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T.L. Pons
T.L. Pons
Plant Ecophysiology, Utrecht University
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Plant physiological ecology
H Lambers, FS Chapin, TL Pons
Springer 2 (1), 11-99, 2008
76922008
Seed responses to light.
TL Pons
6532000
No growth stimulation of tropical trees by 150 years of CO2 fertilization but water-use efficiency increased
P Van Der Sleen, P Groenendijk, M Vlam, NPR Anten, A Boom, F Bongers, ...
Nature geoscience 8 (1), 24-28, 2015
4522015
A meta‐analysis of plant responses to light intensity for 70 traits ranging from molecules to whole plant performance
H Poorter, Ü Niinemets, N Ntagkas, A Siebenkäs, M Mäenpää, ...
New Phytologist 223 (3), 1073-1105, 2019
3772019
Estimating mesophyll conductance to CO2: methodology, potential errors, and recommendations
TL Pons, J Flexas, S Von Caemmerer, JR Evans, B Genty, M Ribas-Carbo, ...
Journal of Experimental Botany 60 (8), 2217-2234, 2009
3452009
Leaf respiration of snow gum in the light and dark. Interactions between temperature and irradiance
OK Atkin, JR Evans, MC Ball, H Lambers, TL Pons
Plant physiology 122 (3), 915-924, 2000
3282000
The art of growing plants for experimental purposes: a practical guide for the plant biologist
H Poorter, F Fiorani, M Stitt, U Schurr, A Finck, Y Gibon, B Usadel, ...
Functional Plant Biology 39 (11), 821-838, 2012
2692012
High thermal acclimation potential of both photosynthesis and respiration in two lowland Plantago species in contrast to an alpine congeneric
OK Atkin, I Scheurwater, TL Pons
Global Change Biology 12 (3), 500-515, 2006
2692006
Phenotypic plasticity and growth temperature: understanding interspecific variability
OK Atkin, BR Loveys, LJ Atkinson, TL Pons
Journal of experimental botany 57 (2), 267-281, 2006
2672006
The effect of tree height and light availability on photosynthetic leaf traits of four neotropical species differing in shade tolerance
T Rijkers, TL Pons, F Bongers
Functional Ecology 14 (1), 77-86, 2000
2622000
Growth temperature influences the underlying components of relative growth rate: an investigation using inherently fast‐and slow‐growing plant species
BR Loveys, I Scheurwater, TL Pons, AH Fitter, OK Atkin
Plant, cell & environment 25 (8), 975-988, 2002
2412002
Plant water relations
H Lambers, RS Oliveira, H Lambers, RS Oliveira
Plant physiological ecology, 187-263, 2019
2262019
Canopy structure and leaf nitrogen distribution in a stand of Lysimachia vulgaris L. as influenced by stand density
T Hirose, MJA Werger, TL Pons, JWA Van Rheenen
Oecologia 77, 145-150, 1988
2191988
Oxygen isotopes in tree rings are a good proxy for Amazon precipitation and El Niño-Southern Oscillation variability
RJW Brienen, G Helle, TL Pons, JL Guyot, M Gloor
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (42), 16957-16962, 2012
2172012
Breaking of seed dormancy by nitrate as a gap detection mechanism
TL PONS
Annals of Botany 63 (1), 139-143, 1989
2151989
Respiration as a percentage of daily photosynthesis in whole plants is homeostatic at moderate, but not high, growth temperatures
OK Atkin, I Scheurwater, TL Pons
New Phytologist 174 (2), 367-380, 2007
2142007
Submergence-induced morphological, anatomical, and biochemical responses in a terrestrial species affect gas diffusion resistance and photosynthetic performance
L Mommer, TL Pons, M Wolters-Arts, JH Venema, EJW Visser
Plant Physiology 139 (1), 497-508, 2005
1752005
Induction of dark dormancy in seeds: its importance for the seed bank in the soil
TL Pons
Functional ecology, 669-675, 1991
1661991
Leaf respiration in light and darkness (a comparison of slow-and fast-growing Poa species)
OK Atkin, MHM Westbeek, ML Cambridge, H Lambers, TL Pons
Plant Physiology 113 (3), 961-965, 1997
1541997
Photosynthetic rates in relation to leaf phosphorus content in pioneer versus climax tropical rainforest trees
D Raaimakers, RGA Boot, P Dijkstra, S Pot, TL Pons
Oecologia 102 (1), 120-125, 1995
1451995
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