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  1. Defining the optimal regeneration niche for Pinus pinea L. through physiology-based models for seedling survival and carbon assimilation

    Calama, R., Puertolas Simon, J., Manso, R. & Pardos, M., 12/2015, In: Trees. 29, 6, p. 1761-1771 11 p.

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  2. Physiological advantages of C4 grasses in the field: a comparative experiment demonstrating the importance of drought

    Taylor, S. H., Ripley, B. S., Martin, T., De-Wet, L. A., Woodward, F. I. & Osborne, C. P., 2014, In: Global Change Biology. 20, 6, p. 1992-2003 12 p.

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  3. Drought limitation of photosynthesis differs between C3 and C4 grass species in a comparative experiment

    Taylor, S. H., Ripley, B. S., Woodward, F. I. & Osborne, C. P., 01/2011, In: Plant, Cell and Environment. 34, 1, p. 65-75 11 p.

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  4. Why do large, nitrogen rich seedlings better resist stressful transplanting conditions? A physiological analysis in two functionally contrasting Mediterranean forest species

    Cuesta, B., Villar-Salvador, P., Puertolas Simon, J., Jacobs, D. F. & Rey Benayas, J. M., 15/06/2010, In: Forest Ecology and Management. 260, 1, p. 71-78 8 p.

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  5. Does abscisic acid play a stress physiological role in maize plants growing in heavily compacted soil ?

    Hartung, W., Zhang, J. H. & Davies, W. J., 1994, In: Journal of Experimental Botany. 45, 2, p. 221-226 6 p.

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