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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
998Anatomy of leaf succulence in the clade Portulacineae + Molluginaceae: evolutionary jumps into novel phenotypic space
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EcophysiologyOgburn, Matthew; Edwards, Erika.Portulacineae
Caryophyllales
Anatomy
succulence
Evolution
919A new approach to measure hydraulic resistance in plants
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EcophysiologyMelcher, Peter.xylem
stem hydraulics
863Comparative Ecophysiology of Invasive and Native Annuals of the San Joaquin Valley, California
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EcophysiologyConstable, John; Braganza , Conrad Fredrick.Ecophys
498Glacial conifers exhibited photosynthetic adaptation to low atmospheric CO2concentration
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EcophysiologyMedeiros, Juliana; Becklin, Katie M.; Ward, Joy K..photosynthesis
Glacial CO2
stomatal conductance
521Growth responses of the Cape sundew (Drosera capensis L.) to low, medium and high levels of calcium chloride, magnesium chloride and potassium bicarbonate
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EcophysiologyJones, James M.C.; Fredeen, Art; Massicotte, Hugues.calcium
ion responses
Drosera capensis
magnesium
potassium
889High leaf temperatures may induce elevated thermotolerance in young cotton leaves
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EcophysiologyChastain, Daryl; Hall, Trent; Brinker, Daniel; Choinski, John.
433Identification and Effects of Necrotrophic Fungal Pathogens on Indiangrass (Sorghastrum nutans)
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EcophysiologyGravatt, Dennis; Taylor, Josephine; Edwards, Jennifer; Shadow, R. Alan; Gregory, Pam; Blacksher, K; George, A; Gibson, K; Kent, P; Kopycinski, J; Kouts, S; Letney, D; Maddox, D; Park, G; Rasure, C; Schmidt, N; Zachary, J.Sorghastrum nutans
fungal pathogen
Colletotrichum
photosynthesis
Chlorophyll
453Impacts of drought on nitrogen resorption of grasses in the Intermountain West
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EcophysiologyKhasanova, Albina; Thornhill, Megan; Drenovsky, Rebecca.phylogeny
phenology
nutrient cycling
congener pairs
461Indirect effects of heat stress on roots of white oak (Quercus Alba)
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EcophysiologyLightle , Nicole Elizabeth; Heckathorn, Scott.heat stress
roots
heat wave
climate change
water relations
carbon relations
acute heat stress
water stress
410Influence of water availability on photosynthesis, water potential, and phenology in Kansas grasses
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EcophysiologyCaudle, Keri; Adler, Peter; Maricle, Brian.drought
Andropogon gerardii
Bouteloua curtipendula
Sorghastrum nutans
Schizachyrium scoparium
photosynthesis
water potential
phenology
958Palisade anatomy and photosynthesis in Viburnum (Adoxaceae)
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EcophysiologyChatelet, David; Donoghue, Michael; Sack, Lawren; Clement, Wendy; Edwards, Erika.Viburnum
Leaf
palisade parenchyma
spongy mesophyll
photosynthetic capacity
538Photosynthetic gas exchange of big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii) ecotypes across a precipitation gradient of the Great Plains
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EcophysiologyOlsen, Jacob; Goad, Rachel; Mendola, Meredith; Tetreault, Hannah; Johnson, Loretta; Baer, Sara; Maricle, Brian.photosynthesis
stomatal conductance
big bluestem
sand bluestem
ecotypes
common gardens
297Physiological responses of coastal marsh species to spilled oil
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EcophysiologyCaudle, Keri; Maricle, Brian.alcohol dehydrogenase
photosynthesis
stomatal conductance
oil tolerance
coastal marshes
278Seedling root characteristics in relation to age, life history, and nutrient supply in Helianthus
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EcophysiologyBowsher, Alan; Donovan, Lisa.fine roots
plant growth strategies
evolutionary trade-offs
882The effects of competition and nitrogen availability on acquisition, use, and storage in the first year of growth of two perennial bunchgrass species
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EcophysiologyWalker, Jeffrey T.; James, Jeremy; Drenovsky, Rebecca.resorption
nitrogen use efficiency
15N
Psuedoroegnaria spicata
Agropyron desertorum
338The long-term monitoring of persistent restored seagrass beds in urban-impacted Biscayne Bay: Urban sewage vs. causeway dredge and fill.
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EcophysiologyThorhaug, Anitra; Harlem, Peter.subtropical seagrass
persistent seagrass
urban sewage
epifauna
epiflora
Syringodium filiforme
Thalassia testudinum
224Xylem transport safety and efficiency differs among South African fynbos shrub life history types and between two sites differing in mean rainfall
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EcophysiologyPratt, Brandon; Jacobsen, Anna.chaparral
cavitation
life history
stem hydraulics
Xylem
niche

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