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Contrasting leaf trait responses of conifer and broadleaved seedlings to altered resource availability are linked to resource strategies
Zhang, Y. L., Moser, B., Li, M. H., Wohlgemuth, T., Lei, J. P., & Bachofen, C. (2020). Contrasting leaf trait responses of conifer and broadleaved seedlings to altered resource availability are linked to resource strategies. Plants, 9(5), 621 (15 pp.). https://doi.org/10.3390/plants9050621
Out of the shadows: multiple nutrient limitations drive relationships among biomass, light and plant diversity
Harpole, W. S., Sullivan, L. L., Lind, E. M., Firn, J., Adler, P. B., Borer, E. T., … Stevens, C. J. (2017). Out of the shadows: multiple nutrient limitations drive relationships among biomass, light and plant diversity. Functional Ecology, 31(9), 1839-1846. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.12967
Improvement of water and light availability after thinning at a xeric site: which matters more? A dual isotope approach
Giuggiola, A., Ogée, J., Rigling, A., Gessler, A., Bugmann, H., & Treydte, K. (2016). Improvement of water and light availability after thinning at a xeric site: which matters more? A dual isotope approach. New Phytologist, 210(1), 108-121. https://doi.org/10.1111/nph.13748
A trait-based trade-off between growth and mortality: evidence from 15 tropical tree species using size-specific relative growth rates
Philipson, C. D., Dent, D. H., O'Brien, M. J., Chamagne, J., Dzulkifli, D., Nilus, R., … Hector, A. (2014). A trait-based trade-off between growth and mortality: evidence from 15 tropical tree species using size-specific relative growth rates. Ecology and Evolution, 4(18), 3675-3688. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.1186
Light availability prevails over soil fertility and structure in the performance of asian knotweeds on riverbanks: new management perspectives
Dommanget, F., Spiegelberger, T., Cavaille, P., & Evette, A. (2013). Light availability prevails over soil fertility and structure in the performance of asian knotweeds on riverbanks: new management perspectives. Environmental Management, 52(6), 1453-1462. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00267-013-0160-3