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

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    3. Labry, C; Herbland, A; Delmas, D; Laborde, P; Lazure, P; Froidefond, JM; Jegou, AM; Sautour, B
      Initiation of winter phytoplankton blooms within the Gironde plume waters in the Bay of Biscay

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    4. Gendron, F; Messier, C; Comeau, PG
      Temporal variations in the understorey photosynthetic photon flux density of a deciduous stand: the effects of canopy development, solar elevation, and sky conditions

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
    5. Sellin, A
      Morphological and stomatal responses of Norway spruce foliage to irradiance within a canopy depending on shoot age

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    6. Brandeis, TJ; Newton, M; Cole, EC
      Underplanted conifer seedling survival and growth in thinned Douglas-fir stands

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    7. Norby, RJ; Cotrufo, MF; Ineson, P; O'Neill, EG; Canadell, JG
      Elevated CO2, litter chemistry, and decomposition: a synthesis

      OECOLOGIA
    8. Keller, AA; Taylor, C; Oviatt, C; Dorrington, T; Holcombe, G; Reed, L
      Phytoplankton production patterns in Massachusetts Bay and the absence of the 1998 winter-spring bloom

      MARINE BIOLOGY
    9. Montgomery, RA; Chazdon, RL
      Forest structure, canopy architecture, and light transmittance in tropicalwet forests

      ECOLOGY
    10. Lomascolo, T; Aide, TM
      Seed and seedling bank dynamics in secondary forests following hurricane Georges in Puerto Rico

      CARIBBEAN JOURNAL OF SCIENCE
    11. 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
    12. Urbas, P; Zobel, K
      Adaptive and inevitable morphological plasticity of three herbaceous species in a multi-species community: Field experiment with manipulated nutrients and light

      ACTA OECOLOGICA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    13. Sellin, A
      Estimating the needle area from geometric measurements: application of different calculation methods to Norway spruce

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    14. Angulo-Sandoval, P; Aide, TM
      Effect of plant density and light availability on leaf damage in Manilkarabidentata (Sapotaceae)

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    15. Eyre, BD
      Regional evaluation of nutrient transformation and phytoplankton growth innine river-dominated sub-tropical east Australian estuaries

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    16. Khan, SR; Rose, R; Haase, DL; Sabin, TE
      Effects of shade on morphology, chlorophyll concentration, and chlorophyllfluorescence of four Pacific Northwest conifer species

      NEW FORESTS
    17. Vilela, AE; Ravetta, DA
      The effect of radiation on seedling growth and physiology in four species of Prosopis L. (Mimosaceae)

      JOURNAL OF ARID ENVIRONMENTS
    18. Moore, KA; Wetzel, RL
      Seasonal variations in eelgrass (Zostera marina L.) responses to nutrient enrichment and reduced light availability in experimental ecosystems

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
    19. Naselli-Flores, L
      Phytoplankton assemblages in twenty-one Sicilian reservoirs: relationshipsbetween species composition and environmental factors

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    20. Goulet, J; Messier, C; Nikinmaa, E
      Effect of branch position and light availability on shoot growth of understory sugar maple and yellow birch saplings

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    21. Angulo-Sandoval, P; Aide, TM
      Leaf phenology and leaf damage of saplings in the Luquillo experimental forest, Puerto Rico

      BIOTROPICA
    22. Beaudet, M; Messier, C; Pare, D; Brisson, J; Bergeron, Y
      Possible mechanisms of sugar maple regeneration failure and replacement bybeech in the Boise-des-Muir old-growth forest, Quebec

      ECOSCIENCE
    23. Young, RG; Huryn, AD
      Effects of land use on stream metabolism and organic matter turnover

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    24. 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
    25. Bearlin, AR; Burgman, MA; Regan, HM
      A stochastic model for seagrass (Zostera muelleri) in Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, Australia

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    26. Nilson, T
      Inversion of gap frequency data in forest stands

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
    27. Machado, JL; Reich, PB
      Evaluation of several measures of canopy openness as predictors of photosynthetic photon flux density in deeply shaded conifer-dominated forest understory

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    28. St Clair, JB; Sniezko, RA
      Genetic variation in response to shade in coastal Douglas-fir

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    29. Abrahamson, WG
      Episodic reproduction in two fire-prone palms, Serenoa repens and Sabal etonia (Palmae)

      ECOLOGY
    30. Svenning, JC; Magard, E
      Population ecology and conservation status of the last natural population of English yew Taxus baccata in Denmark

