Aspen Bibliography

Aspen Bibliography

 
As the most widespread tree species in North America, Quaking Aspen systems provide an array of natural resource products and uses. Often among the most biologically diverse systems in a given landscape, the condition of aspen forests affects the status of numerous floral and faunal associates. Concern over the health, sustainability, aesthetics, and economic value of aspen has spawned a large body of literature in both basic and applied research. The Aspen Bibliography, sponsored by the Quinney Natural Resources Research Library and housed at Merrill-Cazier Library on the Utah State University campus, provides a comprehensive and searchable database of published and unpublished aspen references. Your feedback and participation in updating this database is important to us. If there are items you are aware of related to aspen ecology that are not found in this database, please contact the Aspen Bibliography administrator at quinneylibrary@gmail.com with the citation or mail a hardcopy of the document to Aspen Bibliography - Quinney Library, 5260 Old Main Hill, Logan, UT 84322. All information is provided as is. While every effort is being made to ensure that the information provided is accurate and up-to-date, errors may occur. Also, we provide many links to external web sites. Sometimes the links provided are moved or removed creating a broken link. If you think you have discovered a broken link or an error please notify us at quinneylibrary@aggiemail.usu.edu.

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Interaction among cervids, fungi, and aspen in Northwest Wyoming, J.H. Hart, D.L. Hart, and L.G. Eskew

Where the Buffalo Roamed: or Did They?, Richard H. Hart; Great Plains Research

A Kunitz Trypsin Inhibitor Gene Family From Trembling Aspen (Populus Tremuloides Michx.): Cloning, Functional Expression, and Induction by Wounding and Herbivory, Miyoshi Haruta, Ian T. Major, Mary E. Christopher, Joseph J. Patton, and C. Peter Constable; Plant Molecular Biology

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Polyphenol Oxidase and Herbivore Defense in Trembling Aspen (Populus Tremuloides): Cdna Cloning, Expression, and Potential Substrates, Miyoshi Haruta, Jens A. Pedersen, and C. Peter Constabel; Physiologia Plantarum

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Role of vegetation and weather on fire behavior in the Canadian mixedwood boreal forest using two fire behavior prediction systems, C. Hely, M. Flannigan, Y. Bergeron, and D. McRae; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

A transcriptional roadmap to wood formation, M. Hertzberg, H. Aspeborg, J. Schrader, A. Andersson, R. Erlandsson, K. Blomqvist, R. Bhalerao, M. Uhlen, T.T. Teeri, J. Lundeberg, B. Sundberg, P. Nilsson, and G. Sandberg; Proceedings of the national academy of sciences, usa [proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. Usa]

Aspen bark pellets option for captive wild ruminants, B. Hochmuth, D. Baker, D. Lynch, and N. Irlbeck; Feedstuffs

Mule, Odocoileus hemionus, and White-tailed, O. virginianus, Deer in the Yukon, Manfred Hoefs; Canadian Field Naturalist

Modeling aspen responses to climatic warming and insect defoliation in Western Canada, Edward H. Hogg

Indications of Increasing Soil C Storage Under Elevated Co2 and O3, William E. Holmes and Donald R. Zak; Indications of Increasing Soil C Storage Under Elevated Co2 and O3

Effects of Elevated Atmospheric Co2 and O3 on Tree-Insect-Parasitoid Interactions, Kim Holton and Richard L. Lindroth; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts

Mature White Spruce Stands in the Mid-Boreal Upland Ecoregion of Saskatchewan, Sharon Margaret Hope

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The relationship between moose (Alces alces) browsing utilisation and the occurrence of different forage species in Sweden, S. Hornberg; Forest ecology and management [for. Ecol. Manage.]

