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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
187An Unusual Succulent in Southern Appalachian Forests: How Stonecrop (Sedum ternatum) Upsets the Paradigm of Thin Leaves for Understory Shade-Tolerant Species
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EcophysiologyCole, Catherine; Neufeld, Howard.Understory
Succulent
S. ternatum
Appalachian
269Climate Change from Blue Carbon in SE Asia from seagrass, mangroves
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EcophysiologyThorhaug, Anitra; Gallagher, John Barry; Schwarz, Arthur; Yap, Michael; kiswara, wawan; Berlyn, Graeme; Prathep, Anchana; Huang, Xiaoping; Dorward, Susan.Blue carbon seagrass
Blue carbon Mangroves
Southeast Asian seagrass carbon
Southeast Asian Mangrove carbon
Carbon hotspot
322Comparative ecophysiology of two southern Appalachian conifers: the importance of winter
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EcophysiologyJordan, Rachel; Sink, Zane; Neufeld, Howard.climate change
Winter
ecophysiology
Freeze-thaw cycles
Midwinter thaw
Conifers
Spruce-fir forest
Warming
1034Drivers of Cushion Plant Morphology in Solanaceae
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EcophysiologyAllende, Luis M.; Smith, Stacey.
402Effects of nitrogen fertilizer on salt-stressed milo (Sorghum bicolor)
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EcophysiologySmith, Nathan; Tooley, Greg; Maricle, Brian.salt tolerance
salinity
photosynthesis
stomatal conductance
744Effects of sulfide, ethanol, and lactic acid on cytochrome c oxidase and citrate synthase activities in plant roots
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EcophysiologyElliott, Jorja; Quispe, Naomi; Maricle, Brian.metabolic toxin
respiration enzyme
inhibition constant
445Evolution and plasticity of flowering time in response to historic California drought
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EcophysiologyGujral, Anjum; Rosengreen, Lars; Lambrecht, Susan.drought
Flowering time
evolution
Plasticity 
524Examining the Evolution of Plant Growth Rate in Relation to Environmental Characteristics
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EcophysiologyWaugh, Dannielle; Mason, Chase.Growth rate
evolution
Environmental Characteristics
750Going for broke: carbon and water relations of germinant conifer seedlings exposed to drought
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EcophysiologyAugustine, Steven; McCulloh, Kate.
544High-resolution computed tomography reveals dynamics of desiccation and rehydration in a desiccation-tolerant fern
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EcophysiologyHolmlund, Helen; Pratt, Brandon; Jacobsen, Anna; Davis, Stephen; Pittermann, Jarmila.desiccation tolerance
embolism repair
MicroCT
Pentagramma triangularis
resurrection fern
xylary chloroplasts
xylem refilling
endodermis
841Integrated adaptations to moisture supply and whole-plant growth in ten Eucalyptus species dominating different portions of a climatic moisture gradient in Victoria, Australia
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EcophysiologyGivnish, Thomas; Smith, Duncan D; Salvi, Amanda; Buckley, Thomas N; Adams, Mark A; McCulloh, Kate.photosynthesis
Leaf hydraulics
multiple common gardens
Plasticity
adaptation
ecophysiology
ecological distributions
209Investigating Potential Impacts of Polyploidy on the Ecophysiological Responses of Solidago altissima to Climate Change
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EcophysiologyKrogmeier, Katie; Neufeld, Howard; Pauer, Erica.Solidago altissima
polyploidy
climate change
gas exchange
942Leaf and wood xylem traits along an extreme heat to frost tolerance spectrum in Fremont cottonwood
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EcophysiologyKoepke, Dan; Blasini, Davis; Grady, Kevin; Hultine, Kevin.Populus fremontii
xylem
local adaptation
hydraulic conductance
587Light stress and cold effects on Arabidopsis ecotypes from diverse elevational and climactic origins
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EcophysiologyTsegaw, Asnake; Lorts, Claire; Lasky, Jesse.Elevation
Abiotic Stress
Antioxidant
517Mechanisms of legume dominance along tropical dry forest succession
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EcophysiologyLópez Castro, Guillermo de Jesús; Yepez-Gonzalez, Enrico Arturo; Álvarez Yépiz, Juan Carlos.functional traits
Leguminous trees
Light curves
Resource-use efficiency
Tropical dry forest
Water potential
747Mesophyll photosynthetic sensitivity to leaf water potential increases in Eucalyptus species native to moister Australian climates: a new dimension of plant adaptation to drought
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EcophysiologySalvi, Amanda; Smith, Duncan D; McCulloh, Kate; Givnish, Thomas.drought
vulnerability
A-ci curve
228Minimum leaf conductance; a neglected plant trait in plant water balance
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EcophysiologyVergara, Alex; Willing, Claire; Cruz, Roxy; Dawson, Todd.
