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The metabolic fingerprint of Scots pine – root and needle metabolites show different patterns in dying trees
Hunziker, S., Nazarova, T., Kather, M., Hartmann, M., Brunner, I., Schaub, M., … Gessler, A. (2024). The metabolic fingerprint of Scots pine – root and needle metabolites show different patterns in dying trees. Tree Physiology, tpae036 (34 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpae036
Divergent role of nutrient availability in determining drought responses of sessile oak and Scots pine seedlings: evidence from <sup>13</sup>C and <sup>15</sup>N dual labeling
Ou-Yang, S. N., Tie, L. H., Saurer, M., Bose, A. K., Duan, H. L., Li, M. H., … Gessler, A. (2024). Divergent role of nutrient availability in determining drought responses of sessile oak and Scots pine seedlings: evidence from 13C and 15N dual labeling. Tree Physiology, 44(1), tpad105 (15 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpad105
The quandary of sources and sinks of CO<sub>2</sub> efflux in tree stems-new insights and future directions
Salomon, R. L., Helm, J., Gessler, A., Grams, T. E. E., Hilman, B., Muhr, J., … Hartmann, H. (2024). The quandary of sources and sinks of CO2 efflux in tree stems-new insights and future directions. Tree Physiology, 44(1), tpad157 (15 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpad157
First evidence of nanoparticle uptake through leaves and roots in beech (<em>Fagus sylvatica</em> L.) and pine (<em>Pinus sylvestris</em> L.)
Ballikaya, P., Brunner, I., Cocozza, C., Grolimund, D., Kaegi, R., Murazzi, M. E., … Cherubini, P. (2023). First evidence of nanoparticle uptake through leaves and roots in beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) and pine (Pinus sylvestris L.). Tree Physiology, 43(2), 262-276. https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpac117
Reproduction alternation in trees: testing the resource depletion hypothesis using experimental fruit removal in <em>Quercus ilex</em>
Le Roncé, I., Dardevet, E., Venner, S., Schönbeck, L., Gessler, A., Chuine, I., & Limousin, J. M. (2023). Reproduction alternation in trees: testing the resource depletion hypothesis using experimental fruit removal in Quercus ilex. Tree Physiology, 43(6), 952-964. https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpad025
Progress in high-resolution isotope-ratio analysis of tree rings using laser ablation
Saurer, M., Sahlstedt, E., Rinne-Garmston, K. T., Lehmann, M. M., Oettli, M., Gessler, A., & Treydte, K. (2023). Progress in high-resolution isotope-ratio analysis of tree rings using laser ablation. Tree Physiology, 43(5), 694-705. https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpac141
Faster drought recovery in anisohydric beech compared with isohydric spruce
Ulrich, D. E. M., & Grossiord, C. (2023). Faster drought recovery in anisohydric beech compared with isohydric spruce. Tree Physiology, 43(4), 517-521. https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpad009
Tree-ring isotopes from the Swiss Alps reveal non-climatic fingerprints of cyclic insect population outbreaks over the past 700 years
Vitali, V., Peters, R. L., Lehmann, M. M., Leuenberger, M., Treydte, K., Büntgen, U., … Saurer, M. (2023). Tree-ring isotopes from the Swiss Alps reveal non-climatic fingerprints of cyclic insect population outbreaks over the past 700 years. Tree Physiology, 43(5), 706-721. https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpad014
In <em>situ</em> <sup>13</sup>CO<sub>2</sub> labeling reveals that alpine treeline trees allocate less photoassimilates to roots compared to low-elevation trees
Cong, Y., Saurer, M., Bai, E., Siegwolf, R., Gessler, A., Liu, K., … Li, M. H. (2022). In situ 13CO2 labeling reveals that alpine treeline trees allocate less photoassimilates to roots compared to low-elevation trees. Tree Physiology, 42(10), 1943-1956. https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpac048
Recovery of silver fir (<em>Abies alba</em> Mill.) seedlings from ungulate browsing mirrors soil nitrogen availability
Csilléry, K., Buchmann, N., Brendel, O., Gessler, A., Glauser, A., & Kupferschmid, A. D. (2022). Recovery of silver fir (Abies alba Mill.) seedlings from ungulate browsing mirrors soil nitrogen availability. Tree Physiology, 42(2), 273-288. https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpab105
Deciphering 'time to hydraulic failure' to select drought-resistant tree provenances
Fonti, P., Rellstab, C., & Martínez-Sancho, E. (2022). Deciphering 'time to hydraulic failure' to select drought-resistant tree provenances. Tree Physiology, 42(4), 704-707. https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpac010
The relationship between tree size and tree water-use: is competition for water size-symmetric or size-asymmetric?