Responses of Five Species of Coniferophagous Bark Beetles (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) to Angiosperm Bark Volatiles, Dezene Philip Wiebe Huber

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The GeoSail model: a simple addition to the SAIL model to describe discontinuous canopy reflectance, K.F. Huemmrich; Remote Sensing of Environment

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Utilization of byproducts from the tequila industry: part 1: agave bagasse as a raw material for animal feeding and fiberboard production, Covarrubias G. Iniguez, S.E. Lange, and R.M. Rowell; Bioresource Technology

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Growth responses of Populus tremuloides clones to interacting elevated carbon dioxide and tropospheric ozone, J.G. Isebrands, E.P. McDonald, E. Kruger, G. Hendrey, K. Percy, K. Pregitzer, J. Sober, and D.F. Karnosky; Environmental Pollution

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Potential changes in tree species richness and forest community types following climate change, L.R. Iverson and A.M. Prasad; Ecosystems

Growth response of eight hardwood species to current and past climatic variations using regression models, H. Jalivand, S.G. Jalali, M. Akbania, M. Tabari, and S.M. Hosseini; Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology

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The Probability of Moose Damage at the Stand Level in Southern Finland, Anneli Jalkanen; Silva Fennica

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Effects of Forest Management on Soil C and N Storage: Meta Analysis, Dale W. Johnson and Peter S. Curtis; Forest Ecology and Management

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Multiple Factors Affect Aspen Regeneration on the Uncompahgre Plateau, West-Central Colorado, Barry C. Johnston

Microbial activity of boreal forest soil in a cold climate, M.A. Kaehkoenen, C. Wittmann, J. Kurola, H. Ilvesniemi, and M.S. Salkinoja-Salonen; Boreal environment research [boreal environ. Res.]

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Trade-offs in seedling survival, growth, and physiology among hardwood species of contrasting successional status along a light-availability gradient, C.M. Kaelke, E.L. Kruger, and P.B. Reich; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Fire Impacts and Crowning in the Boreal Forest: Study of a Large Wildfire in Western Quebec, Victor Kafka, Sylvie Gauthier, and Yves Bergeron; International Journal of Wildland Fire

Genetic Transformation of Acacia Magium Cross Acacia Auriculiformis and Molecular Characterization of Phenylalanine Ammonia-Lyase in Quaking Aspen (Populus Tremuloides), Yu-Ying Kao

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Condition and trend of aspen communities on BLM administered lands in central Nevada with recommendations for management, C E. Kay

Evaluation of Burned Aspen Communities in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Charles E. Kay

Long-Term Aspen Exclosures in the Yellowstone Ecosystem, Charles E. Kay

Landscape-Scale Dynamics of Aspen in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, Margot W. Kaye, Kuni Suzuki, Dan Binkley, and Thomas J. Stohlgren

Wavelet Analysis of Boreal Canopy-Understory Relationships at Multiple Scales, Steven W. Kembel and Mark R.T. Dale; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts

Biology of Ascobotryozyma Americana and Identification of Other Fungi Associated With Wood-Boring Beetles in Populus and Salix, Julia Louise Kerrigan

Morphology and Development of Gametophytes and Embryo in Unisexual and Anomalous Bisexual Flowers of Quaking Aspen, Tasneem F. Khaleel; Intermountain Journal of Sciences

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Aspen Response to Prescribed Fire and Wild Ungulate Herbivory, Steve Kilpatrick and Diane Abendroth

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Supercritical CO2 pretreatment of lignocellulose enhances enzymatic cellulose hydrolysis, Kyoung Heon Kim, Juan Hong, K.H. Kim, and J. Hong; Bioresource Technology

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Chemistry and decomposition of litter from Populus tremuloides Michaux grown at elevated atmospheric CO2 and varying N availability, J.S. King, K.S. Pregitzer, D.R. Zak, M.E. Kubiske, J.A. Ashby, and W.E. Holmes; Global Change Biology

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Fine-root biomass and fluxes of soil carbon in young stands of paper birch and trembling aspen as affected by elevated atmospheric CO2 and tropospheric O3, J.S. King, K.S. Pregitzer, D.R. Zak, J. Sober, J.G. Isebrands, R.E. Dickson, G.R. Hendrey, and D.F. Karnosky; Oecologia

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Bird-habitat relationships in jack pine boreal forests, D.A. Kirk and K.A. Hobson; Forest Ecology and Management

