Tree Physiology, 1758-4469

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  1. 2014
  2. Vertical gradients and seasonal variation in stem CO2 efflux within a Norway spruce stand

    Lasse Tarvainen, Mats Räntfors & Göran Wallin, 2014, I : Tree Physiology. 34, 5, s. 488-502

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  3. 2013
  4. Growth of mature boreal Norway spruce was not affected by elevated [CO2] and/or air temperature unless nutrient availability was improved

    Bjarni Sigurdsson, Jane Medhurst, Göran Wallin, Olafur Eggertsson & Sune Linder, 2013, I : Tree Physiology. 33, s. 1192-1205

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  5. Spring photosynthetic recovery of boreal Norway spruce under conditions of elevated [CO2] and air temperature

    Goran Wallin, Marianne Hall, Michelle Slaney, Mats Rantfors, Jane Medhurst & Sune Linder, 2013, I : Tree Physiology. 33, 11, s. 1177-1191

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  6. Which are the most important parameters for modelling carbon assimilation in boreal Norway spruce under elevated [CO2] and temperature conditions?

    Marianne Hall, Belinda E Medlyn, Gab Abramowitz, Oskar Franklin, Mats Räntfors, Sune Linder & Göran Wallin, 2013, I : Tree Physiology. 33, 11, s. 1156-1176

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  7. 2012
  8. Does canopy mean nitrogen concentration explain variation in canopy light use efficiency across 14 contrasting forest sites?

    Mikko Peltoniemi, Minna Pulkkinen, Pasi Kolari, Remko A. Duursma, Leonardo Montagnani, Sonia Wharton, Fredrik Lagergren, Kentaro Takagi, Hans Verbeeck, Torben Christensen, Timo Vesala, Matthias Falk, Denis Loustau & Annikki Makela, 2012, I : Tree Physiology. 32, 2, s. 200-218

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  9. Interacting effects of elevated CO2 and weather variability on photosynthesis of mature boreal Norway spruce agree with biochemical model predictions

    Johan Uddling & Göran Wallin, 2012, I : Tree Physiology. 32, s. 1509-1521

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  10. Modeling carbon allocation in trees: a search for principles

    Oskar Franklin, Jacob Johansson, Roderick C. Dewar, Ulf Dieckmann, Ross E. McMurtrie, Ake Brannstrom & Ray Dybzinski, 2012, I : Tree Physiology. 32, 6, s. 648-666

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  11. Why does leaf nitrogen decline within tree canopies less rapidly than light? An explanation from optimization subject to a lower bound on leaf mass per area

    R. C. Dewar, Lasse Tarvainen, K. Parker, Göran Wallin & R. E. McMurtrie, 2012, I : Tree Physiology. 32, 5, s. 520-534

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  12. 2009
  13. Carbon dioxide exchange of buds and developing shoots of boreal Norway spruce exposed to elevated or ambient CO2 concentration and temperature in whole-tree chambers

    Marianne Hall, Mats Räntfors, Sune Linder, Michelle Slaney & Göran Wallin, 2009, I : Tree Physiology. 29, 4, s. 467-481

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  14. Contributions of climate, leaf area index and leaf physiology to variation in gross primary production of six coniferous forests across Europe: a model-based analysis

    R. A. Duursma, P. Kolari, M. Peramaki, M. Pulkkinen, A. Makela, E. Nikinmaa, P. Hari, M. Aurela, P. Berbigier, Ch. Bernhofer, T. Grunwald, D. Loustau, Meelis Mölder, H. Verbeeck & T. Vesala, 2009, I : Tree Physiology. 29, 5, s. 621-639

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  15. 2007
  16. No diurnal variation in rate or carbon isotope composition of soil respiration in a boreal forest

    Nicholas Betson, Sabine Göttlicher, Marianne Hall, Göran Wallin, Andreas Richter & Peter Högberg, 2007, I : Tree Physiology. 27, 5, s. 749-756

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  17. 2004
  18. Nondestructive detection of decay in living trees

    Bertil Larsson, Bengt A Bengtsson & Mats Gustafsson, 2004, I : Tree Physiology. 24, 7, s. 853-858

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