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Comparative anatomy of leaf petioles in temperate trees and shrubs: the role of plant size, environment and phylogeny
Filartiga, A. L., Klimeš, A., Altman, J., Nobis, M. P., Crivellaro, A., Schweingruber, F., & Doležal, J. (2022). Comparative anatomy of leaf petioles in temperate trees and shrubs: the role of plant size, environment and phylogeny. Annals of Botany, 129(5), 567-582. https://doi.org/10.1093/aob/mcac014
The smaller the leaf is, the faster the leaf water loses in a temperate forest
Wang, C., He, J., Zhao, T. H., Cao, Y., Wang, G., Sun, B., … Li, M. H. (2019). The smaller the leaf is, the faster the leaf water loses in a temperate forest. Frontiers in Plant Science, 10, 58 (12 pp.). https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2019.00058
Interannual variations in needle and sapwood traits of <i>Pinus edulis </i> branches under an experimental drought
Guérin, M., Martin-Benito, D., von Arx, G., Andreu-Hayles, L., Griffin, K. L., Hamdan, R., … Gentine, P. (2018). Interannual variations in needle and sapwood traits of Pinus edulis branches under an experimental drought. Ecology and Evolution, 8(3), 1655-1672. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.3743
Tree differences in primary and secondary growth drive convergent scaling in leaf area to sapwood area across Europe
Petit, G., von Arx, G., Kiorapostolou, N., Lechthaler, S., Prendin, A. L., Anfodillo, T., … Sterck, F. (2018). Tree differences in primary and secondary growth drive convergent scaling in leaf area to sapwood area across Europe. New Phytologist, 218(4), 1383-1392. https://doi.org/10.1111/nph.15118
Using the leaf area/sapwood area (LA/SA) relationship to assess the ecological plasticity of the chestnut tree (<em>Castanea sativa </em>Mill.)
Pezzatti, G. B., Krebs, P., Gehring, E., Fedele, G., Conedera, M., Mazzoleni, S., … Giannino, F. (2010). Using the leaf area/sapwood area (LA/SA) relationship to assess the ecological plasticity of the chestnut tree (Castanea sativa Mill.). Acta Horticulturae: Vol. 866. (pp. 103-109). Presented at the 1. European Congress on Chestnut - Castanea 2009. https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.2010.866.10
Persisting soil drought reduces leaf specific conductivity in Scots pine (&lt;em&gt;Pinus sylvestris&lt;/em&gt;) and pubescent oak (&lt;em&gt;Quercus pubescens&lt;/em&gt;)
Sterck, F. J., Zweifel, R., Sass-Klaassen, U., & Chowdhury, Q. (2008). Persisting soil drought reduces leaf specific conductivity in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) and pubescent oak (Quercus pubescens). Tree Physiology, 28, 529-536. https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/28.4.529