Consequences of a Late Season Drought for Aspen Growth, Foliar Defenses and Forest Tent Caterpillar Growth During the Following Year, Karl W. Kleiner, Richard E. Dickson, and Kenneth F. Raffa; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts

Summary: Aspen Decline in the West?, Dennis H. Knight

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Wyoming Forest Health Report 1995-1998 - A Baseline Assessment, Les Koch, Paul Rogers, Michelle Frank, Dave Atkins, and Lia Spiegel

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Nitrogen Deposition and Forest Expansion in the Northern Great Plains, Martin Kochy and Scott D. Wilson; Journal of Ecology

The Regeneration status of quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides) in the Lake Tahoe Basin, California and Nevada, Dong W. Ko

Response of Forest Tent Caterpillars to Trembling Aspen Exposed to Elevated Levels of Co2 and O3, Brian J. Kopper and Richard L. Lindroth; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts

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Changes in stand composition and structure between 1981 and 1996 in four Front Range plant communities in Colorado, J.E. Korb and T.A. Ranker; Plant Ecology

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Variation in the susceptibility of the forest tent caterpillar (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae) to Bacillus thuringiensis variety kurstaki HD-1: effect of the host plant, K.C. Kouassi, F. Lorenzetti, C. Guertin, J. Cabana, and Y. Mauffette; Journal of Economic Entomology

Interactions Between Fire and Wind Disturbances in a Subalpine Forest in Northwestern Colorado, Dominik W. Kulakowski and Thomas T. Veblen; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts

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Gene Stability in Transgenic Aspen (Populus). Ii. Molecular Characterization of Variable Expression of Transgene in Wild and Hybrid Aspen, Sandeep Kumar and Matthias Fladung; Planta Berlin

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Shrub age structure in northern Minnesota aspen stands, E. Kuuseoks, J. Dong, and D. Reed; Forest Ecology and Management

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Photosynthesis and carbon allocation of six boreal tree species grown in understory and open conditions, S.M. Landhaeusser and V.J. Lieffers; Tree physiology

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A comparison of growth and physiology in Picea glauca and Populus tremuloides at different soil temperatures, S.M. Landhauser, A. DesRochers, and V.J. Lieffers; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

The effect of rejuvenation of Aspen Parkland ecoregion grass-legume pastures on botanical composition, H.A. Lardner, S.B.M. Wright, R.D.H. Cohen, P. Curry, and L. MacFarlane; Canadian Journal of Plant Science

Aspen Age Structure and Stand Conditions on Elk Winter Range in the Northern Yellowstone Ecosystem, Eric Jonathon Larsen; DAI

Aspen Overstory Recruitment in Northern Yellowstone National Park During the Last 200 Years, Eric J. Larsen and William J. Ripple

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Comparative Papermaking Properties Of Oil-Palm Empty Fruit Bunch, Kwei-Nam Ken Law and Xingfen Jiang; Tappi Journal Peer Reviewed Paper

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The effects of logs, stumps, and root throws on understory communities within 28-year-old aspen-dominated boreal forests, P. Lee and K. Sturgess; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Comparison of the understory vegetation in boreal forest types of southwest Quebec, Sonia Legare, Yves Bergeron, Alain Leduc, and David Pare; Canadian Journal of Botany

Equilibrium moisture content of wood in high temperature pressurized environments, C.A. Lenth and F.A. Kamke; Wood and Fiber Science

Is the Wide Distribution of Aspen a Result of Its Stress Tolerance?, V J. Lieffers, S M. Landhausser, and E H. Hoggin

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The Last Step of Syringyl Monolignol Biosynthesis in Angiosperms Is Regulated by a Novel Gene Encoding Sinapyl Alcohol Dehydrogenase, Laigeng Li, Xiao Fei Cheng, Jaqueline Leshkevich, Toshiaki Umezawa, Scott A. Harding, and Vincent L. Chiang; Plant Cell

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Adaptations of Quaking Aspen for Defense Against Damage by Herbivores and Related Environmental Agents, Richard L. Lindroth