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    31. KAINER KA; DURYEA ML; DEMACEDO NC; WILLIAMS K
      BRAZIL NUT SEEDLING ESTABLISHMENT AND AUTECOLOGY IN EXTRACTIVE RESERVES OF ACRE, BRAZIL

      Ecological applications
    32. MURAOKA H; TAKENAKA A; TANG Y; KOIZUMI H; WASHITANI I
      FLEXIBLE LEAF ORIENTATIONS OF ARISAEMA-HETEROPHYLLUM MAXIMIZE LIGHT CAPTURE IN A FOREST UNDERSTOREY AND AVOID EXCESS IRRADIANCE AT A DEFORESTED SITE

      Annals of botany (Print)
    33. VANKATWIJK MM; SCHMITZ GHW; HANSSEN LSAM; DENHARTOG C
      SUITABILITY OF ZOSTERA-MARINA POPULATIONS FOR TRANSPLANTATION TO THE WADDEN SEA AS DETERMINED BY A MESOCOSM SHADING EXPERIMENT

      Aquatic botany
    34. BARONE JA
      EFFECTS OF LIGHT AVAILABILITY AND RAINFALL ON LEAF PRODUCTION IN A MOIST TROPICAL FOREST IN CENTRAL PANAMA

      Journal of tropical ecology
    35. VANDERMEER PJ; STERCK FJ; BONGERS F
      TREE SEEDLING PERFORMANCE IN CANOPY GAPS IN A TROPICAL RAIN-FOREST ATNOURAGUES, FRENCH-GUIANA

      Journal of tropical ecology
    36. GENDRON F; MESSIER C; COMEAU PG
      COMPARISON OF VARIOUS METHODS FOR ESTIMATING THE MEAN GROWING-SEASON PERCENT PHOTOSYNTHETIC PHOTON FLUX-DENSITY IN FORESTS

      Agricultural and forest meteorology
    37. ACKERLY DD; DONOGHUE MJ
      LEAF SIZE, SAPLING ALLOMETRY, AND CORNERS RULES - PHYLOGENY AND CORRELATED EVOLUTION IN MAPLES (ACER)

      The American naturalist
    38. LENTZ KA; CIPOLLINI DF
      EFFECT OF LIGHT AND SIMULATED HERBIVORY ON GROWTH OF ENDANGERED NORTHEASTERN BULRUSH, SCIRPUS-ANCISTROCHAETUS SCHUYLER

      Plant ecology
    39. NIINEMETS U
      ARE COMPOUND-LEAVED WOODY SPECIES INHERENTLY SHADE-INTOLERANT - AN ANALYSIS OF SPECIES ECOLOGICAL REQUIREMENTS AND FOLIAR SUPPORT COSTS

      Plant ecology
    40. SKALOVA H; PECHACKOVA S; SUZUKI J; HERBEN T; HARA T; HADINCOVA V; KRAHULEC F
      WITHIN POPULATION GENETIC DIFFERENTIATION IN TRAITS AFFECTING CLONAL GROWTH - FESTUCA-RUBRA IN A MOUNTAIN GRASSLAND

      Journal of evolutionary biology
    41. NIINEMETS U
      ENERGY REQUIREMENT FOR FOLIAGE CONSTRUCTION DEPENDS ON TREE SIZE IN YOUNG PICEA-ABIES TREES

      Trees
    42. OSHIMA K; TANG YH; WASHITANI I
      SPATIAL AND SEASONAL PATTERNS OF MICROSITE LIGHT AVAILABILITY IN A REMNANT FRAGMENT OF DECIDUOUS RIPARIAN FOREST AND THEIR IMPLICATION IN THE CONSERVATION OF ARISAEMA-HETEROPHYLLUM, A THREATENED PLANT-SPECIES

      Journal of plant research
    43. NORBERG J; DEANGELIS D
      TEMPERATURE EFFECTS ON STOCKS AND STABILITY OF A PHYTOPLANKTON-ZOOPLANKTON MODEL AND THE DEPENDENCE ON LIGHT AND NUTRIENTS

      Ecological modelling
    44. CESCATTI A
      MODELING THE RADIATIVE-TRANSFER IN DISCONTINUOUS CANOPIES OF ASYMMETRIC CROWNS .2. MODEL TESTING AND APPLICATION IN A NORWAY SPRUCE STAND