Forrester, D. I., Limousin, J. M., & Pfautsch, S. (2022). The relationship between tree size and tree water-use: is competition for water size-symmetric or size-asymmetric? Tree Physiology, 42, 1916-1927. https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpac018
Tree physiological responses after biotic and abiotic disturbances revealed by a dual isotope approach
Saurer, M., & Cherubini, P. (2022). Tree physiological responses after biotic and abiotic disturbances revealed by a dual isotope approach. Tree Physiology, 42(1), 1-4. https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpab036
Intra-specific leaf trait variability of <em>F. sylvatica</em>, <em>Q. petraea</em> and <em>P. abies</em> in response to inter-specific competition and implications for forest functioning
Serrano-León, H., Nitschke, R., Scherer-Lorenzen, M., & Forrester, D. I. (2022). Intra-specific leaf trait variability of F. sylvatica, Q. petraea and P. abies in response to inter-specific competition and implications for forest functioning. Tree Physiology, 42(2), 253-272. https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpab109
Tree organ growth and carbon allocation dynamics impact the magnitude and<em> </em>δ<sup>13</sup>C signal of stem and soil CO<sub>2</sub> fluxes
Tang, Y., Schiestl-Aalto, P., Saurer, M., Sahlstedt, E., Kulmala, L., Kolari, P., … Rinne-Garmston, K. T. (2022). Tree organ growth and carbon allocation dynamics impact the magnitude and δ13C signal of stem and soil CO2 fluxes. Tree Physiology, 24(12), 2404-2418. https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpac079
Radial and axial water movement in adult trees recorded by stable isotope tracing
Treydte, K., Lehmann, M. M., Wyczesany, T., & Pfautsch, S. (2022). Radial and axial water movement in adult trees recorded by stable isotope tracing. Tree Physiology, 41(12), 2248-2261. https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpab080
Aridity and cold temperatures drive divergent adjustments of European beech xylem anatomy, hydraulics and leaf physiological traits
Vicente, E., Didion-Gency, M., Morcillo, L., Morin, X., Vilagrosa, A., & Grossiord, C. (2022). Aridity and cold temperatures drive divergent adjustments of European beech xylem anatomy, hydraulics and leaf physiological traits. Tree Physiology, 42(9), 1720-1735. https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpac029
Drought elicits contrasting responses on the autumn dynamics of wood formation in late successional deciduous tree species
Dox, I., Prislan, P., Gričar, J., Mariën, B., Delpierre, N., Flores, O., … Campioli, M. (2021). Drought elicits contrasting responses on the autumn dynamics of wood formation in late successional deciduous tree species. Tree Physiology, 41(7), 1171-1185. https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpaa175
Effects of drought on nitrogen uptake and carbon dynamics in trees
Joseph, J., Luster, J., Bottero, A., Buser, N., Baechli, L., Sever, K., & Gessler, A. (2021). Effects of drought on nitrogen uptake and carbon dynamics in trees. Tree Physiology, 41(6), 927-943. https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpaa146
Amplifying feedback loop between growth and wood anatomical characteristics of <em>Fraxinus excelsior</em> explains size-related susceptibility to ash dieback
Klesse, S., von Arx, G., Gossner, M. M., Hug, C., Rigling, A., & Queloz, V. (2021). Amplifying feedback loop between growth and wood anatomical characteristics of Fraxinus excelsior explains size-related susceptibility to ash dieback. Tree Physiology, 41(5), 683-696. https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpaa091
 

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