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Consequences of elevated carbon dioxide and ozone for foliar chemical composition and dynamics in trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides) and paper birch (Betula papyrifera), Richard L. Lindroth, Brian J. Kopper, William F.J. Parsons, James G. Bockheim, David F. Karnosky, George R. Hendrey, Kurt S. Pregitzer, J.G. Isebrands, and Jaak Sober; Environmental Pollution

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Genotypic variation in response of quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides) to atmospheric CO2 enrichment, Richard L. Lindroth, Sherry Roth, and Erik V. Nordheim; Oecologia

Effects of elevated carbon dioxide and ozone on foliar chemical composition and dynamics in trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides) and paper birch (Betula papyrifera), R.L. Lindroth, B.J. Kopper, W.F.J. Parsons, J.G. Bockheim, J. Sober, G.R. Hendrey, K.S. Pregitzer, J.G. Isebrands, and D.F. Karnosky; Environmental Pollution

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Responses of quaking aspen (populus tremuloides) seedlings to solution calcium, Erh Yang Lu and Edward I. Sucoff; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Responses of Populus Tremuloides Seedlings to Solution Ph and Calcium, Erh Yang Lu and Edward I. Sucoff; Journal of Plant Nutrition

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Microfungus communities of white spruce and trembling aspen logs at different stages of decay in disturbed and undisturbed sites in the boreal mixedwood region of Alberta, Trevor C. Lumley, L. Dennis Gignac, and Randolph S. Currah; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Using landscape metrics to measure suitability of a forested watershed: a case study for old growth, J.E. Lundquist, L.R. Lindner, and J. Popp; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Utilization of the eastern hardwood resource by the hardwood sawmilling industry, W. Luppold, J. Baumgras, and G. Barrett; Northern Journal of Applied Forestry

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Productivity of aspen stands with and without a spruce understory in Alberta's boreal mixedwood forests, D.M. MacPherson, V.J. Lieffers, and P.V. Blenis; Forestry Chronicle

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Determination of the surface drag coefficient, L. Mahrt, D. Vickers, Jie Lun Sun, N.O. Jensen, H. Jorgensen, E. Pardyjak, H. Fernando, and J.L. Sun; Boundary Layer Meteorology

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Ice damage impacts on the health of the northern New York State forest, P.D. Manion, D.H. Griffin, and B.D. Rubin; Forestry Chronicle

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Riparian biological diversity in the Lake Tahoe basin. Final report for the California Tahoe Conservancy and the US Forest Service, P N. Manley and M D. Schlesinger

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Comparison of soil infiltration rates in burned and unburned mountainous watersheds, D.A. Martin and J.A. Moody; Hydrological Processes

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Simulating the growth response of aspen to elevated ozone: A mechanistic approach to scaling a leaf-level model of ozone effects on photosynthesis to a complex canopy architecture, M.J. Martin, G.E. Host, K.E. Lenz, and J.G. Isebrands; Environmental Pollution

Establishment of White Spruce Growth Trial in an Aspen Understory, Chris Maundrell and C Hawkins; Sustaining aspen in western landscapes: symposium proceedings, June 3-15, 2000

Quaking Aspen and the Human Experience: Dimensions, Issues, and Challenges, Stephen F. McCool

Light and Nitrogen Use Efficiencies for Temperate Hardwood Stands Exposed to Elevated CO2 and O3, Evan P. McDonald, Eric L. Kruger, and Jud G. Isebrands; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts

Establishment patterns and height growth rates of aspen and conifer species growing on the Gunnison National Forest in Western Colorado, C. McKenzie

An Evaluation of Canada's Permanent Cover Program: Habitat for Grassland Birds?, D. Glen McMaster and Stephen K. Davis; Journal of Field Ornithology

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Unravelling Cell Wall Formation in the Woody Dicot Stem, Ewa J. Mellerowicz, Marie Baucher, Bjorn Sundberg, and Wout Boerjan; Plant Molecular Biology

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Estimates of Appropriate Number of Rats: Interaction With Housing Environment, S. Mering, E. Kaliste Korhonen, and T. Nevalainen; Laboratory Animals London

