogeneous unfavourable physical conditions? A model-based hypothesis

      PLANT AND SOIL
    84. Paterson, E; Sim, A
      Rhizodeposition and C-partitioning of Lolium perenne in axenic culture affected by nitrogen supply and defoliation

      PLANT AND SOIL
    85. Hampp, R; Wiese, J; Mikolajewski, S; Nehls, U
      Biochemical and molecular aspects of C/N interaction in ectomycorrhizal plants: an update

      PLANT AND SOIL
    86. Funk, JL; Jones, CG; Lerdau, MT
      Defoliation effects on isoprene emission from Populus deltoides

      OECOLOGIA
    87. VanderKlein, DW; Reich, PB
      The effect of defoliation intensity and history on photosynthesis, growth and carbon reserves of two conifers with contrasting leaf lifespans and growth habits

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    88. Yun, SC; Laurence, JA
      The response of clones of Populus tremuloides differing in sensitivity to ozone in the field

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    89. Preston, KA
      Can plasticity compensate for architectural constraints on reproduction? Patterns of seed production and carbohydrate translocation in Perilla frutescens

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    90. Baxter, J; Pickett, STA; Carreiro, MM; Dighton, J
      Ectomycorrhizal diversity and community structure in oak forest stands exposed to contrasting anthropogenic impacts

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    91. Olson, B; Wallander, R
      Carbon allocation in Euphorbia esula and neighbours after defoliation

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    92. BURTON AJ; PREGITZER KS; ZOGG GP; ZAK DR
      DROUGHT REDUCES ROOT RESPIRATION IN SUGAR MAPLE FORESTS

      Ecological applications
    93. WHITE JD; RUNNING SW; THORNTON PE; KEANE RE; RYAN KC; FAGRE DB; KEY CH
      ASSESSING SIMULATED ECOSYSTEM PROCESSES FOR CLIMATE VARIABILITY RESEARCH AT GLACIER NATIONAL-PARK, USA

      Ecological applications
    94. WANGBERG SA; SELMER JS; GUSTAVSON K
      EFFECTS OF UV-B RADIATION ON CARBON AND NUTRIENT DYNAMICS IN MARINE PLANKTON COMMUNITIES

      Journal of photochemistry and photobiology.B, Biology
    95. MANNINEN AM; LAATIKAINEN T; HOLOPAINEN T
      CONDITION OF SCOTS PINE FINE ROOTS AND MYCORRHIZA AFTER FUNGICIDE APPLICATION AND LOW-LEVEL OZONE EXPOSURE IN A 2-YEAR FIELD EXPERIMENT

      Trees
    96. DICKINSON RE; SHAIKH M; BRYANT R; GRAUMLICH L
      INTERACTIVE CANOPIES FOR A CLIMATE MODEL

      Journal of climate
    97. WARING RH; LANDSBERG JJ; WILLIAMS M
      NET PRIMARY PRODUCTION OF FORESTS - A CONSTANT FRACTION OF GROSS PRIMARY PRODUCTION

      Tree physiology
    98. TSCHAPLINSKI TJ; TUSKAN GA; GEBRE GM; TODD DE
      DROUGHT RESISTANCE OF 2 HYBRID POPULUS CLONES GROWN IN A LARGE-SCALE PLANTATION

      Tree physiology
    99. RAICH JW
      ABOVEGROUND PRODUCTIVITY AND SOIL RESPIRATION IN 3 HAWAIIAN RAIN-FORESTS

      Forest ecology and management
    100. REED D; TOME M
      TOTAL ABOVEGROUND BIOMASS AND NET DRY-MATTER ACCUMULATION BY PLANT-COMPONENT IN YOUNG EUCALYPTUS-GLOBULUS IN RESPONSE TO IRRIGATION

      Forest ecology and management


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