Plant Physiology

AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY

Reproductive biology of duodichogamous Koelreuteria elegans (Sapindaceae): the rare case of a female-male-female flowering sequence  
Avalos et al. in: Australian Journal of Botany (2019), 67:2, pp 149-158

FORESTS

De novo Characterization of the Platycladus orientalis Transcriptome and Analysis of Photosynthesis-Related Genes during Aging 
Chang et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:5, Article 393

Microsite Effects on Physiological Performance of Betula ermanii at and Beyond an Alpine Treeline Site on Changbai Mountain in Northeast China
Yu et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:5, Article 400

Soil Silicon Amendment Increases Phyllostachys praecox Cold Tolerance in a Pot Experiment
Qian et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:5, Article 405

Three Main Genes in the MAPK Cascade Involved in the Chinese Jujube-Phytoplasma Interaction
Liu et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:5, Article 392

Transcriptome Analysis of a Multiple-Branches Mutant Terminal Buds in Betula platyphylla × B. pendula
Han et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:5, Article 374

NEW FORESTS

Short-day treatment affects growth, physiological parameters and needle proteome of Chinese pine (Pinus tabuliformis Carr.) seedlings
Jiang et al. in: New Forests (2019), 50:3, pp 469-488

TREE PHYSIOLOGY

A heuristic classification of woody plants based on contrasting shade and drought strategies 
Wei et al. in: Tree Physiology (2019), 39:5, pp 767-781

Close to the edge: effects of repeated severe drought on stem hydraulics and non-structural carbohydrates in European beech saplings 
Tomasella et al. in: Tree Physiology (2019), 39:5, pp 717-728

Compound leaves are associated with high hydraulic conductance and photosynthetic capacity: evidence from trees in Northeast China
Yang et al. in: Tree Physiology (2019), 39:5, pp 729-739

Contrasting controls on tree ring isotope variation for Amazon floodplain and terra firme trees 
Cintra et al. in: Tree Physiology (2019), 39:5, pp 845-860

Contrasting strategies of xylem formation between black spruce and balsam fir in Quebec, Canada 
Chen et al. in: Tree Physiology (2019), 39:5, pp 747-754

Evidence of a seasonal trade-off between growth and starch storage in declining beeches: assessment through stem radial increment, non-structural carbohydrates and intra-ring δ13C 
Michelot-Antalik in: Tree Physiology (2019), 39:5, pp 831-844

Gene duplication led to divergence of expression patterns, protein–protein interaction patterns and floral development functions of AGL6-like genes in the basal angiosperm Magnolia wufengensis (Magnoliaceae)
Ma et al. in: Tree Physiology (2019), 39:5, pp 861-876

Intraspecific differences in spring leaf phenology in relation to tree size in temperate deciduous trees
Osada, Hiura in: Tree Physiology (2019), 39:5, pp 782-791

Isotope ratio laser spectroscopy to disentangle xylem-transported from locally respired CO2 in stem CO2 efflux
Salomon et al. in: Tree Physiology (2019), 39:5, pp 819-830

Long-term acclimation to drought, salinity and temperature in the thermophilic tree Ziziphus spina-christi: revealing different tradeoffs between mesophyll and stomatal conductance 
Zait, Shtein, Schwartz in: Tree Physiology (2019), 39:5, pp 701-716

No need for pipes when the well is dry—a comment on hydraulic failure in trees  
Korner in: Tree Physiology (2019), 39:5, pp 695-700

‘Pressure fatigue’: the influence of sap pressure cycles on cavitation vulnerability in Acer negundo 
Umebayashi et al. in: Tree Physiology (2019), 39:5, pp 740-746

Short-term nitrogen dynamics are impacted by defoliation and drought in Fagus sylvatica L. branches
Chuste et al. in: Tree Physiology (2019), 39:5, pp 792-804

Size-dependent variation in leaf functional traits and nitrogen allocation trade-offs in Robinia pseudoacacia and Cornus controversa
Park et al. in: Tree Physiology (2019), 39:5, pp 755-766

Variability of stem CO2 efflux response to temperature over the diel period 
Darenova et al. in: Tree Physiology (2019), 39:5, pp 877-887

Waterlogging and soil freezing during dormancy affected root and shoot phenology and growth of Scots pine saplings 
Roitoo et al. in: Tree Physiology (2019), 39:5, pp 805-818

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