Carbon distribution and above-ground net production as influenced by harvesting in a second-growth boreal mixedwood forest in Eastern Canada, I K. Morrison; J Lee, Jr.; D A. Cameron; J-D Leblanc; and M T. Dumas

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The influence of clear-cut logging and residual leave material on small mammal populations in aspen-dominated boreal mixedwoods, Richard A. Moses and Stan Boutin; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

Effects of Elevated Sucrose-Phosphate Synthase Activity on Photosynthesis, Carbohydrate Partitioning and Growth Rate in Hybrid Aspen (Populus Tremulaxp. Tremuloides), J.M. Mouillon and V. Hurry; Photosynthesis Research

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Light occlusion at forest edges: an analysis of tree architectural characteristics, C. Mourelle, M. Kellman, and L. Kwon; Forest Ecology and Management

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Food processing by animals: do beavers leach tree bark to improve palatability?, D Muller-Schwarze, H Brashear, R Kinnel, K A. Hintz, A Lioubomirov, and C Skibo; Journal of Chemical Ecology

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Post-glacial vegetation migration in conterminous Montreal Lowlands, southern Quebec, S D. Muller and P J.H. Richard; Journal of Biogeography

Effects of Harvesting on Aspen-Dominated Stands, Samantha Murray; MAI

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Excretion of Two Proteases by the Ectomycorrhizal Fungus Amanita Muscaria, U. Nehls, A. Bock, W. Einig, and R. Hampp; Plant, Cell and Environment

Carbohydrate metabolism in ectomycorrhizas: gene expression, monosaccharide transport and metabolic control, U. Nehls, S. Mikolajewski, E. Magel, and R. Hampp; New phytol

The Effects of Nitrogen Deposition on Mycorrhizae and Soil Food Webs in a Clear-Cut Dominated by Populus Tremuloides, John Murry Neville; DAI

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Polyurethane resins-treated wood pallets which are decontaminable of chemical warfare agents, D.D. Nicholas; M.G. Kim; C.U. Pittman, Jr.; T.P. Schultz; L.L. Ingram, Jr.; F.R.A. Kabir; L. Wasson; L. Wang; and M. Ivankoe; Journal of Wood Chemistry and Technology

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Herbivory-mediated responses of selected boreal forests to climatic change, P. Niemela; F.S. Chapin, III; K. Danell; and J.P. Bryant; Climatic Change

The Effects of Interacting Carbon Dioxide and Ozone on the Carbon Balance of Aspen (Populus Tremuloides Michx.) Grown in an Open-Air Carbon Dioxide and Ozone Enrichment System, Asko Noormets; DAI

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The Effect of Elevated Carbon Dioxide and Ozone on Leaf- and Branch-Level Photosynthesis and Potential Plant-Level Carbon Gain in Aspen, Asko Noormets, Evan P. McDonald, Richard E. Dickson, Eric L. Kruger, Anu Sober, J.G. Isebrands, and David F. Karnosky; Trees Berlin

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Stomatal and Non-Stomatal Limitation to Photosynthesis in Two Trembling Aspen (Populus Tremuloides Michx.) Clones Exposed to Elevated Co2 and/or O3, A. Noormets, A. Sober, E.J. Pell, R.E. Dickson, G.K. Podila, J. Sober, J.G. Isebrands, and D.F. Karnosky; Plant Cell and Environment

The Plasma Membrane Strength of the Root-Tip Cells and Root Phenolic Compounds Are Correlated With Al Tolerance in Several Common Woody Plants, Manu Paul Ofei, Tadao Wagatsuma, Satoru Ishikawa, and Keitaro Tawaraya; Soil Science and Plant Nutrition

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Impacts of elevated CO2 and/or O3 on leaf ultrastructure of aspen (Populus tremuloides) and birch (Betula papyrifera) in the Aspen FACE experiment, E. Oksanen, J. Sober, and D.F. Karnosky; Environmental Pollution

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Genotypic variation in growth and physiological responses of finnish hybrid aspen (Populus tremuloides x P. tremula) to elevated tropospheric ozone concentration, E. Oksansen, G. Amores, H. Kokko, J.M. Santamaria, and L. Karenlampi; Tree Physiology