579Phylogeny and Eco-physiology of the Net-veined Vanilloid Orchids
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EcophysiologyCameron, Kenneth; Giraldo, Giovanny.Orchidaceae
evolution
ecophysiology
phylogenomics
247Physiology and growth of little bluestem (Schizachyrium scoparium) on abandoned coal mine waste
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EcophysiologyElkin, Lucy; Kilgore, Jason.Schizachyrium scoparium
Physiology
coal mining
reclamation
revegetation
104Quantitative and Qualitative assement of Microbial presence during Phytoremediation of Heavy Metal Polluted Soil using Chromolaena odorata
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EcophysiologyOmoregie, Gloria; Ikhajiagbe, Beckley; ANOLIEFO, Geoffery.Chromolaena odorata
 Heavy Metal
Phytoremediation
Pollution
Microbes
907Rethinking metal hyperaccumulation and metal tolerance as evolutionarily and physiologically distinct traits: a comparison with salt tolerance and uptake in wild sunflowers (Helianthus)
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EcophysiologyGoolsby, Eric; Mason, Chase.metal hyperaccumulation
salt tolerance
phylogenetic comparative methods
Helianthus
sunflowers
108Scarification And Temperature: Solution To Prolonged Seed Germination Of Raphia Spp From Nigeria
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EcophysiologyAgbanelo, Chineze Agatha; Okpara, Gloria C.; Ude, Bartholomew.Scarification
Germination
Temperature
268Seagrass Restoration after small vessel propeller scars: improved techniques
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EcophysiologyThorhaug, Anitra; Wanless, Harold; Schwarz, Arthur.Seagrasses sediment
Seagrass destruction
Sediment stabilization
Sediment baffle
Seagrass restoration
Sediment tubes
155Structure and function of cocoa agroforestry systems in Mexico: relation of functional traits with trees production
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EcophysiologyCocoletzi, Eliezer; Hipólito, Enrique; Ricaño, Jorge; Ramos, José María.Photosynthetically active radiation
vapour pressure deficit
specific leaf area
Stomata
clonal varieties
641Succulents don’t like it that dry: Climatic niche evolution within the Core Caryophyllales reveals no trend of succulent lineages towards the driest and hottest conditions
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EcophysiologyCruz, Marilyn Vásquez; Loera, Israel; NAKAMURA, MIGUEL; DEL ANGEL, MELINA N; HERNANDEZ-HERNANDEZ, TANIA.CAM photosynthesis
Succulent
Caryophyllales
534The Effect of Life History Strategies on Stomatal Characteristics Using Herbarium Specimens From Guadalupe Mountains National Park
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EcophysiologyBailey, Zachary; Johnson, Matthew.herbarium
herbaria
density
Stomata
gas exchange
climate change
leaf impression
nail polish
Guadalupe Mountains
National Park
T. L. Burgess
D. K. Northington
stomatal area
life history
development
994Thermal Properties of Hohokam Rock-Piles Boost Agave Photosynthesis: Assessment of Agave murpheyi and Agave americana in Rock-Piles
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EcophysiologyOrtiz, Hector; Stewart, J. Ryan; Park, Pilman; Hadfield, Robert; Squire, Madison.Agave
gas exchange
photosynthesis
rock-piles
528Total glucosinolate concentrations in vegetative tissues of gypsum endemic Brassicaceae vary across edaphic conditions and genera
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EcophysiologyTuominen, L.K.; Reicholf, Rebecca; Morcio, Megan; Quinones, Arika; Litwinowicz, Zachary; Peloso, Lucy; Moore, Michael; Palacio, Sara; Drenovsky, Rebecca.gypsum
glucosinolates
specialized metabolism
Brassicaceae
Edaphic evolution
sulfur
752Using functional traits to understand adaptation and speciation in tropical understory herbs
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EcophysiologyÁvila-Lovera, Eleinis; Goldsmith, Gregory R; Kay, Kathleen M; Funk, Jennifer L.ecophysiology
stem density
stomatal conductance
aboveground
belowground
1022Variation In Vegetative Desiccation Tolerance In Independently-evolved Desert Species Of tetradesmus
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EcophysiologyTerlova, Elizaveta; Holzinger, Andreas; Lewis, Louise.desiccation tolerance
Chlorophyta
476Whole-tree water relations are correlated with exposure to Frost and/or heat waves in a dominant riparian tree species: Populus fremontii
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EcophysiologyBlasini, Davis; Koepke, Dan F.; Grady, Kevin C; Bush, Susan E ; Hultine, Kevin R.functional traits
Sap Flux
Leaf Thermoregulation
Populus Fremontii

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