      Ecological modelling
    45. HUBER H; HUTCHINGS MJ
      DIFFERENTIAL RESPONSE TO SHADING IN ORTHOTROPIC AND PLAGIOTROPIC SHOOTS OF THE CLONAL HERB GLECHOMA-HIRSUTA

      Oecologia
    46. JANSEN MPT; STAMP NE
      EFFECTS OF LIGHT AVAILABILITY ON HOST-PLANT CHEMISTRY AND THE CONSEQUENCES FOR BEHAVIOR AND GROWTH OF AN INSECT HERBIVORE

      Entomologia experimentalis et applicata
    47. HUBER H; WIGGERMAN L
      SHADE AVOIDANCE IN THE CLONAL HERB TRIFOLIUM-FRAGIFERUM - A FIELD-STUDY WITH EXPERIMENTALLY MANIPULATED VEGETATION HEIGHT

      Plant ecology
    48. LORTIE CJ; AARSSEN LW
      THE SPECIALIZATION HYPOTHESIS FOR PHENOTYPIC PLASTICITY IN PLANTS

      International journal of plant sciences
    49. NIINEMETS U
      CHANGES IN FOLIAGE DISTRIBUTION WITH RELATIVE IRRADIANCE AND TREE SIZE - DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE SAPLINGS OF ACER-PLATANOIDES ACID QUERCUS-ROBUR

      Ecological research
    50. KABAKOFF RP; CHAZDON RL
      EFFECTS OF CANOPY SPECIES DOMINANCE ON UNDERSTOREY LIGHT AVAILABILITYIN LOW-ELEVATION SECONDARY FOREST STANDS IN COSTA-RICA

      Journal of tropical ecology
    51. MACINTYRE HL; CULLEN JJ
      PRIMARY PRODUCTION BY SUSPENDED AND BENTHIC MICROALGAE IN A TURBID ESTUARY - TIME-SCALES OF VARIABILITY IN SAN-ANTONIO BAY, TEXAS

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    52. SCARDI M
      ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS AS EMPIRICAL-MODELS FOR ESTIMATING PHYTOPLANKTON PRODUCTION

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    53. RAVETTA DA; MCLAUGHLIN SP
      ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES IN HESPERALOE-FUNIFERA (AGAVACEAE) - A POTENTIAL NEW CAM CROP - THE EFFECT OF LIGHT AVAILABILITY ON PHOTOSYNTHESISAND GROWTH

      Journal of arid environments
    54. ALPERT P; MOONEY HA
      RESOURCE HETEROGENEITY GENERATED BY SHRUBS AND TOPOGRAPHY ON COASTAL SAND DUNES

      Vegetatio
    55. TURNER CL; KNAPP AK
      RESPONSES OF A C-4 GRASS AND 3 C-3 FORBS TO VARIATION IN NITROGEN ANDLIGHT IN TALLGRASS PRAIRIE

      Ecology
    56. OWENS JL; CRUMPTON WG
      PRIMARY PRODUCTION AND LIGHT DYNAMICS IN AN UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER BACKWATER

      Regulated rivers
    57. DEMADARIAGA I
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC CHARACTERISTICS OF PHYTOPLANKTON DURING THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SUMMER BLOOM IN THE URDAIBAI ESTUARY, BAY OF BISCAY

      Estuarine, coastal and shelf science
    58. NIINEMETS U; KULL K
      LEAF WEIGHT PER AREA AND LEAF SIZE OF 85 ESTONIAN WOODY SPECIES IN RELATION TO SHADE TOLERANCE AND LIGHT AVAILABILITY

      Forest ecology and management
    59. KULL O; NIINEMETS U
      VARIATIONS IN LEAF MORPHOMETRY AND NITROGEN CONCENTRATION IN BETULA-PENDULA ROTH, CORYLUS-AVELLANA L AND LONICERA-XYLOSTEUM L

      Tree physiology
    60. BOWMAN DMJS
      TROPICAL RAIN-FORESTS

      Progress in physical geography
    61. BOYER JN; CHRISTIAN RR; STANLEY DW
      PATTERNS OF PHYTOPLANKTON PRIMARY PRODUCTIVITY IN THE NEUSE RIVER ESTUARY, NORTH-CAROLINA, USA

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    62. WAYNE PM; BAZZAZ FA
      BIRCH SEEDLING RESPONSES TO DAILY TIME COURSES OF LIGHT IN EXPERIMENTAL FOREST GAPS AND SHADEHOUSES

      Ecology


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