Forest Plant Physiology

FOREST SCIENCE

Changes in Physiological Functioning in Loblolly Pine Trees Undergoing Bark Beetle Simulated Mortality
Hornslein, Siegert, Renninger in: Forest Science (2019), 65:3, pp 312-323

Timing of Nitrogen Resorption-Related Processes during Fall Senescence in Southern Oak Species
Sample, Babst in: Forest Science (2019), 65:3, pp 245-249

FORESTS

Physiological and Growth Responses to Increasing Drought of an Endangered Tree Species in Southwest China
Zheng et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:6, Article 514

Primary and Secondary Branch Growth in Black Spruce and Balsam Fir after Careful Logging around Small Merchantable Stems (CLASS) 
Lemay, Krause, Achim in: Forests (2019), 10:6, Article 500

TREE PHYSIOLOGY

BpAP1 directly regulates BpDEF to promote male inflorescence formation in Betula platyphylla × B. pendula  
Wang et al. in: Tree Physiology (2019), 39:6, pp 1046-1060

Contributions of day length, temperature and individual variability on the rate and timing of leaf senescence in the common lilac Syringa vulgaris  
Aikio et al. in: Tree Physiology (2019), 39:6, pp 961-970

Late growing season carbon subsidy in native gymnosperms in a northern temperate forest  
Li et al. in: Tree Physiology (2019), 39:6, pp 971-982

Magnetic resonance imaging suggests functional role of previous year vessels and fibres in ring-porous sap flow resumption  
Copini et al. in: Tree Physiology (2019), 39:6, pp 1009-1018

Multi-species test and calibration of an improved transient thermal dissipation system of sap flow measurement with a single probe  
Nhean et al. in: Tree Physiology (2019), 39:6, pp 1061-1070

The influence of spectral composition on spring and autumn phenology in trees  
Brelsford et al. in: Tree Physiology (2019), 39:6, pp 925-950

Tree-ring isotopes suggest atmospheric drying limits temperature–growth responses of treeline bristlecone pine  
de Boer et al. in: Tree Physiology (2019), 39:6, pp 983-999

Vertical variation in wood CO2 efflux is not uniformly related to height: measurement across various species and sizes of Bornean tropical rainforest trees 
Katayama et al. in: Tree Physiology (2019), 39:6, pp 1000-1008

Whole-plant frost hardiness of mycorrhizal (Hebeloma sp. or Suillus luteus) and non-mycorrhizal Scots pine seedlings
Korhonen et al. in: Tree Physiology (2019), 39:6, pp 951-960

TREES – STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION

Interactive effects of drought and shading on Torreya grandis seedlings: physiological and growth responses
Lin et al. in: Trees – Structure and Function (2019), 33:3, pp 951-961

Trends in tree growth and intrinsic water-use efficiency in the tropics under elevated CO2 and climate change 
Rahman et al. in: Trees – Structure and Function (2019), 33:3, pp 623-640

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